What are The Future Prospects for Data Communications within Space Exploration?
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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This dissertation answers the question “What are the future prospects of data communications within space exploration?”, and is split into two sections. The first section of the project is intended to study the current methods of data communications within space exploration, researching the future possibilities and how they can be implemented in space. The second section is the development of a game and a website based on the research carried out in the first section with the idea of providing a fun learning opportunity suitable for all ages. For the first section of the project, secondary data collection methods are utilised by collecting information from relevant literature. The project investigates different areas of the topic such as the history of communications and space exploration, the current methods that are used to communicate in space, security techniques, possible future developments, and limitations while communicating in space. The second section of the project, which is the development of a game and website based on the secondary data collected in the first section, uses the primary data collection methods, in the form of questionnaires and testing to gather valuable information to create a functional game fit for purpose.
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