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In this activity students read about the effects of radiation on airline passengers, and discover that during a trip in a jet plane at altitudes of 30,000 feet, cosmic rays and other energetic particles pose a great...
This website from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory contains information on the Stardust mission to obtain dust samples from a comet. The site provides an overview of the Stardust mission, the science behind it,...
This web page provides milestones of the European Space Agency's first space probe to the moon. The ESA's ion driven SMART-1 probe entered lunar orbit on 2004 Nov 16 after an 80 million kilometer, 13 month journey. ...
This web site features the Franklin Institute's (Philadelphia, Pa.) historic collection of photographs, writings, drawings and schematics from the Wright Brothers, as well as a section on the John Alcock and Arthur...
The European Space Agency's homepage provides information on the ESA's telecommunications, navigations, Earth observations, human spaceflight missions, launches, space science, technology, industry, space operations,...
The John F. Kennedy Space Center is NASA’s headquarters is a working government facility with over 10,000 men and women actively expanding our knowledge of science, and is the only place on Earth where you can tour...
These courses, produced by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, introduce the fundamental concepts and approaches of aerospace engineering, highlighted through lectures on aeronautics, astronautics, and design. ...
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