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With all the military action in our skies, lets not forget our focus for the term: OUR PLACE IN SPACE.
The international space station plays a key role in current space exploration.
If you can get under the stars tonight stop and think about the amazing things the ISS has done and what it could mean in the future.
The details of when yo see it are:
Time: Thu Sep 24 7:29 PM,
Visible: 4 min,
Max Height: 85 degrees,
The town of Exmouth has witnessed the response of the Australia's national Defense. Here are some pics of some troops showing the class their day to day equipment.
ADF on show
Thankyou for coming down to the class tonight and sharing some of the hard work that happening in Room 14 this year.
On the tables of each group is a group assignment where they have to work together as a business to create and promote a holiday destination to another planet in our solar system. The roles included Rocket designers, Spacesuit designer, Travel Agent and Astronomer.
The groups are going to present using their best persuasive language and vote for the best planetary holiday this week in class.
Check in soon to see the videos of the presentations.
Tonight we have another chance to view the ISS (International Space Station) as it orbits our big planet.
Time: Tue Jul 28 6:43 PM, Visible: 6 min, Max Height: 68 degrees, Appears: SW, Disappears: NNE
1. What speed does the ISS orbit the Earth?
2. Which nations are involved in the ISS?
3. Is the ISS closer to the moon or to Earth?
4. How far up does the ISS orbit Earth?