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The Ultraviolet Camera

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Kenneth Carter January 3, 2003 Catholic Central School Grade 8 Social Studies The Ultraviolet Camera George Carruthers invented the Ultraviolet. Who was born in Cincinnati Ohio? His date of birth was 1939. And he had always loved Telescopes. When he was 9 he had made his own telescope. He loved science and he also loved astronomy. And the word astronomy means to study the world around us .When he went to college he studied physics watch means the study of matter. He earned his doctorate in 1964. And after that he went to work for the naval research laboratory. ...read more.

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Until it was perfect he keep testing it, And it finally was perfect and it only took him 3 years to Finnish it. And a another project he worked on was the global imaging monitor. What it dose is observes the earth outer most atmosphere. This is not and air force project. And it will not revolve a round there satellite eater. The camera was launched in 1976 and it worked. And for the camera that he invented he did not go up in the space ship with he jest sat there and hoped and prayed that it would work. ...read more.

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The global monitoring satellite was apart of the Apollo 16 mission in 1972. Jest three flights after the Apollo 13.To day he is in his 60 or late 70 but he is still alive to day. So in collision he made the light that lets you see the sun and helped on the global monitoring system. And the funny thing about it was when he was three he wonted to be and astronaut and he fofilled his breams even thou he only went on 2 space shuttle flights. And that was only for the inventions that he did not make. So it goes to show you that dreams can come true. This is and report by Kenneth Carter. ...read more.

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