May 21

2014 Technology Reports

Mr. Welch 6th

The amazing GPS!

by Cam the starmadillo


        Your stuck in the forest not knowing which way to go.  Thats when the GPS comes in.  In this report you will read about the history of the gps.  For example, I will teach you who made it and why. Next, you will read about interesting facts, like what the GPS stands for.

History

        In this paragraph you will learn who made the GPS and more.  According to Anahad O’Connor, Dr. Ivan Getting is a major force behind the development of the Global Positioning System.  He died at age 91 on Oct. 11 2003 at his home in Coronado, Calif.  The GPS was meant to control military aircraft and missiles during the cold war.  I think that’s cool because they used it during a war.

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

Interesting Facts

        This one is about what gps stands for. According to Corbin R, the GPS stands for Global Positioning System, but if you are thinking about the item used to use your device it’s the Global Positioning Satellite.  I think that is interesting because the Global Positioning Satellite refers to the satellites, and the Global Positioning System refers to the device.

        This one tells you about how many satellites are in view. According to joelmichaelcoffman, you can see 25-30 every night, but half of the year some of the satellites you would be able to see will be in the earths shadow.  Thats about 100 times less than how much there is in space. I think that is cool because we get to see about 100 times less than about 3,000 satellites each night.

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

THIRDMAINHEADING

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

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Works Cited

Last, First. “Title.” http://www.website.com Web.

Last name, First name. "Article Title." Website Title. Publisher of Website, Day Month Year article was published. Web. Day Month Year article was accessed. <URL>.

Example:

Cain, Kevin. "The Negative Effects of Facebook on Communication." Social Media Today RSS N.p., 29 June 2012. Web. 02 Jan. 2013. <http://www.website.com/folder/subfolder/file.html>