Click on the image below to exlore Cassini in 3D
Cassini Orbiter Instruments
They survey and sniff, analyze and scrutinize. They take stunning images in various visible spectra. Cassini's 12 science instruments are designed to carry out sophisticated scientific studies of Saturn, from collecting data in multiple regions of the electromagnetic spectrum, to studying dust particles, to characterizing Saturn's plasma environment and magnetosphere.
Check out this drone tour of the EDHS building and surroundings. Thanks to Mr Plummer for the very cool camera work. This footage was taken for the WA Museum's digital exhibition of Exmouth celebrating 50 years. Gives a great perspective of our school's position to the gulf.
Watch to take the tour!
This documentary film is a tour inside the International Space Station (ISS) shown by NASA Astronaut Sunita (Suni) Williams. She describes how the station is divided into two pressurized modules, floating to each as she demonstrates scientific instruments, bushes teeth, drinks water and using the bathroom, all in zero gravity. Sunita "Suni" Williams is an American astronaut of Indian-Slovenian descent holding several spacewalking records by a woman.
Click on the hologram to visit Jonnos science web site.
There are links to build your own Holoprojector and a bunch of great things to project. Check down the bottom of the page to find specially designed videos - including a range of 3D hologram objects ranging from the Moon to minions!!!
Make a HOLOGRAM Projector!
'After EDHS was representing the Ningaloo reef at the 2017 UNESCO conference, we want to sign up as many 'Ningaloo-Ninjas' to take the pledge on protecting our precious oceans for future generations.