Samples "Space" (Page 2)


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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