Lessons for Astronauts

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  • 5 Light and shadows: Lightness and darkness in space - … its path. A screen is not needed. Activities Activity 1 Astronaut Piers J. Sellers conducting a demonstration of orbiter heat shield … Photos of astronautsa shadows on the Moon Additional photos of astronauts on the Moon will test your studentsa ability to determine … following examples. astronaut walking on moon astronaut waving American flag on moon footprint on moon astronaut conducting field work on moon astronaut carrying equipment …
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  • Mass--Lesson Plan #26 - … distinction between weight and mass, followed by a description of astronaut mass measurements in a zero-g environment, conducted in 1973 … gravity. Learn about space station Skylab and the measurement of astronaut mass conducted aboard it. Terms: mass, weight, inertia, zero-g … root of the mass.) How was astronaut mass measured aboard Skylab? What did measurements of astronaut mass aboard Skylab reveal? (Question after …
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  • Mass--Lesson Plan #26 - … distinction between weight and mass, followed by a description of astronaut mass measurements in a zero-g environment, conducted in 1973 … gravity. Learn about space station Skylab and the measurement of astronaut mass conducted aboard it. Terms: mass, weight, inertia, zero-g … root of the mass.) How was astronaut mass measured aboard Skylab? What did measurements of astronaut mass aboard Skylab reveal? (Question after …
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  • What Would You Take to Space? - … eating in microgravity. The food that astronauts eat, how food is packaged, and even how astronauts eat a meal is different in space. There are seven types of foods available to astronauts: 1. Beverages … to take. 2. Astronauts use packets of condiments (ketchup, mustard, etc.) instead of large containers. Why? 3. Astronauts are not able to …
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  • Mass - … distinction between weight and mass, followed by a description of astronaut mass measurements in a zero-g environment, conducted in 1973 … gravity. Learn about space station Skylab and the measurement of astronaut mass conducted aboard it. Terms: mass, weight, inertia, zero-g … root of the mass.) How was astronaut mass measured aboard Skylab? What did measurements of astronaut mass aboard Skylab reveal? (Question after …
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  • The Water We Drink - … water gets contaminated. 4. Explain methods used by agriculturalists and astronauts to conserve and keep water clean. Science Competencies/Standards : NSES … the students. Objective 4: Explain methods used by agriculturalists and astronauts to conserve and keep water clean. 5-10 minutes Why … to conserve water down here - compared to our astronauts, it's a cinch! Astronauts recycle all of the water used on the …
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  • Health Issues Related to Space Experiments - … the Web site to acquire information about health of astronauts and problems that astronauts experience in microgravity environments. The major health issues … ,? ?Mixed Up in Space,? ?The Phantom Torso,? and ?Leafy Green Astronauts.? The articles address health issues of physical affects of microgravity … is on the ground. That hardly sounds weightless! But orbiting astronauts nevertheless feel weightless because they and their spacecraft are freely …
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  • Weight a Minute - … by gravity on the cup and the water. Say, "Whenever astronauts orbit Earth inside a space craft, they become weightless as … term originate?" (a feeling or sensation of lightness; space program/astronaut) "Under normal cir-cumstances, how many G's do you … , "...but they don't stop it completely." Video is an astronaut lifting weights for body tone. Engage students in interaction as … in a simulated space mission and learn the jobs of astronauts and mission control personnel. Invite a professional scuba diver to …
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  • Space Tag - … . The other students are "Astronauts." The Aliens are trying to rid outer space of the pesky Astronauts who keep placing satellites and … hole is for another Astronaut to pull them out without stepping inside the black hole. If an Astronaut wants to be safe … one Astronaut is allowed inside the space station at a time. However, if another Astronaut steps inside the space station the first Astronaut
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  • Moon Walk - … . At a conference in Los Angeles in September 2002, retired astronaut Buzz Aldrin, aged 72 was confronted by conspiracy theorist Bart … creating the technologies - such as spacesuits and spacecraft - that enable astronauts to visit the Moon. Engineers also develop and improve the … . So, how do astronauts communicate? The absence of atmosphere also affects gravity or weight; it is easier for astronauts to explore the …
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