If your students watched any of the last shuttle flight, they may have viewed scenes taken from the International Space Station. Thanks to Google Earth, you can have the same experience! Visit Where this astroviewer to see the view from the station. (from Free Technology for Teachers)
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May 22nd, 2011 · No Comments · Content - Science
With the recent launch of the space shuttle, maybe this is a good time to really explore the latest in space attire. The Interactive Spacesuit Experience provides a slideshow of suits as well as a clickable interactive. Wonder what a PLSS does? Or why a SAFER would really make you safe? Click on each part […]
May 11th, 2011 · No Comments · Content - Science
Visit our solar system in this 3D interactive site from Solar System Scope. You can select your viewpoint, focus on stars or planets, and change the dates. (from iLearnTechnology)
May 6th, 2011 · No Comments · Content - Science
NASA turns 50 and we get the gift! Explore the 50th Anniversary of NASA complete with audio recordings and a marvelous interactive timeline. For many of our students in our schools, they don’t remember space flight before the shuttle. (from iLearnTechnology)