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Scales and beam balances do not work in microgravity. In this activity, teachers will construct inertial balances so that groups of students will be...
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This NASA educator guide is designed to provide educators with a quick reference to materials and resources that are useful for understanding the...
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Apply mathematics to understand Earth's natural satellite and future missions to the moon. Problems in Lunar Math use mathematical applications to...
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The Mars Curriculum Modules are designed to help bring the topic of Mars into your 4th through 12th grade classrooms.
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Mars Math is designed to supplement the teaching of mathematical topics or to help assess student mastery. This collection of 24 problems and...
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MAVEN will study the upper Martian atmosphere to find out how Mars lost its atmosphere over time. Where did the atmosphere--and the water--go? This...
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Use three demonstrations that create microgravity conditions. The Falling Weight apparatus teacher demonstration has instructions for building a...
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Use these great modules from NASA to teach your students all about Mars and the rest of the universe!
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The landing sites of Apollo 11, 12, 14, 15, 16 and 17 are marked on this photo of the moon.
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In this activity students can discover their oxygen requirements during relaxation and during strenuous activity. Then they can determine how much...