[Answer] What was one characteristic of early European exploration?It was safe.It was fast.It was expensive.It was predictable.

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What was one characteristic of early European exploration?It was safe.It was fast.It was expensive.It was predictable.

Ancient tattooing was most widely practiced among the Austronesian people.It was one of the early technologies developed by the Proto-Austronesians in Taiwan and coastal South China prior to at least 1500 BCE before the Austronesian expansion into the islands of the Indo-Pacific. It may have originally been associated with headhunting. Tattooing traditions including facial tattooing can be …

Colonization of the Moon is a concept employed by some proposals of establishing permanent human settlement or robotic presence on the Moon the closest astronomical body to Earth and the Earth’s only natural satellite.However the term colonization can have negative implications and therefore its use for space has been questioned some suggesting more basic concepts such as space settlement …

The cuisine of early modern Europe (c. 1500–1800) was a mix of dishes inherited from medieval cuisine combined with innovations that would persist in the modern era.. The discovery of the New World the establishment of new trade routes with Asia and increased foreign influences from sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East meant that Europeans became familiarized with a multitude of new …

The Manila galleon trade (See: Spanish treasure fleet) was one of the most persistent perilous and profitable commercial enterprises in European colonial history. This highly profitable trade (profits could reach 200-300%) with an almost annual trip by one to two ships to the Philippines and back down the California coast was continued for …

The Hubble Space Telescope (often referred to as HST or Hubble) is a space telescope that was launched into low Earth orbit in 1990 and remains in operation. It was not the first space telescope but it is one of the largest and most versatile renowned both as a vital research too…

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