This is a booklet containing 36 problem sets that involve a variety of math skills, including scientific notation, algebra, geometry, and calculus. Each set of problems is contained on one page. Learners will use mathematics to explore varied space science topics including radiation effects on humans and technology, solar science, and other mathematics topics.



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This
is
a
booklet
containing
87
problem
sets
that
involve
a
variety
of
math
skills,
including
scale,
geometry,
graph
analysis,
fractions,
unit
conversions,
scientific
notation,
simple
algebra,
and
calculus.
Each
set
of
problems
is
contained
on
one
page.
Learners
will
use
mathematics
to
explore
varied
space
science
topics
in
the
areas
of
Earth
science,
planetary
science,
and
astrophysics,
among
many
...



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This is an assessment activity for the The Cosmic Ray Telescope for the Effects of Radiation (CRaTER) educational kit. Learners will make a poster that explains possible origins of cosmic rays, how they affect people, and what protects us here on Earth. Alternately, they will make a poster describing CRaTER?s goal and how it works.



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In
this
learning
assessment,
students
demonstrate
understanding
of
the
following
concepts:
solids,
liquids
and
gases,
changes
of
state,
convection,
and
density.
Students
create
a
skit
where
the
actors
and
actresses
are
molecules,
and
dramatize,
through
body
motions,
how
the
behavior
of
molecules
results
in
the
observable
changes
we
see.
A
detailed
scoring
rubric
is
included
with
the
resource.
The
...



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In
this
selfpaced
tutorial,
examine
evidence
of
climate
change
from
different
parts
of
the
Earth?s
system
and
consider
what
it
means
to
live
on
a
planet
with
a
dynamically
changing
climate.
The
resource
includes
multimedia
resources
such
as
video
clips
of
local
impacts
of
climate
change
in
the
Arctic
and
Samoa,
data
visualization
exercise
featuring
digital
resources
on
climate.nasa.gov,
and
an
interview
...



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This
is
an
activity
about
electromagnetism
and
the
Sun.
First,
learners
will
do
a
KWL
activity
using
six
vocabulary
words.
Next,
they
will
build
an
electromagnet
and
investigate
how
it
works.
Finally,
learners
will
relate
the
workings
of
their
electromagnet
to
a
Solar
Dynamics
Observatory
magnetogram
image
of
the
Sun.
Per
group
of
learners,
this
activity
requires
materials
such
as
a
length
of
insulated
...



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This
is
a
book
containing
over
200
problems
spanning
over
70
specific
topic
areas
covered
in
a
typical
Algebra
II
course.
Learners
can
encounter
a
selection
of
application
problems
featuring
astronomy,
earth
science
and
space
exploration,
often
with
more
than
one
example
in
a
specific
category.
Learners
will
use
mathematics
to
explore
science
topics
related
to
a
wide
variety
of
NASA
science
and
space
...



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This book introduces students to some of the most unusual places in our galaxy outside of our solar system. Answering the question, "How many stars are in the sky?" introduces students to basic counting, tallying, and grouping techniques, as well as allowing for the use of simple proportions.



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This book presents 49 spacerelated math problems published weekly on the SpaceMath@NASA site during the 20112012 academic year. The problems utilize information, imagery, and data from various NASA spacecraft missions that span a variety of math skills in prealgebra and algebra.



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This
book
offers
an
introduction
to
the
electromagnetic
spectrum
using
examples
of
data
from
a
variety
of
NASA
missions
and
satellite
technologies.
The
84
problem
sets
included
allow
students
to
explore
the
concepts
of
waves,
wavelength,
frequency,
and
speed;
the
Doppler
Shift;
light;
and
the
energy
carried
by
photons
in
various
bands
of
the
spectrum.
Extensive
background
information
is
provided
which
...



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