Ah... Space one of the places you'll never find me. To some its a scary place because you can die at any second up there. But to some such as scientists its a place for all new discoveries. But that doesn't mean I don't like space. Its so interesting that we know not even 0.1% about what could be out there. Man Lets not get "spaced out" (haha i'm so funny give me a level 4). But in all seriousness space is a seriously scary and dangerous place but it doesn't mean its a bad thing to like. Its just all a mystery...
Challenges & Benefits of space exploration & Canada’s Contributions to exploration...
- Job creation: Jobs, jobs and many more jobs are generated due to space exploration man job openings generate and have a large positive impact on society and then which creates a higher population.
- Education: Teaching has a high priority for NASA, so much so that it has flown astronaut educators in space. (The first one, Christa McAuliffe died aboard the space shuttle Challenger during launch in 1986. Her backup, Barbara Morgan was selected as an educator/mission specialist in 1998 and flew aboard STS-118 in 2007.) And to this day, astronauts regularly do in flight conferences with students from space.
- It allows people to know more about the universe: Undoubtedly, space exploration has answered the question of whether the Earth is round or not and proved that the Earth does revolve around the sun and not the other way around.
- It can offer a solution to many problems: To be completely honest I didn't think that space exploration can offer solutions but many space exploration programs are used to address some of the problems that plague modern society. Some programs, for example, help scientists learn more about the earth’s atmosphere and know how to better predict weather and natural disasters. PREDICT THE WEATHER HOW ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!!!
- It endangers the lives of astronauts: It can’t be denied that space exploration puts astronauts’ lives in danger, even if they know what they are signing up for. In fact, many accidents have happened over the years and have resulted to numerous injuries and even deaths. The Apollo 1 manned mission, for example, ended when its crew members were killed in a cabin fire as they conducted a launch rehearsal test. The Challenger space shuttle exploded less than two minutes after liftoff, killing all of its seven crew members. This is exactly why you will never find me in space...
- It leads to pollution in space: Many people might scoff at the idea of polluting space and after all the universe is vast and infinite and it would take billions of years to fill it with junk. But that’s the thing even if it wouldn’t fill up right away, it can still be polluted with the debris that space missions leave behind, such as satellites, rocket launch boosters, and other kinds of equipment. Come on we ruined earth enough even space too, No I'm done.
- It can be expensive: Space exploration is undeniably costly. Training and educating astronauts, building rockets and space shuttles developing new technology for space missions all of these cost a substantial amount of money. Through all my research I saw how much it cost's to build a rocket ship and lets just say that its more than what a normal person with a normal salary would take at least like 10 years. No surprise, Fuel already cost's enough and think about all the fuel they need for that gigantic space ship.
Properties and components of the solar system and celestial objects...
The universe is defined as everything that exists. It includes all matter found in galaxies and in intergalactic space. The directory of observable objects in the universe is vast. The smallest components are atomic particles followed by atoms, molecules, dust, space rocks, comets, asteroids, moons, dwarf planets, planets, solar systems, stars, black holes, nebulae, and galaxies. Knowing this much information for our galaxy is a lot for us and through out the years we developed in our ways to search/discover other planets, solar systems or even Extra terrestrial life in our solar system or beyond our system...
The formation theories of the solar system & universe...
Billions of years ago more than 14 billion years there was nothing no energy and no space. Scientists needed a way to explain how everything began, where it came from, what happened. Although there are several different theories about the origins of the universe, the Big Bang theory is the good one because no other model is as good at explaining everything in the universe. Even through all the history and showing a lot of evidence a high number of people believe that its fake or doesn't seem real but that's their opinion and personally i believe its real...
Day by day...
Day 2:The challenges are centered on three key themes: (1) Expand human presence in space, (2) Manage in-space resources, and (3) Enable transformational space exploration and scientific discovery.
Day 3:The term night sky refers to the sky as seen at night. The term is usually associated with astronomy, with reference to views of celestial bodies such as stars, the Moon, and planets that become visible on a clear night after the Sun has set.
Day 4:More Night skies
Day 5:City of Ember
Day 6:Billions of years ago more than 14 billion years there was nothing no energy and no space. Scientists needed a way to explain how everything began, where it came from, what happened. Although there are several different theories about the origins of the universe, the Big Bang theory is the good one because no other model is as good at explaining everything in the universe.
Day 7:More theories and evidence of our universe
Day 8:The Solar System is made up of all the planets that orbit our Sun. In addition to planets, the Solar System also consists of moons, comets, asteroids, minor planets, and dust and gas. Everything in the Solar System orbits or revolves around the Sun.
Day 9:The Sun is the star at the center of the Solar System. It is a nearly perfect sphere of hot plasma, with internal convective motion that generates a magnetic field by a dynamo process. It is by far the most important source of energy for life on Earth. Its diameter is about 109 times that of Earth, and its mass is about 330,000 times that of Earth.
Day 10:City of ember
Day 11:Astronomy is the oldest of the natural sciences, dating back to antiquity, with its origins in the religious, mythological, cosmological, calendrical, and astrological beliefs and practices of prehistory. Ancient astronomers were able to differentiate between stars and planets, as stars remain relatively fixed over the centuries while planets will move an appreciable amount during a comparatively short time.
Day 12:More Astronomical phenomena and evidence
Day 13:Flex Day
Day 14:Flex Day
Day 15:City of Ember