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Galaxy & Lamborghini

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Mary Lyons

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Galaxy & Lamborghini
This is a Prezi about galaxies, lamborghinis, and most importantly...
galaxy lamborghinis!

Table of Contents
1. IntroDuction
2.How lamborghini Started
3.How Lamborghini's came to be
4.Growing Publicity
5.Unique Lambo's
6. How Galaxies started
7.The Hubble space telescope
9.Final statement about galaxies
10. galaxy lamborghini's
11.SOurces And Citations
How Lamborghini Started
How Galaxies Started
Have you ever wondered how the universe started?
First of all what are galaxies?
Galaxies are systems full of billions of stars,
held together by gas, random particles of dust,
and gravitational pulls.
Hubble Telescope (a telescope made by NASA orbiting
the Earth) estimated 100 billions galaxies and more.
The Hubble Space
The Hubble Space Telescope orbits "375 miles (600 kilometers) above Earth's surface"
Videos From NASA
Black Holes
Forming Galaxies
There are black
holes in the middle
of every galaxy, including our very own galaxy... The Milky Way.
It is about the length of
a regular school bus!
Margaret W. Carruthers, author of The Hubble Space Telescope, writes, "On April 24, 1990, HST lifted
off from the Kennedy Space
Center in Florida..."
Margaret W. Carruthers also writes in her book (The Hubble Space Telescope), "Hubble was on its own, orbiting Earth at 17,500 miles per hour..."
How Lamborghini's Came to Be
Ferruccio Lamborghini was thought to be crazy when he said he was going to make luxury sports cars even better than the cars Ferrari created. After all he built his tractor company from the ground up, & now it seemed he was going to throw away his millions on wishful thinking.
The Big Bang is a theoretical series
of events that explains how the universe began.
It happened approximately 13.7 billion
years ago.
The Big Bang is a hard topic to explain since it is theoretical. Our whole entire universe was started by one single atom. That atom went under cosmic radiation and in a split second that one atom turned into billions of protons,neutrons,and electrons and our universe began.
.....and now
Ferrucio started his tractor company after World War II ended. His profits from this gave him enough money to start building sports cars later.
Extra bubbles full of
content are included in
main bubbles listed above.
The Lamborghini Sports Car Start
real Pictures
"House of the Raging Bull"
spiral Galaxy
(Our galaxy, The milky way, is a spiral galaxy)
Barred Galaxy
Elliptical Galaxy
(Looks like a disk)
a nebulae is not
a normal type of galaxy. It is more like a cluster of stars.
Ferruccio himself created the first one that is now in the Lamborghini Museum.
Sources & Citations
The universe is still expnading and will continue to grow because of The Big Bang. This explosion created our universe that will continue to thrive for many years on. Some scientists do not belive in this therory, but it is the most common.
Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.
N.p., n.d. Web. 06 Apr. 2016.
No one has a clue on how that one atom came to be. This is one of the few things science can't tell.
TYpes Of Galaxies
N.A.S.A is the United States Space
Agency. N.A.S.A stands for National
areonautics and Space Administration.
Their main Launch base is in cape canaveral
We are part of 15 unions working together
discovering our solar system and beyond.
Carruthers, Margaret W.
The Hubble Space Telescope.
New York: Franklin Watts, 2003. Print.
Final Statement About Galaxies
Without galaxies we wouldn't be here today. Our galaxy, The Milky Way, created our very own solar system.
Old Favorites
A two seater made in 1966, the Miura reinvented the world of sports cars.
The Countach was created in 1974 and was immediately liked by the public.
Both of these were created by one of the greatest car designers of that time Marcello Gandini
Growing Publicity
Prince Rainier of Monaco and Princess Grace opted for the Marzal to open the Monte Carlo Grand Prix in 1967
Military Lamborghinis
The company went through a phase of designing some military intended vehicles.
All Lamborghini's are equipped with Pirelli tires
Galaxy Lamborghini's
Galaxy Lamborghini's aren't an actual car. It is their street name because of their paint job.
Unique Lambo's
Some countries such as Dubai use Lamborghini's as police cars.
50th Anniversary
The Diablo was designed to take the place of the Miura and Countach in the 1990's
The Murcielago now takes the place of the Diablo
On Lamborghini's official website i says about the first car created under Lamborghini that,"...when the 350 GTV was presented, it was already a masterpiece." And truly it was.
"Galaxies- NASA Science."
Galaxies-NASA- Science
. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Apr. 2016.
Several cars were made to celebrate Lamborghini's 50th anniversary.
The Veneno Roadster
The Car Shoe Brand was started as a brand of Lamborghini in 1963 as well as the company itself.
Car Shoe
Some of the Most Expensive Lambo's
By: Jace and Mary
Veneno Roadster
0 to 60 in 2.9 secounds
High speed of 220 mph
Made in 2013
0 to 60 in 2.9 secounds
High speed of 218 mph
The Aventador Roadster was announced in 2013
First one was built in February 2011
Sesto Elemento
This car got its name from the main material used to build it, carbon.
In Italian the sixth element is called Sesto Elemento
Carbon is the sixth element on The Periodic Table of Elements
Carbon is extremely light leaving the car weighing a little over 2,200 pounds
0-62 in 2.5 seconds
Concept Cars
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