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In this episode, Breaking Barriers: Solving Linear Equations, students learn about supersonic aircraft while investigating the nature of science. They look at how NASA researchers continue to modify their work as powerful machines are built that push hypersonic records to Mach 10 and beyond. NASA engineers and scientists use algebraic equations to help them build models that will fly faster, longer and higher. By conducting inquiry-based and web activities, students connect NASA research with...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/breaking_barriers/index.html
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In this episode, Breaking Barriers: Solving Linear Equations, students learn about supersonic aircraft while investigating the nature of science. They look at how NASA researchers continue to modify their work as powerful machines are built that push hypersonic records to Mach 10 and beyond. NASA engineers and scientists use algebraic equations to help them build models that will fly faster, longer and higher. By conducting inquiry-based and web activities, students connect NASA research with...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/breaking_barriers/index.html
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In this episode, Breaking Barriers: Solving Linear Equations, students learn about supersonic aircraft while investigating the nature of science. They look at how NASA researchers continue to modify their work as powerful machines are built that push hypersonic records to Mach 10 and beyond. NASA engineers and scientists use algebraic equations to help them build models that will fly faster, longer and higher. By conducting inquiry-based and web activities, students connect NASA research with...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/breaking_barriers/index.html
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In this episode, Breaking Barriers: Solving Linear Equations, students learn about supersonic aircraft while investigating the nature of science. They look at how NASA researchers continue to modify their work as powerful machines are built that push hypersonic records to Mach 10 and beyond. NASA engineers and scientists use algebraic equations to help them build models that will fly faster, longer and higher. By conducting inquiry-based and web activities, students connect NASA research with...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/breaking_barriers/index.html
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In Path of Totality: Measuring Angular Size and Distance, students learn about the natural phenomena that create a total eclipse. Students also explore the history, mythology, science, and math that relate to these amazing events. NASA scientists and engineers introduce a satellite where scientists make artificial eclipses in order to learn more about the Sun__s corona. Using hands-on lessons, web-based activities and simple tools, students will measure the angular size and predict the angular...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/path_of_totality/index.html
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In Path of Totality: Measuring Angular Size and Distance, students learn about the natural phenomena that create a total eclipse. Students also explore the history, mythology, science, and math that relate to these amazing events. NASA scientists and engineers introduce a satellite where scientists make artificial eclipses in order to learn more about the Sun__s corona. Using hands-on lessons, web-based activities and simple tools, students will measure the angular size and predict the angular...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/path_of_totality/index.html
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In Path of Totality: Measuring Angular Size and Distance, students learn about the natural phenomena that create a total eclipse. Students also explore the history, mythology, science, and math that relate to these amazing events. NASA scientists and engineers introduce a satellite where scientists make artificial eclipses in order to learn more about the Sun__s corona. Using hands-on lessons, web-based activities and simple tools, students will measure the angular size and predict the angular...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/path_of_totality/index.html
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In Path of Totality: Measuring Angular Size and Distance, students learn about the natural phenomena that create a total eclipse. Students also explore the history, mythology, science, and math that relate to these amazing events. NASA scientists and engineers introduce a satellite where scientists make artificial eclipses in order to learn more about the Sun__s corona. Using hands-on lessons, web-based activities and simple tools, students will measure the angular size and predict the angular...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/path_of_totality/index.html
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In Path of Totality: Measuring Angular Size and Distance, students learn about the natural phenomena that create a total eclipse. Students also explore the history, mythology, science, and math that relate to these amazing events. NASA scientists and engineers introduce a satellite where scientists make artificial eclipses in order to learn more about the Sun__s corona. Using hands-on lessons, web-based activities and simple tools, students will measure the angular size and predict the angular...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/path_of_totality/index.html
