Science Project Ideas About Space Science
First published by Julian Messner, this classic book has been revised by Enslow Publishers, Inc. What keeps a loop-the-loop roller coaster on track even when upside down? How can astronauts eat or drink when weightless in space? Can you tell time without a clock? The experiments in this book will help you study the world the way actual scientists do using principles of space science such as gravity, acceleration, friction, and much more. Readers looking for a science project topic will find many exiciting ideas to try.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Nearby Sky and Beyond
Man into Space
2 other sections not shown
acceleration accelerometer air car altitude angle astronauts astronomical unit atmosphere ball balloon Big Dipper Bode's law body C-clamp candle cardboard centripetal force circle constellations diameter diffraction grating direction distance Double the mass Earth emitted escape velocity exerts falls floor food coloring force of gravity Foucault pendulum fuel g-forces galaxy gases globe happens hold hole hydrogen keep km/hr law of motion light-year look marble measure momentum Moon Moon's move Newton o'clock at 9 orbit particles pencil pendulum planets plastic pointer stars Polaris position pressure protractor pull push radius ramp release Repeat the experiment rocket rotation ruler satellite shadow shown in Figure skateboard sky clock soda straw solar system space spaceship spectroscope spring scale string Sun's path sunlight surface swing tape temperature truck tube turntable Venus vial wagon or skateboard washers wavelengths weight weightless weightless environment yardstick