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...space. A gang set space can be referred to as the actual region where members of a gang come together as a gang, within a particular neighborhood (Tita, Cohen, and Engberg 273). The aim of this paper is to demonstrate gang territories in Crips and Bloods in Los Angeles. The Crips was formed back in the late nineteen sixties, and it later became the most... Gang Territories Today, many urban environments are characterized by criminal gangs who compete for the control of gang territories and any available resources. More often, gangs declare ownership of large territorial regions; however, the gang members concentrate their actual activities in specific restricted areas. As a result, they form a set...
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Space Exploration
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...Space Exploration with a supporting claim to continue funding the NASA SpaceProgram. COVER STORY During the heat of the space race in the 1960s, NASA decided it needed a ballpoint pen to write in the zero gravity confines of its space capsules. After considerable research and development, the Astronaut Pen was developed at a cost of approximately $1 million US dollars. The pen worked and also enjoyed some modest success at a novelty item back here on earth. The Soviet Union, faced with the same problem, used a pencil. ABSTRACT NASA and its voluminous funding by the US government have been burning questions from day one. While the proponents of NASA funding have a firm... Pros and Cons of continuing...
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Space & time
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...SPACE IN SITUATION Our purpose is to consider space in situation, as opposed to ly. This means to identify what is present spatially (the ‘presence’) to what is present temporally. In other words, to think the whole space as ‘standing’ solely in the present and explain why this conception has remained counterintuitive. Three implications (1) The present is no longer a simple temporal limit but an entity, i.e. what takes place (with space seen as the place being taken): this present in the two meanings of the term being a proper common part between space and time. (2) There is therefore no separation a...
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Space Analysis
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...Space Analysis: Case Study on Sulzerareal, Winterthur (Switzerland) Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 2. OF THE SPACE 2 SULZER- AREAL, WINTERTHUR (SWITZERLAND) 3. METHODOLOGY 4. DATA PRESENTATION 4.1 SULZER- AREAL, WINTERTHUR AS PUBLIC SPACE 4.2 SULZER-AREAL AND HOW IT HAS BEEN ACCOMMODATED 4.3 THE ERGONOMICS OF THE PUBLIC SPACE OF SULZER-AREAL 5. DISCUSSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS 6. CONCLUSION 7. REFERENCES 1. Introduction Theoretically, space attains a meaning when it is inhabited by a human being. According to scholars, physically and geographically a space is a social territory. In order...
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Space Tourism
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...SPACE TOURISM: POTENIALS AND PERILS Space Tourism: Potentials and Peris Complete department and al affiliation Changes in affiliation (if any) Acknowledgments Contact Information Executive Summary There is great potential in the space tourism industry. Technology has finally caught up and is now affording more people the opportunity to go into space for as low as $24,000. This is millions away from the $35 million the first space tourist paid. It is not the same experience, naturally, but it still gets you into space. The billions of dollars that may be earned and the capacity of the businessmen to build the infrastructure to make it happen both contribute to the attractiveness... Running head: SPACE...
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Space Elevator
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...Space Elevator - Your divan in the Unknown!! Man, by nature, is an innovator. He has continuously tested the horizon of the thought and imagination resulting in a breathtaking array of inventions and discoveries. However, the space has remained a challenge - apart from sporadic missions and a few lunar expeditions; man has not been able to tame the unknown here. The radical concept of the space elevator seems to overcome that - it combines the dual quest of scientific expedition and the search for a viable foreign zone, capable of habitat, with physical proximity and connectivity to earth. The space elevator is conceptualised as a vessel which facilitates transport from any celestial body... ...
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ASTRONAUTICS & SPACE
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...SPACE International Space station More than 15 nations are responsible for building a large inhabited Earth satellite, which is calledInternational Space Station (ISS). One American astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts occupied the station in 2000, after the first part of station was launched in 1998. ISS orbits earth from 52 degrees north latitude to 52 degrees south latitude, at an altitude of around 400 kilometers. The participants include Japan, Brazil and member nations of European Space Agency. While USA and Russia are major providers of equipment and modules, Canada has built a mobile robot arm that was installed in the year 2001.Radio signals are used by earth scientists... ASTRONAUTICS & SPACE...
