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Szablon, mogący służyć do prezentacji poświęconych Celestia Educational Activities, część 7

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Celestia201007

  1. 1. Podróże z Celestią 2010 – Statki kosmiczne – część I Jacek Kupras http://djkupras.blogspot.com
  2. 2. Tytułem wstępu: • Prezentacja którą przeglądasz to streszczenie scenariusza towarzyszącego części siódmej Celestia Educational Activities. • Należy ją traktować jako szablon, który może być punktem wyjścia do dalszej obróbki.
  3. 3. Statki kosmiczne – część I • Astronautyce poświęcono część siódmą oraz ósmą Celestia Educational Activities , pakietu skompilowanego przez przez amerykańskiego nauczyciela Franka Gregorio. • Ta prezentacja dotyczy części siódmej, którą można pobrać spod adresu: http://www.celestiamotherlode.net/catalog/show_addon_details.php?addon_id=880
  4. 4. Statki kosmiczne – część I • Scenariusz towarzyszący tej podróży liczy 33 strony, zaś kartę pracy będę musiał dopiero znaleźć;) • Na odbycie wirtualnej podróży należy przeznaczyć około 3 godzin.
  5. 5. To zaczynamy … • Uwaga – hiperłącza znajdujące się w dalszej części tego dokumentu zadziałają pod warunkiem, że na komputerze zostały zainstalowane Celestia Educational Activities w folderze: C:Program FilesCelestia160-ED • Aby się o tym przekonać kliknij w poniższą grafikę: • Jeżeli otworzy się folder o zawartości identycznej jak widoczna powyżej, dwukrotnie kliknij jedną z ikon wskazanych przez czerwoną strzałkę i czekaj na uruchomienie się Celestii. Następnie kliknij Sound-A7E by aktywować dźwięk. • Jeżeli nie masz zainstalowanego programu, to możesz i tak przeglądać prezentację. Pamiętaj jednak, że hiperłącza nie będą działać!
  6. 6. 87. Apollo 11 and the Celestia 1 are flying too fast to just point our ship at the Sea of Tranquility and land there. First, we have to begin orbiting (circling) the Moon to line up for a safe landing. The Apollo 11 Astronauts are already a bit ahead of us and have dropped into orbit. To fly over to them, click here.
  7. 7. 93. To do so, click here. The Apollo 11 Command & Service Module (CSM) with Mike Collins aboard is visible. The LM with Armstrong and Aldrin is below far out of view to the left, descending toward the surface. Zoom in to view the CSM.
  8. 8. 94. Your ship is tracking the LM at slower speed. To visit it click here. Notice the Earth far away, in the lower right corner! It’s awesome! Once the LM passes, press the [F] key and [G] key to go to it. Then press the [] key to resume real time.
  9. 9. 102. Let’s rejoin Apollo 11 as the Ascent stage approaches the Command Module. To do so, click here. The two craft will not dock for a while yet, after they assure themselves that all systems are aligned and ready for docking. That docking is a stressful time. One slight misalignment and the two craft could be damaged or the docking rods bent. If that happened ….
  10. 10. 117. The Celestia 1 can travel back in time to that historic occasion, to actually bear witness to the docking of these two craft. Are you ready? Click here. Slowly, the craft will dock. When they do, [right-click-drag] the combined craft to examine them closely. Notice the beautiful glow of “Earthshine” on the underside of the two craft.
  11. 11. 169. [Left-click] the toolkit box to turn off your cockpit view. To see the Shenzhou V capsule with its human passenger as it orbits Earth in October 2003, click here. You will pick it up as it flies over the Gobi Desert, the site of its launch facilities. It’s a beautiful craft. Swing your view of the craft with [right-click-drag] and/or zoom in. Beijing, the capitol of China, passes to the South.
  12. 12. 199. Let’s visit Chandra in its orbit far from Earth. However, let’s start at Earth and fly to it. To position the Celestia 1 for the journey, click here. The cities of Earth will be lit on its night side. Centered in your ship’s viewfinder is Chandra, too small to see at this distance.
  13. 13. 207. Let’s visit Spitzer and look at its design. To do so, click here. Your ship is tracking Spitzer as it passes at a speed only 1/100th of its actual speed through space.
  14. 14. Credits: • High Resolution Earth Textures - Copyright © and courtesy Donald Edwards • Celestia 1 model - Copyright © and courtesy Frank Gregorio and Jack Higgins • Sputnik 1 model - Copyright © and courtesy Jack Higgins • Explorer 1 model - Copyright © and courtesy Jack Higgins • Vostok 1 - Copyright © and courtesy ElChristou • Mercury Friendship 7 model - Copyright © and courtesy James Russell Bassett • High-resolution Apollo 11 models - Copyright © and courtesy ElChristou • Lunar Landing audio tape - courtesy NASA • Skylab model - Copyright © and courtesy Douglas Shrox • Apollo-Soyuz models - Copyright © and courtesy Jean-marie Le Cospérec • Mir model - Copyright © and courtesy Robert Hundley • Columbia Space Shuttle Model - Copyright © and courtesy Jack Higgins, Robert Hundley, Jens • Atlantis and Magellan model - Copyright © and courtesy Jack Higgins • Atlantis detailed model and cockpit - Copyright © and courtesy ElChristou • ISS - Endeavour model - Copyright © and courtesy Robert Hundley • Shenzhou V model - Copyright © and courtesy Jack Higgins • Hubble Space Telescope model – Copyright © and courtesy - Miguel Angel Pérez Soria and Terrier • Chandra X-Ray Observatory model - Copyright © and courtesy Jack Higgins • Spitzer Space Telescope - Copyright © and courtesy Jack Higgins • Corot Telescope - Copyright © and courtesy Carlytos • Apollo Space Junk - Copyright © and courtesy Jack Higgins • Cosmos 1 model – design by the Planetary Society – model Copyright © and courtesy Jack Higgins • NASA 2010 Wing - Copyright © and courtesy Rob Sanders • Videos of Apollo 11 launch, landing - courtesy NASA and JPL • Sound effects of Sputnik 1 and rockets – copyright-free from internet • Photo images – courtesy NASA and JPL, or screenshots within Celestia • Sound Effects Scripts and program debugging - Copyright © and courtesy Vincent Giangiulio and Frank Gregorio • Cockpit Overlay coding and texture – Copyright © and courtesy of Jean-Marc Izard and Vincent Giangiulio • Sound coding for Celestia 1.6.0-ED - Copyright © and courtesy of Victor Gomes and Vincent Giangiulio • Permission is granted to copy and distribute this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 2.0 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, with no Front-Cover Texts, and with no Back-Cover Texts. • You can see more high-resolution spacecraft models at http://www.celestialmatters.org/ • Please contact the author of Celestia 160-ED if you want to use the original or modified version of the file for any commercial activity. Contact : vince.gian@free.fr • Please contact the author of this Educational Activity if you want to use the original or modified version of the file for any commercial activity. Contact : fsgregs@comcast.net

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