5-6pages (not including title and reference) on…

5-6pages (not including title and reference) on…

5-6pages (not including title and reference) on this subject. Deadline would be about a week and a half. APA format please and it will be checked thru safe assign. 
Topic 5: Space Missions (or Telescopes) from Past to Future
This topic asks you to review different space programs (at least three) that explore the solar system and the universe. In your opinion, which program has been the most successful and has the greatest potential for further success? Discuss their previous achievements and future plans. Visit the links below to get started:http://www.nasa.gov/missions/ http://www.esa.int/ESA


Info on what the paper should look like
1. Title Page: You should include an APA formatted title page with this draft. Your title page should include the title of your paper, your name, the name of your university (Columbia Southern University, and a page header (the running head and the page number). To see an example, refer to the CSU APA Guide (6th edition) in the myCSU Student Portal.
2. Abstract: The abstract is a short (150-250 words) summary of your research paper, and it should be written only after you have finished writing the entire paper because the way your abstract is worded largely depends on the development of your paper. Your abstract should let the readers know about the purposes, reasons, and goals of your research. This is also where your hypothesis, or educated guess, regarding your topic should be introduced.
3. Introduction: Draft and revise an introduction that contains approximately 200-300 words.
4. Background: Provide detailed knowledge regarding the background of your topic, including any experimental data
or research history. This section of your paper should contain approximately 300-400 words (about 1 page).
5. Analysis and Development: This section is the core of your research paper. It should include any type of
hypothesis, or educated guess, which accompanies your topic. Based on the background information, you should construct a solution or answer to what your topic addresses. You should systematically investigate and develop your thoughts to explain your stance on the topic chosen. If needed, you can add subheadings within this section, which should contain roughly 600-900 words (or 2-3 pages double spaced).
6. Discussion/Conclusion: Your conclusion should pull together your entire paper. Do not consider this section a summary of your paper; your abstract is the summary of your paper. Instead, your conclusion is your opportunity to suggest what might be done with your findings, as well as any further ideas or questions for future research you may wish to propose. At this point, you should have arrived at a solid conclusion based on your analysis and development. Your conclusion should contain approximately 250-350 words.
7. Reference List: Include an APA-formatted reference list as the last page of your research paper.

Additional Requirements 

Min Pages: 5 
Max Pages: 6 
Other Requirements: 1. Title Page: You should include an APA formatted title page with this draft. Your title page should include the title of your paper, your name, the name of your university (Columbia Southern University, and a page header (the running head and the page number). 
2. Abstract: The abstract is a short (150-250 words) summary of your research paper, and it should be written only after you have finished writing the entire paper because the way your abstract is worded largely depends on the development of your paper. Your abstract should let the readers know about the purposes, reasons, and goals of your research. This is also where your hypothesis, or educated guess, regarding your topic should be introduced.
3. Introduction: Draft and revise an introduction that contains approximately 200-300 words.
4. Background: Provide detailed knowledge regarding the background of your topic, including any experimental data
or research history. This section of your paper should contain approximately 300-400 words (about 1 page).
5. Analysis and Development: This section is the core of your research paper. It should include any type of
hypothesis, or educated guess, which accompanies your topic. Based on the background information, you should construct a solution or answer to what your topic addresses. You should systematically investigate and develop your thoughts to explain your stance on the topic chosen. If needed, you can add subheadings within this section, which should contain roughly 600-900 words (or 2-3 pages double spaced).
6. Discussion/Conclusion: Your conclusion should pull together your entire paper. Do not consider this section a summary of your paper; your abstract is the summary of your paper. Instead, your conclusion is your opportunity to suggest what might be done with your findings, as well as any further ideas or questions for future research you may wish to propose. At this point, you should have arrived at a solid conclusion based on your analysis and development. Your conclusion should contain approximately 250-350 words.
7. Reference List: Include an APA-formatted reference list as the last page of your research paper.