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Space Shuttle
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...Space Shuttle Introduction: The space shuttles are true aerospace vehicles. They exit earth and its atmosphere under rocket power provided which has three liquid-fueled main engines and two solid-fuel boosters attached to an external liquid fuel tank. After their missions in orbit end, the shuttles streak back through the atmosphere and are maneuvered to land like an airplane. But the shuttles without power are more likely to land like a glide on runways. Unlike other rockets which can place heavy payloads into space only once, these space shuttles are designed to be used 100 times. 2. History: In October 1968 NASA had...
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Jewish space
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...space. It is also important to highlight that the paper has been segmented into various portions for the enhancement of neatness and clarity in terms of presentation. This is for the clear and attractive work that is pleasing to the eye of the reader of the paper. The paper has been put into sections such as the thesis statement, literature review, research methodology as well as data presentation and the actual analysis. All these are procedurally done in the paper for the clear presentation of the work or the paper. Thesis statement There is little space to be occupied in the Jewish areas. Research... By: Introduction It is important to highlight that this paper delves in the discussion of the Jewish...
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Jewish space
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...space Introduction It is important to highlight that this paper delves in the discussion of the Jewish space. It is also important to highlight that the paper has been segmented into various portions for the enhancement of neatness and clarity in terms of presentation. This is for the clear and attractive work that is pleasing to the eye of the reader of the paper. The paper has been put into sections such as the thesis statement, literature review, research methodology as well as data presentation and the actual analysis. All these are procedurally done in the paper for the clear presentation of the work or the paper. Thesis statement There is little space to be occupied in the Jewish areas...
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Space International
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...Space International to undertake a usability test on their website. Space International is gathering data to be used as informative baseline to be used for surety purposes after site redesign and re-architecture. To explore the way test participants observed and self-organized Space related information, Webmasters involved only three participants from different department within Space International to do a card sort of functionalities found on the current website; these selection criteria was due to time factor which was limited. Webmasters then asked the same... Website Usability Test Report 1. Executive Summary Webmasters, a prominentusability and software ergonomics company, was contracted by Space ...
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Space Exploration
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...Space exploration Have you ever wanted to travel to the outer space? Orbit around the earth in spacecraft or visit the moon and other planets on the galaxy using sophisticated technology at the taxpayers' expense? Ever closed your eyes and dreamt of walking on the moon’s surface, just like Neil Armstrong when he became the first person to set foot on the moon’s surface? Have you ever considered taking pictures of ‘the red planet’ by employing powerful lenses mounted on satellite dishes located on the outer space? These are some of the flashy images that come to one's mind when thinking about space exploration. The government and NASA have conspired to brainwash the ordinary person... with...
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...Space Cultural Space The purpose of this paper is to provide a detailed of the MoroccanCourt at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This paper describes the location of the courtyard within the entire space of the New Galleries; what has been included in the Moroccan Court exhibition; how it is displayed; the way objects are arranged and how a visitor interacts within the space. In addition, the paper addresses how architecture is employed to exhibit culture; whether what is being displayed is skewed or reflective of the true culture; what it means to put culture on display; whether the exhibition is a wonder or resonance; and whether the recreated courtyard further the designer and museum’s... ?Cultural...
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Outer Space and Inner Space
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...Space and Inner Space Films Film History The beginning of the changes in the world of film can be traced back in 1933 when King Kong achieved huge success both in music and film. King Kong’s impact in the film industry cannot be overstated as it impacted the music industry too with invested techniques in scroe and synchronization. The major influence can be attributed to changes in the way music composers think. “Theremin” is a new technique of sound which was developed at around 1940 and 1950 following King Kong’s success. Theremin influenced the film and music industry as it added vast possibilities and choice. This paper seeks to discuss why Theremin became popular during... Theremin Use in Outer...
