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How it happened Who was involved When did it happen Why was it called a cold war
Who was involved Why they fell out When it happened What it was all about
How the American’s felt. How the Russian's felt. What it was.
Who it was When it happened What spacecraft was used Where did it launch How long it took them
20 July 1969 – Neil Armstrong landed on the moon July 1975 – The space race ends
1955 (10 years after World War 2 ends) July 1975 the cold war and the space race ends
1955 How did the cold war start? The USA & the USSR wanted to know who had the most power What Were Neil Armstrong's famous words ? This is one small step for man one giant leap for man kind
Before Shuttles _______________ All space flights were made with a single use craft _______________ Soviet Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarian 1 st human to orbit.
The cold war started after the 2 nd World War. It was an argument over who's democracy was the best. This led to the Space Race.
The Race To Space USA vs. USSR Origins of the Space Race After World War II, both the USA and the Soviet Union used captured German rocket technology.
The story so far... Man’s journeys in space The History Department.
Two Superpowers Face Off Capitalism vs Communism.
Apollo 11 The Great Race By: Cameron Trulock. The Crew Neil Armstrong Michael Collins Edwin Aldrin, Jr.
AIM: What Was the Space Race? DO NOW: If the U.S. and Russia were in a race to space, who do you think would win? Explain your answer using complete sentences.
Is There Anybody Out There? Next People in Space People such as Timothy Peake are fixing the I.S.S (International Space Station), which is a well- known.
The Sun The sun is a yellow star that has a system of planets around it. This is called a solar system. The temperature on the sun is around 5500°C! The.
When was the first space craft launched? The Space Age began on 4 th October 1957 when the USSR launched Sputnik 1, the world’s first artificial satellite.
Space Race A Look into the Space Race Between the United States and the Soviet Union.
Science Alan Shephard, Jr. was the first American, and the second man in space to sub-orbit the earth. This was on the Freedom 7 mission He was.
Knowledge Connections Definition Picture Term Vocabulary Hot SpotSpace Race.
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Early Days of the Space Program Space Technology and Early Space Missions.
Space Race! By: Regan Jake Alex Spencer. First satellite When the USSR caught wind that the United States had nuclear missiles, they decided to launch.
The Space Race The Cold War on Earth and in space. The space race between the United States and the Soviet Union a race ultimately won by the United States,
The First Man on the Moon It was 1961 when the president of the U.S.A wanted to put a man on the moon.The president of NASA said he could do it. Apollo11.
A POLLO 11 "Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.“ Neil Armstrong.
The Cold War ?????????? ? THE ?? BIG ? ?????????? ? QUESTION ? ?????????? ?????????? ?????????? ?????????? Who do you think won the Space Race?
Space exploration Done by Dorohova Polina School № 924.
Sputnik Soviet Union Satellite By Daniel Prado & Natalie Garza.
6 th Grade Astronomy. The space race began in the 1950s. The Soviet Union was the greatest rival to the United States in politics and military power.
Space Travel “To Infinity and Beyond…”. Neil Armstrong “That's one small step for man; one giant leap for mankind.” On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong left.
Race to Space In the early 1950’s the U.S.A & the C.C.C.P announced plans to sent a satellite to Space. In the early 1950’s the U.S.A & the C.C.C.P announced.
Space Race /Arms Race between U.S.A and Russia. The growth of atomic weapons between the two superpower. in 1949 the united state had dropped two atomic.
Question 1 Hill How many years are in a decade A 1 B 5 C 10 D 100.
From The Earth to The Moon From The Earth to The Moon :: A Brief History About NASA’s Apollo 11 Mission July
THE SPACE RACE. ESSENTIAL QUESTION How does the space race relate to the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union?
Manned Space Exploration From Start to Gemini. The Space Race USA & Soviet Union were allied to defeat Hitler during WWII. USA & Soviet Union were allied.
Space Race After World War II the United States and the Soviet Union became locked in a bitter Cold War of espionage and propaganda. After.
The first man on the moon By: Giles Lemmens. The Crew These were the words heard around the world on July 20, 1969 when Neil Armstrong became the first.
SPACE: THE FINAL FRONTIER. Sputnik 1 October 4, 1957 First man-made object to orbit Earth, launched by the U.S.S.R./Russia, and remains in orbit until.
AIM: How did the competition between the U.S. and Soviet Union affect the rest of the World?. Superpowers : Term given to the United States and the Soviet.
Space Race USA vs. USSR. USA vs USSR The Space Race grew out of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union, the most powerful nations.
The Space Race Space Technology and Early Space Missions.
History of Space Exploration Earth Science Mrs. Baker.
This project and its actions were made possible due to co-financing by the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals Christopher Columbus.
INTRODUCTION On July 20 th 1969, history changed that day when man landed on the moon with the commander Neil Armstrong and Module Pilot Haise Jr. taking.
Space Race Sputnik/Muttnik Sputnik 1 launched by U.S.S.R. into space in 1957 First man-made satellite in space Sputnik 2 launched later.
Neil armstrong was born august in ohio. he made a massive leap of man kind on july 20 on placed the american flag on the big white moon. died:august.
Early Space Missions Chapter 22 Section 2. Escape Velocity In order to break free of gravity, spacecraft must travel at speeds greater than 11 km/s.
Landing on the Moon (1969) Dylan Nuzzo and Brandon Bridge Period 1/2.
UNIT 9 If I Had Chance to Travel in Space LINHONG 2004/05/07.
Blast Off to Space!!! by Mrs. Masters. President Kennedy speaks to the nation about the space program. In May 1961 President John F. Kennedy committed.
By: Natalie Alexander MEN ON THE MOON. THE BEGINNING OF SPACE TRAVEL… Fifty years after the Wright Brothers invented the first propelled plane, space.
Neil Armstrong By: Tyler Knudson Childhood Neil Armstrong was born on August 5, 1930 in Wapakoneta, Ohio. As a child, Neil loved planes. He was.
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