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Transcript: How important is NASA? How large is NASA'S budget? NASA'S original intended purpose was an act to provide research into the problems of flight within and outside the Earth's atmosphere. Its purpose today is basically the same as the original purpose but today NASA also does many manned and unmanned missions for the discovery and research on other planets. How large is NASA? NASA has received $17.8 billion in this fiscal year, which is 0.5 but there has been talks of NASA receiving a 20 percent cut of funds. I believe that this budget should be decreased a little but I also think it is important that we stay ahead of other countries in the investigation of space. More then 18,000 people work for NASA. Even though NASA has a few minor offices for testing the two main locations are in Orsino Florida and Houston Texas. I think NASA is very important. It is important that we explore outer space and our atmosphere to continue to see how things work in outer space. I also think it is important that we explore Mars and find more information about the planets. I think it is important for us to know what else is out there and to keep finding new things. photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli The head of NASA is Maj. Gen. Charles Frank Bolden, Jr. He was nominated by President Barack Obama and then confirmed by the US senate. NASA Who heads NASA? NASA was established July 29, 1958 NASA What are NASAS functions and goals? Although there have been numerous goals for NASA the main goal right now is to discover information about mars. Scientist are trying to find if there is life on mars, determine its climate and geology and prepare for human exploration. These goals are obtained by the making of a new spacecraft and technology to protect astronauts from radiation and other harmful hazards What is its purpose? Kyle Bruner

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Transcript: This is a PAID internship, with a spending allowance given at some locations Locations very by field of interest. To find a NASA center with your interest click on the link and select for field: Available Sessions: Eligibility Sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration for undergradutae students across the United States $6,500 for a 10 week summer session Selection Process Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements to participate in NASA-USRP: •U.S. Citizenship: permanent residents or other visa categories are not accepted. •Be a Sophomore, Junior or Senior before the start of the internship session. •Academic major concentrated in engineering, mathematics, computer science, or physical sciences or life sciences. •Show interest in the above career fields. •Minimum GPA of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0 •Students may only participate in USRP one time in a given calendar year. 10-week summer session 15-week spring or fall session. If chose, you must be able to dedicate 40 hours each week your session lasts. Fields you can choose to study in: $9,500 for a 15 week fall or spring session Program Description Program used as a way to: Increase America's undergraduate and graduate science, engineering, mathematics, and technology skill base. Encourage student interest in a future profession with NASA and its partner organizations. Attract students of all races, cultures, and ethnic backgrounds to the field of science. The internship selection process usually takes 1-3 months to complete. NASA mentors and educational coordinators select students based on their qualifications in relation to the field they have applied for. After a long reviewing process, the top candidates are selected and made and offer to intern. Those selected receive an email containing information to the project and a job description. Selected applicants are given 7 days to accept the offer before it expires. Q. What is the best way for my application to be noticed for this program? A. As with any application, you want to highlight the strengths you have as an individual. Think of this application in the same terms you would while applying for a job. Most applications are searched today using key words. Use your resume and your answers to the essay questions to highlight your skill sets and any assets/talents you bring to the team. Think strategically about what this internship might mean in terms of gaining knowledge and experience that will further your career pathway and eventually successfully working in the space field. Make your application / resume look as professional as you can. Read through the program’s FAQs that are posted and public web pages aimed at students or participants to gain any insight into what the program might be looking for as far as strong candidates for their programs. Q: I am majoring in a non-science related field, am I eligible? A: No, the only way we could allow a non-science major into USRP is if they had double major or some specialization focus in a science, math or engineering degree to be eligible for a USRP internship. Engineering Mathematics Computer science Physical/Life Science Frequently asked questions: NASA's Undergraduate Student Research Project Q: When is the internship start date? A: Internship start dates are subject specific to each NASA center. Start and end dates can also be adjusted to the needs of the particular student with the agreement of the NASA Center coordinator and/or mentor. However, general start and end dates are as follows; Spring Session; January – May Summer Session; June – August Fall Session; September - December Locations

