Space to the Future Timeline

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Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Astronomy
Grade:
6,7,8

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Space to the Future Timeline

1969

1609

Sally Ride was the fist American woman in space.

1971

1959

1983

Salyut 1 was the first space station (launched by Russia)

Galileo discovered that the earth orbits around the sun.

1961

First man on the mooon- Neil Armstrong

Space to the Future

2011

2030

Yuri Gagarin(Russian)The first person to orbit Earth (enter space)

First man in space

sputnik 1 launched by soviet union

Kepler 22b is an earth like planet that NASA discovered

Planned to be the first astronaunt to land on Mars

VocabularyWater- H2O that is most of the world's capacityAstronaunt- a trained specialist to enter into spaceSpace walk- a task performed by an astronaunt in spaceMagnetosphere- a region surrounding earth where the

Ozone- an oxygen filled areaSun- the only star in our solar systemmagnetic field isEarth's magnetic field- a magnetic field surrounding earth at 2 points, north and southZero gravity- when there is no gravity and things are weightlessSolar System- 8 planets that orbit one sunAtmosphere- a cloud that lays over earth full of air

Exercise science is the study of physiological and functional adaptations to movement. To become one you have to have studies in anatomy, chemistry, biology, physiology, biomechanics, exercise prescription, psychology, nutrition, and injury management. The scientists enabled me to understand how and why people move and the factors which limit and enhance our capacity to move.The requirements and responsibilities of this specific field of employment are initially training and seeking the physical limits to the human body. Furthermore, they would track the breathing habits of a physical, moderate physical, and lazy person while running or doing any physical activity that requires movement of the muscles. I would penetrate this specific jobs because of my interests in nutrition and biology. The study of exercise allows me to peek into my nutrition and for me to stay in shape.

Going weightless might look easy, but in reality it takes a heavy toll on the human body. While in space, you may float, but in there are actually some very harmful things that can be happening to you. In zero-gravity, muscles shrink, which means our most important muscle, the heart, also shrinks. The flow of blood throughout the body is also compromised. On earth, hearts are constantly fighting gravity to pump blood upwards, but in zero-gravity blood rushes unhindered to the top of the body, creating puffy faces and eyes that sometimes bulge. A lack of gravity even affects the spine: vertebrae stretch, sometimes painfully, making the human body about two and a half inches taller in orbit.Astronauts have been known to experience recurrences of childhood bouts of the chicken pox on missions. Treating any orbital illnesses can be difficult. Studies indicate some drugs, including antibiotics and birth control pills, lose their potency in a weightless environment.


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