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The Resource Science fair projects : flight, space & astronomy, Bob Bonnet & Dan Keen ; illustrated by Frances Zweifel

Science fair projects : flight, space & astronomy, Bob Bonnet & Dan Keen ; illustrated by Frances Zweifel

Label
Science fair projects : flight, space & astronomy
Title
Science fair projects
Title remainder
flight, space & astronomy
Statement of responsibility
Bob Bonnet & Dan Keen ; illustrated by Frances Zweifel
Title variation
  • Flight, space & astronomy
  • Flight, space, and astronomy
Creator
Contributor
Illustrator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Presents fifty-three simple experiments and projects revolving around space science, including topics such as seasons, the night sky, light, and flight
Summary
Presents projects and experiments covering chemical principles in sciences such as geology, electronics, environmental science, and health, with dozens of ideas for science fair chemistry projects
http://library.link/vocab/ext/novelist/bookUI
183377
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
520/.78
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/ext/novelist/minGradeLevel
  • 4
  • 6
Nature of contents
bibliography
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True
Target audience
pre adolescent
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/titleRemainder
chemistry
Label
Science fair projects : flight, space & astronomy, Bob Bonnet & Dan Keen ; illustrated by Frances Zweifel
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Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Who's in the Moon? (Imagination and moon images) -- "Three, two, one..." (A matter of action and reaction) -- Going up? (Hot air rising) -- Moon watch (Discovering the moon's motions) -- Double Dipper (Seeing star patterns) -- Super-sized surprise (Sunlight from two directions) -- Cyclops (Two light sources into one) -- High flyer (DEsigning paper airplanes for distance) -- News flash (Naming comets) -- Overcoming gravity (Countering one force with another) -- A balaned diet (Gravity and the balancing point) -- Big money (Take a coin, cause and eclipse) -- Rolling along (Demonstrating gravity's effect on light) -- Skyworks (All out for meteor spotting) -- Marble slide (Trajectory trials) -- Ski jump (Universal pull of gravity) -- Paper moon (Creating a moonscape) -- Over & under (Air movement and air pressure) -- Drop zone (Parachute design) -- Cool air lift (What keeps airplanes up?) -- Move over! (Motion beats the power of gravity) -- Stellar performance (The night sky as the earth turns) -- Sun day news (The changing length of day and night) -- Two birhgt (Light pollution) -- Tommorow's astronauts (Visit to a pretend planet) -- Sun trek (Tracking the sun's movement) -- I am a sundial (Telling time from the sun) -- Sunny spotlight (The art of spreading light) -- Once around the sun (Comparing planetary years) -- Just add air (Making enviromental changes) -- Drag on (Air's resistance to motion) -- No strings (Balancing with pressures) -- Wane, wane, go away (Charting the phases of the moon) -- Tilt! -- Our solar system's leaning planets) -- Rings in the sky (Motion of Saturn's rings) -- Big eye in the sky (Tasks for a special telescope) -- South of the border (Fifferent skies for North and South) -- Is it night yet? (How long is twilight?) -- Seeing red, blue, and... (Determining colors ij dimming light) -- Color me warm (The effect of sunlight on colored objects) -- I see the moon (Comparing views of the moon) -- Pedal power ( How high is the moon?) -- Words crossing (Creating science puzzles) -- Screened images (How the eye sees) -- Focus on light beams (Understanding the refracting telescope) -- Clean sweep (Earth's changing surfaces) -- On the level (Flight terms: pitch, roll, yaw) -- Big spalsh (Whe a meteor falls) -- Mirror, mirror (Comparing heat from direct and reflected sunlight) -- Darth Fader (Effect of sunlight on color) -- the eyes have it (Light's effect on night viewing) -- It came from space (What we-ve learned from space research) -- Time after time (Timeline: highlights of the age of space exploration)
Control code
14577070
Extent
95 pages : hardcover
Isbn
9780806994505
Isbn Type
;
Lccn
96039281 /AC
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)ocm35792225
Label
Science fair projects : flight, space & astronomy, Bob Bonnet & Dan Keen ; illustrated by Frances Zweifel
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Who's in the Moon? (Imagination and moon images) -- "Three, two, one..." (A matter of action and reaction) -- Going up? (Hot air rising) -- Moon watch (Discovering the moon's motions) -- Double Dipper (Seeing star patterns) -- Super-sized surprise (Sunlight from two directions) -- Cyclops (Two light sources into one) -- High flyer (DEsigning paper airplanes for distance) -- News flash (Naming comets) -- Overcoming gravity (Countering one force with another) -- A balaned diet (Gravity and the balancing point) -- Big money (Take a coin, cause and eclipse) -- Rolling along (Demonstrating gravity's effect on light) -- Skyworks (All out for meteor spotting) -- Marble slide (Trajectory trials) -- Ski jump (Universal pull of gravity) -- Paper moon (Creating a moonscape) -- Over & under (Air movement and air pressure) -- Drop zone (Parachute design) -- Cool air lift (What keeps airplanes up?) -- Move over! (Motion beats the power of gravity) -- Stellar performance (The night sky as the earth turns) -- Sun day news (The changing length of day and night) -- Two birhgt (Light pollution) -- Tommorow's astronauts (Visit to a pretend planet) -- Sun trek (Tracking the sun's movement) -- I am a sundial (Telling time from the sun) -- Sunny spotlight (The art of spreading light) -- Once around the sun (Comparing planetary years) -- Just add air (Making enviromental changes) -- Drag on (Air's resistance to motion) -- No strings (Balancing with pressures) -- Wane, wane, go away (Charting the phases of the moon) -- Tilt! -- Our solar system's leaning planets) -- Rings in the sky (Motion of Saturn's rings) -- Big eye in the sky (Tasks for a special telescope) -- South of the border (Fifferent skies for North and South) -- Is it night yet? (How long is twilight?) -- Seeing red, blue, and... (Determining colors ij dimming light) -- Color me warm (The effect of sunlight on colored objects) -- I see the moon (Comparing views of the moon) -- Pedal power ( How high is the moon?) -- Words crossing (Creating science puzzles) -- Screened images (How the eye sees) -- Focus on light beams (Understanding the refracting telescope) -- Clean sweep (Earth's changing surfaces) -- On the level (Flight terms: pitch, roll, yaw) -- Big spalsh (Whe a meteor falls) -- Mirror, mirror (Comparing heat from direct and reflected sunlight) -- Darth Fader (Effect of sunlight on color) -- the eyes have it (Light's effect on night viewing) -- It came from space (What we-ve learned from space research) -- Time after time (Timeline: highlights of the age of space exploration)
Control code
14577070
Extent
95 pages : hardcover
Isbn
9780806994505
Isbn Type
;
Lccn
96039281 /AC
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)ocm35792225

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