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Explore the construction of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) and the design of its primary mirror. This activity outlines three engineering issues. You may choose to explore any single issue or all three. What is the best way to make a large mirror that can go into space?

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This is an introductory activity about volcanoes. Students learn about their main features, their creation and the effects of volcanic eruptions to humans.

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In this experiment you will investigate the variation of pressure with depth

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In this ILS students learn about Buyoncy and objects' properties.      Note: this ILS is part of Training Module 2: The Basic Inquiry Learning Scenario.

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This is an introductory activity about tsunamis. Students learn about the mechanism behind the generation of these giant waves and how they can be protected by them.

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In this activity students will work on trajectories by trying to send a spacecraft to Mars. Since Earth and Mars are in constant motion students also get acquainted with the notion of relative motion.

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Being an astronaut is one of the coolest jobs out there! However, what does it take for someone to become an astronaut? Let's find out!

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Learn about the Solar System and the lives of astronauts. 

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ILS about gravity on the Earth and on the moon It concerns the concept of atmosphere.

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In this lesson, you will be able to learn how to perform simple pendulum experiment. This will enable you to vary the parameters and calculate the value of the periodic time of the pendulum as it oscillates.