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Introduction Since the beginning of time people have thought about going to the moon or going to other planets In the old days traveling in space was just science fiction that was just found on TV shows or the movies but now it is reality Most of the space technology that was made had to evolve during time so it can get better it had to learn from its mistakes Right now over 100 space probes have been sent into space and they keep sending more and more up in space because the old ones break so they have to send new ones to take their place THE BEGINNING OF A DREAM In the beginning people thought that the earth was the center of everything and everything revolved around this planet this was around the 2nd century AD It was in the 16th century that a man named Nicolaus Copernicus began a theory that the sun was the center and the planets revolved around it People believed that the earth was the center for 14 centuries In one year the thing they believed was found to be false WHERE IT ALL BEGAN The beginning of space technology began with rockets One of the earliest rockets or the ancestors of modern rockets were made in China it was around 1232 AD most of the rockets were made for experimental and war purposes The experimental rockets were made to see how high they would reach into the atmosphere the other rockets were made into deadly weapons in war As the years went by the experimental rockets were pushed to their limits and tried to reach higher heights but most of them would blow up or become unsuccessful AS TIME GOES BY Soon scientist started to study harder the physics of rockets what makes them tick so they could further perfect rockets this happened during the 20th century One Russian man named Konstanin Tsiolkovsky became fascinated in space
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