Where did Christa McAuliffe want to explore in space?
she wanted to go the moon so she can teach her students about it.
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Christa McAuliffe . Christa McAuliffe was a social studies teacher and one of the seven crew members that died in the Challenger accident. She loved it when the first mission took off and wanted to be an astronaut ever since. She finally got the chance when she was selected to go up in space as a… teacher out of about 11,000 people who applied for the 'Teacher in Space' program. The Challenger shuttle blew up 73 seconds after take off. ( Full Answer )
Teacher in Space Teacher in Space was a NASA program first introduced by President Ronald Reagan in 1984. The goal was to teach and promote interest in space exploration. More than 11,000 teachers applied for the program, and Christa McAuliffe was chosen to be the first teacher in space. Christa… McAuliffe, along with six other brave astronauts died in the Challenger disaster on January 28, 1986. The Challenger exploded 73 seconds after launch,50,000 feet from the earth. It is believed that the crew members were still alive after the initial explosion of the shuttle, but lost consciousness within seconds. They were killed due to the violent impact of the crew cabin into the ocean. After the Challenger disaster, President Reagan announced that the program would continue. However, NASA later decided to eliminate the program. The reason she died was because the rubber seals that held the rocket boosters had weakened in the cold then the gas was leaking then the rocket exploded. ( Full Answer )
Beginning of McAuliffe's Interest in Space Program . It has been said that watching the 1969 moon landing kindled her interest in space flight.
Christa McAuliffe graduated from Marian High School in Framingham, Massachusetts in 1970; she then pursued her college education at Framingham State College, from which she graduated in 1970. She also completed a Master's Degree at Bowie State University in Bowie, Maryland in 1978.
Give him his space but at the same time let him know you are there for him. But if he is like give me space and being a punk then that's a different story.
Yes, in 1986 the Republique Centrafricaine issued a set of stamps honoring the Challenger astronauts. In fact, there are two errors in this set. Christa's name is written "McAulife" and Ronald McNair is spelt "MacNair". I have a block of 6 unused Christa stamps which were purchased directly from a p…ost office in the RCA.. If you wish more info, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Regards, Frank ( Full Answer )
Space is endless and unbelievably interesting! Within our own solar system alone, there is so much to explore. We hardly know anything about our own planet; statistically, we know more about outer space than the floor of our own ocean. We know hardly anything about any of the other planets in our so…lar system; what their atmospheres are made of, if any of them harbor life, how old they are, what they're made of. Our sun is a mystery in itself too; the asteroid belt is full of millions of space particles that contain valuable information about the history of the universe. There's also an infinite amount of experiments to do concerning earth-based things in space; tons of potential cures for deadly diseases and opportunities for new inventions. The stars are endless. There are so many that a pinhead held at arms length would cover billions of stars (not visible to the naked eye). Consider how many there must be in the universe! And then to think, many stars are actually whole galaxies. That means another trillion stars we can't even see on top of that. Every star probably has a dozen or so planets around it. The numbers make a person feel so small. I don't think we're ever going to run out of things to study in outer space. Not for a long time. ( Full Answer )
Christa McAuliffe's Age At Death . Sharon Christa Corrigan McAuliffe (September 2, 1948 - January 28, 1986) was 37yrs. old when she died. She was an American teacher from Concord, New Hampshire who was selected from among more than 11,000 applicants to be the first teacher in space. She died in …the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster. (From Wikipedia). ( Full Answer )
Think of the Christopher Columbus and the first travelers that were willing to explore and find the new world. Think of the settlers who traveled and made settlements from east to west across the United States in search of new land, new opportunities and new experiences. It seems to be almost a natu…ral instinct of man to explore the unknown. Another reason to explore space is the search for new resources. As the population of the Earth continues to grow, man looks for new opportunities and new resources in space that may aid or supplement life here on Earth. ( Full Answer )
Christa McAuliffe was born in Boston, Massachusetts and was living in Concord, New Hampshire before her death aboard the space shuttle Challenger in 1986.
Sharon Christa Corrigan McAuliffe teacher at Concord High School,New Hampshire before she was hired as NASA Teacher in Space Projectin 1985. She died when their shuttle exploded on January 28, 1986.
Christa Mcauliffe is important because she was the first teacher in space but then the disaster happened. She was supposed to give a science lesson in space!!!!!!!
