By: Nan C Avery
Winning Chemistry project science fair projects is at three different grade levels. Although this paper seems long, it is broken into grade levels. One experiment for elementary school 3- 5; one for middle school 5-8; and one for high school 10-12. So you can...
By: Wendy R.
Edwin Hubble was a famous astronomer in the 1920's. Hubble was famous for looking beyond our galaxy discovering that the universe was much more vast than people thought. The Hubble telescope named for him has been instrumental in making many important discoveries since it was...
What is NASA's Constellation Program?
By: Helena Whyte
The Space Shuttle Program is almost finished. What will replace it? NASA is developing new space craft and booster rockets to replace the Space Shuttle. The new space craft will be used to send astronauts back to the moon and Mars. NASA believes that John...
Mayan astronomy: the end of time or a new beginning in 2012?
By: T.S. Garp
The Mayan Mystery The year 2012 AD and the ancient Mayan calendar. According to the ancient Mayan calendar, December 21, 2012 marks the end of the Age of Movement and the commencement of a new Earth Age. Many believe this actually predicts the end of...
By: Wendy R.
Sir Isaac Newton was a physicist, mathematician, astronomer, theologian and alchemist. In 1686 he introduced his three laws of motion.The motion of objects can be explained through Newton's Laws of Motion. Newton's first law, the Law of Inertia, in simple terms, states that an...
The top 10 Hubble telescope discoveries
By: Caroline Rhoads
Even if you know nothing about astronomy you have probably heard about Hubble. The Hubble Telescope was launched in 1990 with the hopes that it would answer the question of how our universe works, and just how old it really is. It did not...
Understanding static electricity
By: Elaine Sihera
If you have ever had an instance where you feel a sudden shock when you touch something or your hair stands on end, that is an example of static electricity. This is a form of magnetism that is usually caused when certain kinds of materials...
By: Tim Yarham
Static electricity is all around us, and can often been felt as a short, sharp shock when touching a metal object. While amusing for some, shocking other people is not the only time when static electricity is important. In nature, lightning is the most spectacular...
An introduction to quantum physics and the law of attraction
By: Elaine Sihera
Thoughts govern our existence so we need to be careful what we think. Our thoughts make us into whatever we are by reacting to the vibrating energy around us to bring similar people, who think the same way, and the things we desire, whether positive...
What is NASA's Constellation Program?
By: Mike Canning
Space, The final Frontier, soon will be a little easier, and cheaper to get to. On August 12, 1981 the space shutter Columbia was launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida, in the following years 4 more shuttles were launched from the same pad, Enterprise, Endeavor...

 

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