Instructor Teresa Paliwoda
August 23, 2009
The Future of Space
The universe is the whole of space and everything in it, including the earth, the planets, and the stars. Throughout recorded history, the ancient Greeks asserted that several cosmologies have been proposed to account for observations of the Universe. In the 18th century, many inventors had started to be interested in hot-air balloon; it had gradually developed as a helicopter, an airplane, and a rocket. As years go by, people had an abundant of imagination and headed to another world which was space, it also was caused the Space Race in the 1960s.
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