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NASASciFiles - Magnetism (2005)
Sixth segment of NASA Sci Files The Case of the Technical Knockoutexplaining how gases glow different colors when electrons pass through them and discusses the different magnetic properties. In this...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA SciFiles; Magnetism; Auroral Oval; Student Activity; The Case of the Technical Knockout;
Duration: 00:11:10
Popularity (downloads): 1061
 
NASA Connect - GWTF - AirPressure and Algebraic Relationships (2004)
NASA Connect Segment exploring drag and agebraic relationships. The video explains flow visualization and air flow and how engineers use algebra in their work.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Air Flow; Drag; Air Pressure; Algebra; Flow Visualization; Glow; Pressure; Basic Aerodynamic Research Tunnel; BART; Ideal Airflow; Reverse Flow; Luminophores;
Duration: 00:06:03
Popularity (downloads): 941
 
NASA Connect - Geometry and Algebra - Glow With the Flow (2004)
NASA Connect Video containing six segments as described below. NASA Connect Segment explaining air flow. The video describes how drag, lift, and thrust work. NASA Connect Segment exploring drag and...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Air Flow; Drag; Thrust; Lift; Constants; Variables; Height; Weight; Bernoulli's Principle; Air Pressure; Geometry; Shape; Size; Algebra; Flow Visualization; Glow; Pressure; Basic Aerodynamic Research Tunnel; BART; Ideal Airflow; Reverse Flow; Luminophores; BWB; Blended Wing Body; Concept Aircraft; Frontal Surface Area; Low Speed Vehicle; Student Activity; Shape; Mars Airbourne Explorer; Space; Computer Simulation;
Duration: 00:28:30
Popularity (downloads): 1396
 
NASASciFiles - The Case of the Wright Invention (2001)
NASA Sci Files video containing the following thirteen segments. NASA Sci Files segment explaining how brainstorming works to help students think creatively and come up with solutions to solve problems....

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Solutions; Inventions; Inventors; Brainstorming; Creative Thinking; Ideas; Record; Problem; Evaluate; Aeronautics; Data; Helios; Solar Powered; Testing; Flying Wing Aircraft; Remote; Prediction; Models; Aerodynamics; Design; Controlled Flight; History of Flight; Wright Brothers; Jet Engine; Speed of Sound; Rockets; John Glenn; Orbit; Neil Armstrong; Moon; International Space Station; Shuttle; Birds; Invention Concepts; Fundamentals; Research; Data; Observations; Museum; Scale Model; Wind Tunnel; Design; Blended Wing Body; Mold; Computer Aided Design; Engineers; Profile; Drawings; Night Visibility; Experiment; Student Activity; AIAA; Reflective Surfaces; Patents; Trademarks; Words; Names; Symbols; Sounds; Smells; Colors; Copyright; Intellectual Property; Property Right; Reflective Materials; Curing; Ions; Chemistry; Polymer Solution; Energy; Signals; Antenna; Wright Brothers; Testing; Conditions; Glider; Lift; Calculations; Birds; Wings; Wind Tunnel; Scale Models; Micro Aerial Vehicle; Biologists; Iterate; Data Collection; Analyze; Invention Process; Scientific Method; Identify Problem; Kitty Hawk; Flight Control; Airplane; Hanger;
Duration: 00:58:47
Popularity (downloads): 1165
 
NASASciFiles - The Case of The Zany Animal Antics (2005)
NASA Sci Files video containing four segments as described below. In the first segment of the Case of the Zany Animal Antics, the tree house detectives learn about the animal...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA SciFiles; The Zany Animal Antics; Animal Kingdom; Kingdom; Phylum; Class; Order;Family; Genus; Species; Classification; Dichotomous Key; Bioluminescent; Endoskeleton; Ectotherms; Fish; Amphibians; Metamorphos; Reptiles; Birds; Mammals; Food Chain; Consumers; Herbivores; Carnivores; Food Web; Migration; Migration Patterns; DNA; Mitosis; Meiosis; Zygote; Reproduction; Student Activity; Bats; Population; Random Sample; Endangered Species; Bald Eagle; Levels of Endangerment;
Duration: 00:59:03
Popularity (downloads): 1657
 
NASAWhy?Files - The Case of the Electrical Mystery (2004)
NASA Why? Files video containing the following nine segments. NASA Why? Files segment involving students in an activity studying circuits and how the different types and combinations of circuits work....

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Why? Files; Experiment; Student Activity; Circuits; Light Bulb; Battery; Wires; Series Circuit; Electricity; Parallel Circuit; Complex Circuits; Lightning; Electrical Charges; Greeks; Amber; Wool; Fossilized Tree Sap; Fiber; Hair; Paper; Comb; Repel; Uncharged; Attract; Positive; Negative; Protons; Electrons; Neutral; Neutrons; Particles; Air; Electrical Circuits; Load; Circuit; Power Source; Energy; Work; Battery; Conductor; Wires; Simple Circuit; Voltage; Electrons; Light Bulb; Closed Circuit; Open Circuit; Fuses; Circuit Breakers; Electric Charges; Electrons; Lightning; Battery; Socket; Power; Solar Power; Solar Cells; Physics; Wires; Energy; Work; Chemical Energy; Mechanical Motion; Power Company; Current; Sources of Energy; Wind Power; Natural Gas; Coal; Oil; Nuclear Fission; Steam; Turbines; Generator; Niagara Falls Power Project; Hydro Power; Benjamin Franklin; Lightning; Electrical Spark; Copper; Zinc; Alessandro Volta; Thomas Edison; Generator; Electrical Current; Nikola Tesla; Alternating Current; Niagara Falls; Thunderstorm; Cloud; Ground; Channel; Volt; Discharge; Cloud To Cloud Lightning; NASA Langley; Aircraft; Lightning Strikes; Turbulence; Cockpit; Nose Boom; Sparks; Power Outage; Short Circuit; Overload; Electricity; Niagara Power Project; Canada; United States; Power Plant; Niagara River; New York Ontario; Niagara Falls; Hydro-Electrical Power Plant; Generator; Kilowatts; Forebay; Canal; Reservoir; Turbines; Mechanical Energy; Water; Power Outage; Equipment Failures; Severe Storms; Overload; Power Company; Generator; Voltage; Power Plant; Electricity; Wires; Substations; Transformer; Kilowatt Hour; Utility; Underground Powerline; Public Damage;
Duration: 00:56:34
Popularity (downloads): 3057
 

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