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Space Shuttle Challenger
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...Space Shuttle Challenger Introduction From the early twentieth century advancements in the technological arena were witnessed in the developed nations. The curiosity of study about space has increased ever since and technological advancements have been made to find out more about space. Space Shuttles have been designed from the 1960s to fulfill this goal and the space shuttle Challenger was build for this purpose only. The mission of Challenger was to explore the space in a different way and included the services of a teacher who was selected after a thorough research. Around 73 seconds...
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U.S. Space Program vs. Japan Space Program
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...Space Program vs. Japan Space Program In the early periods of space exploration, most countries were unwilling or lackedthe ability to explore the resources required for large scale national space programs. In fact, during this period only the US and the Soviet Union supported these kinds of programs. Subsequently, both countries grew stronger in space exploration and became unchallenged pre-eminence in space activities and technologies. However, in recent years, the international interest and activities in space exploration has grown tremendously and many countries have started taking part in the same. This change of heart by most countries towards space exploration has been brought about... U.S. Space ...
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Mental space compared with physical space
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...space and physical space contrasts in theory. Mental space can be considered ive as it entails one imaginative world and links it to what may possibly exist and what may be a possibility. According to Gilles Fauconnier author of "Mental Spaces" mental spaces contain spaces and contain long term knowledge and share interconnected spaces (1). Physical space can be understood as what exists or can exist and often times can be tangible. Physical space can be justified by science and may include an explanation as to why it exists and how it functions. Physical space can be objective as it remains and exists regardless of the thought process of that of the recipient. Mental space ties... ...
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Environment and Space
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...space utilization of the building making it a priority for occupant safety, wellbeing, and comfort. The design also linked with operational... The Alfaselaya tower The Alfaselaya tower Alfaselaya tower is a complex building located at the center of Riyadh Riyadh is a capital city of Saudi Arabia kingdom and is located in Nejd region. The building is a perfect choice for my report because of it aesthetic beauty. It has an architectural design characterized by an attractive facades made up of tapered structure and a sharp arc at the top. The facades contain three blocks with horizontal lines of parapets protruding to form a pyramid like structure. The building is set on an enjoyable site of Riyadh city...
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Earth and Space Science
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...Space Science Remote sensing of the atmosphere is very essential for the risk-free navigation of airways and weather forecasting of a region over a particular span of time. The process of remote sensing works on the principle of emission and reflection of electromagnetic radiations through the changing medium of gases present in the atmosphere. Instruments connected to aircrafts and space based platforms of satellite devises perform the function of remote sensing with the analysis of the electronic data recorded during the emission of such radiation for the establishment of forecast ideas. This is a process involving the transmission of radio waves of different frequency through different... ?Earth and...
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Space, the amazing universe
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...Space, the amazing universe Space is defined as a place where only air exists. However, science has a different explanation to the term. Scientist defer in the description of space. Substantivalists say that space is an independent object that exists all by its self as it does not contain any matter. In this case, space is independent. Religionists argue that space cannot exist as a single entity. Scientifically, space is an independent variable that does not require other entities in order to attain its full definition. The galaxy is made of objects that exist in...
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Living space in architecture
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...space Introduction Living space is a focal point in architecture. For designing to have its way, it is appropriate to think and conceive about the space people live in. This is done by decoding of its characteristic nature and finding out on the message conveyed by its complete form. By doing this, the architecture is made aware of his or her living space. The creation of awareness leads to a deeper understanding of spatial and space experiences. In architecture an approach of conception of spaces and evaluation of their appearance physically and characteristics are categorized under...
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20th Century Public Space
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...Space List of Figures Figure Courtyard of Montagu House, Bloomsbury, 1754………………………….…….Page 3 Figure 2 Smirke Building……………..……………………………………….……………Page 5 Figure 3 King’s Library………………………..……………………………………………Page 6 Figure 4 The Great Court at the British Museum Designed by Norman Foster…..………..Page 8 Introduction Public spaces are critical components of urban areas. According to Worpole public spaces are any areas that are open and accessible to people (p. 3). This may include roads, public arenas, government buildings, libraries museums among other structures. It is imperative to note that the public spaces include outdoor and indoor spaces. Historically, pubic spaces were used... ? 20th Century Public...
