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    Social Import: The Cracks in the System An integral component to the infrastructure of government is law enforcement. In over two hundred years of prosperity, the United States has relied heavily upon the integrity of its law enforcement in maintaining order and securing the civil liberties of the American. The conduct and code of the police force in the United States has been exemplary, and has set the standards by which many nations have modeled their police departments after that of the U.S..

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    The International Space Station is the doorway to the future of mankind and the world as it is known. The scientific and medical discoveries that will be made on the station could create billions of dollars annually. A plan like this, arranged to benefit the whole world economy, should sound like a good idea to every person, but some believe that the ISS is too risky, too ineffective, or too costly to create. Whether or not the space station is worth the money, time, and effort, one thing is clear

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    Introduction I. Attention Getter: The International Space Station is the most complex machine ever built by man. Comprising of over 1 billion parts, this modern marvel orbits Mother Earth at a speed of over 4 miles every second. II. Relating to the Audience: I believe that the Space Shuttle program has fascinated most if not all of you at some point of time, so much so that it has driven some of us to pursue Aerospace Engineering. Thus, it is a good idea to explore the program’s end result, the

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    International Space Station The International Space Station, a worldwide project, is the next goal in a quickly growing space frontier. The station will be the first and next step towards researching the vast unknown world of outer space. What will be learned by this station? NASA has only the highest hopes that with the newest advancements in technology up in space, the fundamental physical, chemical, and biological processes can be examined with the absence of gravity, because of the space station. The

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    fascination with space. The invention of the telescope helped to see the stars, but in order to conduct real research, we had to wait until the invention of the rocket. Humans were finally able to enter space by the 1900s, due to the invention of the rocket, but rockets were only used to visit and leave. Scientists wanted a more permanent station to conduct experiments that could only be done in space. NASA engineers solved this problem with the addition of the The International Space Station, also known

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    The International Space Station is not the first habitable artificial satellite but it by far surpasses any attempts in the past to create a unified structure in space that can be used for a multitude of different purposes. It was such an immense project, when first introduced in 1988, that there was no way that one agency could fund the entire planning and construction. Because of this fact, three agencies merged, each adding their own piece to the final construction of the ISS. The United States

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    The Story of the Skylab Space Station

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    comprehend how colossal an idea like space is. To obtain a firmer understanding of what or who is floating around up there, scientists all around the world invest their entire fortune and lives into exploring the unknown. Many explorations have proven successful in expanding human knowledge about space, but Skylab, America’s first space station, has demonstrated triumphant in three different space missions documenting the foreign world (Dunbar, “Part I”). Skylab Space Station was a revolutionary development

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    The Mars Experience

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    wonderful things. I climbed large mountains, swam in volcanoes, and was chased by insane martian animals. I took off by myself at New York's Universal Space Station in my brand new luxury spaceship. After about a day of enjoyable flying I arrived at Mars. After gaining clearance, I took the massive ship in for a smooth landing at Mars' Universal Space Port. There I eased my spaceship into the incredibly humongous parking garage. I leisurely got out of my ship and was happily greeted by friendly

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    contains and in admiration of how beautiful space can be. Occasionally, we can spot a bright “dot” moving across the sky. We assume it is simply a satellite, despite it being much brighter than an usual satellite brightness. We do not realize that that supposed satellite is actually hosting a small group of people who live in and perform science experiments outside of Earth’s atmosphere. That shelter orbiting around the Earth is the International Space Station (ISS). Within the past couple of decades

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    Skylb Research Paper

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    Skylab: The First and Only U.S. Space Station The race to space between Russia and the United States helped drive the U.S. and it’s space program, NASA, to become the first nation to successfully land a man on the moon. Although the soviets were able to successfully develop and launch a space station first, Salyut 1, America soon after developed one of their own and called it Skylab. The Apollo missions that sent astronauts into space, led to the discovery that the astronauts had lost bone, muscle

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