Have Maybe, you don’t either, so, let me refresh

Have you ever wondered how man
got to space? Well, when l thinks of it, I think of materials, training,
energy, time and effort. lots of people had problems and solutions but some of
the solutions didn’t work. But some of their solutions did work and that let us
go to space and go to the moon.

               Have
you heard of the space race? Well, I heard about it, but I don’t remember.
Maybe, you don’t either, so, let me refresh your memory. the space race was a
race to space and that competition was worldwide. the first person to go to
space was Yuri Gagarin.
People wanted to be in space so bad because it is in the human
nature to explore what surrounds us. I think that the fundamental reason why we
have been in space and to the Moon is the same reason why people have climbed
the Everest, crossed Antarctica, and attempted other extreme endeavors on
Earth. Curiosity can lead people to great achievements. And now I’m going to
tell the issues and solution.          

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               There were a lot of issues, one them was Gravity
because of the law what goes up, must come down. Money was an issue because
they could not afford parts for the rocket. Technology was another issue because
it was so advanced it costed more money (another issue). they needed a lot of
power to get out of the troposphere and into space. they also needed technology
to talk and cameras and buttons to do stuff. NASA (National Aeronautics
and Space Administration) was
fighting against China, Russia and Japan. these were the issues that are going
to be mentioned now are radiation, navigation, food
and water, crashing, space junk, bone and muscle wasting, mental health,
resources, exploration, space is too big, there is only one earth.                

Did you know that the space program
was created because, The United States Congress passes legislation formally
inaugurating the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The
establishment of NASA was a sign that the United States was committed to
winning the “space race” against the Soviets. the rockets were a big deal
because it would help the rocket get to space. It would also help them go
faster and get out of the troposphere faster. The people and the countries
because it would mean victory for the space race! Also, would mean the firth
human in space and achievements and history made and great power and honor.

Now here are the solutions that
helped them go to space. some solutions were The Curiosity Rover Drives Backward, the Hubble
telescope can now see its surroundings, The Curiosity Rover Drives Backward
Late. These were problems they fixed in space. They solved the radiation
problem because Remarkably,
researchers have successfully made yarn out of BNNTs, so it’s flexible enough
to be woven into the fabric of space suits, providing astronauts with
significant radiation protection even while they’re performing spacewalks in transit
or out in the harsh space environments. Though hydrogenated BNNTs are still in
development and testing, they have the potential to be one of our key
structural and shielding materials in spacecraft, habitats, vehicles, and space
suits that will be used while exploring space. the solve the food and water
problem by refrigeration
and canning have provided solutions to the problem of food preservation.
However, space travel required that new methods be devised for keeping foods
edible. Foods taken into space must be light-weight, compact, tasty and
nutritious. They must also keep for long periods without refrigeration. A
variety of menus consisting of foods provided each astronaut with 2500 or more
calories per day. They solved the navigation problem by putting tracking
devices on the rocket and windows (not much to tell you). They solved the
mental health issue because During the Mercury program, which sent humans into
space for a short period of time in preparation for the Apollo lunar missions,
most of the equipment carried was standard military issue. The Apollo kits
differed considerably because most of its items were designed and built
specifically for use by astronauts. During Lunar Missions, to maintain health like
they would on Earth—but in a very limited space—Apollo astronauts needed to
have special equipment. Some items, carried on Apollo 11 in July 1969, allowed
the astronauts to exercise, maintain personal hygiene, and monitor their health
during the flight. These were most of them because NASA had a lot of problems
and solutions.

Getting into space changed NASA forever but it also had good and bad. The
good thing is that NASA kept discovering stuff and going on missions. After
going to space their missions were After Apollo 11, NASA sent six more flights to the Moon:
Apollo missions 12 through 17. Only Apollo 13 failed to make a lunar landing
when an accident in route to the Moon forced the crew to abandon the mission
and return to Earth after reaching lunar orbit. The last flight, Apollo 17, occurred
in December 1972.Over the next three years, the missions after Apollo 11
conducted increasingly sophisticated studies of the Moon, yielding new
scientific insights into the evolution of our celestial neighbor. Each mission
explored new areas of the lunar surface and left behind nuclear-powered
scientific instruments that continued to send data back to Earth years after
the last astronaut left the Moon. And beginning with Apollo 15, astronauts
conducted their explorations with the aid of a Moon car, a Lunar Roving
Vehicle, that allowed them to travel and work miles away from their Lunar
Module. Some bad stuff was sometimes their missions failed and some people
died.

Nasa wanted to go to space
because they wanted to research, explore and develop knowledge
about space. To learn about the universe, solar system and earth and to
establish a permanent human presence in space. they also wanted to go space because as
NASA resumes flights of the space shuttle to finish building the International
Space Station, many are questioning whether the project – the most complex
construction feat ever undertaken – is worth the risk and expense. Today, NASA is moving forward with a new focus for the manned
space program: to go out beyond Earth orbit for purposes of human exploration
and scientific discovery. And the International Space Station is now a stepping
stone on the way, rather
than being the end of the line. On the space station, we will learn how to live
and work in space. We will learn how to build hardware that can survive and
function for the years required to make the round-trip voyage from Earth to
Mars.

In
conclusion, NASA is working on Ground controllers released the
SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft from the International Space Station’s robotic
arm at 4:58 a.m. EST. The capsule will begin a series of departure burns and
maneuvers to move beyond the “keep out sphere” around the station for its
return trip to Earth. Dragon’s thrusters will be fired to move the spacecraft a
safe distance from the station before SpaceX flight controllers in Hawthorne,
California, command its deorbit burn about 9:43 a.m. The capsule will splashdown
about 10:36 a.m. in the Pacific Ocean, where recovery forces will retrieve the
capsule and its nearly 4,100 pounds of cargo. This cargo will
include science samples from human and animal research, external payloads,
biology and biotechnology studies, physical science investigations and
education activities. The deorbit burn and splashdown will not be broadcast
on NASA TV. NASA and the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space
(CASIS), the non-profit organization that manages research aboard the U.S.
national laboratory portion of the space station, will receive time-sensitive
samples and begin working with researchers to process and distribute them
within 48 hours of splashdown. Dragon, the only space station resupply
spacecraft currently able to return to Earth intact, launched Dec. 15 on a
SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force
Station, and arrived at the station Dec. 17 for the company’s 13th
NASA-contracted commercial resupply mission. it is helpful because it says, the
cargo will include science samples from human and animal research, external
payloads, biology and biotechnology studies, physical science investigations
and education activities. So, it will be helpful for them to study.

 

 

 

Image above:
Artist’s concept of the Orion crew vehicle in lunar orbit. Credit: Lockheed
Martin Corp.

The issue was addressed eloquently in the report of the Columbia Accident
Investigation Board, which examined the 2003 loss of the shuttle and its crew.
That report pointed out that for the foreseeable future, space travel is going
to be expensive, difficult and dangerous. But, for the United States, it is
strategic. It is part of what makes us a great nation. And the report declared
that if we are going to send humans into space, the goals ought to be worthy of
the cost, the risk and the difficulty. A human spaceflight program with no plan
to send people anywhere beyond the orbiting space station certainly did not
meet that standard.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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