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In 1881, O'Sullivan returned to his parent's home in Staten Island where he died from tuberculosis. Pioneers in the space program include John Glenn (b.1921), the first US astronaut to orbit the earth, and Neil Armstrong (b.1930), the first man to set foot on the moon. The cartoon on the left shows a Chinese man sitting outside the "Golden Gate of Liberty", which represents the entrance to America. Trouve was delighted with his invention, which enabled him to study the interior organism of his fish, but the glass bulb was put to another use by a physician who saw it applied to the fish.

Pages: 64

Publisher: Heinemann (January 1, 2014)

ISBN: 1432996037

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