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National space centre
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...Space Centre and the 7 Ps Task: Business Essentials: National Space Centre and the 7 P’s Content List Executive Summary………………………………………………………3 Introduction……………………………………………………………….3 People as an aspect of Marketing Mix……………………………………4 Price……………………………………………………………………….6 Overall Service Proffer: Event…………………………………………....6 Conclusion………………………………………………………………...9 References………………………………………………………………..10 Business Essentials: National Space Centre and the 7 P’s Executive Summary In every business situation, marketing is vital in order to survive in the competitive world. Marketing entails the executive process of discovering and predicting customers’ needs in an attempt... commodities or services...
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Space Mission: Cassini-Huygens
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...Space Mission: Cassini–Huygens Since its inception in the mid-20th century the United s NASA program has contributed to space exploration and human progress in a myriad of ways. While space observation is a prominent aspect of operations, perhaps the most seminal occurrences are the space missions. Few living souls are unaware of the Apollo missions that inspired a nation and physically took humanity to a universe unknown. Even as manned space flight has garnered the most public attention, no less important are the module controlled space missions. This essay examines one such mission, the Cassini-Huygens exploration of Saturn. Cassini-Huygens is a NASA mission that explored Saturn and its... Space...
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Space Tourism Intro
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...space tourism. This paper, entitled Risk Management Analysis: Space Tourism, toils just that. On the issues of track record, safety standards and the quality of spaceflights which consistently ply passengers to and from space, this paper daresays the obvious: Should we compromise the lives of people? How can we prevent accidents from happening? In this light, this paper deliberately delves further to look for insights in the past of space tourism, suborbital flights, past accidents during the recent history, and for ways to identify, reduce and to eventually prevent risks... In recent years, the academicians and the public have expressed alarms about the degree of safety and risk preparedness regarding...
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Magnificent Architectural Space
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...Space Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-1778) Piranes Prima Parte di Architetture e Prospettive, c.1743 Etching, engraving, sulphur tint or open bite, plate (27.5 cm x 37.8 cm) Plate No. LXIX/LXX; Annotated in ink, bottom, numbered, upper right corner The Hatton Gallery Collection Magnificent Architectural Space, the eighteenth-century print by Giovanni Battista Piranesi depicts a rhythmic progression of columns leading toward a center rotunda. The grandeur of perspective is emphasized by the light and shadow effects and the height of arcs comparative to the miniature figures of people. This etching constitutes a valuable entry to the comprehensive... 6- Catalogue Entry Magnificent Architectural Space...
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Gender and Social Space
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...spaces. Introduction There is a basic difference in the waythe men move in the social spaces vis--vis the women. This difference is apparent in all of the minor activities that the person is undertaking. Starting from something as simple as throwing a stone to lifting an object the method of movement between the genders is different. In this paper, the different ways that the people employ to move in social spaces is taken into consideration and this has been presented here. By social spaces, all the following are meant: The movement between man and wife, man and woman in all contexts, woman and woman is also... Discuss some of the myriad ways in which gender influences how people move through social...
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Managing visitors space
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...Space Managing visitors’ space Museums have recently developed as an important tourist attraction sites in the entire world. They have a significant role in individual leisure activities and constitutes of important tourist attractions. Consumers have been described to spent a substantial amount of money when they visit the museums, in consideration to the admission charges and the museum restaurants and shops expenditure. All museums share various particularities and similar functions. The economic approaches of museums rely on standard theory, especially in conditions where resources are scarce. Tourism has been identified to bring with it peak seasons, and also result... , and it aids in...
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Space Age Furniture
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...Space Age Furniture Company Contents Introduction 3 Questions & Answers 4 References 14 Introduction In the given case study, we can find that the Space Age Furniture Company is into the business of manufacturing cabinets and tables which are used for holding portable televisions and microwave ovens. The tables are made according to various sizes and various characteristics. Although all the products follow the same operations for production and assembly functions, still two products, namely the Gemini TV stand and the Saturn microwave stand have a component (no. 3079) which needs machining on a particular lathe equipment applied for the making of that special part only. Ed Szewczak, an able...
