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Did Viking Mars landers find life's building blocks? Missing piece inspires new look at puzzle

Did Viking Mars landers find life's building blocks? Missing piece inspires new look at puzzle

Erdkunde, Wissenschaftliche Experimente, Nasa, Phönix, Engineering-design-prozess, Gemeinsame Standards Kern Mathematik, Mobile Robot, Engineering Technology, Arm Challenge

“Everything around us — the whole three-dimensional physical world -is an illusion born from information encoded elsewhere, on a two-dimensional chip.” Some researchers believe that physics will not be complete until it can explain not just the behaviour of space and time, but where these entities come from. And to do that, physical theories are going to have to get a lot more strange…

Theoretical physics: The origins of space and time

“Everything around us — the whole three-dimensional physical world -is an illusion born from information encoded elsewhere, on a two-dimensional chip.” Some researchers believe that physics will not be complete until it can explain not just the behaviour of space and time, but where these entities come from. And to do that, physical theories are going to have to get a lot more strange…

Solar Water Heater Engineering Lesson – Design and build a solar hot water heater and see how big a temperature change they can get. ACTIVITY DETAILS: Grades 4-12 | Subjects: Engineering, Science  | Topics: Engineering and Technology; Energy; Heat and Thermodynamics; Physical Sciences, The Design Process; | Types: Classroom Activity; Instructor Guide, On the Moon | Visit the lesson page for NGSS and Common Core Math standards

Solar Water Heater Engineering Lesson – Design and build a solar hot water heater and see how big a temperature change they can get. ACTIVITY DETAILS: Grades 4-12 | Subjects: Engineering, Science | Topics: Engineering and Technology; Energy; Heat and Thermodynamics; Physical Sciences, The Design Process; | Types: Classroom Activity; Instructor Guide, On the Moon | Visit the lesson page for NGSS and Common Core Math standards

Journey to Mars at Kennedy Space Center

Journey to Mars at Kennedy Space Center

This diagram depicts our solar system ( obviously NOT to scale ) as our very nearby star aka the sun, is only 93,000,000 miles away from Earth !! The sun is obviously gargantuan and 98% of our solar system material is in the spherical ball of nuclear fusion that is our power source for life on Earth !! This solar system as visited by voyager 1 & 2 respectively

This diagram depicts our solar system ( obviously NOT to scale ) as our very nearby star aka the sun, is only 93,000,000 miles away from Earth !! The sun is obviously gargantuan and 98% of our solar system material is in the spherical ball of nuclear fusion that is our power source for life on Earth !! This solar system as visited by voyager 1 & 2 respectively

Using Renewable Solar Energy Activity – Students use satellite data to help determine the greatest renewable energy potentials in any given region and develop graphing skills. ACTIVITY DETAILS: Grades 9-12 | Subjects: Science, Engineering, Technology | Topics: Physical Sciences, The Design Process, Energy + | Types: Classroom Activity, Instructor Guide  | Visit the lesson page for NGSS and Common Core Math standards

Using Renewable Solar Energy Activity – Students use satellite data to help determine the greatest renewable energy potentials in any given region and develop graphing skills. ACTIVITY DETAILS: Grades 9-12 | Subjects: Science, Engineering, Technology | Topics: Physical Sciences, The Design Process, Energy + | Types: Classroom Activity, Instructor Guide | Visit the lesson page for NGSS and Common Core Math standards

Geoffrey Landis visited the Mentor Public Library this week to talk about his work with the Mars rovers, Opportunity and Curiosity.  In addition to being a NASA scientist, Landis is also a Hugo- and Nebula-award winning science fiction author.  This year's summer reading at Mentor Library is all about science. For more information, check out the library's website: www.mentorpl.org

Geoffrey Landis visited the Mentor Public Library this week to talk about his work with the Mars rovers, Opportunity and Curiosity. In addition to being a NASA scientist, Landis is also a Hugo- and Nebula-award winning science fiction author. This year's summer reading at Mentor Library is all about science. For more information, check out the library's website: www.mentorpl.org

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