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NASA Connect - SOF - Glide Ratio Activity (2004)
NASA Connect segment involving students in an activity exploring glide ratio and surface area.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Research; Student Activity; Data; Median; Ratio; Mean; Glide; Surface Area; Horizontal; Altitude;
Duration: 00:03:12
Popularity (downloads): 1341
 
ACM UIST 1997 - GLIDE: An interactive system for drawing graphs (1997)
The GLIDE system is an interactive constraint based editor for drawing small and medium sized graphs that organize the interaction in a more collaborative manner than in previous systems. ...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; collaborative interfaces; constraint-based layout; drawing tools; graph drawing
Duration: 00:04:58
Popularity (downloads): 505
 
NASA Connect - SOF - Question and Answer Session (2004)
NASA Connect segment featuring two NASA experts in a question and answer session. The video involves people calling in and emailing questions for the experts to answer.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Expert; NASA; Scientists; Inquiry; Aircraft Performance; Wing Span; Weather; Glide Ratio;
Duration: 00:05:31
Popularity (downloads): 1389
 
NASA Connect - Shapes of Flight (2004)
NASA Connect Video containing six segments as described below. NASA Connect segment exploring the first types of flights including kite flights. The video explores Kitty Hawk, North Carolina and experimental...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Flights; Experimental Aircraft; Kitty Hawk; Wright Brothers; Auxiliary Wing; Space Vehicle; Kites; Benjamin Franklin; Thrust; Weight; Lift; Drag; Research; Student Activity; Data; Median; Ratio; Mean; Glide; Surface Area; Horizontal; Altitude; Expert; NASA; Scientists; Inquiry; Aircraft Performance; Wing Span; Weather; Mathematics; Scientific Inquiry; Variables; Engineering; Shapes; Wind Tunnels; Testing; Models; Data;
Duration: 00:29:39
Popularity (downloads): 1727
 
NASA Connect - The Future of Flight Equation (2004)
NASA Connect Video containing six segments as described below. NASA Connect segment involving students in a web activity that teaches how to use different shapes to design different aircraft. The...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Student Activity; Tuturial; Aircraft; Design; Geometric Shapes; Algebraic; Wing Area; Aspect Ratio; Catapult; Portable Glider Catapult; Wingspan; Root Chord; Tip Chord; Average Chord; Technology; Aviation; Commercial Aircraft; Air Traffic Control System; Navigation; Airspace; Wind Tunnels; Testing Designs; Mission Requirements; Computer Model; Hyper-X; Turbulent Flow; Laminar Flow; Hyper X; Mach; Speek of Sound; Experimental Aircraft; Scram Jet; Hydrogen Fuel; Air Breather; Engine; Web Activity; Aeronautical Principles; Website; Engineers; Research; Test Altitude; NASA Dryden Flight Research Center; Rocket; Data; Post-Flight Analysis;
Duration: 00:28:27
Popularity (downloads): 2124
 
NASA Connect - Problem Solving - The Wright Math (2002)
NASA Connect Video containing five segments as described below. NASA Connect segment featuring the website of the U.S. Centennial Flight Commission. The website consists of activities for students and teachers...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Centennial of Flight; Wright Brothers; Congress; United States; Web Activity; Astronautics; Aeronautics; Flight Simulator; Axis; First Flying Machine; Glider; Kitty Hawk; Engineering Method; Pitch; Roll; Yaw; Wind Tunnel; Elevator Control; Wing Warp; Rudder; Propellor; Wing; Lift; Drag; Student Activity; Kite; Sail Area; Base; Height; Trapezoidal; Aspect Ratio; Span; First Flight; Wilbur Wright; Orville Wright; Flying Machine; Inventor; Process of Invention; Aircraft Design; Computer Simulation; Biology; Force; Pressure; Relationship; Design Process; Metamorphosis; Morphing; Technology; Control Devices; Smart Matierals; Adaptive Structure; Aerodynamics; Air Flow; Micro-Flow Control; Biomimetics; Nature; Fish Fins;
Duration: 00:28:35
Popularity (downloads): 2241
 

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