Monday, 17 June 2013

Bagaimana Mengembangkan Eksplorasi Antariksa?

"The moon is the first milestone on the road to the stars." 
*Arthur C. Clarke*

Welcome to the Space Exploration Web Site. 

This site is a concise yet comprehensive overview of the immense and expanding field of space exploration. Providing a combination of historical and functional information, this survey should unravel any mysteries that may impede your understanding of space exploration.

With this site, you should be able to find answers to a large array of questions, such as:

Who was the first man in space?

What is the most powerful rocket?

What makes a rocket scientist?

What was the purpose of the Galileo program?

Are we alone in the universe?

Feel free to surf this site for your interests, and I am sure if you do not have any now, you will find some.

Now enjoy!

Space Exploration Timeline


How Space is Explored


Issues on Space Exploration
About this Page

"Penjelajahan, Eksplorasi Antariksa akan membuka jalan baru bagi IPTEK Maju di masa depan"

On to Space Exploration Home Page On to Rocket Equations Page On to Stargazing Home Page
  1. Tell the purpose of space exploration and include the following:
    1. Historical reason
    2. Immediate goals in terms of specific knowledge
    3. Benefits related to Earth resources, technology, and new products
    Go To Reasons for Space Exploration
  2. Design a collector's card, with a picture on the front and information on the back, about your favorite space pioneer. Share your card and discuss four other space pioneers with your counselor.
    Go To Pioneers of Space Travel
    Go To History of Space Exploration
    Go To Time Line of Space Exploration
    Go To NASA History Page for Human Space Flight
  3. Build, launch, and recover a model rocket. Make a second launch to accomplish a specific objective. (Rocket must be built to meet the safety code of the National Association of Rocketry.) Identify and explain the following rocket parts.
    1. Body tube
    2. Engine mount
    3. Fins
    4. Igniter
    5. Launch lug
    6. Nose cone
    7. Payload
    8. Recovery system
    9. Rocket Engine
    Go To The Flight of the Rocket
    Go To Model Rocket Assembly
    Go To National Association of Rocketry: Model & High Power Rocketry
    Go To NAR -- Model Rocket Safety Code
    Go To Altitude Estimation
    Go To Rocket Launch Checklists
    Go To Glossary of Model Rocketry
  4. Discuss and demonstrate each of the following:
    1. The law of action-reaction
    2. How rocket engines work
    3. How satellites stay in orbit
    4. How satellite pictures of the Earth and pictures of other planets are made and transmitted
    Go To Newton's Laws
    Go To Rocket Propulsion
    Go To How Orbits Work
    Go To How Fast Is Fast?
    Go To Satellite Pictures
  5. Do TWO of the following:
    1. Discuss with your counselor an unmanned space exploration mission and an early manned mission. Tell about each mission's major discoveries, its importance, and what we learned from it about the planets, moons, or regions of space explored.
    2. Using magazine photographs, news clippings, and electronic articles (such as from the Internet), make a scrapbook about a current planetary mission.
    3. Design an unmanned mission to another planet or moon that will return samples of its surface to Earth. Name the planet or moon your spacecraft will visit. Show how your design will cope with the conditions of the planet's or moon's environment.
    Go To JPL Missions unmanned Missions reference
    Go To NASA History Page for Human Space Flight
    Go To The Project Apollo Archive reference on the Apollo moon missions
    Go To Views of the Solar System
    Go To How to Design Your Spacecraft
  6. Describe the purpose and operation of ONE of the following:
    1. Space Shuttle
    2. International Space Station
    Go To Space Shuttle
    Go To Shuttle Flights to Date
    Go To International Space Station Diagrams
    Go To NASA's International Space Station Home Page
  7. Design an inhabited base on the Moon or Mars. Make drawings or a model of your base. In your design, consider and plan for the following:
    1. Source of energy
    2. How it will be constructed
    3. Life-support system
    4. Purpose and function
    Go To How to Design Your Spacecraft
    Go To NASA's Vision for Space Exploration for plans for lunar bases.
    Go To The Case for Mars to find plans for Martian bases.
  8. Discuss with your counselor two possible careers in space exploration that interest you. Find out the qualifications, education, and preparation required and discuss the major responsibilities of those positions.
    Go To NASA Careers
  9.  Stargazing Astronomy Tour of the Night Sky.

    NASA Kids' Club

"We go into space because whatever mankind must undertake, free men must fully share."
*Almarhum President John F. Kennedy*

Lihat Juga:

Indonesian Space Sciences & Technology School

Indonesian University Space Research Association

Semoga Bermanfaat.

Maju Terus IPTEK Antariksa Tanah Air.

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