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Soliman 1David SolimanProfessor Jane MacLennanENG 2017 March 2022Annotated BibliographyResearch Questions1. How relevant is this to my topic?2. Does this help my argument?3. Can this be used to assist through examples and facts?Durante, Marco, and Francis A. Cucinotta. "Heavy ion carcinogenesis and human space exploration." Nature Reviews Cancer, vol. 8, no. 6, June 2008, pp. 465+. Gale Academic OneFile, link.gale.com/apps/doc/A188154830/AONE?u=wilm99594&sid=summon&xid=010f1385. Accessed 7 Mar. 2022.High-energy protons and high-charge (Z) and energy (E) nuclei make up space radiation, and their ionization patterns in molecules, cells, and tissues differ from those of terrestrial radiation. The links between HZE nuclei's early biological impacts and the risk of cancer inhumans are poorly known. Because of this gap in information, predicting cancer risks during space travel is fraught with uncertainty. Acceptable risk levels must take into account the mission's importance to humanity and science. The launch, life-support, and crew-return systems are all designed with a 1% mission failure risk in mind. For radiationSoliman 2carcinogenesis, NASA establishes risk acceptability levels at 3% risk of exposure-induced death (REID).Hughson, Richard L. “Spaceflight Not an Eye-Popping Experience for Astronauts.” The Physiological Society, 26 Nov. 2020, https://physoc.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1113/JP281009.The first obvious indication of the fluid shift generated by leaving Earth's gravitational field is anastronaut's swollen face. The disease is known as 'visual impairment/increased intracranial pressure,' or VIIP, according to NASA. The debate was somewhat resolved when the illness was renamed spaceflight associated neuro-ocular syndrome (SANS). In 10 of 11 astronauts, intracranial pressure (ICP) remained lower or unchanged following flying, contradicting the hypothesis that led to the syndrome's initial name, VIIP. Higher post-flight cerebral blood velocity was observed by Iwasaki and colleagues (2021), but this conclusion need more examination. The International Space Agencies have requested correct data from researchers to help them fully comprehend the complicated effects of long-duration spaceflight on astronaut health hazards. Ocular perfusion pressure (OPP) has an impact on ocular blood flow, but it's not the only factor.Leslie, Mitch. “Space Tourism Begins to Take Off.” ScienceDirect, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2095809922000212?via%3Dihub.Soliman 3In 2021, a record number of non-astronauts, including a 90-year-old actress, traveled into space. The firms that launched the majority of these people into space are hoping that the flights will kickstart a space tourism boom. Dennis Tito, a California businessman, was the first space traveler to pay for his own trip. The SpaceShipTwo of Virgin Galactic is propelled by a rocket motor capable of producing 27 000 N of thrust. In 2019, the craft carried its first passenger, a Virgin Galactic employee. On July 11, 2021, Richard Branson and three other company officials took part in the company's fourth spaceflight.Logsdon, John M. "The United States in Space." Asia Policy, vol. 15, no. 2, 2020, pp. 5-18. ProQuest, https://www.proquest.com/scholarly-journals/united-states-space/docview/2399211671/se-2?accountid=14606.The United States spends more money on space than the rest of the world combined. The United States spent $41 billion of the $70.9 billion in global government space spending in 2018, accounting for 58 percent of the total. NASA was tasked by President John F. Kennedy with the national aim of landing humans on the Moon and safely returning them to Earth. Following the launch of Sputnik, the US military devised ambitious space activity plans. Neither Eisenhower nor Kennedy were in favor of these plans. In the 1960s and 1970s, space activity aimed at national security increased. The US budget, which exceeds $20 billion per year, dwarfs that of other nations.Soliman 4Thirumuruganathan, Saravanan, et al. "Deep Learning for Blocking in Entity Matching a Design Space Exploration." Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment, vol. 14, no. 11, 07/2021, pp. 2459-2472, doi:10.14778/3476249.3476294High-energy protons and high-charge (Z) and energy (E) nuclei make up space radiation, and their ionization patterns in molecules, cells, and tissues differ from those of terrestrial radiation. The links between HZE nuclei's early biological impacts and the risk of cancer in humans are poorly known. Because of this gap in information, predicting cancer risks during space travel is fraught with uncertainty. Acceptable risk levels must take into account the mission's importance to humanity and science. The launch, life-support, and crew-return systems are all designed with a 1% mission failure risk in mind. For radiation carcinogenesis, NASA establishes risk acceptability levels at 3% risk of exposure-induced death (REID).Tribbe, Matthew D. "Economic and Cultural Dimensions of Space Exploration." Reviews in American History, vol. 47 no. 3, 2019, p. 445-451. Project MUSE, doi:10.1353/rah.2019.0052.John MacDonald's book The Long Space Age looks at how space exploration has been pursued and sponsored since colonial times. He claims that the common portrayal of space exploration as a state-sponsored endeavor is false. MacDonald investigates the impact of "signaling" and "intrinsic drives" throughout all of the times he considers. Goddard's career, which marked a turning point in space exploration, is examined in this book. The third portion provides a basic political explanation of the Space Age in the mid-twentieth century.Throughout this time, NASASoliman 5has fought for money and public support, as Neal demonstrates. MacDonald would have us forget about periodization and look at a much longer history of space


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