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It is 2031 and the samples have just been returned to Earth from the Mars Persev

It is 2031 and the samples have just been returned to Earth from the Mars Perseverence Explorer. You are to write an imaginary, but scientifically plausible, article that announces the first findings from that mission. Your paper must include the following (with headers to label each of these sections): An overview of the Perseverance mission with a detailed explanation of how and from where the samples were gathered. A description of the samples gathered. A scientific explanation of indicators of…

TERM paper on How Moon’s Earth formed 1000-1200 words needed, at least 5 primary

TERM paper on How Moon's Earth formed 1000-1200 words needed, at least 5 primary sources needed Has to follow this format Introductory paragraph that introduces a claim on how I believe the earth's moon formed and then 3 reasons for why I believe that claim (I've tried to write under the impression that the giant impact theory is correct and its flaws can be accounted for in some way) 3 different paragraphs, each one explaining one of my reasons with…

Instructions Description: For this assignment you will choose a scientific theor

Instructions Description: For this assignment you will choose a scientific theory and write a proposal for how you intend to research it and argue on its behalf. Before you begin writing your proposal, it is imperative that you understand how to write a philosophy paper. First, read the excerpt by Peter Horban below (all of which can be found in the APUS library). Second, read my directions for how to format your paper as an argument. Third, read my directions…

So for my assessment I need a letter to Isaac Newton explaining why his concept

So for my assessment I need a letter to Isaac Newton explaining why his concept of how the universe works is inaccurate and what space and time really are. Please include dark energy, dark matter, and the Higgs boson in the letter. My teacher also wants it to address Isaac Newton as sir. Last thing if you could make this like how you would normally write a letter with send address at the top left (with send address as the…

I’m trying to study for my Astronomy course and I need some help to understand t

I’m trying to study for my Astronomy course and I need some help to understand this question.There are two promising worlds within our solar system that have garnered enough attention and serious considerations are planned to explore them.Make an argument for why Europa and Mars are seen as the most important places to explore in our solar system for potential signs of past or living life. Explain what conditions make the world potentially habitable. Your next assignments (in session 4…

I’m studying for my Astronomy class and don’t understand how to answer this. Can

I’m studying for my Astronomy class and don’t understand how to answer this. Can you help me study?Each question can be answered in 1 paragraph itself. q18: List the 4 main observations of Galileo, made with a telescope about 400 years ago. For each of these explain what was observed and how it was interpreted. Which of these four observations do you consider to be were the strongest evidence against the Geocentric model?q20: Correct the mistakes in this sentence by…

I don’t understand this Astronomy question and need help to study.Each question

I don’t understand this Astronomy question and need help to study.Each question can be answered in 1 paragraph itself. I have also attached the study notes along with the questions you need to answer........q4: What made Aristarchus (about 2300 years ago in Ancient Greece) suggest that Earth orbits the Sun? Explain.q5: a) What observations made the Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle suggest a spherical Earth in the center of the universe? How did he decide on planet's orbits and their order?b)…

Consider the chapters 11 & 12 readings; write and post an approximately 300-word

Consider the chapters 11 & 12 readings; write and post an approximately 300-word response about an aspect of the readings that you don’t understand, or something that jars you; formulate an insightful question or two about the reading and then attempt to answer your own questions; and respond to another student’s post (about 150-word), building upon it, disagreeing with it, or re-thinking it. In any case, strive for thoughtfulness and nuance. To ensure that everyone has a chance to read…