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In Path of Totality: Measuring Angular Size and Distance, students learn about the natural phenomena that create a total eclipse. Students also explore the history, mythology, science, and math that relate to these amazing events. NASA scientists and engineers introduce a satellite where scientists make artificial eclipses in order to learn more about the Sun__s corona. Using hands-on lessons, web-based activities and simple tools, students will measure the angular size and predict the angular...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/path_of_totality/index.html
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In Path of Totality: Measuring Angular Size and Distance, students learn about the natural phenomena that create a total eclipse. Students also explore the history, mythology, science, and math that relate to these amazing events. NASA scientists and engineers introduce a satellite where scientists make artificial eclipses in order to learn more about the Sun__s corona. Using hands-on lessons, web-based activities and simple tools, students will measure the angular size and predict the angular...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/path_of_totality/index.html
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by NASA LaRC Office of Education
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In Path of Totality: Measuring Angular Size and Distance, students learn about the natural phenomena that create a total eclipse. Students also explore the history, mythology, science, and math that relate to these amazing events. NASA scientists and engineers introduce a satellite where scientists make artificial eclipses in order to learn more about the Sun__s corona. Using hands-on lessons, web-based activities and simple tools, students will measure the angular size and predict the angular...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/path_of_totality/index.html
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In Path of Totality: Measuring Angular Size and Distance, students learn about the natural phenomena that create a total eclipse. Students also explore the history, mythology, science, and math that relate to these amazing events. NASA scientists and engineers introduce a satellite where scientists make artificial eclipses in order to learn more about the Sun__s corona. Using hands-on lessons, web-based activities and simple tools, students will measure the angular size and predict the angular...
Topic: NASA Connect
Source: http://connect.larc.nasa.gov/programs/2005-2006/path_of_totality/index.html
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Second segment of episode 20 contains the TechWatch segment which describes how NASA research has been the driving force behind new medical technology. The second segment of episode 20 begins with a brief flashback of how the practice of medicine has evolved from X rays to current Cat scans. The Advances in Medical Tech segment describes how the ARTEMIS technology combines CAT scans with virtual imaging technology to provide doctors with greater precision in their operations.
Topics: NASA Destination Tomorrow, Kera O'Bryon, TechWatch, Medical Techology, ARTEMIS, X ray, X-ray, Cat...
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6535&start=20&subject=Science
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First segment of episode 20 that contains the Behind the Scenes segment in which Scott Striepe discusses how the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) will pave the way for future missions to Mars. The first segment of episode 20 discusses the technology behind the MRO and how aerobraking will be used to decrease the amount of fuel necessary for the mission. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter segment ends with a Did You Know? segment describing the concern NASA scientists have with Martian dust.
Topics: NASA Destination Tomorrow, Kera O'Bryon, Behind The Scenes, Jennifer Pulley, Mars Reconnaissance...
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6534&start=20&subject=Science
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Fourth segment of episode 20 contains the How It Works segment which describes NASA research on sonic booms. The Sonic Booms segment describe the research underway aimed at making super sonic over land flight possible.
Topics: NASA Destination Tomorrow, Kera O'Bryon, Sonic Boom, Johnny Alonso, Kevin Sheperd, Speed of Sound,...
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6537&start=20&subject=Science
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Third segment of episode 20 contains the Retrospective segment which describes the development and history of reusable vehicles for space. The Space Shuttle Program covers the history, testing, and achievements of the Space Shuttles and their crew. The Space Shuttle Program segment ends with a Did You Know? segment on the Space Shuttle Enterprise.
Topics: NASA Destination Tomorrow, Brad Breckenridge, Reusable Space Vehicles, Kera O'Bryon, Space Shuttle,...
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6536&start=20&subject=Science
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NASA Destination Tomorrow video containing four segments as described below. First segment of episode 20 that contains the Behind the Scenes segment in which Scott Striepe discusses how the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) will pave the way for future missions to Mars. The first segment of episode 20 discusses the technology behind the MRO and how aerobraking will be used to decrease the amount of fuel necessary for the mission. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter segment ends with a Did You Know?...
Topics: NASA Destination Tomorrow, Kera O'Bryon, Behind The Scenes, Jennifer Pulley, Mars Reconnaissance...
Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6533&start=20&subject=Science