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These pillars, and this claim, have by now become the standard practice of the Portuguese expeditions whenever new territory is reached. Viking 1 lander was accidentally shut down on November 13, 1982, and communication was never regained. Some people speculate that the upcoming visit by New Horizons could help Pluto regain its status as a full-fledged planet. Ponce de Leon returned to Cuba wounded and died a few days after the battle.
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Donna Walsh Shepherd, Donna Walsh-Shepherd

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It now became difficult to get food as they crossed the scorching hot plains. This raised hopes they could circumnavigate Africa to reach India, a hope that remained even when they found the coast turning south again. Newcrest obtained approval to develop Ridgeway at Cadia Valley, New South Wales. Here the westward movement halted until the Treaty of Utrecht (1713) ended the prolonged Anglo-French wars in North America.
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David Rutsala

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The great man, Kamba Bombo, pulled up in front of our tent." At the same time, other groups, mainly Danish, raiding, trading, and settling along the coasts of the North Sea, arrived in the Mediterranean in the guise of Normans. The stone wheels of his grist mill never produced any flour. First, though it is convenient to associate discovery with the coastline, and exploration with the interior, these categories constantly overlap in a single continuous process: discoverers explore and explorers discover.
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Robin S. Doak

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Amerigo Vespucci Spanish explorer who embarked on a search for a fabled fountain of youth in 1513; made the first Spanish landing on the mainland of North America when he discovered Florida Ponce de Leon Spanish explorer who crossed the Isthmus of Panama and discovered the Pacific Ocean in 1513. The Gold Rush assuaged some of the grievances of the economic world problems: the potato famine in Ireland; revolution in France, Germany, and Italy; Taiping Rebellion and opium wars in China.
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After the class has discussed the possibilities, conduct research to learn more about the individual and his or her area of expertise. Now he resolutely turned his face to the unknown east and started forth on an expedition of exploration. In an article titled: “We Are Well As We Are,” James P. We have very tantalizing information from a marvelously productive far-infrared space telescope named for the only known astronomer who found a planet before Piazzi made his discovery.
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Neither had modern science known about them. The coast of Australia, featuring Tasmania as a separate island, was mapped in detail by the English mariners and navigators Bass and Flinders, and the French mariner, Baudin. He went to Aleppo in Syria, where he bought a small house and took lessons in Arabic from a friendly Christian Arab, the two of them smoking hubble-bubbles together. On March 14 a start was made with three sledges and nine dogs each. They survived on seal meat and stayed warm by burning seal blubber.
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Karen Clemens Warrick

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The population is immense; homesteads closely resembling those of the Gauls are met with at every turn, and cattle are very numerous. Six of the dedicatory poems are presented here, in addition to the book's table of contents. [George Peckham, A True Report of the Late Discoveries and Possession, Taken in the Right of the Crown of England, of the Newfound Lands: by that Valiant and Worthy Gentleman, Sir Humphrey Gilbert Knight, 1583] RICHARD HAKLUYT (hak-loot) was an English scholar and writer who compiled numerous accounts of European voyages into the mega-volumes known as Divers Voyages and Principal Navigations.
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Then abruptly this quaint account of the only Phoenician voyage on record stops. "Further," says the commander, "we did not sail, for our food failed us." Two days later an island appeared, and on the mainland they discovered a river up which they sailed. The time and energy involved in these discoveries cannot be overstated. Lundin Petroleum received 55 percent of the shares of EnQuest which were distributed to Lundin Petroleum shareholders.
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Judy Alter

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S. satellite in orbit, lifts off at Cape Canaveral using a modified ABMA-JPL Jupiter-C rocket. Shortly after Columbus' first voyage to the New World, the British Empire funded an exploratory mission of its own led by John Cabot. The Soviet Union was also first to launch a man into space, when on April 12, 1961, Yuri Gagarin became the first human to orbit the earth on Vostok 1. Modifications of this machine ultimately replace hemp-rope sounding methods.
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Byron Barton

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So the North and South Poles yielded up their well-hoarded secrets after centuries of waiting, within two and a half years of one another. Here he landed, hoisted the colours, and took possession of the new land he had found, and, drinking the King's health, called the land Boothia, after his patron. Between Alexander and India still lay the lofty range of the Hindu Koosh or Indian Caucasus. Kennicott spent the years 1859 to 1863 in the Yukon, and eventually sent forty boxes, loaded with natural and ethnographic materials, to Washington, D.
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