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Benefits Of Space Exploration: Technology

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SPACE TRANSPORTATION
The 4 Main Types of "spacecraft" in use
The Many Benefits of Space Research
Rockets
Space Stations
Space Probes
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Product Technologies
In conclusion...
Curiosity?
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Pioneer 5 Probe
Space hotels
To study the long-term effects of weightlessness on the human body
Manned Observatories.
www.scienceclarified.com
The space probe Mariner 10
Space systems and space - based technologies play a very important role in our lives.

Many objects and systems which were created for space application are now used daily on Earth.
Most of the products and services we use today are developed with the help of NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Product Technologies
NASA's Spinoffs
NASA has many spinoff technologies.
A spinoff is is a secondary beneficial effect or product.
I am sure all of us would have had baby food when we were babies. But did anybody know how it developed?
Our Childhood
http://spinoff.nasa.gov/spinoff1996/42.html
http://www.heinzbaby.com/
http://www.yummymummyclub.ca/
Reference: http://list25.com/25-coolest-nasa-discoveries-that-changed-your-life/
Solar Energy
Artificial Limbs
Reference: http://list25.com/25-coolest-nasa-discoveries-that-changed-your-life/
Smoke Detector
Infrared Thermometer
Scratch-Resistance Lenses
www.telegraph.co.uk
http://science.howstuffworks.com/space-station1.htm
http://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/k-4/stories/what-is-the-space-shuttle-k4.html#.VI5javnF-T8
How did Baby Food develop?
importance of algae as a recycling agent
this ingredient is known as "
Formulaid
"
it was developed for astronauts to get energy during their space travel
it turned out to be a major spinoff

How did this formula become Baby Food?
scientists found several acids in space that would help a child grow
with more research, nutrients like DHA were added to the food
then this food was available for people to use on Earth
= New discoveries?
Artificial Limbs
NASA has made inventions in robotics
they created new and better solutions for animals and human prostheses (artificial body parts)
NASA made these technologies for space robotics and extravehicular activities carried out in outer space
Artificial Limbs
They are built to carry...
Astronauts
Equipment
Satellites
Space probes.
fortunately, this product was useful on Earth since it gave people new arms and legs which worked well for them
Hitt, David. "What Is a Rocket?" NASA Educational Technology Services. Web. 15 Dec. 2014. <http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/rocketry/home/what-is-a-rocket-k4.html#.VI9iJPnF-T8>.
Artificial Limbs
they prevent friction between skin and let heat build up
another major spinoff in NASA since the outer space did not allow artificial robotics to work well
en.wikipedia.org
Long-distance Telecommunications
telecommunications devices we all use today in our daily lives to communicate with one another were made with the help of NASA
WHY has NASA contributed to inventing long-distance telecommunication?
www.universetoday.com
NASA built long-distance telecommunication devices for astronauts to use in outer space.
Why was it a major Spinoff?
"Many countries worked together to build it. They also work together to use it." -David Hitt
the network in space is extremely weak
they also had lack of equipment in space, to allow access to long-distance telecommunication devices
www.citizensinspace.org
http://www.asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/iss/canadarm2/
move supplies, equipment and astronauts
it can also perform "cosmic catches," which it basically capturing and docking an unpiloted spacecraft
Benefits on Earth
space.skyrocket.de
allows us to communicate with people all around the world
positive impact on public welfare
Satellite technology
Anik 1
Joan
why is the last slide there do u need it?
Space based technologies and systems are a very important part of our society. These devices help us with our education, they help in giving people a new life, and they also give strength to children for their future growth. As a result space research spurs technological innovation that enhances our daily lives and has benefited many people all over the world in many other ways.
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http://www.stalwarttechnologies.com/services.html
http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/4540-technology-department-communication.html
Space Shuttle Atlantis
SPACE TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY


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SPACE SHUTTLES
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The International Space station
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NASA's Saturn V rocket carried humans to the moon.
http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/rocketry/home/what-is-a-rocket-k4.html#.VJDsUfnF-T8
Newton's 3rd law
"for every action there is an
equal and opposite reaction"
Think of the rocket's as a balloon. When the speedy moving jet gases rush out from the back of the rocket,
the engine has no choice but to move forward, just like a balloon.
http://juniorpilot.tripod.com/Billsairplanewebsite/Bills_jetenginepage.html
Sources
But instead of letting out air, rocket engines let out fuel
http://www.livescience.com/34475-how-do-space-rockets-work-without-air.html
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Sources
http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_Shuttle
They Carry...
Astronauts
Satellites
Parts of the ISS
Unmanned
Travel far distances
Data collected will be sent back to Earth
Sources
http://starchild.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/StarChild/space_level1/probes.html#
Example of the uses of data collected from probes:

"to help us understand the weather and other changes which happen on planets other than the Earth. This information is important in helping to plan other space missions such as ones to Mars and to Saturn"
Example of a Probe
Sources
http://sen.com/news/spaceflight-health-issues-being-studied.html
tomwalks.deviantart.com
My Sources
http://cordis.europa.eu/news/rcn/36519_en.html
http://spinoff.nasa.gov/Spinoff2008/tech_benefits.html
http://www.nasa.gov/vision/space/livinginspace/Now_Thats_A_Long-Distance_Call.html
http://list25.com/25-coolest-nasa-discoveries-that-changed-your-life/
http://spinoff.nasa.gov/spinoff1996/42.html
http://science.howstuffworks.com/innovation/nasa-inventions/nasa-improve-baby-food1.htm
Figure 2.11
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2270183/Fine-dining-space-Astronaut-food-travels
Figure 2.18
http://credotechsolutions.com/technologies
Figure 2.15
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