Academic Papers on Meteorology

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A 5 page overview of several of the most devastating storms that have hit the U.S. This paper discusses how hurricanes form and how they are studied and tracked. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

A 3 page review of the online article by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). This paper outlines the article's content, presents several points of criticism, and concludes with suggestions for improvement. No additional sources are listed.

Extra-Solar Planets

  • 12 page paper

A 12 page overview of extra-solar planets, those planets outside our own solar system which orbit around suns other than our Sun. Discusses the history of extra-solar planetary research providing the names and particulars of discoveries. Emphasizes the technological changes which are occurring which allow a constant refinement of astronomical theory regarding planet ...

Space Suit Technology

  • 4 page paper

This 4 page paper provides a technical overview of what current NASA space suits are comprised of, how they are used and how they protect astronauts. The paper is chock full of technical data and is informative in respect to the white suit used by today's astronauts. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

A 5 page paper which discusses the future of space exploration. The paper also briefly discusses the history of space exploration. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A 3 page overview of the history of the CfA and some of its more spectacular discoveries. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

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