Reference no: EM132136929
Directions: The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has selected you to communicate via letter to the 10,000 extraterrestrial inhabitants of the newly discovered planet Kepler.
Kepler was recently discovered during U.S. space exploration and because of its similarity to earth's atmosphere is deemed as potentially habitable for people from earth.
Specifically, in preparation for its next visit to Kepler, you have been asked to develop a one page letter (single space 12 font) to the extraterrestrials to help them understand some of the complexities of the issues affecting human society.
As such, NASA has given you a list of topics (see below) from which you will select the problem or issue to be covered in your letter.
As such you should try to minimize reading the letter but rather focus on extemporaneously sharing its contents with the listening audience at NASA.
Once you have completed your verbal presentation, you are expected to hand in a typewritten copy of the letter to the lead at NASA (aka, your instructor) for final review and assessment.
Remember that your letter will make an important impression upon the extraterrestrials and will be taken on the next Space Shuttle flight scheduled for 30 days from now so do your research and get to writing your letter.
The topics are:
Alternative family forms
New Reproductive Technologies
Premarital Sex and Extramarital Sex
Poverty and income inequality
Violence against women