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  • 1.
    • Current event of NOVEMBER 11, 2011
    • NOTE: THERE WILL BE A MINI QUIZ AFTER THIS. PLEASE LISTEN CAREFULLY. THAT GOES FOR ALL OF YOU.
  • 2. CHINESE SPACE PROGRAM By: Eugenie November 11, 2011
  • 3. When was the Docking?
    • The morning of November 3, 2011.
  • 4. Where was it launched and docked?
    • The Tiangong was launched on September 29, 2011 at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center.
    • The Shenzhou /||| (8) was launched on November 1 ,2011 at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center.
    • They were docked on the morning of November 3, 2011.
    • The control room is in Beijing.
  • 5. What is docking anyway?
    • Well, it is when 2 separate space crafts connect.
    • In this case, the docking will stay for 12 days (November 15, 2011), separate, then relink for whatsoever days.
    • The unneeded part of the shuttle will fall in Northern China.
    • They are not sure where it will land after the orbit.
  • 6. EXAMPLE
  • 7. What happened exactly?
    • China successfully coupled a pair of Chinese spacecrafts!
    • The spacecraft was called the Shenzhou 8 capsule and Tiangong 1 module.
    • Tiangong means “Heavenly Palace” in Chinese.
  • 8. Who docked first?
    • 1 st - US
    • 2 nd - USSR
    • 3 rd - CHINA
    • ???
  • 9. Why is this important?
    • Only the countries with the BEST technology and BEST resources can succeed in this project and that means a lot for China.
    • They can help ISS. ( International Space Station )
    • Now China can make a Space Station like ISS and make discoveries.
    • We could find life on other planets and other resources.
  • 10. Also…
    • China spent a lot of money, time, and effort on this so they are very proud.
    • Also, as soon as they were about to launch it, the CCTV live webcam was broadcasted worldwide!
  • 11. LETS WATCH THIS!!!
    • Just watch until the 1:22 second mark please!
    • http://www.space.com/13415-china-shenzhou-8-docking-launch-preparations.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+spaceheadlines+%28SPACE.com+Headline+Feed%29&utm_content=Google+Feedfetcher
    • Did you see the part where the 2 crafts connected? They called it the “kiss” 213 miles above Earth!
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lD0J-7oX6A
  • 12.
    • MINI QUIZ!
    • YOU READY?
    • RAISE YOUR HAND FOR THE ANSWER PLEASE!
  • 13. 1
    • When was the Tiangong 1 module launched?
    • A- October 1
    • B- September 29
    • C- April 29
  • 14. 1
    • When was the Tiangong 1 module launched?
    • The answer is…
    • B- September 29
  • 15. 2
    • How high above the earth did the shuttles “kiss”?
    • A- 200 miles
    • B- 523 miles
    • C- 213 miles
  • 16. 2
    • How high above the earth did the shuttles “kiss”?
    • The answer is…
    • C- 213 miles
  • 17. 3
    • Where is the control room?
    • A- Cheng-du
    • B- Nepal
    • C- Beijing
  • 18. 3
    • Where is the control room?
    • The answer is…
    • C- Beijing
  • 19. 4
    • What is the name of the space station that needs help?
    • A- NASA
    • B- ISS
    • C- CSS
  • 20. 4
    • What is the name of the space station that needs help?
    • The answer is…
    • B- ISS!!!!
  • 21. 5 Last one!
    • What day will the docking separate then relink?
    • A- November 15
    • B- November 23
    • C- December 2
  • 22. 5
    • What day will the docking separate then relink?
    • The answer is…
    • A- November 15
  • 23.
    • GOOD JOB GUYS AND GIRLS!!
    •  
  • 24. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING AND WATCHING!!!
  • 25. SOURCES
    • http://www.google.com/imgres?um=1&hl=en&sa=N&biw=1090&bih=570&tbm=isch&tbnid=WU6rqzaa2rsfxM:&imgrefurl=http://www.spacetoday.org/China/ChinaSatellites.html&docid=CNJJKA3Xza2AgM&imgurl=http://www.spacetoday.org/images/Rockets/China/ShenzhouLaunch.jpg&w=800&h=607&ei=p96zTpDDOM6emQXe2dXeAw&zoom=1&iact=rc&dur=422&sig=110131171317982873886&page=1&tbnh=113&tbnw=177&start=0&ndsp=19&ved=1t:429,r:1,s:0&tx=104&ty=69
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