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Mariner 10 Spacecraft - Images and Engineering from JPL Reference - General
(College Freshman - Continuing Education)
Aerospace Engineering NEEDS
Website from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory with history and technical details of the Mariner 10 spacecraft. The site has a number of detailed images and useful links. Image caption: "Here the Mariner 10 spacecraft is being assemb  ... more
NASA's Planetary Photojournal Reference - Visuals
(College Freshman - Continuing Education)
Aerospace Engineering NEEDS
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) site contains NASA's highest quality solar system images, organized by the planets - Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, and others. The photos are also sorted by t  ... more
07-06-1997 Sojourner Rover Travels on Mars Community - Blog
(College Freshman - Continuing Education)
Aerospace Engineering NEEDS
Engineering Pathway's blog for July 6. Today in History - July 6, 1997 - the Sojourner Rover (above), carried by the Pathfinder spacecraft, rolled onto the Mars' surface. Launched on December 4, 1996, Pathfinder impacted th  ... more
A Space Library Teaching - Simulation
(9 - Continuing Education)
Astronomy NEEDS
This NASA/JPL/Caltech website contains a mixture of space-related images and programs which will help the student visualize the solar system using computer graphics. A solar system simulator will allow the user to view any planet  ... more
JPL Annual Invention Challenge Teaching - Laboratory/Experiment/Field Activity
(5 - College Freshman)
Entrepreneurship and Innovation NEEDS
"The JPL Annual Invention Challenge is a friendly, yet challenging competition open to JPL employees and contractors, their family members, and students from local middle and high schools. Each year, a different engineering challe  ... more
Athena: Mars Exploration Rovers Community - General
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Aerospace Engineering NEEDS
Cornell University, NASA's JPL and Bill Nye present information on the Mars Exploration Rovers. Images, at-home experiments for kids and lesson plans compliment details of mission goals and payload. " The two powerful new Mars r  ... more
Explorer I First U.S. Satellite Reference - General
(9 - Continuing Education)
Aerospace Engineering NEEDS
"Explorer 1 was the first satellite launched by the United States when it was sent into space on January 31, 1958. Following the launch of the Soviet Union's Sputnik 1 on October 4, 1957, the U.S. Army Ballistic Missile Agency was  ... more
07-04-1997 Pathfinder lands on Mars Community - Blog
(College Freshman - Continuing Education)
Aerospace Engineering NEEDS
The Engineering Pathway's blog for July 4. Today in History - July 4, 1997 - Launched on December 4, 1996, Pathfinder impacted the surface of Mars on July 4, 1997 at a velocity of 18 m/s (40 mph) and then bounced into the air  ... more
Curiosity's First Drive Celebration Reference - Article/Document
(College Freshman - Continuing Education)
Aerospace Engineering NEEDS
JPL video: "Team members celebrate in JPL's Curiosity Surface Mission Support Area when images are received confirming Curiosity's first drive on Mars on Aug. 22, 2012."  ... more
Basics of Space Flight Learners' Workbook Teaching - Tutorial
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
NEEDS
Since Caltech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) manages NASA projects that probe the deep space (translunar) environment of our solar system, operations people need to have an understanding of the basics of space flight in order t  ... more
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