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Earth's Defense Against Meteors
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This 6 page report discusses the options available to the governments of Earth if a meteor on a collision course was cited. Earth's atmosphere is literally besieged with as much as 50,000 tons of interplanetary rubble annually. There is a scientific consensus agrees that cosmic impacts have played a major role in Earth history and that they continue to pose a significant threat today. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: BWmeteor.wps

Exploring the Milky Way Galaxy
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5 pages in length. A comprehensive research paper-- explaining our galaxy (The "Milky Way") in great detail. The writer describes the history of man's early exploration via telescope, the distance and brightness of stars, attempts to assess The Milky Way's age, problems with matter, and the size/relevance relationship between our own solar system and others. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Milkyway.wps

Fred Hoyle's Contributions to Astronomy
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6 pages in length. Discusses the accomplishments and contributions to astronomy made by Fred Hoyle. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JGAhoyle.wps

Galaxies & What They Are / A Comprehensive Overview
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A 5 page research paper on some of the available information about galaxies in general, including classification types, estimated numbers (more than 50 billion!), and some of the current research into the origins, nature and future of the Universe. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Galaxy.wps

Galileo and the Advent and Balance of Modern Science
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This 6 page report discusses the Italian mathematician, physicist, and astronomer Galilei Galileo as presented by Stillman Drake in his 1957 classic “Discoveries and Opinions of Galileo.” Galileo was an important component if not the most important component of the intellectual avalanche of ideas and hypotheses that began in the 16th century. It is essential that modern historians understand where “the balance” of science occurred and at what point its “marked change” took place. In addition, a short explanation is included regarding the differences between the winter and summer Solstice. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: BWbalsci.wps

Galileo Galelei and the Heliocentric Model
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10 pages in length. A discussion of the life and works of Galileo and the religious controversy that surrounded his heliocentric model. Galileo was among the first to suggest that the planets revolved around the sun and not around the Earth. The specific reason and issues surrounding his condemnation are examined. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Galile2.wps

Gaps Between Theory and Application of Satellite Communications
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This 11 page report discusses the gaps between the theories related to satellite communications and their applications as compared with the actual practice being utilized or expanded upon. An ever-increasing number of applications of international communications satellite technology have developed in the past forty years but many of those applications are still variations on the communications theme. This paper both discusses satellites and their capabilities but also examines the number of potential satellite applications that have received little attention or development. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: BWsat.rtf

How Has The Space Program Progressed?
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6 pages in length. Inasmuch as the space program started out as more of a competition between nations, it has blossomed into its own fruition. Originally a quest to attain first bragging rights with regard to space exploration, the program began as the result of a rivalry between the Soviet Union and the United States around the time of the Cold War. At that time, there was no way America was going to be outdone by the Soviets when it came to space exploration; because of the United States' steadfastness to achieve greater success, the space program was implemented in full swing. What has come from such intense dedication can fill a multi-volume collection, from all the positive and wonderful aspects to all the regretful and unfavorable events. The writer discusses how the world has gained much knowledge about what exists beyond this planet through the explorations of the space program, an adventure that might not have otherwise come into existence if it were not for the inherent desire to be the best. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCspace.wps

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