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Linear Connections of a Space Which Are Determined by Simply by Eisenhart L. P.

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The other American astronauts were Kalpana Chawla, Michael Anderson, David Brown, and Laurel Clark. The seventh astronaut was from Israel. His name was Ilan Ramon. Ramon was a colonel in the Israeli Air Force. This was the first time an Israeli astronaut had gone into space. 56 Only three of the Columbia astronauts had been in space before. It was the first trip for Brown, Clark, McCool , and Ramon. Astronauts wear special suits when they return to Earth. These suits have a parachute. But Columbia blew apart so quickly there was no time for the crew to bail out.

It would take them four days to get back to Earth. The lunar module was not designed to support three astronauts for four days. Still, it was the only way the astronauts could survive their trip back to Earth. They had to make it work. 31 Struggle for Survival The astronauts had enough oxygen to breathe. They circled the moon. Then they used the power left in the lunar module to push themselves back toward Earth. They were on their way home. But there was very little water. Each astronaut drank less than a cup of water a day.

They could not open the hatch. They came back to Earth without entering the space station. The second crew did get into the space station. This was the first time a space station was occupied. The three cosmonauts stayed on Salyut 1 for 23 days. That was the longest anyone had ever been in space. The Russians were very proud of this achievement. 39 Space Science Space stations are like small laboratories. The cosmonauts did experiments. They wanted to see how people reacted to being in space for long periods of time.

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