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Space History. The Race for Space http://www.watchmojo.com/video/id/10642/. Hipparchus created the world’s first accurate star map in 130 B.C. He created this map by his own knowledge of mathematics and observations of the stars. Hipparchus.

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space history

Space History

The Race for Space

http://www.watchmojo.com/video/id/10642/

hipparchus
Hipparchus created the world’s first accurate star map in 130 B.C. He created this map by his own knowledge of mathematics and observations of the stars.Hipparchus
galileo galilei
In 1609 Galileo made improvements on the telescope. With his improvements he was able to discover four of Jupiter’s moons, cycles of Venus and was one of the first to study sunspots.Galileo Galilei
1 sputnik october 4 1957
Who- U.S.S.R.

Accomplishments- first man made object to orbit the earth

1. Sputnik- October 4, 1957
2 nasa october 1 1958
2. NASA- October 1, 1958
  • Who- USA
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration
3 yuri gargarin april 12 1961
Who-U.S.S.R.

Accomplishments- first man into space and orbits the Earth once in Vostok I

3. Yuri Gargarin- April 12, 1961
4 john glenn february 20 1962
Who- NASA

Accomplishments- first American in orbit

Orbits the Earth 3 times in Mercury Friendship 7

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qY87RTXzA04

4. John Glenn- February 20, 1962
4 john glenn october 29 1998
Who- NASA

Accomplishments- oldest man in space (77) launches on space shuttle Discovery

4. John Glenn-October 29, 1998
5 apollo 11 july 20 1969
Who- NASA

Accomplishments- first man to walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong and then Buzz Aldrin

5. Apollo 11- July 20, 1969
5 saturn v 1967
Who- NASA

Accomplishments- three staged rocket with enough power to send astronauts to the Moon during Apollo program and also launched Skylab

http://science.discovery.com/video-topics/space-videos/moon-machines-saturn-v.htm

5. Saturn V- 1967
5 lunar module eagle july 20 1969
Who- NASA

Accomplishments- Armstrong and Aldrin rode detached from the command module and rode in this to land on the Moon http://www.nasa.gov/externalflash/apollo40/index.html

5. Lunar Module “Eagle” July 20, 1969
5 neil armstrong
First man to walk on the moon

“That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”

5. Neil Armstrong
6 skylab may 14 1973
Who- NASA

Accomplishments- 300 experiments performed including medical experiments on humans' adaptability to zero gravity

Came back to Earth July 11, 1979

6. Skylab-May 14, 1973
6 mir february 20 1986
Who-U.S.S.R.

Accomplishments- docked with Soviet spacecraft and United States shuttles

Helped prepare for ISS missions and experiments

On March 23, 2001 Mir deorbited after 15 years

6. Mir- February 20, 1986
7 voyager 1 august 1977
Who- NASA

Accomplishments- space probe is farthest man made object in space and first to leave solar system

Detailed photo study of Jupiter/Saturn systems

Carries golden record with details of life on Earth in case it’s discovered by intelligent life

7. Voyager 1- August 1977
8 space shuttle program1981 2011
Who- NASA

Accomplishments-135 missions with reusable space vehicles

5 shuttles in fleet-Columbia, Challenger, Discovery, Endeavour, Atlantis

8. Space Shuttle Program1981-2011
8 challenger april 4 1983
Who- NASA

Accomplishments – first shuttle spacewalk

First woman in space

Had 9 successful launches

8. Challenger- April 4, 1983
8 challenger disaster january 28 1986
After the Challenger’s devastating destruction. President Ronald Reagan comforted the nation with these words, “The crew of the space shuttle Challenger honored us by the manner in which they lived their lives. We will never forget them, nor the last time we saw them, this morning, as they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye and "slipped the surly bonds of earth" to "touch the face of God.“

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4JOjcDFtBE

8. Challenger Disaster- January 28, 1986
8 columbia april 12 1981
Who- NASA

Accomplishments- first shuttle to launch

Had 27 missions before final mission was lost 16 minutes before landing on February 1, 2003

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZVBfiZvZos&feature=player_detailpage

8. Columbia- April 12, 1981
9 hubble april 24 1990
Who- NASA

Accomplishments- deployed by Space Shuttle Discovery

Able to take sharp photos of distant objects

One picture shows 10,000 galaxies and goes back 13 billion years

http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/science/space-sci/exploration/hubble-sci/

9. Hubble- April 24,1990
10 international space station november 20 1998
Who- 16 different countries

Accomplishments- completed July 8, 2011

Largest satellite to orbit Earth, can be seen with the naked eye

Research laboratory with microgravity

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLLF13IuAMI

http://www.space.com/18597-iss-tour-russian-segment-soyuz-spacecraft-video.html

10. International Space Station- November 20, 1998
11 what does the future hold
11. What does the future hold?
  • Virgin Galactic Commercial Space Flight
  • $200,000 tickets
  • 6 minutes of weightlessness
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3E1ECYlwCgs&list=UUlcvOr7LV8tlJwJvkNMmnKg

Moon/Mars missions…

http://science.nationalgeographic.com/science/space/space-exploration/future-spaceflight/

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