CADET COLLEGE OF SPACE HISTORY
College of Space History

Vice Admiral Darlene Harper,
Director
spaceflight59@gmail.com
4456 Collingdale Road
Columbus, OH 43231-60076

The Cadet College of Space History explores the many efforts that have gone into man's exploration of space. All aspects will eventually be covered, including manned and unmanned space flights, non-human space explorers and space probes. Everything is based on real historical events.

100 Level courses are intended for cadets of age 12 years and under while 200 level courses are intended for cadets age 13 to 18 years old.

 


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Course Tuition:
Email: Free (LSAE, 2 Loose 1st-Class Stamp if printed certificate is requested)

By USPS: LSAE, 2 Loose 1st-Class Stamps with application for each course.
LSAE, 2 Loose 1st-Class Stamps for results on exams, and for questions.

Please note: The Cadet Academy Courses are courses specifically designed for the youth members of Starfleet, or those member due to some handicap are unable to complete the standard course, if you are adult without limitations, do not apply for the Cadet Academy courses.


CCSH101 - Astronauts and their Nationalities

CCSH102 - Rockets
No one goes anywhere in space without these. Meet the "muscle men" who make space flight possible.

CCSH103 - Satellites
Part of the unmanned part of our space program, meet the stay-at-home spacecraft that have made the first space flights.

CCSH104 - Probes
Boldly going where no man has gone before describes these unmanned vessels, who have reached out to our neighbouring planets and beyond.

CCSH105 - Astronauts and their Firsts
Everyone dreams of being the first to do something. Meet the astronauts who were the first to do anything.

CCSH201 - The Early American Manned Space Program
The first of a two (2) part course, this examines the early beginnings of America's attempts to put a man in space.

CCSH202 - The Late American Manned Space Program
The second of a two part course, this course picks up where CCSH201 leaves off and takes the student through the Shuttle Program and up to the projected new explorations to come.

CCSH203 - The Soviet Manned Space Program
The first of a two part course, this examines the Soviet space program up to the collapse of the Soviet Union.

CCSH204 - The Russian and Ukrainian Manned Space Programs
The second of a two part course, this course picks up where CCSH203 leaves off and takes the student through space programs that were created to carry on after the Soviet Union broke up.

CCSH205 - European Space Agency
Studies the background and activities of the European Space Agency.

CCSH206 - Japanese Space Program
Studies the background and activities of the Japanese Space Program.


CCSH207 - Chinese Space Program
Studies the background and activities of the Chinese Space Program.


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All courses were created using information obtained from Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia.

 

 

 

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