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This is an activity about the Moon's formation, changes over time, gravitational connection to Earth, or influence on our culture and urban legends. Learners share their learning by creating zines: small, self-published magazines inexpensively... (View More) duplicated on standard letter paper and folded into eight-page booklets. This is the concluding activity of Explore! Marvel Moon. (View Less)
This is a mini comic book about cosmic rays. Learners will construct the comic book and then read about cosmic rays, their effect, and how the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter's Cosmic Ray Telescope for the Effects of Radiation (CRaTER) detects them.
This is a collection of four Hubble Space Telescope images of the giant planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. The text outlines some of the remarkable attributes that set these planets apart from the smaller, rocky, terrestrial planets and... (View More) includes a discussion of the rings, moons, and atmospheric conditions on the planets. A classroom activity is included in the lithograph package. (View Less)
This is a set of three activities about the distance to Saturn. Learners will use simple props to create a playground model for size and distance for the Sun, Earth, and Saturn - then walk on their scale model to Saturn. Includes a glossary,... (View More) information for families, and guidance for deepening the science. This is lesson 2 of 8 in the Jewel of the Solar System: From Out-of-School to Outer Space an adaptation for afterschool programs of the Cassini-Huygens educational product Reading, Writing, and Rings. (View Less)
This is a children's science story about gravity (title translated: The World of Copocuqu: Queen Gravity and King Mass). Learners will read about the force of gravity and how it relates to the mass of a body. The story takes place in an asteroid in... (View More) which all its inhabitants talk in the form of questions or the world of Copoqucu. The story ends with a magic secret (or learning capsule), which reflects in synopsis the science message that the child would take with him or her. (View Less)
This is an episode of the Space Place Live talk show. Learners will watch engineer, Donya Douglas, of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, talk about her job in designing ways to keep the three tiny Space Technology 5 spacecraft at the right... (View More) operating temperature in space, without adding much to their mass or need for electrical power. Cartoon characters present their own 6-7 minute talk show live from the Space Place Clubhouse. The show presents space program scientists and engineers as role models for kids and encourages them to pursue their dreams. Guests present a short science or technology concept, and also talk about their job, their hobbies, and how they got interested in a career in science or engineering. (View Less)