Ppt on history of space exploration

Literature and Databases of the Marine Sciences, IODE OceanTeacher Academy Course, Oostende, Belgium, 26-30, 2010 April Linda Pikula, NOAA.

physical processes in the ocean and atmosphere and on land using in situ and space data in numerical modes Examples World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) TOPEX/Poseidon Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS) Global Ocean Data Assimilation Experiment (GODAE) SeaWifs Jason QuikScat Aqua Terra Ocean Exploration Timeline History of Ocean Exploration- 4000 B.C. Egyptians develop sailing vessels. These were probably used only in the/


Space Exploration Past, Present, Future. Space Exploration The Big Picture Space exploration is still in infancy. Although we have learned a lot, we still.

learned a lot, we still have a lot of questions. The cost of space exploration mandates that we work together with other countries. Example: International Space Station (ISS) NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration Accomplishments: First to land someone on the moon Invented the space shuttle Developed many products for space that we now use as everyday products Example: Velcro Space Exploration History The space age began on October 4, 1957, when/


Exploring Space The Science of Rockets The Space Program Exploring Space Today Using Space Science on Earth Table of Contents.

British began using rockets against U.S. in war 1812 Russian physicist Konstantin designs first modern rocket 1900 Major advances in rocket science occur during WWII 1940’s Rocket history time line Exploring Space History of Rockets During WWII… –Germans used a rocket named the V2 Large rocket that traveled about 300 kilometers Designed by scientist, Wernher von Braun After WWII, Braun began designing rockets/


Unit 5 Lesson 3 Space Exploration and Florida Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.

affect science, and vice versa. SC.8.E.5.12 Summarize the effects of space exploration on the economy and culture of Florida. A History of Space Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company What is NASA’s history? The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA, was formed in 1958. A launch is the process of setting a rocket or spacecraft in motion. Projects for launching to the moon included/


The First Globalization Classroom Presentation Cicero © 2007 Cicero History Beyond The Textbook.

fibers and is covered in special tiles that can withstand incredibly high temperatures. The space shuttle is capable of traveling at speeds of 17,500 miles per hour! Main Menu Now & Then Cicero © 2007 History Beyond The Textbook Cicero Finding Your Way During the 1400’s, the tools available to early explorers were very basic. The Chinese had invented the compass, which uses a magnetized/


Space History - recent. 1957 Russia launched Sputnik 1 & 2

st American in space- Alan Shepard http://www.whiteeagleaerospace.com/blog/2010/05/03/the-flight-of- freedom-7/ Alan Shepard Launch 3/1965 Russia 1 st space walk http://centralastronomyclass. pbworks.com/w/page/15400 631/History%20of%20space %20programs/ the Voyager Interstellar Mission (VIM), will explore the outermost edge of the Suns domain. And beyond 1981 Columbia – 1 st Shuttle launched http://www.universetoday.co m/84384/when-was-the-first- space-shuttle-launched/ 1986 Challenger explodes http://www./


Russell History Day YOU ARE THE HISTORIAN!. What is Russell History Day? Russell History Day is the chance for you to be the historian. Every student.

need 5 sources. You’re welcome. 8) History is fun!!! There are great stories waiting to be discovered. SERIOUSLY!!! Possible Topics EASTERN HEMISPHERE Option #1 China and the Discovery of Gunpowder Gunpowder was discovered in China over a thousand/ Soviet Union were in the middle of the Cold War... and a space race. Space—and space exploration—became part of the battlefield between these two superpowers. Fueled by competition, space exploration took off. How did the space program develop in the 20 th century/


Astronomy: Past, Present, and Future The Spacefiles Exploration The History of Astronomy - YouTube The Spacefiles Exploration The History of Astronomy.

believe in. Today we find no real political or financial support for advanced space development programs anywhere in the world With the collapse of the USSR in the 1990s removed a major player from the pursuit of space exploration). Public interest has dropped and governments are not convinced of the merit of public spending on space programs. The reason for this apathy is due to technology, or rather/


Whole School Curriculum The sequence of the enquiry questions may vary, within a year group and teachers may also add/change topics to capitalise on opportunities.

