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This 5-E lesson connects the shape of Earth's surface (and the names of the features that correspond to those shapes and textures) to the processes...
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Robots can be found in factories, in homes, and even in movies. But, they also help with space exploration. How are robots an important part of space...
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Employ students' creativity and artistic talents to build on their knowledge of science and scientific concepts. The guide includes teaching tips and...
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In this lesson, students examine materials used in the aerospace industry and learn how researchers develop new materials for flying faster.
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  • 3-5, MS, HS
This collection of activities is based on a weekly series of space science problems distributed to thousands of teachers during the 2010-2011 school...
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Using a plot of the innermost solar system, students can count the number of minor planets (asteroids, comets, etc.) with orbits of less than 1.3...
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  • Science
  • MS, HS
In this activity, students learn what a transit is and what effects a planet's size and distance from its star have on transit behavior.
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In this Math and Science @ Work advanced statistics activity, students evaluate pressures experienced by astronauts during underwater training.
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Learn how NASA determined the best shape for the first manned space capsules. This series includes a video clip, audio clip and teachers guide.
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This is a research assignment where students can use an EPA database to determine the greatest producers of air pollutants within their county.