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Center of Gravity Activity
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This resource, "Center of Gravity Activity" is included in Lesson 2 Control Surfaces which is a part of Unit 12 Control Surfaces included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

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Aerospace engineering
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Activity/Lab
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NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015
The Law of Action and Reaction: Newton's Third Law Video
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This NASA video segment explores how Newton's third law of motion applies to aerospace. An instructor at NASA's National Test Pilot School defines the third law and explains how a jet engine works to move an aircraft forward. There is also a discussion about the four forces involved in flying an aircraft. This resource, "Newtons Third Law Video" is included in Lesson 4 Newton's Third Law Applied which is a part of Unit 04 Newton's Laws and Aerospace Application included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

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Aerospace engineering
Materials science
Physics
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Lesson
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NASA
Date Added:
10/01/2020
Lift Equation Activity - Worksheet
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This resource, "Lift Equation Activity" is included in Lesson 2 Theories and Factors Affecting Lift which is a part of Unit 08 Aircraft Forces - Lift and Weight included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

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Aerospace engineering
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Activity/Lab
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NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015
NASA Goodbye Glaciers
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This online video briefly shows glacial loss in North and South America between 2003 and 2010. The resource, "NASA Goodbye Glaciers" included in "Lesson 3 Black Ice" is a part of "Unit 03 Challenges to Safe Operating Space" included in Energy & Sustainability ES - Course 2.

Subject:
Sustainable agriculture
Environmental technology
Environmental sciences
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Lesson
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NASA
Date Added:
03/17/2015
NASA Video: Pitch Control
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This video explains how an elevator was used to control the pitch of the Wright Brothers' aircraft. This resource, "NASA Pitch Video" is included in Lesson 1 Roll, Pitch, and Yaw which is a part of Unit 12 Control Surfaces included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

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Aerospace engineering
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Lesson
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NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015
NASA Video: Roll Control
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This video explains how wing warping is used to roll aircraft. This resource, "NASA Yaw Video" is included in Lesson 1 Roll, Pitch, and Yaw which is a part of Unit 12 Control Surfaces included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

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Aerospace engineering
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Lesson
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NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015
NASA Video: Thrust
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This video discusses how thrust force affected the flight of the Wright Brothers' aircraft. This resource, "Thrust NASA Video" is included in Lesson 1 Thrust which is a part of Unit 09 Aircraft Forces - Thrust included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

Subject:
Aerospace engineering
Material Type:
Lesson
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NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015
NASA Video: Wind Tunnel Testing
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This resource, "Wind Tunnel NASA video" is included in Lesson 2 Wind Tunnels which is a part of Unit 11 Airfoils, Wings, and Wind Tunnels included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

Subject:
Aerospace engineering
Material Type:
Lesson
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NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015
NASA Wright Brothers Video: Newton's Laws of Motion
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This video explains how Newton's Laws of Motion described the flight of the Wright Brothers' aircraft. This resource, "Newton's Laws of Motion NASA Wright Bros Video" is included in Lesson 5 Newton's Laws Project which is a part of Unit 04 Newton's Laws and Aerospace Application included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

Subject:
Aerospace engineering
Materials science
Physics
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Lesson
Provider:
NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015
Newton's Third Law Video
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This NASA video segment explores how Newton's third law of motion applies to aerospace. An instructor at NASA's National Test Pilot School defines the third law and explains how a jet engine works to move an aircraft forward. There is also a discussion about the four forces involved in flying an aircraft. This resource, "Newtons Third Law Video" is included in Lesson 4 Newton's Third Law Applied which is a part of Unit 04 Newton's Laws and Aerospace Application included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

Subject:
Aerospace engineering
Materials science
Physics
Material Type:
Lesson
Provider:
NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015
Ping Pong Ball Curves
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In this activity, students explore how movement of a solid object through a fluid (air) causes lift. This resource, "PingPong Ball Lift Activity" is included in Lesson 2 Theories and Factors Affecting Lift which is a part of Unit 08 Aircraft Forces - Lift and Weight included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

Subject:
Aerospace engineering
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Activity/Lab
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NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015
Thrust to Weight Ratio Activity
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This resource, "Thrust to Weight Ratio Activity" is included in Lesson 1 Thrust which is a part of Unit 09 Aircraft Forces - Thrust included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

Subject:
Aerospace engineering
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Activity/Lab
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NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015
Using Graphs to Compare Lift Variables
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This activity involves using the graphs created by FoilSim for each of six variables to compare their effect on the lift of an airfoil. Students will analyze the graphs produced by each of the following variables compared to the lift produced: airspeed, angle of attack, area of the airfoil,altitude, thickness of the airfoil,and camber of the airfoil. This resource, "Using Graphs to Compare Lift Variables" is included in Lesson 1 Airfoils and Wings which is a part of Unit 11 Airfoils, Wings, and Wind Tunnels included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

Subject:
Aerospace engineering
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Activity/Lab
Provider:
NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015
Why Invent That?
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In this activity, students will list the advantages and disadvantages of the Daedalus over a small aircraft. This resource, "Why Invent That Activity" is included in Lesson 1 Thrust which is a part of Unit 09 Aircraft Forces - Thrust included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

Subject:
Aerospace engineering
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015
Wing Area Worksheet - student
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This resource, "Wing Area Worksheet- student" is included in Lesson 2 Theories and Factors Affecting Lift which is a part of Unit 08 Aircraft Forces - Lift and Weight included in ASA - Course 1 of the Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering subject area.

Subject:
Aerospace engineering
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
NASA
Date Added:
02/16/2015