SEDS-Saving Space Exploration

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SEDS-Saving Space Exploration Space exploration was once a fascinating part of human culture. Back in the 60’s, when getting to the moon was a top priority, and exploring the features of other planets interested people, the space program had the momentum to pull off bigger and better things. To explore stars not even in our galaxy and even possibly pull off the feat of discovering extraterrestrial life was something people only dreamed about. Once being only in the imagination, space travel is a reality. Nowadays, many people have lost interest in the space program. With people’s interests in space exploration dwindling, as well as internal problems with the NASA program, funding has been cut short, and continued development in…show more content…
Being looked at are chapters of SEDS that come from three of the bigger schools across the country: Purdue University, Virginia Tech, and University of Oklahoma. If a person is interested in space exploration and needs to find the best possible chapter to get involved in and to get information on, that person may need help picking the website that best reflects what SEDS is looking to do. This paper is a guide to help you choose the best web site possible to get all the information needed to become a member of SEDS. The design a website has can have a huge influence over a reader’s perception and credibility of a website. The design appeals to the pathos of the reader. If a website has the proper design, and looks as if work has been put into it and the website does not look poorly put together, the reader will have a better feeling towards the website’s information. The three chapters being analyzed all have a similar look to the home SEDS website, with their own subtle differences. Each site is effective in appealing to the reader’s emotion from the moment the reader enters the website. The reader thinks the author of the website put the time into making the design appealing, therefore the reader thinks the author

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