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Transcript: What has NASA accomplished? Hubble's STIS UV and ACS visible light are combined to reveal Saturn's southern aurora. Why NASA formed What has Curiosity discovered? What Space Technology is "I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to Earth." - President Kennedy's Speech to Congress on May 25, 1961 The Apollo 11 mission landed in 1969. The crew included: Neil Armstrong, Commander Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., Lunar Module Pilot Michael Collins, Command Module Pilot A Presentation By Kiran Maltby Thanks for listening to my Presentation:) The National Aeronautics and Space Administration's headquarters building is located at 2 Independence Square in Washington, D.C. NASA has 10 field centers and various installations positioned across the United States. NASA has done a lot of good projects here are some of my favorites: The man on the moon The Hubble telescope The Mars Rover Curiosity Previously, the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) handled rocket research and other aerospace activities, but in 1957 the Soviet Union launched Sputnik, the world’s first artificial satellite, which made it apparent that the United States needed to focus its efforts in order to avoid being left behind in the space race. Space technology is technology developed by space science or the aerospace industry for use in spaceflight, satellites, or space exploration. Space technology includes spacecraft, satellites, space stations, and support infrastructure, equipment, and procedures. The man on the moon The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) is a space telescope that was launched into low Earth orbit in 1990, and remains in operation. ... Hubble's orbit outside the distortion of Earth's atmosphere allows it to take extremely high-resolution images, with substantially lower background light than ground-based telescopes. Brown spots mark Comet Shoemaker–Levy 9 impact sites on Jupiter's southern hemisphere. Imaged by Hubble. Where NASA is located Watch This Video On How NASA Landed Curiosity NASA stands for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a government agency that was created by Congress in 1958. NASA's mission is to explore space and aeronautics, or flight research. The Hubble Space Telescope "Pillars of Creation" shows stars forming in the Eagle Nebula NASA Thanks to Curiosity, scientists found that ancient Mars likely had the right chemistry to support living microbes, according to NASA. By drilling into Martian rocks, the rover discovered what are believed to be the key ingredients for life -- carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus and sulfur. What NASA Does

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Transcript: -Water filters -Duct tape -Anti-scratch lenses Potential Solutions Closing Thoughts It cost $1.7 billion to build just one of the five MESSENGER space craft The Cause How did space travel start and why? "We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard..." -John F. Kenndy. The United States has invested far too much money into space travel and would be better off investing that money into other programs. The United States has invested far too much money into space travel and would be better off investing that money into other programs. John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson advocated for space travel and increased spending on the Apollo Missions. Instead of having the Government pay for everything, other private companies can design and engineer space shuttles backed by private investors. NASA was formed by Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1958. With the amount of money we have spent throughout the years, our country did not get a proper return on investment. It costs $450 million to launch each space shuttle, and as a country the United States has launched 130. With the new funds that are now free, we can spend that tax revenue on other pressing programs. B. Thompson, M. (2011, April 9). Space Exploration: At What Cost? : DNews. Retrieved November 16, 2015, from According to some reports, the U.S. government could give an additional $5.9 billion over a span of 5 years to encourage private companies to build and launch space craft. The United States collects $3.7 trillion in taxes a year. But at what cost? Work Cited The Problem The most costly expense recorded by NASA was the International Space Station, ringing up a total of $142 billion, not including the missions to go there for repairs and other things. C. Eliminate Human Space Exploration Programs. (2013, November 13). Retrieved November 16, 2015, from D. Meaney, S., & Robinson, T. (2014, November 8). Debate: Is space exploration a waste of resources? Retrieved November 16, 2015, from With the billions of dollars that could be saved without NASA, where would you like to see that money go? More Probelms E. Chow, D. (2011, January 13). The Case Against The Moon: Why We Shouldnu0027t Go Back | Space Exploration & Moon Missions, Return to the Moon | Retrieved November 16, 2015, from With the trillions of dollars we have spent on space exploration in the last 50 years, what do we have to show for it? Privitization During the Cold War, the competition between the US and USSR hightened and both countries were trying to one up eachother. Throughout the years, NASA excursions have been by far the most costly. A. Rogers, S. (2010, February 1). Nasa budgets: US spending on space travel since 1958 UPDATED. Retrieved November 15, 2015, from

