NASA has resources aligned to national education standards to supplement your curricula. As you teach background information that will help students build their own products using the DIY Podcast activity, you may want to use some of these resources.
NASA’s Education Materials Finder can point you to educational resources, including lesson plans, educator guides, websites and video clips. You can use the search tool to get results by keyword, grade level, subject and product type. At the bottom of the search tool is a link to an A-Z list of downloadable guides, lesson plans and other publications.
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SINCE THE GEO-SYNCHRONOUS SATELLITES HOLD A CONSTANT LOCATION IN SPACE RELATIVE TO A POINT ON EARTH, A LINE DRAWN FROM THE EARTH POINT TO THE SATELLITE WOULD THEREFORE HAVE A CONSTANT VELOCITY OF ZERO ANYWHERE ALONG THIS LINE BETWEEN THE TWO POINTS. USING THIS PRINCIPLE, WOULD IT BE POSSIBLE TO DEVISE A RE-ENTRY PATH FOR THE RETURNING SPACE VEHICLES BY USING THIS ZERO-VELOCITY PATHWAY THUS CUTTING DOWN THE HUGE HEAT PRODUCED BY ATMOSPHERIC FRICTION UNDER THE PRESENT METHOD????
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