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How Did We Get to the Moon?
This course will give a history of NASA's Manned Space program, from the humble beginnings of the Mercury program, through the Space Shuttle Program and even looking ahead to the Space Launch System.
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In this class, we will be going over the various crew vehicles of NASA that accomplished some of the greatest achievements of mankind. We will begin with the Mercury Program in the early 1960s, and go through the Gemini, Apollo, Space Shuttle, and up to the current SLS program, going over both the major milestones each accomplished as well as some basic technical aspects of the vehicles. We will have a slide show that provides some visuals and comparisons of the rockets and vehicles that...
The major Manned Space Programs at NASA The historical significance of each program How each program built upon the previous programs A selection of specific missions that accomplished specific milestones that eventually led to the Apollo Moon Landings, and will lead to the upcoming Artemis Landings
No homework for this class, but discussion after class with parents is always encouraged!
Just a good attitude and a desire for knowledge!
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As long as the student has fun and takes away some new information, that's a success in my book!
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Jackson SchulerThey Called Me a Space Cadet!
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16 completed classes
Hey There! I am a College Student (currently a Junior at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University) working to achieve a Bachelor in Aerospace Engineering with a minor in Space Studies. I have participated in a wide variety of organizations (Civil Air...