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Glenn Rutland explains how the mass and weight of an object is directly related to the gravitational pull of the planet that the mass is on.
Activity Sheet: Lesson 1
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Activity Sheet: Lesson 3
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Sandra Porras explores what it means to be “Lighter than Air.” For this lesson, you will need a calculator, the activity page below and a pen or pencil.
Activity Sheet: Lesson 4
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Glenn Rutland uses a container filled with water and a small Cartesian diver to help you better understand Archimedes’ principle of buoyancy and gas volume vs. pressure (Boyles Law).
Activity Sheet: Lesson 5
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Sam Shilling discusses changes in air pressure – highs and lows, with their comings and goings, are our major weather markers. Please download the Pressure Block Instructions and complete the exercise before watching this lesson.
Further, the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation Education Department has partnered with UWF Public Media to create a series of STEM episodes, X-Stream Science. Each episode contains teacher/student support documents and an unique perspective of STEM learning.