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Design: Describe, using specific details, the spacecraft that you and/or other explorers will use
to travel to your destination. In addition, make a detailed sketch of the spacecraft and its
components that you will submit to your teacher for grading. You may create a sketch by hand
and photograph it or create a digital sketch using appropriate software

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    This sounds like you want us to do your research paper. The tutors here are not inclined to do that. But we will be happy to critique what you prepare.

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