1970-1971 Benjamin Foulois Junior High School, Morningside, Maryland. Teacher. American history, 8th grade. 1971-1978 Thomas Johnson Junior High School, Lanham, Maryland. Teacher. English and American history, 8th grade and civics, 9th grade. 1978-1979 Rundlett Junior High School, Concord, New… Hampshire. Teacher, 7th grade and American history, 8th grade. 1980-1982 Bow Memorial (Middle) School, Bow, New Hampshire. Teacher. Social Studies, 9th grade. 1982-1985 Concord High School, Concord, New Hampshire. Teacher. Courses in economics, law, American history, and a course she developed entitled "The American Woman," 10th, 11th, and 12th grade ( Full Answer )
She was the first member of the US Teacher in Space program and lost her life when the Space Shuttle Challenger disinegrated 73 seconds after launching. This was in 1986 in the US.
She was not. She was buried in the Blossom Hill cemetery in Concord, New Hampshire. As she was not a military veteran, special permission would have been required to bury her at Arlington.
She may have felt as if she was giving you too much. That you didn't show her enough apprieciation. So she needed space just to nurture herself
Usually called an astronaut, they explore space in space shuttles or rockets as some people call them. Like the Challenger. Sadly it blew up, but we have to move on with life. If you want to see a picture of the crew, go to Google.com and click on Images, type in 'Challenger blow up' and the 2nd pic…ture is one or the 7th one (in the first row). ( Full Answer )
Simple! Space is explored so that we know where we are and the things that surround our planet. So that we can find out if there is any other form of life somewhere else in the universe and beyond. Its explored so that we know whats out there, and so we have heaps of knowledge about space.
She is dead. She was on the space shuttle "Challenger" that exploded soon after launch. McAuliffe's remains were buried at the Blossom Hill Cemetery in Concord, New Hampshire. She died in January, 28, 1986. See Related links for video.
Yes. A Boy and Girl. A son Scott, and a daughter, Caroline. They were 9 and 6.
Christa mcauliffe went into space to show her students to be brave and that they can do any thing if they believe.
Yes, all of the astronauts were found. Christa is buried in the Blossom Hill Cemetery in Concord, New Hampshire.
Its #1 in the STATE! Why? This school gives support and patience to EVERY child. The learning is terrific. There are three academies: *Scientific Research Academy (Science and Math) * Business and Law *Arts and Humanities They have wonderful things for seniors! My brother went to the… Business and Law Academy, and he says it was his best three years ever. I am going to Christa McAuliffe (named after an astronaut) and I already know EVERYTHING about it. Visit the website! http://www.is187.com/ Or just type www.is187.com No use talking to you about it :D You already graduated from Christa McAuliffe! Well, good luck in, well, high school? ( Full Answer )
It's kind of funny because I had to do a project with my friends on Sally Ride a year ago and we asked a question so similar to that. ;) But now for your official question, Sally Ride wanted to explore space because she was eager to learn about what lay there and what it was like.
No, she got the second name McAuliffe because it was her husbands second name, Steve McAuliffe.
Christa Mcauliffe explored to become the first teacher in space. Her goal was to go to the moon so she could teach her students about it. But sadly, Christa Mcauliffe never met her goal and died on January 28, 1948, 73 seconds after launch when the space shuttle, Challenger desintegrated all the sev…en crew members died accompanying her. I hope this helped you! ( Full Answer )
yes there is. she was the first teacher/civilian to go into space Well, actually she was going to be the first teacher in space. Unfortunately, her life was lost in the Challenger explosion, so she never really made it there.
Tat she her family and her as a autonomy and a famous lady who died
Space probes explore space for a quite obvious reason; they are SPACE probes. They probe space.
Christa McAuliffe taught at five different schools and then went into training to go into space.
yes there are like the Christa Corrigan McAuliffe Center forEducation and Teaching Excellence. ~ There are also schools like the Christa McAuliffe IntermidiateSchool/I.S.187 in Brooklyn. And The Christa McAuliffe School in New Jersey.
She is know as the "field trip teacher" because she believed that a direct experience was the greatest teaching tool.
