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Human Spaceflight

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In 1961, Russian cosmonaut Yury Gagarin became the first person to orbit Earth. Now, more than a half-century later, huge advances have been achieved in spaceflight. Humans have walked on the moon,…
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Rocket Science and Spacecraft Fundamentals

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None of humanity’s great achievements in space exploration would be possible without the work of the scientists who built those amazing rockets that blasted us into the heavens. This captivating…
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Russia

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In "Russia", you will learn that Russia is the largest country in the world and its natural resources make it one of the richest. It has experienced enormous political, social, and economic upheaval…
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Russia

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In Russia, you will learn that Russia is the largest country in the world and its natural resources make it one of the richest. It has experienced enormous political, social, and economic upheaval…
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The Britannica Guide to Baseball

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Integral to the consciousness of the American people, the sport of baseball has become a steadfast institution in a nation whose identity is constantly evolving. Although the game has undergone its…
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The Britannica Guide to Football

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From Europe’s rugby and soccer evolved a truly American sport. Played across the United States at parks, schools, universities, and in stadiums, football is as much a part of America’s…
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The Britannica Guide to Basketball

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Despite its American origins, the fast-paced and often acrobatic game of basketball commands the attention of audiences around the world. The sport’s seeming simplicity—put the ball in the…
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The Britannica Guide to Soccer

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Although it assumes different monikers in various parts of the world and has appeared in various incarnations over time, the game of soccer has retained a great deal of its original character. While…
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American Literature from 1600 Through the 1850s

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Fiercely nationalistic, the first prominent American writers exhibited a profound pride in the territory that would come to be known as the United States. Predating even the Declaration of…
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American Literature from the 1850s to 1945

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Deviating from the romanticism of earlier works, American literature that emerged after the mid-19th century adopted a distinct realism and an often critical view of American society. With penetrating…
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American Literature from 1945 Through Today

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Perhaps the most defining characteristic of American literature composed after World War II is the rejection of conventional form and structure with its increasingly uninhibited and experimental…
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Authors of the 19th Century

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From Romanticism to Realism, the 19th century saw a flourishing of literary movements, as well as the arrival of several now-revered luminaries on the literary scene. Authors experimented with new…
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Authors of the Medieval and Renaissance Eras: 1100 to 1660

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As Europe’s religious, social, economic, and cultural identity began to take more definite shape in the medieval and Renaissance eras, so too did its literary identity. By capturing in ink the…
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