This article has no name by spacekids.co.uk tells us the different space achievements in the history of our fine planet. Space in 1942 the German V2 was the first rocket to reach 100km from the surface of the earth, and space in 1991 Hela Sharman entered a competition to become the first British Astronaut in space and space now and in the future. Launched in 2004, European Space Agency's rosette prob didn't reach the comet 67P/churyumou-Gerasimenko until 2014, and in the future, our next steps in space are putting people on an asteroid by 2025 and on Mars by 2030.
I read an article on DailyMail.com by Bill Mouland about the space ape, Ham. But who is Ham? Ham is the chimp recruited by the US 50 years ago to help beat Russia in the Space Race. Ham was born in 1957. His big moment came on January 31, 1961, when he was launched into space from Cape Canaveral Florida. His flight lasted sixteen minutes and thirty-nine seconds, he landed the same day he was launched.
I read an article on Cosmos4Kids.com by an unknown author about the basics of space, like space science, also know as Astronomy, not to be confused with Astrology which is a form of mystical prediction based on the stars and the time of year. Also it goes into depth about space exploration and continues to tell us that humans barely visit other planets, and it reminds us that in 1968 the Apollo8 program was the first time man visited the moon. Then it gives us a look into the future of the NASA space program. In 2004 NASA announced that they are going to come out with a new exploration vehicle called Orion. NASA also recently announced that the Constellation Program is developing new rockets that will be named "Ares Rockets".