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BELOVOLOVA KSENYA

todetermine the
importance space
exploration
 to learn the history of space research;
 to learn the nowadays level of space
exploration
 to learn the facts of appearance of
unknown flying objects;
 to write a story about imaging meeting
with human beings;
 to make a photo presentation about
history of cosmonautics..
 theoretical analysis of the
literature;
 summarizing the information
.
Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolovsky worked out
the theory of cosmic flights
The first artificial sputnik was launched on
October 4, 1957. The Russians have every
right to be proud of it
The man who was standing behind Soviet space
strategy from the 1930s was Sergei Pavlovich
Korolev
. On April 12, 1961 the spaceship “Vostok”,
piloted by Yuri Gagarin, went up
Voskhod 2, launched
on 18 March 1965,
included the first
spacewalk.
Connected to the
spacecraft with a
tether, Alexei Leonov
spent around ten
minutes drifting in
space
Launched from Florida on July 16, the third lunar
mission of NASA's Apollo program was crewed by
Commander Neil Alden Armstrong
Hubble Space Telescope
The Mir base module was
launched on 20 February 1986
Unidentified flying object (commonly abbreviated
as UFO or U.F.O.)
 I enjoyed working on this theme. I summarized the material. It
seems most reasonable to offer the following main areas of
space research:

 1) building geostationary solar power plants
 2) environmental controls over surface of the Earth Space vehicles;
meteorological satellite service; navigation for ships, planes, ground
transportation, a system for receiving signals from distress; communications
and television;
 3) works associated with the deployment in orbit of cost-effective
production of dangerous on Earth's surface;
 4) works in the interest of maintaining world peace, stability and capacity-
confidence among States, prevention of aggression. This refers to the
creation open to public inspection satellite system to control land and ocean
surface, airspace ;
 5) research and development of the solar system;
 6) exploring the universe with the orbital telescopes and other astrophysical
orbital vehicles. They can bring us the most valuable and unusual
information.
Geostationary solar power plants (I offer imaginary modal
of such station. 36 000 km above the Earth solar battery
will be set. It will be square 10 km X 10 km. The solar
energy will be transmitted to the Earth)
Работа Беловоловой Ксеньи
ученицы 6 класса МОУ СОШ № 1 ст.Ленинградской
Краснодарского края
предоставлена на конкурс
“Space Tourist Adventure”
Oh! I’ll see an unknown
planet, I’ll call it Victoria!.