She has four siblings yet she was the eldest one out of all of them
Some accomplishments was that she was selected out of thousands to be a space teacher. Another accomplishment is that she was a Social Studies teacher! Isn't that amazing?!? Christa was selected to be the first teacher in space. However, she never achieved this as she was killed during the launch of… Challenger . ( Full Answer )
Everyone has a different reason, it could range from feeling trapped to actually wanting to break up or maybe they just want some space to feel things out. The best way to find out the reason is to ask a specific answer and to be willing to listen, whether you agree or not, why the other individual …wants the space. Respect it and give them the space for whatever reason they have. ( Full Answer )
This question is more of an opinion to others. There is no right or wrong answer. Honestly, I thought it was sad that she was so excited to go in space (going to be the first teacher in space) but lost her life before she even got there. But for some people, it may mean nothing to them. Opinions sho…uld not be questioned, for it varies from one person to the next. Maybe ask your friends at school or in your neighborhood instead. ( Full Answer )
No, she was trained just as thoroughly and carefully as any other member of a shuttle crew.
Christa McAuliffe, a teacher from concord, New Hampshire died from the space shuttle The Challenger when a rubber expansion part of the rocket didn't expand because it was too cold out. She died from the blast in the space shuttle in 73 seconds from launch.
space stations use a variety of objects to explore space. probes and the Hubble Space Telescope are main ones.
really bad cuz she was a wonderful person and helped sooo many kids and without her alll of those lessons would be so boring but with her they come to life.
As a Girl Scout, Christa McAuliffe earned badges, participated in community service, sold cookies, went camping and hiking, and whatever else her Girl Scout troop chose to do. Girl Scouts do many things, and it is up to the troop and the adult leaders to choose and arrange the activities. Girl Sc…outs of Eastern Massachusetts Council has a Christa McAuliffe library of memorabilia and a lodge at their Wabasso Camp named Christa's House. Christa was also a Girl Scout troop leader! ( Full Answer )
Christa Mcauliffe never made it to space. The Challenger blew apart within 70 seconds of liftoff on January 28, 1986.
Christa McAuliffe was born on September 2, 1948 and died on January 28, 1986. Christa McAuliffe would have been 37 years old at the time of death or 66 years old today.
she died because when she was going to space after 1 min. 13 sec. the Space Shuttle exploded -ABJ
So that we can learn more about what is around us and someday find a planet that can sustain human life and send people there.
Christa McAuliffe started as a Girl Scout Brownie. At the time, Girl Scout Brownies started at age 7, so Christa would have started in 1955.
Space is so vast and can be considered as infinite. Space has no exact measurement right now. If we explore further, we need stronger equipments and advance probes and telescope to explore more about the space.
Christa McAuliffe has: Played Herself - Challenger Astronaut in "Nova" in 1974. Played Herself - Payload Specialist, Challenger in "CNN Prime News" in 1980. Played herself in "Spaceflight" in 1985. Played herself in "Biography" in 1987. Played Herself (boarding the Challenger) in "Cronkite Remembers…" in 1997. Performed in "ABC 2000: The Millennium" in 1999. Played herself in "Challenger: Go for Launch" in 2000. Played Herself - astronaut in "Days That Shook the World" in 2003. Played Herself - Astronaut in "Seconds from Disaster" in 2004. Played Herself - Teacher, NASA Spaceflight Participant in "Conquering Space: The Moon and Beyond" in 2005. Played herself in "Beyond the Moon: Failure Is Not an Option 2" in 2005. Played herself in "20 to 1" in 2005. Played herself in "Challenger: Countdown to Disaster" in 2006. Played herself in "Mars Rising" in 2007. Played herself in "When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions" in 2008. Played herself in "NASA: Triumph and Tragedy" in 2009. Played herself in "The Space Shuttle: A Horizon Guide" in 2011. ( Full Answer )
For hundreds of Generations, Humanity has gazed at the heavenswondering what could be beyond the sky. Plus The Human is born tohave a sense of curiosity. Also (IF) for some reason we need toevacuate earth from whatever catastrophic reason, we will have theknow how to successfully and safely leave th…e earth. As forexploring other planets, those discoveries may lead tounderstanding the origin of the solar system. ( Full Answer )
Christa McAuliffe, along with six other brave astronauts died in the Challenger Space shuttle disaster on January 28, 1986. The Challenger exploded 73 seconds after launch,50,000 feet in the air.