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  •"entymonline">[ Outer.] Etymonline. Retrieved January 13, 2009.</ref> <!-- This ci ...>Richard M. Harding. 1989. ''Survival in Space: Medical Problems of Manned Spaceflight.'' (London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 0415002532).
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  • ...nry, as [[launch vehicle]]s for [[artificial satellite]]s, and for [[human spaceflight]] and [[Space exploration|exploration]] of other [[planet]]s. Compared to o 29, 2017.</ref> By the twentieth century, this history included human [[spaceflight]] to the Moon. In the twenty-first century, commercial [[space tourism]] ha
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  • Researchers in conservation biology have tended to adopt the "50/500" rule of thumb ...[[life support system]]s, but these are designed for long duration [[human spaceflight]], not permanent colonization.
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  • ...organisms and not just simpler, [[microorganism|unicellular]] creatures. Research and theory in this regard is a component of [[planetary science]] and the e ... not unique among [[star]]s in hosting planets and expanded habitability research horizon beyond our own solar system.
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  • ...erlin]], where he joined the ''[[Verein für Raumschiffahrt]]'' (VfR, the "Spaceflight Society") and assisted [[Hermann Oberth]] in liquid-fueled rocket motor tes ...rtillery captain, [[Walter Dornberger]], arranged an Ordnance Department research grant for him, and von Braun then worked next to Dornberger's existing soli
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  • ...existing outside of earth, many scientists remain hopeful and continue the search. Given that the existence of life beyond earth has ramifications of the gre Alfred Webre in his groundbreaking work as a futurist at the Stanford Research Institute. His view is that humanity lives on an isolated planet in the mid
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  • ...ef>[ Researchers: Obama has German roots]. ''USATODAY'' (June 4, 2009). Retrieved Februar ...ness International Corporation]], then at the [[New York Public Interest Research Group]].<ref name=Obama/> He was hired as director of the [[Developing Comm
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  • ...oretical physicist]], [[cosmology|cosmologist]], author, and Director of Research at the [[Centre for Theoretical Cosmology]] within the [[University of Camb ...ou Gehrig]]'s disease) that gradually paralyzed him, Hawking pursued his research vigorously and unceasingly for over half a century. He changed the way peop
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  • ...mples in the form of [[Martian meteorite]]s gives "ground-truth" data to researchers, just as in the case of studying meteorites from the [[Moon]]. In additi Several researchers claim to have detected [[methane]] in the Martian atmosphere, at a conce
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  • ...ontemporary Heroes and Heroines,'' Edited by Ray B. Browne, et al. (Gale Research, 1990).</ref> ...ted on March 1, 1932, from the Lindbergh home. After a nationwide ten-week search and ransom negotiations with the kidnappers, an infant corpse, identified b
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  • ...d gliders have been used in atmospheric and [[Aerodynamics|aerodynamic]] research. [[Motor glider]]s equipped with engines (often retractable), some capable ...aircraft, being the test vehicle for developing a commercial [[Sub-orbital spaceflight|sub-orbital passenger service]]; another rocket plane is the [[XCOR EZ-Rock
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  • .../11planet/ “Scientists reveal smallest extra-solar planet yet found,”] SpaceFlight Now (Feb. 11, 2005). Retrieved December 26, 2007.</ref> the planets orbitin ... projects have been proposed to create an array of [[space telescope]]s to search for extrasolar planets with masses comparable to the Earth. The [[NASA]] [[
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  • ...e shuttle]]s" do not use their engines after re-entry at the end of each [[spaceflight]], and so land as gliders. Radio Beacon]] ([[ELT]]) may also be fitted into the glider to reduce [[search and rescue]] time in case of an accident.
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  • In 1960, after an extensive search and selection process Gagarin was selected with 19 other cosmonauts for the ... full verbatim record of Gagarin's conversations with the Earth during the spaceflight.<ref name="cosmoworld">{{ru icon}} {{cite web |url=
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  • ...ymology Dictionary, [ Axis Mundi.] Retrieved February 18, 2008.</ref> and "''mundi''" o Axis mundi symbolism may be seen in much of the romance surrounding [[Spaceflight|space travel]]. A rocket enables travel from earth to the heavens. On the l
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