Lessons for Astronauts

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  • Space & Its Exploration - … takes to become an astronaut today. What education, experience and skills are needed? How many women and minority astronauts are there? * Design … mission. Often, the names of the astronauts have been included. ü Pretend that you are an astronaut on the next Apollo mission slated … , visit an "archived astronaut" to view questions that were previously posed to him. Submit a question to the astronaut. Make sure to …
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  • Raising the Bar While Hogging the Ham (Radio, That Is) - … officials must convince Congress that the astronauts ARE making too many ham radio calls. The astronauts must convince Congress that they ARE … that the data reflects the names of astronauts and the number of phone calls each astronaut made during a one month period … student to again explain what the goal of the astronauts is (The astronauts' goal is to create a bar graph that will … to the information as it is presented on the astronauts' graphs. (If the astronauts have done their job, the graph will appear …
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  • Fighting Back! - … , thymus, lymph system, white blood cells, T-cells, vaccine, antibodies, astronaut, immunity, bacteria Reviews: Read Reviews | Review/Comment Related Curriculum subject … are microgravity, radiation exposure, and other unknown factors. Another problem astronauts encounter is the closed spacecraft environment, which increases the risk … and measuring the immunity of astronauts. It is also an engineer's responsibility to make sure the astronauts have a designed environment …
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  • Just Passing Through - … 10 Time Required: 15 minutes Lesson Dependency :None Keywords: excretory, astronaut, body, urinary system, kidney, filter, dialysis, dialysis machine Reviews: Read … designed a system to help astronauts go to the bathroom in outer space. How exactly do astronauts go to the bathroom in … in space, astronauts must use a special vacuum system to pull their waste into a disposal system. Also, the astronauts need to … it work? Astronauts must use a special vacuum system to pull their waste into a disposal system. Also, the astronauts need to …
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  • Mission Mastermind - … : No answer attempted. Solutions: Answers to "The Final Astronaut Challenge": Sequence Rationale D Astronaut Training in Water Tanks * Practice in simulated environment … . They are based on the astronauts practicing the EVAs in the neutral buoyancy tank. The astronauts may encounter unforeseen difficulties while actually … is visible behind the astronaut in the image entitled "Astronaut Hangs Out on Shuttle Arm." Materials: Image entitled "Astronaut Hangs Out on Shuttle …
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  • Grade 9 Science Space Exploration - … ) 2. Script Interview with an Astronaut: Mr. Steve MacLean 1) Do you enjoy your job as an astronaut? Yes, I enjoy it … is the best part of being an astronaut? The best part of being an astronaut is getting to work with some very … selected as one of the first six Canadian astronauts in December 1983. I began astronaut training in February 1984. From 1987 to … an astronaut? Getting an interview and then getting selected to be an astronaut is the greatest challenge. Once you are an astronaut the …
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  • Food For Spaceflight - … How do astronauts eat in space? o Is eating in space the same as eating on Earth? o Do astronauts eat the same foods we do? o How do the astronauts make sandwiches? o How do the astronauts drink? o What if astronauts … Section. Observation As astronauts travel into space, they need energy and proper nutrition to keep them going. Astronauts have to take their … /support/people/ssmith.html. Vickie Kloeris oversees nutrition requirements for astronauts and ensures that plenty of consumables are available for International …
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  • Walk, Run, Jump! - … work, so they can make sure the astronauts are in tip-top shape. When astronauts travel into outer space, they are in … microgravity affects the astronauts' muscles. Engineers and scientists know that microgravity leads to muscle atrophy (which means the astronauts' muscles get very … exercise equipment for astronauts in space. Have them use the following vocabulary words in their reflection: muscle, voluntary, engineer, astronaut, exercise. Activity …
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  • Students will use biographical reference tools to research famous cosmonauts and astronauts who will be celebrated during the upcoming centennial of flight. This lesson is interactive in that students work together to derive information about a famous his - … interesting facts about an astronaut. Pair students and distribute one paper spacecraft comprising the name of an astronaut (see Paper Rockets JPEG … 2 pieces of information about the assigned astronaut. Ask them to find what the astronaut is most famous for, the name of … feel is the astronaut's (or the particular mission's) most important contribution.Example: In May 1961, Mercury astronaut Alan Shepard became … to locate an image of their astronaut or the kind of spacecraft flown by the astronaut (or both). The image isn't …
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  • Women in Space - … there were any women astronauts on the Apollo. Tell students that in 1969, there were no women astronauts that went to space … first American woman to be an astronaut and go to outer space. She was an astronaut for many years, but finally in … NASA was looking for astronauts. She remembered when the Apollo 11 went up to space and the Astronauts walked on the moon … NASA was looking for astronauts. She remembered when the Apollo 11 went up to space and the astronauts walked on the moon …
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