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Jet Propulsion Laboratory Education

provides lesson plans on comets, contour mapping, convection, craters, counting, eclipses, the inverse square law, life in the universe, micrometeorites, moon phases, robotic spacecraft, spotting satellites, sunspots, Venus topography, and more. (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

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Interesting Fact:

Everyone likes to make something fly. Try making this simple soda-straw rocket activity at home and see what it's like to be an engineer. You probably have all the required materials and the rocket takes less than 20 minutes to make. Besides having fun, you may just discover a budding engineer!
Artist's conception shows Titan's surface with Saturn appearing dimly in the background through Titan's thick atmosphere of mostly nitrogen and methane.

Huygens Probe and Titan

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