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Transcript: Should NASA Continue their Space Programs? Robonaut 2 is NASA’s first dexterous humanoid robot that has successfully flown to the International Space Station. 1.NASA-National Aeronautics and Space Administration 2.Mainframe-large and powerful data processing system. 3.Seismic-study of earthquakes and the propagation of elastic waves through the Earth. 4.Dexterous-skillful or adroit in the use of the hands or body. Outline Apollo 11 was the mission that first landed on the moon. Some failed missions are Columbia and the. Challenger. Vocab Missions Apollo 11 Columbia Challenger NASA has had a minimum of 131 Missions The Future of the universe Saturn V was a type of rocket called a Heavy Lift Vehicle. It was the most powerful rocket that had ever flown successfully. The Saturn V was used in the Apollo program in the 1960s and 1970s. It also was used to launch the Skylab space station. Columbia exploded over east Texas when it was landing in Kennedy space center. Saturn V Robonaut 2 The breakup of the space shuttle Challenger was caused by the failure of two O- rings in the aft joint in the right solid rocket booster to properly seal due to the cold weather. Robots The left wing broke off during re-entry due to a break in the thermal shielding Columbia A successful mission is: Apollo 11 Apollo 11 Christian, E., and A. Davis. "Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) Mission Overview." Nasa. NASA, Apri. Web. 21 May 2012. <>. "", 2012. Web. 1 May 2012. <>. Kauderer, Amiko. "Historic handshake for robonaut 2." . N.p., 2012. Web. 21 May 2012. <>. NASA, . "Zapping deadly bacteria." Nasa Home. Nasa, 5/21. Web. 21 May 2012. <>. Ryba, J.. "Apollo 11." Nasa. NASA, July. Web. 21 May 2012. <>. Sirs. The American School Board Journal, 2004. Web. 1 May 2012. <>. Wilson , J.. "NASA Home." Nasa. USA, 2012. Web. 1 May 2012. <>. Citations Challenger exploded on takeoff of the mission STS-51-L on January 28, 1986. Robonaut 2 was build for the specific purpose of working on the space station. Neil Armstrong stepped out of the lunar module and took "one small step" in the Sea of Tranquility, calling it "a giant leap for mankind." Forming a well known quote. Challenger The future Robots Saturn V Vocab

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Transcript: NASA History History Nasa was founded on July 29, 1958, and was crreated in response to Russia's 1st sattilite, Sputnik 1 The launch sparked fears amongst Americans that the Soviets could launch missiles capable of traveling from Europe to the U.S. Also the U.S prided itself on being at teh forefront of technology, so they quickly began developing a response which kicked off the start of the U.S-Soviet spacerace. Contributions Contributions Since we are driven to explore the unknown, we push the boundaries of our scientific and technical limits, and then push further as a society. The desire to explore and challenge the boundaries of what we know has provided benefits to our society for centuries. Exploration Exploration NASA has contributted to our knowledge of the Earth from satellites they send out and explorations they partake in For the People For the People Through the challenges in human space exploration we: Expand technology, Create new industries, Enlarge our creativity, And help foster a peaceful connection with other nations. Curiosity and exploration are vital to the human spirit and the challenge of going deeper into space will always be one of humanities most proud achievements. Purpose Purpose NASA's vision has been to reach for new haights and to reveal the unknown for the benefit of humankind For decades NASA has been trying to answer some basic questions. What's out there? How do we get there? What will we find? What can we learn there, or learn just by trying to get there, that will make life better here on Earth? Programs Programs Game Changing Development (GCD) identify and rapidly mature innovative/high impact capabilities and technologies NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) nurtures visionary ideas that could transform future NASA missions with the creation of breakthroughs such as radically better or entirely new aerospace architectures, systems, or missions

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