Transcript: The space race began in 1952 in the middle of the Cold War. The Soviet Union's launch of Sputnik 1 led to the creation of NASA. People had to look though telescopes to study the stars before spaceships were invented. People used to believe in the geocentric theory that Earth was the center of the universe. Galileo's telescope proved that the geocentric theory was wrong and introduced the heliocentric theory that the Sun was the galaxy. Then spaceships proved that the Sun was not the center of the galaxy, but was only the center of our solar system. Life after the invention of the spaceships will most likely lead to colonies in space and humans on Mars. Some pros of spaceships are we can see the stars even better than before. We are also able to travel into space and to launch satellites in order to study the other planets better. For example, Jupiter, the largest planet, appears small in a telescope, not good for studying. Spaceships improved that study because satellites have now been sent to Jupiter to study it at close range. Some of the cons are spaceships take a lot of money and manpower to launch. They are extremely dangerous because an accident most likely will be fatal. The space junk made from staging rockets going up into space may crash into the earth at any moment and could hurt the people below.
Transcript: Spaceship Adventure We would have a green house on all three levels of the ship, so it can obsorb the carbon dioxide and create oxygen. the waste from the bathroom would be converted into fetilizer for the plants We would have a vent connected to the green house and it would supply the oxygen to all the other rooms of the ship. Water room is put under presure so that it flows out of a tap and into our mouth. The water is filtered out of our pee and sweat, then is dispenced back into the water supply There are solar panels lining the outside of the space ship for power Large pantry room that contains lots of boxes of dehidrated foods, and medicine Humidity from the air in the excersize room is filtered to go back into the water room By: Kendall Adams, Cora Hougard, Maddie Langenstroer, Sam DeLany
Transcript: OXYGEN HAPPINES https://www.sciencealert.com/this-farm-uses-sun-and-seawater-to-grow-vegetables-in-the-desert A conventional greenhouse uses groundwater for irrigation, gas for heating, and electricity for cooling A Sundrop greenhouse turns seawater and sunlight into energy and water. We then use sustainably sourced carbon dioxide and nutrients to maximise the growth of our crops https://psychcentral.com/lib/what-makes-us-happy/ Dipartimento of science , chemics techinology and biosystem, Università di Siena "Asked what she learned about how to cope with living and working with the same five people all the time, Heinicke said emergencies play a surprising role in helping people get along." DECISION AND PROBLEMS THANK YOU! FOOD SAFETY BIOLOGICAL METHOD GREENHOUSE FROM PLANTS ZERO WASTE LIFE HEALT=MONEY ARTIFICIAL WATER CYCLE HEALTY “No country can be strong whose people are sick and poor.” — Theodore Roosevelt FREE, ACESSIBLE AND UGUAL HEALT SYSTEM Americans who earn $50,000 per year are much happier than those who earn $10,000 per year LIFE we can’t be happy alone we can’t be happy all the time we can be happier than we are currently spaceship Hawaii Space Exploration A MIX BETWEEN SOLAR PANNEL AND RADIOSITIPE THERMOELETRICAL GENERATORS (NUCLEAR CENTRE) NO WASTE, IS IT POSSIBLE? Tommaso Pavesi WATER http://www.fao.org/neareast/programmes-and-projects/a-farmer-from-the-desert/en/ http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/08/29/491794937/mars-mission-crew-emerges-from-yearlong-simulation-in-hawaii FROM CARBON DIOXIDE NON BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES USING ULTAVIOLET LIGHT IT WILL BE USE ALSO IN PLANETS https://philmaffetone.com/a-healthy-society/ WASTE https://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-16168/i-havent-made-any-trash-in-2-years-heres-what-my-life-is-like.html MONEY AND HAPPINES capture from the environment potabilisation distribution waste water collection, waste water treatment discharge back into the environment. LEARNING ENERGY https://www.livescience.com/48125-oxygen-made-from-carbon-dioxide.html
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Transcript: Programming Methods Functions Parameters EVENTS You win after you pass the finish line (marked by a big blue slope) Alice Challenge There are no teams you are on your own! ! As the game goes on, it gets harder to dodge the trees To get your spaceship to the finish line without hitting the obstacles Problem Team Purpose Use the left and right keys to move the spaceship spaceship moves by itself just dodge! VICTORY! LETS PLAY How to Play Winter Racer for How to Play
Transcript: The discovery of gunpowder that was used for guns helped out the development of spacecrafts. - Fireworks. Is a vehicle or machine designed to fly in outer space. Spacecraft are used for a variety of purposes, including communications, earth observation, meteorology, navigation, space colonization, planetary exploration, and transportation of humans. SPACECRAFT 1959, Luna 3 probe flies past the Moon. What about the history? It is used to launch objects outer space putting them in orbit around the earth. Timeline - Important facts What is a spacecraft? 1961 , Yuri Gagarin becomes the first human in space . It is used to transport explosives and projectiles. Military use Civil use And the future? The spacecraft will move up because of the reaction of the compression that is made by gases in the engine combustion chamber. That's why the engine it's call Jet propulsion. 1969 , Neil Armstrong becomes the first person to walks on the moon. Sputnik was the first artificial satellite. It was launched into an elliptical low Earth orbit by Russia on 4 October 1957. "It marked the start of the SPACE AGE..." How does it works? The spacecraft will be having some improvements in the following years. And also, engines need a revolutionary change. 1958, United States launches its first satellite. Parts
Transcript: Spaceship Presented by PERSON for COMPANY Lyrics Lyrics By Kesha, Andrew Pearson, and Pebe Serbert I always said when I’m gone, when I’m dead Don’t lay me down with the dirt on my head You won’t need a shovel, you don’t need a cold headstone You don’t need to cry, I’m gon’ be going home I’m waiting for my spaceship to come back for me It’s coming back for me I don’t really care if you believe it’s coming back for me, yeah Living in a lonesome galaxy But in my dreams, I see them come ‘n rescue me Look up in the sky and there they’ll be I bet you’ll think of me then You’re gonna say, “Ooh, look at that, oh yeah yeah” Damn, if it ain’t true They’re coming back for me, they’re coming back for me, yeah I knew from the start I don’t belong in these par... I knew from the start I don’t belong in these parts There’s too much hate, there’s too much hurt for this heart Lord knows this planet feels like a hopeless place Thank God I’m going back home to outer space As I leave this earth and sail into the infinite cosmic universe, the wars, the triumphs, the beauty, and the bloodshed, the ocean of human endeavor, it all goes quiet, insignificant. I’m nothing more than recycled stardust and borrowed energy, born from a rock, spinning in the aether. I watch my life backwards and forwards and I feel free. Nothing is real, love is everything, and I know nothing. Interpretation Interpretation This is a song and therefore a ballad but I think it's also a pastoral song. I feel that it's a description of her spiritual beliefs and an explaination of how she veiws the nature of the world and the afterlife. Her view of the world is inherently nihilistic but optimistically so. "This planet feels like a hopeless place" "Love is everything" Content Content I think that the titular spaceship is a symbol that represents the 'vehicle' of reincarnation Throughout the song the imagery is oddly static because she's stuck here on Earth. It's only when she "leaves" in the last prose paragraph that it gets a little more kinetic. Form Form There is definite form to the two verses, they are both quatrains with aabb rhyming scheme, they are closed form The chorus is a jumble of lines that mostly have the same rhyme but don't always, I feel that that makes them open form The prose passage is just that, prose, it doesn't have any form Conclusion Conclusion As a non religious person this song really speaks to me. I especially like how she took the scientifically advanced concept of a spaceship and gave it such spiritual meaning.
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