1. the scientists most likely attempt to solve the problem by taking the exact amount of fuel needed to get to the moon
2. The heavier the spacecraft, the harder it is to launch. And fuel is heavy. So it was critical to pinpoint the fuel needed, add a cushion, then take no more than necessary. But now, because the landing was taking far longer than planned, the fuel was almost gone. Mission Control wanted Neil to take as much
3. Team Moon: How 400,000 People Landed Apollo 11 on the Moon by Catherine Thimmesh (Houghton) stunning NASA photographs, Thimmesh celebrates the men and women who solved and from multiple vantage points and takes the reader along as an active participant. The only problem is that 80 pages is far too few to provide more than a taste of the topic; it could easily have been two or three times as long.
The Maslow's hierarchy defines five categories of human needs: physiological, security, affection, esteem and self-fulfillment. The Safety need are those that are linked to the need to feel safe in the face of some type of danger (violence, natural catastrophes), to have protection, be it, for example, stability in life, how to be able to preserve one's job . This need is also related to the fact that there are laws and limits that allow order to exist in society.
barcelona-based design group in-tenta have developed ‘all-in-square’ – a new design idea made up of micro-architecture, modular urban furniture and external floor covering for public urban spaces and contemporary users. implemented as a temporary shop as well as information point.