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Science NASA Emily B

Wilson Hall NASA Science Notes - 6th grade

Oct. 1st, 1958 NASA was founded
Air & Water Fluids
1961 first USA man in space
1962 first man orbited Earth
1961 - 1963 Mercury Project
1965 - 1966 Gemini Project
1967 - 1978 Apollo Project
Main Purpose of Apollo Put men on the moon
fluids have ability to take the shape of a container
NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration
aero air
naus ship
nautic ship
purposes of Mercury Project orbit manned spacecraft, recover man and craft, and investigate man's ability to function in space
Russia launched Sputnik I
Alan Shepard's spacecraft Freedom 7
Mercury was Roman false god - messenger; traveler
Purpose of Gemini Project rondevoing and docking with other spacecrafts
Gemini 8 pilot Niel Armstrong
Gemini 12 pilot "Buzz" Aldrin
Capsules wer called so because... They were so small the men could barely fit in it.
astro star
astronaut star sailor
What happened on Apollo I? fire on launch pad killed the crew
CM command module
LM lunar module
SM service module
module a part that has a specific purpose or function
Apollo missions had no crew 'til... Apollo 7
Apollos 11 12 14 15 16 17 all landed on the moon
all manned Apollo flights had a crew of 3 men
Apollo 11 crew Buzz Aldrin, Niel Armstrong, & Michael Collins
Houston communication center for NASA
Cape Canaveral, FL launch center for NASA
Apollo 15 1st to use lunar rover
Apollo 17 last men on moon
1975 Apollo 18 & Russian Soyuz docked in space
Apollo 16 Charlie Duke from SC walked on the moon - got lunar rover to 18 mph
lunar moon
Apollo 13 O2 tanks exploded, crew climbed into LM and aimed at Earth
Alan Shepard's flight lasted 15 min.
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