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The Big Bang Theory: A Study on the Controversial Explanation for the Start of the Universe
The Big Bang Theory The origin of the universe is a widely debated topic still baffling scientists today. The most promising yet controversial explanation for the start of the universe as we know it is known as the Big Bang theory. Peoples' constant wondering caused so many questions to arise. Scientist can only think of o...
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The Importance of Science from Everyday Life to Space Missions
The One Thing You Can’t You Live Without and You May Not Even Realize You Lived With Science. One word that everyone knows, but yet no one really quite understands its exact definition. Science is absolutely everywhere and there’s no way of denying it. The smallest aspects of life completely revolved around science, and e...
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A Comparison of the Attitudes of Yvette Yergon and Dr Peter Laikis on Space Exploration
The group known as Kolumbus21 is urging governments to contribute more resources and time into the research of space exploration across the 21st century. Author of the opinion piece “Exploring Our Dreams”, Yvette Yergon expresses an emphatic tone towards the importance of the growth in technology through exploring space. In...
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The Process of Birth and Life of Stars
The Birth and Life of Stars A star is born from the interstellar gas and dust clouds along the
outskirts of the galaxy. In order to create a new star, a cloud must be
compressed in order to strengthen the effect of gravity so that the cloud
material can contract and break into smaller units that ultimately collapse
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The Trials and Tribulations of the Men in Apollo 13
Traits of Survival The men of Apollo 13 were faced with immense trials and tribulations in space. They surely would have died without the total cooperation of the teams at home, and those in space. A few key qualities that are possessed by these members are what gives them the edge in survival. Before the mission even b...
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The Economic, Health, and International Agreement Issues of Space Exploration
In our human history, many explorations have taken place. One of the most recent exploration that took place is the space exploration itself. Like all explorations, it is very important to recognize the conflicts that many will face. It is very useful for one to plan out his/her decisions when he/she is to go on a trip. Som...
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The Factors to Consider in the Space Exploration Project
Space exploration is a big step to take. Exploring something that seems to have no boundaries is exciting, but at the same time frightening. If the government is planning to launch a rocket off its post, they must take into consideration whether it is ethical, if it’ll benefit society, and if they even have the financial s...
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A Discussion on Space Exploration - Is It Profitable or Not?
Space exploration has been, throughout the years, an exciting subject to work with in our society. We human beings have been using millions of dollars on projects to shoot manned rockets into space so that we can observe the unknown universe. However, there are issues that conflict the people on whether space exploration is...
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A Report on Observations of NGC-7342 and M67 Clusters Made by the University of Maryland Observatory
Abstract     With observations taken of NGC-7243 at the University of Maryland Observatory, along with past observations of M67, this team produced Color Magnitude Diagrams of each open cluster by isolating each star within the cluster through aperture photometry. These diagrams were then examined so that the fundamental p...
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An Examination of Three Papers Inspecting the Surface and Volcanism of Io
Abstract In this report, three different papers that inspect the surface and volcanism of Io will be studied, each one expanding on the previous in order to build up a more complete picture of the composition and internal dynamics of the moon. The papers examine surface processes, global patterns, and the particulars of Io...
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