Conquering RomansIn the Spotlight Light and Sound Y5Y5 Raiders!!!BrazilEureka! The Ancient Greeks Travel Agents Lost in Space Home Sweet Home Animal Habitats Islamic Art Islamic Beliefs PSHE OVERVIEW View as slide show and click on//landscapes and directions from the air. Use atlases/globes to explore the route of Amy Johnsons flights. Recreate her journey, programming Beebots on world maps. HISTORY: Create a timeline of flight: develop chronological understanding & vocabulary. Learn about aircraft (from/


Objectives Vocabulary Describe electromagnetic radiation.

on Mars in 2004. Satellites, Probes, and Space-Based Astronomy Tools of Astronomy Satellites, Probes, and Space-Based Astronomy Human Spaceflight Exploring the short term effects of space has been accomplished with the space shuttle program, which began in 1981. Since /has no active volcanoes and no significant magnetic field supports this conclusion. The Moon History of the Moon Tectonics on the Moon? History of the Moon Formation Theories The capture theory proposes that as the solar system was forming/


Ontology in Knowledge Management and Decision Support (OKMDS): Making Better Decisions Exploration by the Federal Knowledge Management Working Group, Ontolog,

is always appropriate November 8, 2007OKMDS7 Basis for the Exploration NASAs mission of "Space Exploration" applied in its most expansive form, serves as the inspiration for this series NASAs mission of "Space Exploration" applied in its most expansive form, serves as the/a complete story of that decision Each decision story will be available as case histories Each decision story will be available as case histories Relations and elements of cases will be available Relations and elements of cases will be /


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures in the Science Curriculum Joe Sambono, Education Queensland.

Year 4 Unit 1 Lesson 10 Here today gone tomorrow Exploring erosion — Uluru — Case study of erosion Science Understanding Earth and space sciences Earth’s surface changes over time as a result of natural processes and human activity. Embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures in this lesson Students will examine the impact of human activities upon erosion on and around Uluru whilst also/


Objectives Vocabulary Describe electromagnetic radiation.

on Mars in 2004. Satellites, Probes, and Space-Based Astronomy Tools of Astronomy Satellites, Probes, and Space-Based Astronomy Human Spaceflight Exploring the short term effects of space has been accomplished with the space shuttle program, which began in 1981. Since /has no active volcanoes and no significant magnetic field supports this conclusion. The Moon History of the Moon Tectonics on the Moon? History of the Moon Formation Theories The capture theory proposes that as the solar system was forming/


Recent Development in Space Cheng-I Chen Presentation at GWS August 4, 2012.

aboard the lander to search for environments suitable for microbial life on Mars, and to research the history of water there.landermicrobiallife on Mars The program was a partnership of many US and European Universities and a number of space agencies and aerospace companies Recent Mars and Asteroid Exploration NASA’s Dawn It was launched in 2007 toward Mars to get gravity assisted flyby and to/


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hints to eliminate incorrect answer choices. Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answer. Chapter Assessment 15 End of Chapter Assessment Explore online information about the topics introduced in this chapter. Click on the Connect button to launch your browser and go to the Glencoe World History Web site. At this site, you will find interactive activities, current events/


KEGS- EXPLORATION 07 SYMPOSIUM GEOPHYSICAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO NEW DISCOVERIES 1 Synthetic Model Testing and Titan-24 DC Resistivity Results at Wheeler River.

KEGS- EXPLORATION 07 SYMPOSIUM GEOPHYSICAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO NEW DISCOVERIES 2 Wheeler River Case History Survey design based on initial synthetic model testing (best approach) Comparison of several array configurations (modeling and field application) Presence of major powerline impacts geophysics (choice of methods) /n=0.5-29.5 Note: 600m (n=6) Current extensions 3.7 km Total array length 100m A-spacing 10-10k ohm-metres 0 500m 3000 ohm-m 300m - 1000m - UBC 2d Synthetic Forward Model Data 2d Reference/


Uranium Deposits Uranium is a very dense metal which can be used as an abundant source of concentrated energy. It occurs in most rocks in concentrations.

also represent a source of re-cycled U for the Athabasca Basin deposits. The Otish Mountains area of Quebec is another site of exploration for unconformity-associated U (Ruzicka, 1996a). Time and space distribution of unconformity-associated uranium districts /unconformity-associated U deposits (Kyser et al., 2000). They have documented that the histories of fluid movements in these basins lasted 100s of millions of years at high temperatures, and low-temperature fluids are still in circulation. They /


For more than 25 years, African- American astronauts have contributed to the success and science of space exploration. Let’s celebrate six men and women.

