Lessons for Astronauts

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  • Esl - … : Students will study the meaning of the word astronaut Students will identify the astronauts by name Students will discuss the event Students … pictures of astronauts and the Apollo landing. Closure Teacher will review the names of the astronauts, the meaning of the word astronaut, and … will be assess with a short quiz astronauts and space exploration. Materials: Pictures of Astronauts and rockets. Video Apollo 13, Computer for …
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  • Destination: Mars - … .org/lessons/docs_lessons/392_icantouchthestars2.pdf NASA Astronaut Requirements: Tells kids what it takes to become an astronaut. www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents … students to develop a letter to the space station astronauts that asks the astronauts to prioritize a list of resources (similar to … to explore further two special astronauts: Dr. Sally Ride and Senator John Glenn. Use the NASA Astronaut Requirements page to learn about …
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  • Careers in the Space Industry - … not have been possible. Career ? Astronaut In any discussion regarding careers in space, the career "astronaut" is always a popular topic. The Canadian Space Agency, the sole employer of the Canadian astronauts, currently maintains an astronaut corps … a Canadian astronaut, along with a minimum of three years of related professional experience in the field. Canada?s astronauts undertake experiments …
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  • Unlocking the Endocrine System - … about why communication would be important for astronauts. Does anyone have any ideas? (Possible answers: Astronauts need to be able to talk … such as space, astronauts cannot easily send letters back to Earth to see how everything is going. However, astronauts need to be … ! Who remembers why communication is important to astronauts and engineers? That's right, astronauts and engineers have to communicate well with each …
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  • Two's Company - … Rockets Inc asked their astronauts to volunteer for the first space mission to land on the Sun. The astronauts were promised all … of two below the number of astronauts present. For example, suppose there were 19 astronauts. For 16 astronauts seat 16 would be the last chosen, that means that for 17 astronauts seat 2 would be it, 18 would be 4 and 19 astronauts would mean that seat 6 …
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  • Space: Your Future Frontier? - … portion of the video when the astronaut is performing maneuvers outside the spacecraft. What is the astronaut wearing? (A spacesuit). Who designs … on the manufacturing of space suits for astronauts. Think back to the video when the astronaut was pulling the space suit on … space suits? "Underwater Training Data Collectors" In addition to getting astronauts used to the feel of weightlessness in underwater training, NASA … a disabled astronaut? Do all humans move at the same rate in space? How about their oxygen, do all astronauts breath at …
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  • Grubbin' In Space - … . Students will participate in simulations that spotlight the unique challenges astronauts face when dining in space. Science Students will be able … education home page to obtain information about correspondence opportunities with astronauts, or government officials working at NASA. Invite them to the … / NASA FTCSC develops new processes and products that will permit astronauts to feed themselves with a combination of foods prepared on …
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  • Space Milestones - … 1. Ask students to brainstorm names of astronauts from NASA space missions. For each astronaut, ask students if they know why his … center. Suggested Readings Astronauts: Training for Space Michael D. Cole. Enslow Publishers, 1999. Enter the world of astronauts and learn what it … the operation of aircraft. Context:Astronauts and other scientists who work at NASA have training inaeronautics. astronaut Definition:A person who pilots …
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  • Our Amazing Skeleton - … : 20 minutes Lesson Dependency :None Keywords: muscle, bone, skeleton, joints, astronauts, exercise, osteoporosis, biomedical, outer space Reviews: Read Reviews | Review/Comment … ). But, the same thing can happen to astronauts in the microgravity environment of space. Astronauts have a real problem with their bones … and Space Administration, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, The Virtual Astronaut, September 30, 2005, "Weight of the World Activity," http://virtualastronaut …
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  • Out of Breath - … 5 Keywords: respiratory system, lungs, pulmonary capillaries, trachea, alveoli, bronchi, astronaut, space Reviews: Read Reviews | Review/Comment Related Curriculum subject areas … False: An astronaut can breathe easily in space the same as they do on Earth. (Answer: False. An astronaut cannot breathe the … student investigations that describe some of the physiological changes that astronauts go through during space flight. They are mostly geared towards …
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