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NASASciFiles - What We and Dogs Hear (2003)
NASA Why? Files segment comparing how humans hear to how dogs hear.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Psychoacoustician; Noise; Ear Canal;
Duration: 00:04:14
Popularity (downloads): 1480
 
Nasa Connect - QTS - Acoustics Research (2004)
NASA Connect segment exploring the research and study efforts applied towards acoustics and noise, especially that related to aircraft. The segment also explains the study of psychological effects of noise...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Acoustics; Research; Noise; Study; Psychoacoustician; Binaural Recordings; FFA;
Duration: 00:06:44
Popularity (downloads): 1050
 
NASASciFiles - The Case of the Barking Dogs (2003)
NASA Why? Files Video containing nine segments as described below. NASA Why? Files segment explaining how to form hypotheses, collect data, and build data matrices. NASA Why? Files segment explaining...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Hypothesis; Data; Observation; Matrix; Chris Lewis; Sound; Bat; Hearing; Ear Canal; Ear Drum; Cochlea; Auditory Nerve; Brain; Frequency; Dr. D.; Speed of Sound; Wind Tunnel; Shock Wave; Air Pressure; Echo; Rhythm; Average; Variable; Temperature; Moisture;
Duration: 00:56:34
Popularity (downloads): 2449
 
NASA Connect - Quieting The Skies (2004)
NASA Connect Video containing four segments as described below. NASA Connect segment exploring the research and study efforts applied towards acoustics and noise, especially that related to aircraft. The segment...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Acoustics; Research; Noise; Study; Psychoacoustician; Binaural Recordings; FFA; Expert Panel; Questions; Aircraft; Plane Shape; Sound; Hearing; Sound Waves; Light Waves; Pitch; Ear; High Frequency; Ear Canal; Ear Drum; Vibrations; Stirrup; Membrane; Cilia; Low Frequency; Decibel; Sound Travels; Student Activity; Percentage of Error; Speed of Sound; Wind Direction; Weather Conditions; Sound Engineer; Intervals;
Duration: 00:28:31
Popularity (downloads): 1907
 

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