years, African- American astronauts have contributed to the success and science of space exploration. Let’s celebrate six men and women who have helped change the course of U.S. space travel. Black History First: In 1983, Bluford became the first African- American to visit outer space. Missions: Four flights into outer space—including the maiden voyage of the space shuttle Challenger Background: Bluford was born in 1942. He was/


Hørsholm International School Programme of Inquiry

Related concepts: cooperation, conflict, education, transportation, chronology, civilizations, discovery, exploration, history. CI: An exploration of past civilizations and their contributions to humankind. -How past cultures have expressed themselves - Similarities and differences/and consequences involved in decisions Unit Title: A Place for Everyone 1. Science 2. SS 1. Earth and Space 2. Human and natural environments, Resources and the environment Concepts: Function, Causation, Responsibility Related concepts: geography,/


Mars Technology Program 6/3/20151 FINDINGS OF THE Moon  Mars SCIENCE LINKAGES SCIENCE STEERING GROUP (MMSL- SSG) Chip Shearer and David Beaty (co-chairs),

accretion and differentiation. Illustrates the full crustal formational and magmatic history of a cooling planetary body. Recorded and preserved the early impact environment of the inner solar system. Interactions between a planetary surface and space are preserved in the lunar regolith. FINDING: The Moon offers a unique vantage point for certain aspects of Solar System exploration Cornerstone for Early Planetary Processes Volatile Record and Reservoirs Testbed/


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and type Term and Area Key Dates: Issuance, Effective, Expiry Tracts – Lands and Rights held Ownership Continuation History Transfer History Encumbrance History Special Projects, Wells, Units, Groupings Online Tools – PNG Titles Home Subscription Services (e-mail) Posting Maps /Use Contributes to development of policy, regulation and legislation Leases Leases A right to explore for and produce oil and gas Available from Crown Sale *** NEW*** Large Lease Postings Greater Than 1 Gas Spacing Area are Now /


Space Exploration Past, Present, Future. Space Exploration The Big Picture Space exploration is still very new. Although we have learned a lot, we still.

satellites Space probes Space stations Space shuttles Space suits Radar Computers Fuel sources Landing modules Materials that can survive heat and pressure Solar panels Biomedical equipment Telescopes And many more… Space Exploration History Humans began Space Exploration on/in space. These lessons will help NASA explore space. The Future of Space Exploration Currently, countries around the world (American, China, France, Germany, etc.) are working together to explore space! We are trying to explore greater /


Exploring Places, Exploring my World An Integrated Curriculum Unit By Pierre Doyon Natalie Knott Andrew Churchill EDEM 644 Prof. Low June 2006.

research. Multiple Intelligences What can I learn about my World by exploring places in my city from the past and the present? Verbal-Linguistic/goals Logical-Mathematical: The student:  designs methods to tally types of homes, modes of transportation and number of green spaces  forms a hypothesis, records observations, predicts and draws conclusions  /Biodome Lachine Museum and Windmill Papier Turgeon Guest Speaker McCord Museum of history Mont Royal Stewart Museum, St Helene’s Five Nations Iroquoian /


Space Exploration CJ Newman. Prompt Should American manned space exploration be pursued?

are against space exploration  Realists believe that space is unnecessary, and we should focus on our planet for protection and to protect it.  Taxpayers believe that unnecessary taxes will be put in place, and will take what little money they have, and put it towards the money they owe to the government.  Both are valid points and have been argued for decades. History of Space Travel/


Created by Mr. Hemmert. Essential Question  What role did Alabama play in the Space Race?

 Science:  ES8.2 Identifying Alabama’s contribution to the space industry  History:  15.Identify major world events that have impacted Alabama since 1950.  15.1 Recognizing Alabamians who have made significant contributions to society since 1950. (ex: Dr. Wernher von Braun) Redstone Arsenal Image from www.tennessee-valley.orgwww.tennessee-valley.org History of Redstone Arsenal  Located in Huntsville, Alabama.  During World War II/


11 CONFIGURE INTERNET EXPLORER Chapter 5. Chapter 5: Configure Internet Explorer2 CHAPTER OVERVIEW AND OBJECTIVES  Configuring Accessibility and Language.

