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Fourth of July

Fourth of July

Fourth of July. Everyone’s excited on the 4th of July. We stand along the sidewalk. when the band goes by. And then we have a picnic;. we have apple pie. And at night we watch the Rockets;. throwing stars across the sky.

By jonco
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NAMSA QA Organization

NAMSA QA Organization

NAMSA QA Organization. Presented to: Host Nation Conference 03 June 2008. Presented by: Pierre Graas. A few words…. The Quality Management System. ISO 9000: QUALITY ASSURANCE = “part of quality management focused on providing confidence that quality requirements will be fulfilled ”.

By nerice
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Motion

Motion

Motion. Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration. Frames of Reference. The object or point from which movement is determined Movement is relative to an object that appears stationary Earth is the most common frame of reference. Questions. What is the frame of reference for the sunset?

By Mercy
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Newton’s third law of motion

Newton’s third law of motion

Newton’s third law of motion . Action/Reaction Pairs. Review: Newton’s 1 st & 2 nd Laws. Give a real life example of Newton’s 1 st Law of Motion. What is another name for Newton’s 1 st Law. What formula is associated with Newton’s 2 nd Law of Motion?

By isi
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Export Controls: Just the Basics – How to Keep Your Faculty & Researchers Out of Trouble!

Export Controls: Just the Basics – How to Keep Your Faculty & Researchers Out of Trouble!

Export Controls: Just the Basics – How to Keep Your Faculty & Researchers Out of Trouble! . Kay Ellis Export Control Officer ellisk@email.arizona.edu 520-626-2437 Josh Estavillo University Attorney jle1@email.arizona.edu 520-621-3175. Export Basics: Terms & Regs. Overview.

By gisela
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NBA

NBA

NBA. N othing B ut A mazing. The Scene. It’s 1993, Game 7 of the second round playoffs between the Houston Rockets and the Seattle Supersonics. The game goes into overtime. With 13.6 seconds left, Houston has the ball and trails by only one point….

By will
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Building Rockets

Building Rockets

Building rockets. Building Rockets . By S imran K aur and M arie Ammar . Flight Number One. Baking Soda (3 teaspoons) Vinegar (15 ml) Money used: $5,850 Height and time both zero To improve flight, we used less baking soda. Flight Number Two. Baking Soda (2 teaspoons)

By luann
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Model Rockets

Model Rockets

Model Rockets. Big question. Does size change the height of how high it goes? Because rockets come in different sizes. Hypothesis. I think the taller the rocket the higher it goes. I think this because the rocket is higher and can reach a higher altitude. 5 interesting facts.

By allan
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AIAA and Baltimore Section Precollege Programs

AIAA and Baltimore Section Precollege Programs

AIAA and Baltimore Section Precollege Programs. Tom Milnes Navigation Modeling Section Supervisor Johns Hopkins University / Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL) Baltimore Section Precollege Programs American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). AIAA Educator Associate Program.

By anisa
(146 views)

World War II

World War II

World War II. 1939-1945. Causes in Europe. Territorial expansion by the nations of Germany and Italy Both nations were ruled by Fascist dictators Adolf Hitler in Germany Benito Mussolini in Italy Italy had taken over Ethiopia and Albania

By errol
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Physics Conservation of Momentum

Physics Conservation of Momentum

Physics Conservation of Momentum. A rocket works on conservation of momentum. The high mass rocket is propelled upward by the low mass, high velocity gas. Similar concepts include the recoil of a gun, and the movement of a boat when you throw something from it. ROCKETS!.

By gilon
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Spelling Monday

Spelling Monday

Spelling Monday. Pre-test Discover the focus of list words. Underline the key features e.g. air Select personal list words from Core lists – copy onto homework sheets Complete activity one of worksheets Early finishers clubhouse activities.

By fathi
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Lets investigate

Lets investigate

Lets investigate. By Allesse keyes. Contents page. Page 1 history of rockets Page 2 diagram of a space shuttle

By alda
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RESPONSE TO FLARE SIGHTINGS

RESPONSE TO FLARE SIGHTINGS

RESPONSE TO FLARE SIGHTINGS. Nov 2011. CANADIAN COAST GUARD AUXILIARY - PACIFIC. Flare Sightings. Flare Sightings. In the event of a flare getting reported to JRCC, there a a number of questions which will need to be asked to narrow down the area to be searched.

By leda
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Presenter: Anthony E. Grisillo Rose Tree Media School District, PA

Presenter: Anthony E. Grisillo Rose Tree Media School District, PA

3,2,1... Lift Off! Using Rocketry to Integrate Curriculum. Presenter: Anthony E. Grisillo Rose Tree Media School District, PA. Anthony Grisillo. BSED Elementary Education MED Science and Technology US Space Academy Teacher Program

By sondra
(103 views)

Delta

Delta

Delta. DELTA Created, Designed, Tested, and Written By: Jordanna, Tuff, and Maura.

By cana
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Bottles into rockets

Bottles into rockets

1. 2. 3. 4 . 5. 6. . You need a plastic bottle. A pump. A hose. A rubber cork. Bottles into rockets. A little box or a desk. A tube. First you put a hole in a wooden box or a wooden desk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. We put some water into a plastic bottle.

By tymon
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Rocket Science and Newton’s Law

Rocket Science and Newton’s Law

Rocket Science and Newton’s Law. Maureen Loiacano LSCS - Montgomery. Rocket Launch http://stardust.jpl.nasa.gov/photo/launchanim.html Resources http://www.gaston.k12.nc.us/resources/teachers/webquests/Art/webquest/resources.htm. Newton's Laws Worksheet

By millie
(98 views)

Aerospace Education

Aerospace Education

Aerospace Education. Module 4 Rockets. Contents. Chapter 1 – History of Rockets Chapter 2 – Rocket Principles Chapter 3 – Rocket Systems and Controls Quiz Credits. Chapter 1. “History of Rockets”. Greek Contribution.

By benson
(115 views)

Using Smarter Science as Bookends

Using Smarter Science as Bookends

Using Smarter Science as Bookends. Where to start?. Question for the presenter Background of the presenter Agenda – Introduce Smarter Science, provide suggestions for starting and ending with smarter science, provide direct feedback for questions. Warm up. K’nex – 5 - 10 min Pair up

By art
(124 views)

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