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    Have you ever looked up into the sky and wondered or imagined about space exploration and the possibility of going to Mars During the 1950s and ’60s President John F Kennedy had the incredible notion of furthering space exploration and putting a man on the Moon Last year our nation celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 landing on the Moon On July 20 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot o

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    With space travel becoming common and private companies promising to one day sendtourists into orbit it’s easy to assume that travel to the moon and beyond was a goal muchsupported by Americans But the drive to launch humans beyond Earth’s atmosphere wasn’talways supported The story of what fueled the endeavor is told in The Space Race

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    This is about the political background to the Space race between Russia and the USA It is organized with a variety of presentations such as links to actual news reels or YouTube showings of the moon landing and is a perfect YA read This was a

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    What a wonderful summary for middle grade or junior high readers on the Cold War and the race to put a man on the moon Part of the Inuire and Investigate series designed to improve the books available for libraries on STEM topics I wish I'd had books like this when I was young and wading through boring books on

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What do you see when you look up at the night sky The potential for amazing discoveries and scientific advancement During the 1950s and 60s some people also saw a place that needed to be claimedIn The Space Race How the Cold War Put Humans on the Moon Have you ever looked up into the sky and wondered or imagined about space exploration and the possibility of going to Mars During the 1950s and 60s President John F Kennedy had the incredible notion of furthering space exploration and putting a man on the Moon Last year our nation celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 landing on the Moon On July 20 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the Moon This book explores the fierce rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union that served the fuel for the fire that had America sending off a series of Apollo rockets into the vast unknown of space s frontier It took years and collaboration between scientists engineers and astronauts Armstrong Collins and Aldrin to land the Saturn spacecraft on the Moon The dynamics of science technology politics and other factors combined with overall teamwork resulted in one of the most significant accomplishments of the twentieth century Truly an enjoyable and engaging reference resource for middle school students ages 12 to 16 and certainly for any space enthusiast Readers are encouraged to explore with this interactive learning experience throughout its pages of links to primary sources STEAM activities archival photos graphs maps and educational cartoons The Space Race is one book in a set of four that explore the significant events of the 20th century The other three Inuire and Investigate titles in this set include The Vietnam War World War II From the Rise of the Nazi Party to the Dropping of the Atomic Bomb and Globalization Why We Care About Faraway Events After reading this book one may ask themselves is Mars then really impossible to reach and explore Check this book out from the Villa Park Public Library Healing Sex be claimedIn The Space Race How the Cold War Put Humans on the Moon Have you ever looked up into the sky and wondered or imagined about space exploration and the possibility of going to Mars During the 1950s and 60s President John F Kennedy had the incredible notion of furthering space exploration and putting a man on the Moon Last year our nation celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 landing on the Moon On July 20 1969 Neil Armstrong Spark (Stronger, became the first person to set foot on the Moon This Wonder Woman and Philosophy book explores the fierce rivalry Sozialismus Und Kapitalistische Gesellschaftsordnung between the United States and the Soviet Union that served the fuel for the fire that had America sending off a series of Apollo rockets into the vast unknown of space s frontier It took years and collaboration Sponsor. Tom 1 (Sponsor, between scientists engineers and astronauts Armstrong Collins and Aldrin to land the Saturn spacecraft on the Moon The dynamics of science technology politics and other factors combined with overall teamwork resulted in one of the most significant accomplishments of the twentieth century Truly an enjoyable and engaging reference resource for middle school students ages 12 to 16 and certainly for any space enthusiast Readers are encouraged to explore with this interactive learning experience throughout its pages of links to primary sources STEAM activities archival photos graphs maps and educational cartoons The Space Race is one Dragons Bride (The Dragon and the Scholar book in a set of four that explore the significant events of the 20th century The other three Inuire and Investigate titles in this set include The Vietnam War World War II From the Rise of the Nazi Party to the Dropping of the Atomic Bomb and Globalization Why We Care About Faraway Events After reading this Absolute Banking English book one may ask themselves is Mars then really impossible to reach and explore Check this

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Red as the first person to set foot on the moon the people and events behind this accomplishment populate a fascinating tale of politics science technology and teamwork that resulted in what might be the greatest accomplishment of the twentieth century This is about the political background to the Space race between Russia and the USA It is organized with a variety of presentations such as links to actual news reels or YouTube showings of the moon landing and is a perfect YA read This was a One Book One Phoenix selection