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Space Shuttle Challenger Accident
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...Space Shuttle Challenger Accident Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts 15 April Tableof Contents I. Abstract. II. Introduction. III. Body. IV. Conclusion. V. Reference. Abstract The Space Shuttle Challenger exploded into flames last 1986. The accident unnecessarily took the lives of the seven astronauts instantly. The officers of NASA and its related agencies are to blame for the Space Shuttle Challenger Explosion. The officers did not heed warning of the whistle blowers to postpone the launch until all repairs are made. The Space Shuttle Challenger explosion precipitates to recommendations to stop a...
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Controversy over space exploration
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...space exploration Space exploration is over half-a-century old, and yet its tangible results that are beneficial to humanity at large remain to be seen, despite consuming billions of money. That argument is at least in accordance with the lay man’s perception, which has often been refuted by scientists and the proponents of space exploration, who observes that space exploration has sparked unprecedented technological advancement, business and inspiration (Launius, 56). Space exploration has emerged as a very controversial subject, to the extent of wondering whether the controversy is inspired by genuine concerns, or by the unwillingness of some people to engage or wait... for the tangible...
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Space Shuttle Challenger
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...Space Shuttle Challenger Introduction From the early twentieth century advancements in the technological arena were witnessed in the developed nations. The curiosity of study about space has increased ever since and technological advancements have been made to find out more about space. Space Shuttles have been designed from the 1960s to fulfill this goal and the space shuttle Challenger was build for this purpose only. The mission of Challenger was to explore the space in a different way and included the services of a teacher who was selected after a thorough research. Around 73 seconds...
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Columbia Space Shuttle
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...Space Shuttle Introduction In 2003 of February 1, millions of observers were taken aback by the explosion of Columbia Space Shuttle as it approached the earth’s environment. The disaster was found to be caused by a busted section of tubing containing padding suds at the outer side of the tank. The resulting broken piece smashed a portion of the left wing. The impact damaged the thermal protection system of the entire spaceship. This thermal system supposedly protects the spaceship from the earth’s atmospheric heat. In its flaw, the whole spaceship went into pieces and the tragedy cost the lives of all seven crews (Roberto, Bohner, and Edmondson, 2006). Even without... Columbia...
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Russian Space Exploration
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...Space Exploration Copyright Russia, which was the core of the former Soviet Union, has had a long and illustrious history in effortsdirected towards the exploration of space. This country has had more firsts in space than any of its rivals, including the United States. The first probes to Venus and Mars, as well as the first soft landings on these planets are achievements of the Russian space program. In addition, the first interception of the moon Phobos around Mars was a Russian achievement. However, although humanity has come a long way since the first artificial satellite orbited around the earth, the vastness of space still overwhelms all those who chose to ponder on it. Economic... Russian Space...
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Space and Place
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...Space and place presence for an organization Space and place presence for an organization Introduction Space or digital presence is a form of marketing, which involves using a media that cannot be touched, and therefore, is not physically in existence. Examples include websites and blogs. On the other hand, place or physical presence is a marketing medium that is actually there including billboards, posters, and stores. This paper examines the “space” (digital) and “place” (physical) presence in a business organization. It analyzes the marketing implications for reaching market segments using both mediums. In addition, the...
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Space program contrast
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...Space Race: The Competition of Space Exploration The Space Race: The Competition of Space Exploration The concept of entering space has long been a dream of the human species. The dream of the stars, the urge to explore and know what is unknown, has been a driving force behind technology and discovery. Since Galileo first looked into the cosmos and discovered that the sun was the center of the planetary orbit, the use of instruments and the development of technology has helped to inform the human race of its true place in the universe, stretching knowledge in ways that could have never been imagined. There is some speculation that spending more money on the space program in the United States...