VIEWING HISTORY (CONT.) Chapter 5: Configure Internet Explorer14 OTHER EXPLORER BAR TOOLS  Search  Favorites  Media  Folders  Search  Favorites  Media  Folders Chapter 5: Configure Internet Explorer15 SETTING CORPORATE IDENTITY FEATURES Chapter 5: Configure Internet Explorer16 SETTING CORPORATE IDENTITY FEATURES (CONT.) Chapter 5: Configure Internet Explorer17 DIGITAL CERTIFICATES  Validate identity of service provider  Validate identity of client  Encrypt data  Validate identity of service/


Applications of Radiation Candace Davison Brenden Heidrich Penn State University Michael Erdman PSU Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Mary Lou Dunzik-Gougar,

solar system after mission was performed and continue to send data RTGs in Space - History 1990: Ulysses launched to explore top and bottom of sun – Mission extended after initial successes – First mission to explore solar system outside the ‘disk’ of the planets – Can you see the RTG? RTGs in Space - History 1989: Galileo launched to explore Jupiter and her moons –Took the long-way to Jupiter; by Venus and/


Goals and Objectives of Past Spacecraft Missions The first assignment of the NASA Aerospace Scholars Program in 2011 appears below. Your assignment is.

mission.galactic and cosmic radiationsolar proton eventssecondary neutronsmanned mission Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN (MAVEN), 2014 Mission Goals: to explore Mars upper atmosphere and ionosphere, and interactions with the solar wind, to determine the loss of volatile compounds to space through time and how it has affected the history of Mars atmosphere and climate. MAVEN has four primary scientific objectives: Determine the role that loss/


Bruno, Giordano. On the Composition of Images, Signs and Ideas. 1540_1600. Trans. Charles Doria. Ed. and annotated by Dick Higgins. New York: Willis. 1991.

with scientific investiation and experimental acquisition of knowledge –Like science painting explored, rendered, and explained nature, the source of all truth –In this process it developed powers of sense and mind associated with scientific /of an immense and unexpected field of action.... With the close_up, space expands; with slow motion, movement is extended. KEY CONCEPTS: original aura cult value exhibition value dadaism Bolter, David J. Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext, and the History of/


Space Exploration Chris Hall Aerospace and Ocean Engineering Virginia Tech Chris Hall Aerospace and Ocean Engineering Virginia Tech

&Lat=36.948&Lng=- 81.085&TZ=EST Space Exploration Merit Badge Requirements –Know and describe the Purpose and History of Space Exploration –Build and Fly a Model Rocket! –Know the basic Laws of Physics –Describe the operation of the space shuttle –Discuss what has been learned about the Moon and planets –Design a Space Station Requirements –Know and describe the Purpose and History of Space Exploration –Build and Fly a Model Rocket! –Know/


Space Exploration Chris Hall Aerospace and Ocean Engineering Virginia Tech Chris Hall Aerospace and Ocean Engineering Virginia Tech

shadow 7:22 60° (N ) 913 km History of Space Exploration The heavens declare the glory of God, And the firmament showeth His handiwork... /Space Exploration Merit Badge Requirements –Know and describe the Purpose and History of Space Exploration –Build and Fly a Model Rocket! –Know the basic Laws of Physics –Describe the operation of the space shuttle –Discuss what has been learned about the Moon and planets –Design a Space Station Requirements –Know and describe the Purpose and History of Space Exploration/


August 26 -Objective: To understand the early European explorers and why they would make such dangerous voyages. -Bellwork: -Vocab. Identification Quiz.

explorer, but I never actually voyaged myself. I am most proud of the observatory I built and the school of navigation I founded. Who am I? Clicker Questions – 8 th History 4.I am famous for my quest to find the Fountain of Youth/pueblos 12. kivas 13. Iroquois League 14. free space 15. Mound Builders 16. free space September 11, 2001 – Remembering Patriot Day -Objective: To reflect on September 11 as a date of great tragedy and shaping of current American foreign policy. -Bellwork: In Memoriam: Remembering/


Space Exploration Past, Present, Future. Space Exploration Composition: What an object is made up of Solar radiation: Radiation from the sun Probes: Explores.

size of a football field Weighs 924,739 pounds. Has more livable room than a conventional six-bedroom house with 2 bathrooms, a gymnasium and a 360-degree bay window. NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration Accomplishments: First to land someone on the moon Invented the space shuttle Developed many products for space that we now use as everyday products Example: Velcro Space Exploration History The space age/


NASA and The Moon. What Does NASA Do? NASAs mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research. To.

beyond; charts the best route of discovery; and reaps the benefits of Earth and space exploration for society. Science Space Operations: provides critical enabling technologies for much of the rest of NASA through the space shuttle, the International Space Station and flight support. Space Operations: provides critical enabling technologies for much of the rest of NASA through the space shuttle, the International Space Station and flight support. Space Operations Space Operations In the early 21st century/


