Our son is interested in the awesome Saturn V rocket that carried Humans to the Moon. I thought I’d add a couple resources that I found here, rather than to some Google Doc or email. As usual, NASA has a collection of free multimedia resources. I found this album on Flickr. There are also a […]
In this post, let’s head back to the Moon for an updated visit and marvel at our first off-world landing site. It was the first body in our solar system that humans walked on beyond our homeworld.
This egg experiment involves creating a partial vacuum in a bottle and using that vacuum to suck a boiled egg into the bottle. This video is in Hebrew but you can follow along if you don’t understand what our friend is saying.
The Biodiversity Heritage Library has a wonderful collection of resources about our shared biodiversity online. It is a terrific resource for kids and anyone interested in biodiversity.
NASA publishes a large collection of photos and videos of our planet as seen from the International Space Station. They offer a truly spectacular view of our home.
Will a bowling ball fall faster than a feather if you dropped them at the same time? Sounds obvious but the answer will surprise you.
I found this great one-stop guide to our Solar System from NASA and thought you would find it useful.
This morning our daughter asked me what happens when lightning strikes an airplane. It is a great question so I did a little digging and the answers are fascinating.
Did you know that knowing the size of raindrops can help scientists better predict storm behaviour and the after effects of storms in different regions? The GPM mission is designed to help do just that.
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter’s mission to Mars has produced remarkable insights into the Red Planet’s history and humanity’s future on it.