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What others say: Americans still reaching for the stars?

Americans are spoiled when it comes to space travel. We beat the Soviet Union (now Russia) to the moon...begs a larger question. Is there truly a place for space travel for private companies taking civilians up into the outer...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-11-05/what-others-say-americans-still-r
Opinion

...to read about a world where war and rumors of war have become extinct, where pollution has been cleared up, where space travel has opened new worlds to us? No, conflict sells.Movies, too, always lean heavily toward a future Earth in which...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/2014-01-11
Community
What others say: The 'right stuff' might cure what ails us

...create the intricate technological systems needed for such a mission.Yet our nation embraced such endeavors, from space travel to self-cleaning ovens, with an eye toward the future. ...Fast-forward to today. We now see our nation locked...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-10-21/what-others-say-the-right-stuff-m
Opinion

...of them, however, were built for use on Earth, and space travel presented challenges, from the loads and vibrations...said he never conceived how pivotal it could be for space travel. But he said that until metal becomes commonly used...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/martha-mendoza/2013-09-29
'Loud and clear'

...outer space was exciting. Hamilton and Holmes asked Anderson a variety of questions ranging from the role women play in space travel to what man-made and natural features are visible from space. "Getting to know the things he likes to do and the...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/070807/news_3014.shtml
News
NASA proves space nuts are out there, after all

...of what just happened or point out that the star is acting out of character. I?ve been the most vocal when watching space-travel shows and movies. Whether about moon shots, Martian monsters, suspended animation or wormholes, these...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/021807/people_0218peo004.shtml
People
Around the District

...Admission is free. Kaleidoscope School of Arts and Science In science lab, students are exploring forces that impact space travel and living in space. Older students are looking at creating a community on Mars. Mrs. Shelden?s and Mrs. Stroh?s classes...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/022807/schools_0228sch002.shtml
Schools
2008: A Spaceman Odyssey

...on the summer solstice, when the sun never really sets, instead just ducking behind the mountains for a few hours, space travel seemed absolutely possible. After trekking 500 miles through windy, mountain-dotted, dual-lane roads, my buddy...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/062908/spo_255874705.shtml
Rocket man: Local teacher close to space travel dream

As a middle school science teacher, Allan Miller is used to broadening the horizons of young learners in a wide sweep of scientific concepts.

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030109/new_285212502.shtml

...2003 Playing it cool Fall semester under way with enrollment on the rise Youngsters get glimpse of future of space travel Menu States differ on ordering divorced parents to pay for college fees Best, worst children's snacks listed...

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