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Pros to space exploration
July 8, 2022

Pros to space exploration

The United States was not built by those who waited and rested and wished to look behind them. This country was conquered by those who moved forward, and so will space. — President John F. Kennedy, 1962 In spite of the opinions of certain narrow-minded people, who would shut up the human race upon this globe, as within some magic circle which it must…

Space exploration in India
June 26, 2022

Space exploration in India

In 1947, on getting Independence from the British, the young nation decided to follow the democratic and secular path giving high importance to Science and Scientific Thinking. It was to the credit of the nation s early leaders that they encouraged eminent scientists and technologists to pursue the path of scientific discovery. This has now led the nation to…

Space exploration organizations
June 2, 2022

Space exploration organizations

Space Exploration requires public support. • Public support needs increasing for sustainable Exploration programs. • Several Space NGOs exist, their activities have little impact on public. • Non-Space NGOs have obtained major impact on the public. • Coordination of Space and Non-Space NGOs can improve the impact on the public. Space Exploration is a complex…

Space engineers exploration
February 7, 2022

Space engineers exploration

One of the bigger features that we are going to release very soon is exploration (together with “super-large worlds” and “procedural asteroids” – more details in a future blog post). We need your feedback and that’s why I am declassifying it prematurely :-) Exploration The exploration feature will add a practically infinite number of ships and stations to the…

When did space exploration began
January 20, 2022

When did space exploration began

Space exploration refers to outer space travel for the purpose of scientific research and observation. Until 1958 space exploration was considered purely a military venture, but in 1958, the United States Government launched the National Aeronautics and Space Act to regulate all activities that pertain to space exploration. The Beginning of Space Exploration…

List of space Explorations
December 21, 2021

List of space Explorations

Britannica Lists & Quizzes NASA Humans have made great strides in spaceflight and space exploration in the relatively short amount of time since such feats were first accomplished. Here we explore five of the most important and memorable moments in spaceflight history. 5First Satellite in Space NASA History Office On October 4, 1957, Sputnik 1 became…

Space exploration disadvantages
June 10, 2020

Space exploration disadvantages

Space exploration is not cheap, and developing first-of-a-kind spacecraft is too expensive for most nations to even consider. During the Apollo program, some questioned whether money spent on sending people to the moon would be better spent on education, fighting poverty and developing new medication. The space shuttle program had a total cost of $209 billion…

Design space Explorer
April 29, 2020

Design space Explorer

Design Space Explorer II (DSE) is a simple and easy-to-use design optimization utility that leverages a new exploration engine. DSE II is included with the Quartus® II software v14.1 and later. DSE II explores and reports the results of your optimization focus for a design. You can target design performance, area utilization, or power dissipation improvements…

Space exploration satellites
February 8, 2020

Space exploration satellites

Space exploration satellites are not really satellites at all; they are properly known as space probes. A satellite is defined as something that s orbiting something else, but space probes instead travel deep into the solar system. However, they are similar to orbiting satellites in design and function. On their journeys, space probes send back detailed pictures…

Chinese space exploration
January 6, 2020

Chinese space exploration

BEIJING — If the U.S.-Soviet space rivalry helped define the second half of the 20th century, China s drive to become a space superpower looks set to mark the first half of the 21st. In a mission dubbed Shenzhou-11, China launched two astronauts into orbit Monday from an isolated military launching pad in Inner Mongolia. Scientists from around the world traveled…

Space exploration Merit Badge Worksheet
August 16, 2019

Space exploration Merit Badge Worksheet

Do the following: a. Tell what radiation is. b. Describe the hazards of radiation to humans, the environment, and wildlife. Explain the difference between radiation exposure and contamination. In your explanation, discuss the nature and magnitude of radiation risks to humans from nuclear power, medical radiation (e.g., chest or dental X-ray), and background radiation…

Space exploration Timeline 2000-present
March 30, 2018

Space exploration Timeline 2000-present

Milestones in space exploration: yesterday, today and tomorrow April: A privately-financed mission is launched to Mir. May: The Shuttle crew (STS-101/2A.2a) delivers supplies, re-boosts and repairs the International Space Station. July 12: The Zvezda service module of the International Space Station reaches orbit. August: The first Progress cargo ship arrives…

Why We Should We explore space?
March 13, 2016

Why We Should We explore space?

Anyone who s found themselves beneath a spectacularly starry night sky has to wonder what s out there. That same person, though, might stare out at a dark ocean at night and ponder the very same thing. And yet the resources we ve committed to the vast, largely unexplored ocean is a mere fraction of what we ve invested in space exploration. Jacqueline Ronson…

Space exploration Telescopes
August 31, 2015

Space exploration Telescopes

The Hubble Space Telescope was designed to free astronomers of a limitation that has plagued them since the days of Galileo—Earth s atmosphere. Shifting air pockets in the atmosphere block and distort light, limiting the view from even the most powerful Earth-bound instruments. Orbital telescopes function as eyes in the sky that allow astronomers to peer farther…

Space exploration Corporation
December 8, 2016

Space exploration Corporation

Dr. Malina Hills and retired Aerospace engineer Steven Soukup at opening of the Space Exploration Gallery of the Flight Path Museum and Learning Center on Thursday, Sept. 22. (Photo: Elisa Haber) The Space Exploration Gallery, the newest exhibit at the Flight Path Museum and Learning Center and cosponsored by Aerospace, has officially opened following a ribbon-cutting…

History of space exploration Timeline
November 30, 2013

History of space exploration Timeline

“Every one of us is, in the cosmic perspective, precious. If a human disagrees with you, let him live. In a hundred billion galaxies, you will not find another.” -Carl Sagan As Sagan pointed out in his book Cosmos , space is the great unifier of all those who live on Earth. Such is the underlying mentality of the new art project . Supported by Roscosmos, the…

Achievements and problems in space exploration
July 16, 2017

Achievements and problems in space exploration

When the satellite Sputnik orbited pulled ahead in the space race. The Cold War was on, and the United States scrambled to respond in kind. It had already developed a satellite under another national program, but it became clear that a dedicated space agency was in order. President Eisenhower and Senator Lyndon B. Johnson led the drive. It took one year from…

Information on space exploration
May 7, 2017

Information on space exploration

NASA s space shuttle was unlike any other spacecraft built during the 30 years the program was in operation. Unlike the much smaller capsules of the Apollo era, which launched on the tips of rockets and splashed back into the ocean, the jetliner-size shuttle was designed to streak into space using powerful boosters and return to solid ground as a glider. The…