What is Technical Writing?
Technical writing refers to the special methods of writing depending upon the field, skills, or content. Technical writing in science can vary depending upon the task and purpose. TW in science can include computer program writing, lab reports, research reports or essays, field communication with other scientists, peer reviews, and much more.
Throughout the course of exploring our Solar System, we have learned about the relative scale size and distances in space. Beyond our solar system lies other space objects and unknown phenomena. Because of technology, we are just now getting a glimpse into other galaxies and the viewable universe. You will write a report on a topic related to space that is “beyond Earth.” General topics could include: black holes, wormholes, the “Goldilocks Zone,” Planet X, dwarf planets, other galaxies, life cycles of stars, dark energy, dark matter, the Big Bang Theory, exoplanets, the Kuiper Belt, the Oort Cloud, pulsars, rings of the outer planets, the asteroid belt, moons on other planets, and much more!