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Indian space program
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...Space Programme Introduction/Significance of the Study: India is a country that has broken free of the shackles of their colonial past and emerged as a super power, shedding the hangover of their traditional image. Similarly, with the advent of technology, humans have become capable of achieving impossible feats as time goes by. Earlier, it was nothing but a dream for the human race to travel to space, but this dream transformed into reality with the help of significant contributions from various scientists. The Russians were the first to launch a space shuttle into the exteriors of the earth’s atmosphere, quick to follow were the Americans as well as the British. However, there was another... ?Indian...
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Space Shuttles Flight Path
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...Space Transportation System (STS), encompassing 'intergovernmental agency requirements and international and joint projects, and the launch and space flight requirements for civilian and commercial use' (NASA). NASA shuttle systems are comprised of four elements: 1) an orbiter spacecraft; 2) dual Solid Rocket Boosters (SRB); 3) an external fuel tank for oxidizer; 4) and three Space Shuttle main engines. Reuse of the tank and boosters is a critical. The shuttle is launched in an upright position by thrust of the engines and the two SRB. In an approximately a two minute time interval, the two boosters are spent and are separated from the external... In the United s, NASA provides all oversight on the...
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Current space system
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...space system In this study, I offer detailed analysis of Satellite Swath as the current space system that was not discussed in class. A satellite swath refers to the area of the earth that is usually imaged during a satellite orbit. The width for such a satellite swath may vary and range from between ten to hundreds of kilometers. In every instance of orbit, the satellite swath covers a specific area of the earth. The satellite orbit’s elevation is designed in a manner that allows the swath to retrace a similar path and location repetitively over an interlude of time, usually several weeks. This is to imply that it has a geostationary orbit (Chesley 202-211). In the provision of remote... Current space ...
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Behaviour in Public Space
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...space has become an increasingly central element in the control of crime. Bannister et al. (2006) argue that recent developments in the policies governing urban space point to a growing willingness to neglect of public space as a means of addressing root causes of urban antipathy and crime in favour of tailoring public space to the needs of consumers. If, in fact, as Bannister et al. contend, the recent regulation of “respectful” behaviour in public spaces has begun to promote consumption at the expense of promoting understanding through meaningful, respectful interaction among... As the process of urbanization continues globally, understanding the diverse effects of the policies governing urban space ...
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Space shuttle columbia failure
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...Space shuttle Columbia failure Introduction: On February 2003, the Space shuttle Columbia collapsed in Texas as well as some parts of Louisiana, when it was trying to re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere (Cabbage and Harwood, 94). During the collapse, the space shuttle killed all the seven crew who were on board. The collapse occurred just shortly after the space shuttle was scheduled to accomplish its 28th space mission, dubbed the STS-107 (NASA, n.p.). General description: The space shuttle Columbia was the first orbiter constructed with the ability to fly, and it weighed approximately 3,600 kilograms (NASA, n.p.). Thus, due to this heavy weight, the space shuttle Columbia was not suitable... ...
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Public Space Today
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...Space Today Introduction It is fascinating to explore the ways in which spaces are interpreted and used across cultures and generations. Urban buildings and landscapes are reinterpreted in a number of ways by various generations, with their distinct perspectives, preferences, and ideas. The various generations, embedding distinct clusters of interpretations and insights on the spaces that they occupy or experience, naturally have personal interpretations of their experiences. The main point of this paper is the unpredictability of meaning of public space relative to how it is perceived today. Understanding Public...
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Signal Space Cooperative Communication
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...Space Cooperative Communication This paper proposes a new idea called ‘Signal Space Communication (SSC)’ which is based on the concept of signal space diversity. In Signal Space Communication, there should be cooperation between the source and the relay and here the cooperation is achieved with the help of ‘Novel Constellation Design’ (Motahari, Ahmadzadeh & Khandani). Here the original constellation is expanded so that it can accommodate all possible combinations of different components of signal points in the original constellation. In order to cooperate effectively in the relay phase, it is necessary for the relay to extract all the information required. This is possible with the help... ?Signal Space ...