Women Explorers: From the Vikings to Space. What is an explorer? ►T►T►T►The famous explorers in history books were usually the leaders of expeditions.

the Vikings to Space What is an explorer? ►T►T►T►The famous explorers in history books were usually the leaders of expeditions to find new places. These expeditions usually included many other people—soldiers, sailors, cartographers, scientists, guides, cooks, and even musicians. They were explorers too. Some of them were women. The earliest adventurers from Europe to America included women Women Sometimes Led Exploring Expeditions—the Vikings/


AVIATION HISTORY Lecture 11 : Space Exploration. Space exploration is the use of astronomy and space technology to explore outer space.

AVIATION HISTORY Lecture 11 : Space Exploration Space exploration is the use of astronomy and space technology to explore outer space Space Exploration The exploration of space began, with the launch of the first artificial satellite, Sputnik 1, which the Soviets sent into orbit in 1957. Globally, 43 countries now have their own observing or communication satellites in Earth orbit. Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human in space in 1961. On July 20, 1969, Astronaut Neil/


Prion biology problem space: Mad cows, itchy sheep and protein structure.

protein structure Touring the problem space I. History and introduction to prion biology II. Idea of conformational change III. Exploring sequences of prion proteins IV. Exploring physical properties and structures of prion proteins V. Linking evolution, structure and function of prion proteins Touring the problem space I. History and introduction to prion biology II. Idea of conformational change III. Exploring sequences of prion proteins IV. Exploring physical properties and structures of prion proteins V/


LEARNING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER © 2013 University of Pittsburgh Supporting Rigorous English Language Arts Teaching and Learning Tennessee Department.

article. As I read, pay attention to what I’m doing and thinking about to address the following questions: In “A Brief History of Space Exploration,” what main ideas does the author want us to understand about space exploration? What facts and details support the author’s main ideas? How do the facts and details support the main ideas? 10 LEARNING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER © 2013/


SOUTHEAST EXPLORER BRINGING THE MUSEUM TO SOUTHEAST MISSOURI - 2004-2006 Southeast Missouri Regional Museum Southeast Missouri State University Mobile.

Grid System Documenting Measurement Layering Testing & Dating Classifying Assembling Symbolism Interpreting NASA: Spirit of Discovery Laws of Motion Gravity Experimenting Rock Cycle Menu and Packaging Satellites and GPS Solar System Space Shuttle & International Space Station Exploration Water Supply Biographies Atmosphere Robotics Missouri History Native Americans Pre-Contact NASA: Spirit of Discovery Missouri History Missouri Assessment Program Grade Level Expectations 41,514 Visitors 1,906 Presentations/


National History Day 2016 Image courtesy National History Day, nhd.org.

History Day, nhd.org Exploration, Encounter, Exchange Image courtesy National History Day, nhd.org Topic Pyramid: Narrowing Your Focus NHD Theme General Interest Broad Topic Narrow Topic Thesis 3 Parts of a Good Thesis: TOPIC THEME IMPACT Exploration Encounter/enemy” or forsaking Germany to be “American.” 3.Pesticides kill thousands of farmworkers and must be stopped. Your Turn: Exploration, Encounter & Exchange 20 th Century Space Race NASA’s First Missions Project Mercury America’s 1 st Astronauts /


Germany’s View on International Involvement in the Vision for Space Exploration Dr. Kai-Uwe Schrogl Head, Corporate Development and External Relations.

has a 40 year history of successful cooperation with the US. Success stories include projects such as: –Spacelab: Was build in Germany –Jupiter Probe Galileo –Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) –7 German Astronauts flew on the Space Shuttle International cooperation is important for DLR and the US is a key partner in the world. Germany in Space Exploration Germany has a proud history in planetary research/


Directions for Hypertext Research: Exploring the Design Space for Interactive Scholarly Communication John J. Leggett & Frank M. Shipman Department of.

new approach to scholarly communication A wide-open exploration of the design space created by new media for writing the scientific record A wide-open exploration of the design space created by new media for writing the scientific/of interaction Medium level of interaction Medium level of indirection Medium level of indirection No history No history Medium level of narrative Medium level of narrative Moderate level of media use Moderate level of media use Characteristics of communication supported by ends of/


Space Exploration. NASA-National Aeronautics and Space Administration formed in 1958.

history.nasa.gov/sputnik/gallerysput.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tb AXkWPasYw Sputnik 2 – carried the first living being into space-a dog name Laika in November http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/nmc/spacecraftDisplay.do?id=1957-002A http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pz63twfoW3c Explorer/July 20, 1969) Benefits of Space Exploration When exploring space, scientists not only learn more about space itself but also gain a large amount of knowledge by developing the missions to space ▫Cordless power tools ▫/


Lynn Garrison MSFC SBIR Program Manager NASA’s Mission To understand and protect our home planet To explore the Universe and Search for Life To Inspire.

