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I suggest using this simple outline:
1. Abstract - 100 words
2. About the subject (Overview) - 150 words
3. Discussion - this can contain many parts but for the purpose of this. I suggest including:
a. relevance to science - 100 words
b. relevance to society - 100
c. challenges - 100 words
d. the science in the missions - 100 words
4. Conclusion - 150 words
Research papers often take on a problem - whatever method you use, be it qualitative or quantitative, in the natural or social sciences. I have taken the position that you are putting together a qualitative research and this is largely descriptive, exploring the subject at hand (and not about problem solving). If this is not the case, just let me know and I'll try and clarify things further for you. You can also use the listed resources to further explore the topic. All the best with your studies.
AE 105878/Xenia Jones
Solar System Missions
This paper looks into solar system missions, providing a general background to what it is about, the objectives of nations and organizations behind it, the relevance of the activity and pursuit of knowledge behind it to science and society. It also looks into the challenges faced by the missions, doing so by discussing 2 of these missions to exemplify and put in context what these activities are about. The discussion is descriptive and aims to provide an overview to this activity as undertaken by the scientific community and governments for society, for humankind.
On Solar System Missions
America's primary space science authority, NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) is an organization focused on exploring space, utilizing the latest advances in science to explore, understand and resolve issues and unknowns about space, the solar system and the universe. NASA's (2014) vision, "To reach for new heights and reveal the unknown so that what we do and learn will benefit all humankind," is highlighted by the organization's many missions including its Apollo missions to the moon and other manned space flights program which ran from 1959 with the X-15 rocket plane to the present programs including Low Earth Orbit. Aeronautics, civilian space programs and aerospace research allow for extensive studies of space and the solar system, as well as a better understanding of the Erath through Earth Observing systems through Skylabs, heliophysics and advanced robotics programs that allow for solar system explorations deftly supported by advances in observatories constructed by astrophysicists and NASA scientists over the years. NASA's counterpart organizations all over the world including the ...
The solution discusses the Rosetta Space Probe and Mars Exploration missions. Resources are listed to further explore the topic.