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The New York Times

04/29/17

The space edition


Today we take a look at the past,present, and the future of space travel.

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Sputnik 1 Launched The International Space


The Mission to Mars
Station, or ISS, is a massive
One major breakthrough in station positioned 249 miles Among the future goals of
recent history was the the above the surface of the earth. NASA is the colonization of
launch of the Russian satellite The ISS serves as a haven for Mars. This goal is not without
Sputnik 1. On October 4th 1957 scientists conducting research. its challenges though, the path
Sputnik was the first manmade It gives a unique low gravity to colonizing Mars is a long a
satellite to be launched into difficult journey. One of the
setting, in which many things
first steps is the Earth
space. Sputnik's launch would can be tested. The international
Dependent portion, this tests
add fuel to the space race. After space station is a result of the communications while still
sputnik's launch the United collaborative work of many near Earth. Next is the Proving
States would increase funding nations, showing that when Grounds, where humans
NASAs funding. Because of people work together anything venture farther out into space.
this funding NASA would be is possible. Lastly the Earth Independent
able to fund many projects In portion is when humans would
finally reach mars, and
many aspects we have Sputnik Editor, Tim Sharp Reference. International Space eventually colonize it.
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