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NASA Connect - GS - Stress Type and Data Analysis (2004)
First segment of Good Stress explains the three types of stress: physical, mental and emotional. The first segment next asks students a series of inquiry based question about data. The...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Good Stress; Muscles; Bones; Stress; Jennifer Pulley; RJ; Types of Stress; Data; Data Analysis; Graphs; Scatterplot;
Duration: 00:06:45
Popularity (downloads): 1005
 
NASA Connect - GS - Program Review (2004)
Fourth segment of Good Stress reviews what we have learned up to this point in the program.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Good Stress; Muscles; Bones; Stress; Program Review;
Duration: 00:01:02
Popularity (downloads): 935
 
NASA Connect - GS - Bones (2004)
Fifth segment of Good Stress describes the different types of bones in the body and explains the purpose of the skeletal system. The Bones segment describes what bones are made...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Good Stress; Muscles; Bones; Stress; RJ; Dr. Marguerite Sognier; Bone Structure; Healthy Bones; Bone Loss;
Duration: 00:08:04
Popularity (downloads): 1138
 
NASA Connect - GS - Program Hands On Activity (2004)
Third segment contains a program hands on activity that explores the effect of stress on muscles in the hand. The program hands on activity reviews scatterplots, box and whisker plots...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Good Stress; Muscles; Bones; Stress; Program Hands on Activity; Scatter Plot; Box and Whiskers Plot; Stem and Leaf Plot; Graphs; Plots;
Duration: 00:03:53
Popularity (downloads): 888
 
NASA Connect - GS - Muscles (2004)
Second segment of Good Stress explains the types of muscles in the body, why astronauts muscles weaken in space and some ways of taking care of your muscles. The Muscles...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Good Stress; Muscles; Bones; Stress; RJ; Beth Shepard; Types of Muscles; Skeletal Muscle; Smooth Muscle; Cardiac Muscle; Voluntary Muscle; Involuntary Muscle; Leland Melvin;
Duration: 00:05:27
Popularity (downloads): 1079
 
Let Yourself Go (1940)
How architecture, furniture and transportation have been designed to help Americans relax.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Psychology;Design;Stress;
Duration: 00:08:37
Popularity (downloads): 755
 
NASAConnect - RFTF - Composite Material Experiment (2004)
NASA Connect Segment involving students in an activity that investigates the strenth and deflection of composite material with and without reinforcement. It reviews vocabulary including polymer, fiber, stress cracks,...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Experiment; Students Activity; Strength; Deflection; Composite Material; Reinforcement; Polymer; Fiber; Stress Cracks; Maximum Deflection;
Duration: 00:06:49
Popularity (downloads): 734
 
Hidden Fury, segment 07 of 11 (1993)
The geologic history of the New Madrid Earthquake Zone is explained

Genre: Documentary
Keywords: Earthquakes;Computers;
Duration: 00:04:08
Popularity (downloads): 500
 
Earthquake - Risk to the Central U.S., segment 03 of 7 (1988)
The history of earthquakes in the central United States is presented

Genre: Documentary
Keywords: Earthquakes;
Duration: 00:01:51
Popularity (downloads): 550
 
NASA Connect - Good Stress (2004)
NASA Connect video containing five segments as described in the following. First segment of Good Stress explains the three types of stress: physical, mental and emotional. The first segment next...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Good Stress; Muscles; Bones; Stress; Jennifer Pulley; Types of Stress; Data; Data Analysis; Graphs; Scatterplot; RJ; Beth Shepard; Types of Muscles; Skeletal Muscle; Smooth Muscle; Cardiac Muscle; Voluntary Muscle; Involuntary Muscle; Leland Melvin; Program Hands on Activity; Box and Whiskers Plot; Stem and Leaf Plot; Graphs; Plots; Program Review; Dr. Marguerite Sognier; Bone Structure; Healthy Bones; Bone Loss;
Duration: 00:29:36
Popularity (downloads): 1922
 

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