This work is a very colorful one with many different shapes as well. There is a blue horse in the right side of the work and two rainbows along with many other shapes and colors that can be seen as different things. There is also an object in the top left that looks like a moon painted green. There seems to be a few different elements of style used by Marc in this work. The colors definitely are symbolic for different things.
Frank Poole - The other astronaut who is awake for the entire journey to Saturn. Poole is mechanically skilled and is the one who makes extra-vehicular trips, one of which ultimately results in his death. Dr. Heywood Floyd - A senior government official. Floyd is sent to the moon to investigate TMA. He is an effective bureaucrat and a caring family man.
The Man on the Moon In 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first man to ever walk on the moon. As he took his first steps he said, “Thats one small step for man but one giant step for man kind.” Neil Armstrong was right when he said that. This event not only brought the people of the United States together, but people throughout the whole world. They all had one goal in mind, future achievements. The purpose of the first text, Man Takes First Steps on the Moon, is to inform the audience about the importance of Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin landing on the moon and discovering greater things than what you can ind on earth.
Apollo Mission Apollo 11 and Apollo 13 are most of the known missions from NASA history, they have many similarities that make them remarkable. Regardless of the similarities, they have been two completely unique missions in their cost, training, objectives and outlook in difference despite both of the missions where similar in the environment, knowledge and techniques. Their training and objectives are some of the many differences between these two missions. Apollo 11 emphasis on the first manned mission to land on the moon Apollo 13 explosion on board lead to circle the moon without landing but both of the crews successfully came back to Earth harmless. Training is one of the most important factors in the selection of the crew for both missions being based on their background in Apollo 11 Neil A. Armstrong Commander, Michael Collins Command Module Pilot and Buzz Aldrin Lunar Module Pilot had a Bachelors of Science degree, assigned pilots on a Gemini mission and involve in services for the U.S. as pilots either on Air force, Navy or Military Academy (Jones).
To completely view the moon’s pattern I will observe it during its zenith. To complete this observation I will use a variety of instruments to compare the different sizes of the moon I will get. The most critical instrument during this scientifical experiment is the basic cardboard paper towel cylinder. The cylinder provides the measurement that will display the estimate of the moon’s size by measuring in one-eighth inch in diameter. I will also have a ruler on hand to give me the measurements of the observations.
Buzz Aldrin, a part of the Apollo Mission, who first landed on the moon, swears he saw a UFO. He saw some weird lights and a ship on their way to the moon way back 1969. Another alien and UFO was narrated by an Air Force Officer. According to FOX news, Lt. Walter Haut released an affidavit after his death that not only did he saw a UFO, but also some alien bodies. In the other part of the world, doctors found some “materials” that are unlike anything on Earth.
This book presents the ability to fly light-years across the galaxy, millions of miles per second in a space craft. This kind of transportation has also been undiscovered, and according to many it is impossible. Because of this, it is a good example of fictional science. If humans could actually manage such a feat, we could find and colonize any livable planets, solving any worries of over-population and global warming. One last example of science is light speed communication.
They study the properties and fate of the universe, our own solar system, and the evolution of stars. Astronomers analyze data collected by observatories and satellites. They use satellites that orbit around the earth. These satellites observe light emitted or reflected from objects to gather information. The light has certain qualities that give information such as intensity (brightness) and color.
As we continue with the video broadcast we see that time has passed and the crews excitement and fun has diminished. Being in space has lost it’s thrill. Back in the zero gravity bay we see Lincoln, Gunner, and Jackson as they float in the air. The enjoyment is gone. Space has become work.
127 - 132; 151-153) Paper One due 3/18 ”Memento Mori” 2001 / Memento 2000 (in Adaptations, pp. 137 -153; Nolan’s story is included in this reading); Proposal for Research Paper/Project due today (typed) Horror: 3/25 “Herbert West—Reanimator: Six Shots by Moonlight” 1922 / Reanimator 1985 (Take-Home Midterm-due 4/8) Spring Break: 3/29 – 4/05 (no class) (in Adaptations, pp. 83 -100; Research Paper/Project Bibliography due next week 4/8 “The Fly” 1958 / The Fly 1986 (Midterm due) Research Paper/Project Bibliography due today Theatrical Adaptation: 4/15 God of Carnage 2006/ Carnage 2011 (purchase book in LAMC bookstore) (in Adaptations, pp. 158 – 183; you can skim portion on Soldier’s Story) Graphic Novel: 4/22 Ghost World 1997 / Ghost World 2001 (purchase book in LAMC bookstore) (in Adaptations, pp. 100 - 126); Paper Two due Comedy/Drama: 4/29 “Baster” 1996 / The