Jarvi_Jeremy_u2_ip2_PRES111

Jarvi_Jeremy_u2_ip2_PRES111 - Running Head: FROM HERE TO...

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Running Head: FROM HERE TO INFINITY: THE ULTIMATE VOYAGE From Here To Infinity: The Ultimate Voyage By Jeremy Tyson Jarvi PRES111 Professor Hala Thompson, Instructor American Intercontinental University November 20 th , 2011 Abstract Originally, I had considered and discussed working on a presentation about Star Trek, which is something that I really like and enjoy. Then I got to thinking about doing this assignment on space in general, our solar system, galaxy, and universe. It is something that more people are interested in than Star Trek. This presentation is going to be insightful, informative
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Running Head: FROM HERE TO INFINITY: THE ULTIMATE VOYAGE and concise. The universe is something that we never really hear talked about because we never really think about it, but I am going to speak about it today. FROM HERE TO INFINITY: THE ULTIMATE VOYAGE Introduction The universe and what is beyond our own planet is an amazing thing. When you see photographs from telescopes and rovers, and the like, it makes you wonder what it is really like. So, come with us, all aboard the Spacecraft of the Imagination, as we explore everything from our own backyard to the farthest star. I. There are Three Universes a. The micro universe which begins at the grain of space-time itself. b. The everyday universe which we react to everyday.
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Running Head: FROM HERE TO INFINITY: THE ULTIMATE VOYAGE c. The macro universe which seems impossible. II. Question: Think About It? a. Grains of sand vs. Stars in the sky – There are more stars in the sky than grains of sand on all the beaches and deserts of earth. III. The Outer Planets (Cessna, 2009) a. Mars has many vast deserts, huge volcanoes, and a canyon known as the Vallis Marinaris which is 2500 miles long. b.
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course BUSN 101-305 taught by Professor Varios during the Spring '11 term at AIU Online.

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