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NASASciFiles - Triangulation Activity (2002)
NASA Sci Files segment involving students in an activity that studies how to locate an earthquake's epicenter by using triangulation.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Seismology; S Waves; P Waves; Seismogram; Triangulation; Graph; Compass; World Map; Student Activity; Epicenter; Seismic Station;
Duration: 00:02:43
Popularity (downloads): 1549
 
NASASciFiles - Meteors (2002)
NASA Sci Files segment explaining what meteors, meteoroids, and meteorites are and the differences in these.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Rock; Comet; Outer Space; Meteor; Meteoroid; Meteorite; Sonic Boom; Speed of Sound; Seismic Activity; Fire Ball; Shooting Star;
Duration: 00:02:10
Popularity (downloads): 2170
 
Oceanfloor Legacy, segment 09 of 14 (1991)
The sampling team includes biologists - the seismic reflection system is an important tool

Genre: Documentary
Keywords: Ocean;Radioactive waste;San Francisco;
Duration: 00:01:10
Popularity (downloads): 341
 
NASA Connect - GoE - Elliptical Orbit Activity (2004)
NASA Connect Segment involving students participating in an activity to measure and calculate ellipses. The activity explains ellipses and their relation to Earth and Mars.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Ellipses; calculate; Orbits; Student Activity; Johannes Kepler;
Duration: 00:04:38
Popularity (downloads): 978
 
NASAConnect - MOAT - Atmospheric Detectives Activity (2004)
NASA Connect Segment involving students in an activity to determine the amount of aerosols in the atmosphere.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Student Activity; Data; Aerosol; Atmosphere; Observation;
Duration: 00:04:54
Popularity (downloads): 667
 
NASA Connect - TWM - Kite Student Activity (2002)
NASA Connect segment involving students in an activity investigating kites and their impact on the early stages of flight. The activity uses math concepts such as geometric shapes, aspect ratios,...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Drag; Lift; Student Activity; Kite; Sail Area; Base; Height; Trapezoidal; Aspect Ratio; Span;
Duration: 00:05:15
Popularity (downloads): 1182
 
NASA Connect - XPG - Model Design Web Activity (2004)
NASA Connect segment exploring a web activity involving the design of a scale model. The video involves students in this activity to build, test, and record data according to the...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Model; Scale; Design; Web Activity; Test Flight; Record Data; Online;
Duration: 00:02:25
Popularity (downloads): 1593
 
NASA Connect - WATMTG - Apparent Weight Web Activity (2004)
NASA Connect segment involving students in a web activity to understand apparent weight. The activity also involves an elevator design project.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Web Activity; Dan's Domain; Apparent Weight; Elevator Project; Astronauts; Outerspace; Design; Accelerate; Velocity; Motion;
Duration: 00:02:11
Popularity (downloads): 1585
 
NASA Connect - DITNS - Aurora Student And Web Activity (2004)
NASA Connect Segment involving students in an activity that investigates the Aurora Borealis. During the activities the students use geographic coordinates to find and plot locations on maps, draw conclusions...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Student Activity; Web Activity; Latitude; Longitude; Geographic Coordinates; Northern Lights; Aurora Borealis;
Duration: 00:03:35
Popularity (downloads): 1629
 
NASA Connect - WFS - Electromagnetism Activity (2004)
NASA Connect segment involving students in an online activity that investigates a physics module on electricity and magnetism. The activity studies static charge, moving charge, voltage, resistance, and current.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Electricity; Magnetism; Electromagnetism; Amp; Volt; Current; Charge; Ohms; Resistance; Student Activity;
Duration: 00:02:44
Popularity (downloads): 1722
 

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