Kirk successfully captures Kahn from the Klingon planetoid, and defeats Admiral Marcus by boarding his ship (with help from Spock and Kahn). These actions demonstrate Captain Kirk’s competence as a leader, and show his crew that he’s able to handle the challenges the Enterprise faces. Another sign of a great leader is one that takes action for an altruistic cause, and seeks out the greater good. Kirk is always leading his crew toward the greater good, even if he has to disobey the rules to do it. He makes the decision to save a race of primitive aliens by stopping a nearby volcano from erupting, despite the fact that Starfleet protocol doesn’t allow him to do so.
Zach W. Wilkes Honors English III Mrs. Clemmons 27 November 2012 3nD1ezZxH0r150nzXxX420 – Why we should continue to fund Space Exploration. How many of you remember what happened on February 1st, 2003? Let’s talk about what happened that day. Just after space shuttle Columbia began its journey into space the shuttle’s left wing was damaged by a piece of foam insulation that broke off from the external fuel tank. The resulting damage proved fatal during Columbia’s reentry through the earth’s atmosphere, where friction can produce temperatures of up to 3000 degrees.
Without Soldiers applying “LDRSHIP” to their work and personal life the Army would screech to a halt. Does every From the day we enter basic training the seven Army Values: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Soldier live up to these values? Unfortunately no, when all of the Values are applied you have ‘leadership’; and every leader in the Army has these values. All leaders have the ability to instill the Army Values in a Soldier. An interesting point about the Army Values is that none of them are physical traits.
Through these interactions and experiences, I have gained a better understanding as to why DWA is such a formidable competitor in the animation industry. II. Background DreamWorks Studios (DW) is a motion picture company founded in 1994 by Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen.  In the same year of inception, DW signed a co-production deal with Pacific Data Images (PDI) for motion picture visual effects. By 1998, PDI became its own DW subsidiary, creating computer generated feature films including Antz, The Prince of Egypt and Chicken Run.
But his nationalistic approach and remorseful feelings saved him from their curses. Therefore his courageous and brave heroism made him a motivational figure, naming craters on the moon, famous soccer clubs and churches after his name. * Da Gama was born in 1460 and was brought up by Estêvão da Gama as his third son in Sines, Portugal. Being the son of a commander of fortress, Vasco possessed a strong patriotic feeling towards Portugal and its military. As a student of navigation classes, he developed a tough and fearless explorer inside him, which in return helped him solidify his reputation as a sailor.
Though the Ranger missions | |missed their target and the first Apollo spacecraft, sitting on the ground, caught fire, the space program had taken off. On | |July 20, 1969 Americans, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon while Michael Collins orbited around it. The space | |program achieved spectacular success in July 1975 when the Apollo astronauts linked up in orbit with two Russian cosmonauts. | |Explorations by nature are hazardous; people have always died. Setbacks are the price we pay for advances.
The Moon Landings introduce landmark controversy through political, social, environmental, scientific and exploration factors. All arguments prompt deliberation as to whether the 1969 landings can be considered a historical landmark. #Neil Armstrong was the first man to set foot on the moon with Buzz Aldrin following 20 minutes after. The famous words of Armstrong ‘That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind’ as he took his first step on the moon remain significant to this day. Armstrong noted that the landing had left a small crater on the moon.
The second proof is the declaration of Dr. Norman about these special rocks. He said that they had discovered pieces of glass in the moon rock that were the result of meteorite impacts and volcanic activity over billions of years ago. Also he added that this kind of volcanic glass does not belong to the Earth because it can be destroyed immediately by water in the world in few million years; due to this explanation it is almost sure that the rocks came from the Moon. Finally, the third fact is given by Dr. David McKay, Chief Scientist for Planetary Science and Exploration at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC). He has hundreds of documents about the origin of the Moon’s rocks brought by Apollo.
This, for scientists is a very realistic possibility, and therefore we must continue to shed light on the unknown parts of the universe and specifically Mars, so that one day you might face the heartbreaking situation in which your grandchild is going on a one way-trip to the red planet. Why Mars? The planet Gliese 581 st surface conditions are ideal for us humans to live in, so why isn't that planet Nasa's target for our potential second home? The sole reason for this is that Gliese 581 is 20.3 light years away from Earth, or 192048727 000 000 kilometers. The fastest spacecraft made by humans is Voyager 1 and speeds along in the emptiness of space with 57,600 kph, whereby the speed of light is 1.07925285000000000 kph.
Bjorn Warford Research Paper Space Hazards SpaceZ is in the midst of their mission to visit and colonize Mars. They have already developed the technology to get to Mars and have already underwent several cargo missions in which equipment, supplies, and more were transported to Mars to facilitate the colonization process and to save space on the manned flight. The plan is without a doubt following the necessary course laid out for success, however, all of that was about to change. Space proves to create problems for the mission and its crew. The crew encounters a few obstacles on their trip such as the effects of long-term space flights and radiation exposure, as well as a run in with space hazards.