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HISTORY OF SPACE EXPLORATION

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Ethan Gaubert

on 1 December 2016

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Transcript of HISTORY OF SPACE EXPLORATION

Primitive Beginnings
Nazi German Rocket Projects
1942
V2 Rockets
First Pictures of Earth by USA
1946
First Animals in Space
1947
The Space Race
USA vs USSR
1955-1972
Sputnik
Laika
First far side moon photographs
First Orbital Observatory
The 1960's
First human spaceflight, 1961
First Mars flyby, 1965
Soft landing on Moon, 1966
First human on the Moon, 1969
Exploring Our Universe in the 1970's
First Lunar Rover, 1970
First soft landing on another planet, 1970
Venus
Mariner 9 orbits Mars
First orbit of Venus
Closest Solar Flyby
Samples and Photos of Mars
1976
First Saturn Flyby
HISTORY AND FUTURE OF SPACE EXPLORATION
1981-Present
First Reusable manned spacecraft
First infrared orbital observatory
First Uranus & Neptune flybys
First orbit of Jupiter
First comet samples returned
First man-made probe into interstellar space
Time Travel?
Alternate Universes?
String Theory
Wormholes
Dark Matter, Dark Energy
Black Holes
Warp Speed
Fiction into Reality!
Mining Asteroids
Growing food on the Moon
3D Printers
Faster-than-light travel
Task

- Complete the foldable on page 731 (Seasons).
- Complete the foldable on page 817 (star cycle).
- Start/Complete study guide. (50 points)
BELLWORK
Take a seat and take out your study guide and prepare for an epic academic battle of the mind versus science.
Objectives:

Know the origin of rockets
Research and construct a functioning rocket
Launch and record data of rocket launch
Analyze data
History of Rockets
Rockets originated in China with the discovery of blackpowder.
What do you think we call these rockets today?
Write This In Notes
Think About This
Copy This Down
Science
You
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