Exploration is the act of searching or traveling around a terrain (including space, see space exploration) for the purpose of discovery of resources or information. Exploration occurs in all non-sessile animal species, including humans. In human history, its peak is arguably seen during the Age of Discovery for Europe's contact with the rest of the world, and major explorations after the Age of Discovery for scientific exploration in the modern era.
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... Aboriginal guides and assistance in the European exploration of the colony were common and often vital to the success of missions ...
... early reconnaissances of Mount Everest while Tillman led deep-sea sailing explorations ... in the development of scuba diving and of underwater marine research and explorations ... Salak has done solo exploration to regions such as Borneo, Libya, Iran, Madagascar, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo ...
... The main objective of the "Lightweight Technologies for Exploration Rovers" project (ROV-E) is the development of the technologies required to obtain "lightweight–fully ... science and technology", Area 9.2.1."Research to support space science and exploration ... SPA.2009.2.1.04 Space transportation for space exploration ...
... The Pangani Forest Exploration Trail is a walkway next to Kilimanjaro Safaris at the Disney's Animal Kingdom in the Walt Disney World Resort, Florida ... The attraction was originally known as Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail but the name was changed in August 1998 ...
... broad Congressional support for the new national Vision for Space Exploration outside of low-earth orbit, which the SEA refers to as "Moon, Mars and ... participants demonstrated the broad support the new Vision for Space Exploration is finding across the country ... first-year funding for the Vision for Space Exploration initiative, which the SEA viewed as a necessary first step for in-depth planning of the exploration program to commence in earnest ...
Famous quotes containing the word exploration:
“I call her old. She has one family
Whose claim is good to being settled here
Before the era of colonization,
And before that of exploration even.
John Smith remarked them as he coasted by....”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“For women who do not love us, as for the disappeared, knowing that we no longer have any hope does not prevent us form continuing to wait. We live on our guard, on watch; women whose son has gone asea on a dangerous exploration imagine at any minute, although it has long been certain that he has perished, that he will enter, miraculously saved, and healthy.”
—Marcel Proust (18711922)
“Typography tended to alter language from a means of perception and exploration to a portable commodity.”
—Marshall McLuhan (19111980)