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Business Etiquette - Cubical Space
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...Space Insert Insert Insert 9 July Introduction Business etiquette is one of the drivers of a successful business. It defines how a businessperson responds to customers’ demands or request of either goods or service delivery. Regardless of whether the customer is right or wrong, it is always important to respond in a professional manner where decorum takes centre stage in everything. This paper seeks to discuss four rules to consider when one is in the business of partitioning large rooms to create individual workspace. Being in a company that provide cubicle space designed with dividers in large rooms, there are specifics that will give us a competitive advantage in this field... for Career...
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Hubble space telescope
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...Space Telescope Like many of the great feats of space exploration, the Hubble Space telescope has a long history. Named after Edwin Hubble, the famous astronomer, the telescope was finally launched in 1990; after years of delays and forced cancellations due to issues such as the Challenger disaster of 1986. Although the technology used within the Hubble telescope was and remains some of the most advanced optics that have yet been developed, the idea for a space based telescope was planned long before the telescope itself was officially designed or launched. As such, this brief analysis will consider the initial need and desire for such an instrument, development... of the telescope, launch...
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National Space Centre
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...Space Centre and the 7 Ps Task: Business Essentials: National Space Centre and the 7 P’s Content List Executive Summary………………………………………………………3 Introduction……………………………………………………………….3 People as an aspect of Marketing Mix……………………………………4 Price……………………………………………………………………….6 Overall Service Proffer: Event…………………………………………....6 Conclusion………………………………………………………………...9 References………………………………………………………………..10 Business Essentials: National Space Centre and the 7 P’s Executive Summary In every business situation, marketing is vital in order to survive in the competitive world. Marketing entails the executive process of discovering and predicting customers’ needs in an attempt... commodities or services...
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Ground vs. Space Observation
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...space observation Space astronomy is highly advantageous due to the absence of atmospheric distortion that occurs from ground stations. With this in mind, the telescopes in ground stations tend to be influenced by factors found in the atmosphere to an extent that the even the wavelength is distorted due to the presence of certain elements in the atmosphere that have adverse effects towards the expected results on the outcome. In relation to this distortion on the ground, based astronomy emanates from the scattering of light in the atmosphere, which leads to the need for expensive filters to deal with the clearing of the images. As such, the light that is scattered... by the atmosphere acts as...
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Earth and Space Science
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...space at the aim of having a concrete grasp of the universe, at least to beyond the Milky Way galaxy, it would take roughly another 20,000 kilometers to unravel what lies after the outskirts of the solar system from a point where visual contact with the human planet is lost. According to the collective findings featured in the National Geographic with the ultimate aid of the space probe, the journey begins at reaching 400,000 kilometers from home or approximately three days in spacecraft to land upon that spherical region which appears like a deserted battlefield. The moon... potential at controlling the entire solar system and any scientist could tell with confidence that a million planets...
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Defensible Space/CPTED
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...SPACE PRINCIPLES Defensible Space Principles Defensible Space Principles Introduction Environmental and Architectural design is a very good idea for crime reduction in urban areas, and all programs of Defensible Space have a significant common purpose; the design allows residents to control their home’s environment. Using an anecdote and personal observation residential crime can be reduced by distinguishing between private and public domain and building orientation towards the streets (Newman, 1996). In photo five this house is single family home and has a barrier formed by a line of trees and some shrubs which prevent crime from being committed by criminals. It is a natural... Running head: DEFENSIBLE...
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My Study Space
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...Space My study area is a remote part of my house, away from television and street noise. It's located in the innermost cavern, the far corner of the basement. Here, away from all distractions I can settle into my concentration and visualize my studies as I read and write. I have a wonderful old oak desk with a place for my computer and monitor. The three drawers, once useful, are now filled with miscellaneous odds and ends. To my left, there is a bookshelf, which functions as far more than its simple name implies. It holds books, papers, scissors, pens, and acts as a cup holder for my ever present coffee. I feel comfortable here. Everything I need is close at hand and everything I don't... My Study...
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