Science Applying Earth Science Measurements Applying Earth Science Measurements Space Science:  Sun Earth Connection  Structure and Evolution of the Universe  Astronomical Search for Origins  Exploration of the Solar System  Mars Exploration Budget, Award Type and Amount SBIRSTTR 2005 Budget/ II proposals since the program’s inception NASA SBIR Selection History Small Business Innovation Research Small Business Technology Transfer NASA SBIR Recent Selections Small Business Innovation Research Small Business/


World History (3/4) Since the dawn of the space age, only 547 humans have traveled above the Earth’s atmosphere and into space. Throughout five decades.

world. But because government space agencies are not asked to help ordinary citizens to become astronauts, most of our planet’s seven billion people have had no opportunity to experience space and all of its possibilities for themselves, regardless of their passion or talents. / complete the first TWO sections of the age of exploration map  Again, complete only the first TWO sections World History (3/6)  Do Now: The year is 1519. You have agreed to go on a two year voyage of exploration, but don’t know the/


Objectives Describe electromagnetic radiation. Tools of Astronomy Explain how telescopes work. Describe space exploration. –refracting telescope –reflecting.

conducted scientific experiments on Mars in 2004. Satellites, Probes, and Space-Based Astronomy Human Spaceflight Tools of Astronomy –Exploring the short term effects of space has been accomplished with the space shuttle program, which began in 1981. –Since habitation and research/ Moon has no active volcanoes and no significant magnetic field supports this conclusion. History of the Moon Tectonics on the Moon? The Moon History of the Moon Formation Theories The Moon –The capture theory proposes that as the /


Solar System & Gravity May 6, 2013 Ms. Smith Mrs. Malone DO NOW: Date: May 6, 2013 6.11C: describe the history and future of space exploration, including.

that an astronaut must have? Solar System & Gravity May 7, 2013 Ms. Smith Mrs. Malone DO NOW: Date: May 7, 2013 6.11C: describe the history and future of space exploration, including the types of equipment and transportation needed for space travel. Do Now sheet 1.Get out your Do Now sheet 2.Put your CB on your desk 3. Q?: How do astronauts prepare for/


C.M. Rodrigue, 2016 Geography, CSULB Mars: History of Exploration IV Geography 441/541 S/16 Dr. Christine M. Rodrigue.

Climate Observer 1999 (Lockheed: English; NASA: metric)  NASA Mars Polar Lander/Deep Space 2 1999  ESA Beagle lander 2003 (actually landed, but solar arrays didnt deploy) C.M. Rodrigue, 2016 Geography, CSULB Mars: History of Mars ExplorationHistory of the Robotic Missions to Mars  Dangerous! C.M. Rodrigue, 2016 Geography, CSULB Mars: History of Mars ExplorationHistory of the Robotic Missions to Mars Spacecraft types and examples Flyby missions (Cassini-Huygens/


Illinois Space Society Dan Regan 2012 - 2013 General Meeting.

for volunteers! Still need presenters, especially for RASC-AL and two stage rocket Illinois Space Society Dan Regan 2012 - 2013 Educational Outreach 2012-2013 Space Exploration Merit Badge When: March 2 nd (1-5PM) Where: Holy Cross Elementary What: Help Boy Scouts earn this badge by presenting a history of space and building model rockets 2012-2013 Engineering Open House When: March 8-9 th How/


World History (3/4) Since the dawn of the space age, only 547 humans have traveled above the Earth’s atmosphere and into space. Throughout five decades.

world. But because government space agencies are not asked to help ordinary citizens to become astronauts, most of our planet’s seven billion people have had no opportunity to experience space and all of its possibilities for themselves, regardless of their passion or talents. / complete the first TWO sections of the age of exploration map  Again, complete only the first TWO sections World History (3/6)  Do Now: The year is 1519. You have agreed to go on a two year voyage of exploration, but don’t know the/


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