Samples "Space"


The Societal Impact of the Space Program

In 1961 an expansion of the space program started, one that could be described as nothing less than dramatic, committing to the goal of putting a man on the moon by the end of the decade (Space Program, 2014). The positive effects of the space program have been astounding, with...

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The Future of Space Travel

Ever since man has first stepped on the Moon, or even before that, the human race has dreamt of space travel. Humans’ fascination for the mysterious outer space has remained unchanged despite the advancement of technology which allowed us to unveil some of its mysteries. Even though time travel remains...

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The Billionaire Space Race

We are experiencing another Space Race nearly 50 years after the first to the moon. However, this space race isn’t fought by nations, and the final destination is not the lunar surface. This time, the competitors are billionaire masterminds right here in here U.S racing to be the first to...

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Space Race

Getting into space was important for both countries since it was a competition between the US and the USSR where capitalism and communism prevailed respectively. Both countries were the superpowers that wanted to outcompete each other, being acrimonious. Accordingly, the reasons for space travel were linked not only to the...

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Space Center Houston

For visitors to Houston, Space Center Houston offers an excellent source of entertainment. There are a wide range of attractions for people to enjoy, ranging from historic displays to live shows to delicious dining. Because there are so many options available for exploration, Space Center Houston is extremely popular. Among...

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NASA Space Exploration

The United States Government conceived the NASA space program in 1958 to pioneer the future in the exploration of space, scientific discovery as well as aeronautic research. The Agency has undertaken several missions to date, some of which were manned while others were unmanned. For instance, NASA has launched at...

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Federal Aviation Administration Program

Introduction The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) program has been in charge of controlling the policies that pertain to the traffic control system for ten years thus far. In turn, the industry has managed to reduce the negative effects experienced in air transportation (Salas & Maurino, 2010). Despite this, there are...

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Explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger

In his speech, President Reagan aims to instill admiration in the American people. He strives to ensure that the people think of the Challenger deaths as a celebration of their lives. This is especially evident in the statement ‘…We’ve grown used to the idea of space, and perhaps we forget...

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De-Icing and Anti-Icing Technologies

Introduction The growth of aviation prompts the need for all-weather solutions. One such weather-related problem is the icing of aircraft leading to dangerous consequences. Supercooled water droplets strike the leading edge of aircrafts as they soar through the clouds, this results in those very water droplets freezing and creating ice...

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The Birth of NASA

The purpose of this paper is to respond to the following prompt: What do you believe was the most important aviation event from 1930-1965? For this I have chosen the creation of NASA. “NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA was started in 1958 as a part of...

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The process of allocating limited funds to a variety of deserving scientific programs is difficult and controversial. The most recent U.S. budget (fiscal year 2016) prioritized NASA's space science agenda and NOAA's weather forecasting focus. NOAA's de-prioritized functions include maintenance of fisheries, maritime safety, climate research, and ocean investigations. Significant...

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Dr. Ronald McNair: Astronaut

When an American both overcomes immense hardships to become an esteemed scientist and dies in service to his country, it is only right that his achievements and sacrifice be honored. Carl S. McNair, older brother to Dr. Ronald McNair, completely fulfills this obligation in In the Spirit of Ronald E....

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Visiting Endeavour Space Shuttle

I recently had the pleasure of visiting the Endeavour Space Shuttle at the California Science Center. I was very excited just like the many other visitors from small children to seniors. There was a lot of learn, and I was fascinated by this very complex NASA decommissioned orbiter which formed...

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Space Shuttle Endeavour

NASA has started using things called CubeSats to explore space. These extremely small crafts are cheap and light, offering new opportunities for space exploration. CubeSats also help NASA explore the physics of space. One advantage of CubeSats is that NASA can launch many of them. It is much more expensive...

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Airspace and Regulations

In my opinion, both hobbyists and commercial or public operators should seek authorization to operate in campus. Commercial operators should not be allowed to fly in controlled air space without restriction and authorization because there is a presence of instrument traffic in Class C airspace, with the controlled airspace dedicated...

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A 2001 Space Odyssey

For me “A 2001 Space Odyssey” is, definitely, one of the greatest movies shot. And the reason behind it is not only high quality of old movies. I strongly believe that shooting films was taken much more seriously at that time than it is nowadays. The importance of this movie...

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Are We Alone? Recent Space Projects

While there is a huge gap distancing us from the stars, it is high time someone launched a genuinely transcending project that would be brave and ambitious at a time. This proves human thrive to fly and explore the unknown. Photographing Alpha Centauri will show whether humans will ever be...

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Outer Space Treaty

At the end of the Second world war, the US and USSR entered into the cold war era. By that time, the US had a large fleet of strategic bombers placed on air bases around the world, including around the USSR. In response, the Soviet leaders decided to develop rocket...

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Aerospace Industry and Soft Technology

The purpose of this paper is to take an in depth look at the importance of soft technology to the aeronautical industry in general. This includes Terrestrial Backhaul and the Network of Aeronautical Telecommunications, and Future Aeronautical Mobile Communication Systems. Terrestrial Backhaul and the Network of Aeronautical Telecommunications One very...

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Challenger Case Study

When discussing the Challenger tragedy and what led to the events of January 28, 1986, one must recognize that the media hype played a part in determining whether or not the launch would occur. The Challenger mission was the first mission to send a teacher into space. Christa McAuliffe was...

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