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Space Race The United States has always had a remarkable space exploration project We have evolved from one-man space rockets to seven man space shuttles space planes We have also made many important discoveries and have established a lot of research in space exploration The US is the leading space exploration nation in the world We have had many important flies in space whether it is with the one-manned rockets or the many manned shuttles that have significantly changed our perspectives The first space exploration mission was January 31 1958 The satellite was Explorer 1 and it discovered the Earths radiation belt The first man-operated rocket was launched February 20 1962 It contained John Glenn and orbited the Earth three times This flight showed that a human could be shot into space and come back intact These are early important flies in the USs history Some of the most important explorations came with the Apollo rockets Apollo 8 made an astonishing 10 orbits around the moon this was the first rocket to ever do that The most memorable Apollo moment was when Apollo 11 headed for the moon The rocket carried Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin Jr and was sent to be the first rocket to land on the moon and allow the astronauts walk on the moon Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon and he placed the US flag atop the moon Along with the space exploration came new discoveries One major discovery was the invention of the space shuttle The space shuttle allowed many crew men to be launched into space at a single time It is like a space plane and makes plane like landings on a runway instead of landing in the ocean It has helped our space exploration in the US dramatically The first space shuttle mission was launched on April 12 1981 The shuttle was called Columbia and
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