No-sweat Science

No-sweat Science

Space & Flight Experiments

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Future astronauts, pilots, would-be space scientists, and explorers will find plenty of activities here to feed their dreams. Every page gives kids a new chance to experiment, question, and think. They’ll learn about the basic laws of flight, and also about gravity and centripetal/centrifugal force. In addition, youngsters can get busy designing an airplane wing; constructing a simple helicopter-like toy; and making a variety of planes and gliders to see how they really work. Aerodynamics, astronomy, engineering, math, and art: this book has it all!

Baker & Taylor
Presents a selection of experiments and activities designed to teach the principles of aviation and space science, including making a glider and designing and building a simple rocket.

Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub. Co., 2006
Edition: Rev. ed
ISBN: 9781402723346
Characteristics: 128 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: Space & flight experiments

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