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Detect the background of the distance race during this fascinating and riveting nonfiction name! straightforward readers will know about the Kennedy house Station, the chilly battle, Sputnik, the 1st astronauts and cosmonauts to make it into house, and the 1st touchdown at the moon. via beautiful pictures, informational textual content, and bold proof, readers can be enthralled and encouraged through the fantastic accomplishments that happened throughout the race to space!
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When all the pieces are in place, multiple spaceships will be able to dock at the same time. Eyes in the Sky Scientists use space stations to study our planet in ways that aren’t possible anywhere else. Growing special crystals in zero gravity may lead to faster computers or new ways to fight diseases. 54 Telescopes record changes in Earth’s weather and study the big picture. Space stations are great places to test how to grow food for future space explorers. Many studies observe how humans deal with being alone in a small place for long periods of time.
Space stations are great places to test how to grow food for future space explorers. Many studies observe how humans deal with being alone in a small place for long periods of time. 55 A Giant Leap The 20th century took humankind “one giant leap” forward in space exploration. The space race challenged us to work hard, learn more, and get to the moon no matter what. Sacrifices were made, human and animal lives were lost, but our vision of understanding and exploring space stayed true. Space exploration in the 20th century may have started off as the cutthroat space race.
Don’t forget to answer the debriefing questions after your mission. Wolfe, Hillary. Blast Off to Space Camp. Teacher Created Materials, 2011. Find out if you have what it takes to be an astronaut. Check out what it’s like to train for a space mission, wear a flight suit, and live in zero gravity as you learn about NASA’s world-famous space camp. org Click Launch to hear real recordings from mission control as you see Apollo 11 take off. Each leg of the journey has pictures, videos, and audio from this historic launch.