Ten NASA Explorer Schools educators participated in the project’s Water Filtration Research Summer Opportunity at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. The workshop took place from July 20-22, 2011.
During the exciting three-day research experience, the educators learned how water is recycled in nature, in city systems and on the International Space Station. The group toured Marshall and participated in hands-on activities that they can incorporate into their curriculum in the 2011-2012 school year. In addition, the educators traveled to Little River Canyon National Preserve where they met with a limnologist from Jacksonville State University. While at the National Preserve, they analyzed the water in the canyon stream.
To see videos and images from the NES Water Filtration Research Opportunity, visit the event page in facebook.
Link to the NES Virtual Campus participant’s home page.
2 thoughts on “NES Educators Learn About Water Filtration”
since the earth is moving outward from the Sun and Einsteins theroy doesnt allow the speed of light travel and we will probably run-out of natural resources before it gets to cold to live here is Venus the next step in our evolution and should we send water to Venus to get “the soup of life” started? (is a blackhole just another space/time continuim (mass divided by density)divided by the speed of light squared?
This is truly a fascinating read, I’m sure studying the way nature filters and reuses it’s water was an en-lighting experience in that it shows what we take for granted such as our .
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