Lessons for Astronauts

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  • Contributions of Hispanic Astronauts/Planetary Characteristics - … that astronauts are positive role models? A. Astronauts are leaders and involved in NASA. B. Astronauts have to complete an intense program. C. Astronauts participate in many activities. D. Astronauts come … statement shows that astronauts work hard to achieve their goals? F. Astronauts are responsible for their families. G. Astronauts are responsible for other …
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  • Digestive System - … are also responsible for designing the way astronauts eat their meals in space. When the astronauts want to eat a meal, they … space! Figure 3. A typical astronaut's meal. click for copyright Now that we understand how astronauts eat in outer space, let … space shuttle. Clearly, engineers help astronauts stay healthy in space. (For more information on how astronauts eat in outer space, check out …
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  • Lunch in Outer Space! - … copyright Engineers have designed many ways for astronauts to have food in space. When astronauts first started traveling in outer space, much … the astronauts' food taste delicious! Now, seven different forms of food are available to astronauts giving them more meal choices. Before the astronauts … , all their food is waiting for the astronauts in the space shuttle. Each astronaut has a unique colored dot on all their …
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  • Far Out Food and Work In Space - … if they think astronauts have to do the same things when in space. Read I Want to be an Astronaut by Byron … healthy food tray for an astronaut. Students will discuss aspects of living and working in space as astronauts, as well as other … if they think astronauts have to do the same things when in space. Read I Want to be an Astronaut by Byron … if they think astronauts have to do the same things when in space. Read I Want to be an Astronaut by Byron …
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  • Human Needs - … exercise also helps astronauts decrease bone and muscle losses. Continue the class discussion by asking these questions: * What do astronauts do to … space flight is much like the foods the astronauts would eat at home. Astronauts in space may choose from foods such as … program helps monitor the health of the astronauts. At least one week prior to launch, astronauts move into isolation in a closely …
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  • Far Out! - … do astronauts prevent fires on the I.S.S.? -What safety protocols must astronauts follow during routine activities? -What do astronauts wear for … time do astronauts on the I.S.S. have? -What do astronauts do with their free time? -Where and how do astronauts sleep … . What qualifications are required for a career as an astronaut? How do astronauts train for a trip to the International Space Station …
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  • Muscles, Muscles Everywhere - … muscles and how outer space affects astronauts' muscles. They will discover how important it is for astronauts to get adequate exercise both … voluntary muscles. Describe what happens to astronauts' muscles in outer space. Relate that engineers help astronauts stay healthy in outer space by … machines for astronauts to use while in space). Show students pictures of actual exercise machines that NASA designed for astronauts to use …
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  • Touchdown Challenge: A Physical Science Mission to Mars - … of paper, straws, and miniature marshmallows that will protect two astronauts when landing on Mars. Students are able to develop engineering … re-design and make improvements on their shock-absorbing for astronauts when landing on Mars based upon testing results. Additional Learning … of paper, straws, and miniature marshmallows that will protect two astronauts when landing on Mars. Students are able to develop engineering …
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  • Move Your Muscles! - … . Therefore, how do astronauts get the exercise they need? Engineers at NASA have developed special machines to help astronauts create a load … - just like the astronauts. Today we are going to learn more about muscles and how engineers help keep astronaut's muscles healthy … (Answer: True) True or False: Astronauts do not need to exercise in outer space (Answer: False; astronauts need to exercise to keep …
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  • A Sick Astronaut - … 14 Lesson 14 A Sick Astronaut Teacher’s Notes: Outline / Discussion Point Lesson 14. A Sick Astronaut TEACHER’S NOTES Outline / Discussion … : Activity 1, Handout 2 / Assessment / Adaptations Lesson 14. A Sick Astronaut Teacher’s Notes Activity 1. A Temperature Investigation TEACHER’S … Martin Lesson 14. A Sick Astronaut Activity 1, Handout 1: Data Analysis Sheet Lesson 14: A Sick Astronaut Activity 1. A Temperature …
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