Lessons for Astronauts

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  • Space Travel - … spacecraft to biomedical engineers who design ways to care for astronauts' health while traveling in space, people from almost every discipline … needed items (food, research supplies, etc.), accept visitors and exchange astronauts who are living in the space station. Electricity is provided … of class.) Post-Introduction Assessment Discussion Topic: International Space Station astronauts set up a program that enables them to talk to …
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  • Doin' the Moonwalk - … provides a wealth of information on the Apollo missions, including astronauts, spacecraft, moon shots, etc. Audio and video clips of the … and make copies for students. Prepare moon vocabulary chart (Apollo, astronaut, atmosphere, crater, earth, maria, moon, moonlight, phases, reflect, rock, rocket … to introduce students to the space suits worn by Apollo astronauts that protected them from the extreme temperatures. Provide a FOCUS …
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  • How Much Would You Weigh On Distant Planets? - … . Astronaut falling during Apollo 17. Astronaut jumping during Apollo 17. Astronaut throwing a sack during Apollo 17. Astronauts walking on the moon. Collection of Astronaut … on the Moon during Apollo 16. Astronaut falling during Apollo 17. Astronaut jumping during Apollo 17. Astronaut throwing a sack during Apollo 17. Kicking a rock during Apollo 17. Collection of Astronaut mishaps …
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  • Journey to the Solar System - … we'll put the astronauts on the bulleti n board with a Ziploc baggie taped onto the astronaut's hand. Then each … on shuttles and astronauts. Discussion will include the special and appropriate clothing, food, activities, and work of the astronaut. Discussion will even … I want to know What I have learned ©abcteach Astronaut Booklet Cover Astronaut Booklet Cover: Color the picture and cut out. Trace …
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  • Reading and Listening for Information (Optional) - … followed was an epic struggle of skilled and highly trained astronauts working in close coordination with the ground-based team at … part of the ship became the astronauts' "lifeboat?" The Lunar Module 5. How long were the astronauts up in space waiting and … . The two astronauts walked on the Moon. They picked up rocks and dirt to bring back to Earth. The astronauts had much work to do. Then, the Eagle went back to meet astronaut Collins. He was in …
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  • Exploring the Heavens: Women in the Space Program - … ) asking for information on becoming an astronaut. NASA replied that they did not accept women for astronaut training. Times have surely changed … are necessary to become an astronaut. 5. Ask students, again, if anyone would like to become an astronaut. Extending the Lesson: This … : Timeline: Women in Space Women in Space Firsts Former Astronauts Active Astronauts American Female Astronauts Credits: This lesson was developed by Averil McClelland …
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  • Risky Rays - … the name of an occupation that may involve radiation exposure [astronaut, x-ray technician, nuclear power plant employee, flight attendant, laboratory … and of an astronaut." Have groups share their lists of safety concerns for both dental hygienists and for astronauts. If no group … radiation exposure experienced by astronauts on Apollo 14. Create a chart that compares the amounts of radiation that astronauts were exposed to …
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  • Challenges and Rewards - … article "20 Years Later, a Tribute to the Fallen Challenger Astronauts" found online at http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/featured_articles … article "20 Years Later, a Tribute to the Fallen Challenger Astronauts" (http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/featured_articles/20060130monday.html), focusing … ? -Who were the participating astronauts - what were their names and roles? -What challenges (technical and otherwise) did the astronauts face? -Were they …
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  • Nerve Racking - … , five senses, eye, ear, taste buds, smell, touch, human body, astronaut, space Reviews: Read Reviews | Review/Comment Related Curriculum subject areas … interpret the information correctly. This same thing actually happens when astronauts first get to space. The hairs in the inner ear … another crewmember or mission control just told them seconds ago. Astronauts compensate for this by writing down notes when they are …
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  • Fascinating Friction! - … : US$ 2.00 Keywords: joints, friction, bone, lubrication, skeleton, NASA, astronauts, cartilage, synovial fluid Reviews: Read Reviews | Review/Comment Related Curriculum … can make it difficult for astronauts to work on the space station or on space shuttles. Since astronauts are not used to … travel in space. Have the students brainstorm ways to help astronauts move around in a frictionless environment. Attachments (Return to Contents …
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