Lessons for Astronauts

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  • The Space Shuttle - … the importance of computer simulations to the space program. Could astronauts be trained properly without them? Can every dangerous situation be … . quarantine Definition:To isolate from normal relations or communications. Context:Astronauts are quarantined for up to seven days before a mission … . Context:Although the gravitational attraction keeping an astronaut in orbit continues to exist, the astronaut is said to be in a zero …
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  • Out of This World! - … current trends at NASA to make astronaut food more appetizing by reading and discussing, "Taking Humdrum Astronaut Food, and Kicking It Up … / Materials: -pens/pencils -classroom board -copies of article, "Taking Humdrum Astronaut Food, and Kicking It Up a Notch" found online at … between Emeril Lagasse and NASA to create meals for the astronauts. Possible resources include: An extensive history of food trends, facts …
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  • The Canadarm - … Industry Scientific community Media Museums/Science Centres and Cities Activities Astronauts Space Missions Earth Observation Satellites Science Space Station David Florida … Careers Grants and contributions Images and videos Publications Virtual visit Astronautics vocabulary Proactive Disclosure Proactive Disclosure Table of Contents Canadarm The … history of Canada's Space Program. First, Canadian Space Agency Astronaut Chris Hadfield will install the huge new Canadian robotic arm …
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  • Mass vs. Weight: Introduction - … this video from NASA's Teaching From Space initiative, two astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) describe mass and weight … a gravitational force - the astronauts are weightless. The condition of weightlessness on board the space station allows astronauts to conduct experiments and … happen if one astronauts had much more mass than the other. After Viewing What are some other demonstrations the astronauts could do …
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  • Mass vs. Weight: Introduction - … this video from NASA's Teaching From Space initiative, two astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) describe mass and weight … a gravitational force - the astronauts are weightless. The condition of weightlessness on board the space station allows astronauts to conduct experiments and … happen if one astronauts had much more mass than the other. After Viewing What are some other demonstrations the astronauts could do …
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  • Circular Motion and Introduction to Relativity - … ) = 35 years So an astronaut's friends on Earth age 35 years while the astronaut is gone. The astronaut returns to Earth only … at rest with respect to the observer; for example, the astronauts are in such a reference frame v = speed of each … L subscript 1 = 1000(*(1-(.99)squared) = 140 meters If astronauts observe a copy of their ship on Earth while they … explain that some students should describe the trip from the astronauts' reference frame and others should describe what observers on Earth …
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  • Astronaut on a Space Walk - … astronaut gear. 2. Design a replica of an astronaut in space using these ideas to whet your imagination! If you create your astronaut … your astronaut. The bigger the torso, the bigger the astronaut! Make sure the size is appropriate for the head. For the astronaut body … representations of authentic astronaut gear? How detailed are the replicas? Did students work diligently and imaginatively to design their astronauts? Look Insidea …
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  • Rotating Frames of Reference in Space and on Earth - … TV an astronaut inside the orbiting shuttle, standing in front of the camera. The way gravity acts on that astronaut's body … accelerating. The astronaut in front of the camera is moving, at the orbital velocity of 8 km/sec. The astronaut is accelerating … space, inside a wheel-shaped rotating space station... Questions Are astronauts weightless in space because they have gone beyond the reach …
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  • 30 Years of the Space Shuttle: A Fact Scavenger Hunt - … five different shuttles have carried more than 350 astronauts to space. On these missions, astronauts have helped build and maintain the International … learned about space from images collected with the Hubble telescope? Astronauts have described space as an "alien" environment where things behave … "morale is pretty low" among astronauts. Have any students in the class ever dreamed of being astronauts? Do they still aspire to …
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  • Manned Mission to Mars - … human risks are discussed and evaluated to minimize danger to astronauts. A specialized launch schedule is provided and the different professions … space while the astronauts are in transit from one planet to another. This environment poses an intermediate risk to astronauts, which comes … to make sure everything was received successfully before sending astronauts.) What kinds of astronauts will be on the first crew to land …
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