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    The Challange of Space Travel

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    The reasons for space travel are countless. Population growth is a major problem that could be helped if space travel led to discovering potentially viable living environments other than Earth. Currently, the population is doubling every 35 years and may speed up with increased technology (1). There is a vicious cycle of poverty, lack of education, and corruption that is already occurring in third world countries due to the population. A second problem that could be helped is a direct result of the

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    The disadvantages of space travel

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    What is space travel? Basically, it refers to the process of travelling in outer space. This term can also be defined as a voyage outside of Earth’s atmosphere. Humans have been fascinated by the night sky for centuries, tracking the movement of stars, comets, and planets in the open sky. In the twentieth century, the fascination with space took on an entirely new level of excitement when humans launched the first spacecraft out of Earth’s atmosphere, putting astronauts in space and on the moon.

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    Rockets and Space Travel

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    (http://science.howstuffworks.com)”. This is only a small glimpse of what goes on before and after the lift off of the space shuttle. Details of micro gravity during the orbital maneuver and the interaction of the crew during its mission can add volumes to this report alone. In the end, the space shuttle is a very versatile instrument. From experiments in human research to inserting the Hubble space telescope into orbit. What would it be like in another 200 years when man has established colonies on mars or

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    Have you ever wondered what interstellar travel is? How it is related to space travel now a days? Science is always involved in the ways things work. Especially when that object has something to do with space. There are many problems with spacecraft that would need to be fixed for them to become interstellar spacecrafts. So the requirements have to overcome those problems and go beyond the minimum. For example, where the spacecraft wants to go could be a possible problem. “The problem is getting

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    The Future of Space Travel

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    An Astronomy Conversation: The Future of Space Travel An Astronomy topic that has always been intriguing is space travel. The ability to rocket into space, look down on Earth, and “…explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before” (IMDB) is an adventure that people dream of experiencing. On July 20, 1969, an estimated six million people watched Neil Armstrong become the first man to walk on the Moon (Nixon Library). Presently

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    Commercial Space Travel

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    thought to be the most successful space mission in the recorded history of mankind. But the mission did not exactly go as planned as there were a few dilemmas aboard a massive space vessel. Some years ago, during the fusion age, the greatest space exploration mission attempted in the history of mankind was launched. Meant to last eighteen months, the superstructure named Interfectorem de Tempus Spacenavigator (ITS), meaning the killer of time (for it did manage travel at an estimated speed of one hundred

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    Introduction The idea of interstellar space travel has been discussed for many years between many scientists and engineers since 1950s (Adelman, 180). It has not only been discussed but also demonstrated in science fiction literature. By getting the knowledge of interstellar travel, people wonder when will we be able to travel between stars and if it is even possible to reach another star other than the sun. However, others wonder “what is the point of spending so much money on something that it

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    Space Travel Essay

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    International Space Station (ISS), which has been continually manned for over 13 years; the longest single period of time in space for an individual in that span is 215 days. In the past few decades, many space programs around the world have experienced dwindling national and international interest, mirroring a decrease in funding. However, one aspect of space travel has recently begun to pique the interests of medical professionals in particular- the effects of long duration space travel on the human

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    Space travel has a variety of benefits that are both direct and indirect. The main goals of space travel will help us have a more in depth understanding of the universe, learn more about our own planet and potentially slow global warming by finding another habitable place or harnessing outside resources. However, there are also benefits in that the technology we develop to get to space in turn could provide more sustainable energy, better consumer products and even increased global communication

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    Is space travel worth it

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    Living in space has been man’s dream for a very long time, we are slowly getting closer every day, company such as NASA now how a huge budget, over 20million (Table 2 Full yearly NASA spending) and are researching new ways to get to space. With advances such as the mars rover which is currently collecting information on mars, and the first man on the moon in a few decades we might be able to send a man to mars. Currently NASA are trying to develop a system of growing food in space. The biggest problems

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