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This was created to meet the curriculum outcomes in New Brunswick's Grade 6 Science Space unit.

This was created to meet the curriculum outcomes in New Brunswick's Grade 6 Science Space unit.

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  • SPACE Improvements in Technology
    • There have been a lot of improvements over the years that have made the space program possible.
    • Here are just a few examples:
  • Galileo's telescope 1609
    • This is Galileo’s telescope – the one he used to figure out that the planets were revolving around the sun, and not around the Earth…
  • Venus
    • … and this is how clear the planet Venus appeared through that telescope.
  • Hubble Telescope
    • This is the Hubble Space Telescope, a long way from Galileo’s telescope…
    • … and these are the images it can take from across millions of light years.
  • Model T Ford 1908
    • This is the Model T Ford, the first mass produced car in history…
  • Moon buggy 1971
    • … and this is the
    • moon buggy we
    • brought to the moon
    • with us.
  • Sputnik 1957
    • This is the first
    • satellite that was
    • launched into
    • space.
    • It travelled around the earth for 22 days and was capable of measuring atmospheric pressure.
  • Voyager 1, 1977
    • Voyager, by comparrison, travelled throughout our solar system, taking pictures and measurements of our planets for the first time.
    • It left our solar system in 2003 and is still functioning.
  • Salyut 1 (1971) and Skylab (1973)
    • The first space stations were amazing achievements, but we’ve come a long way in 35 years.
  • Space station 2008
  • NASA Home and Space
    • There have been many
    • spinoffs from the space
    • program that affect all of
    • our lives. To see how
    • many there are, click on
    • this link or click this
    • picture
    • and answer the questions
    • on your worksheet.
    • http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/mmgallery/index.html