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  • From: Kathy Kraemer <>
  • To: <>, <>
  • Subject: One hour NASA webcast and videoconference
  • Date: Mon, 08 Dec 2003 08:22:45 -0600

>Date: Thu, 04 Dec 2003 09:25:53 -0500
>From: Ruth A Petersen
>Subject: Fwd: December 17 Event Information for Distribution
>>12 Seconds That Changed the World
>>Description: Free One-Hour NASA Webcast and Videoconferece for middle school
>>Date: December 17, 2003
>>Time: 3 live events at 11:00am EST, 1:00pm EST, 4:00pm EST
>>Content: History is filled with pioneers and explorers who through their
determination and courage altered the course of human events. December 17,
marks the 100th anniversary of two of these individuals. Wilbur and Orville
Wright defied gravity and nature when they flew the world's first manned
airplane on the shores of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
>>The first 12 seconds of flight that covered just over 100 feet of sand
led to transcontinental flight, breaking the sound barrier in an airplane, and
the exploration of space. Join aerospace experts from the NASA Glenn Research
Center during this live, one-hour, fully interactive webcast and
videoconference, as they look back on the developments of flight over the last
>>For information on the Wright Brother's invention process visit:
>>Objective: Introduce students to both the principles behind and the
development of aircraft over the past 100 years.
>>Grade Level: 5-8
>>NSTA Science Content Standards covered in event: Unifying Concepts and
(Evidence, models, and explanation, Constancy, change and measurement, Form
function), Science as Inquiry(Understandings about scientific inquiry),
Science (motion and forces), Science and Technology (Abilities of
design, Understandings about science and technology), Science in Personal and
Social Perspectives (Science and technology in society), History and Nature of
Science (Science as a human endeavor, Nature of Science, History of Science)
>>For log-on information visit:
>>For registration information email:
>>Rob LaSalvia
>>Educational Programs Office
>>NASA Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field
>>21000 Brookpark Road M.S. 7-4
>>Cleveland, OH 44135
>>Phone: (216)433-8981 Fax: (216)433-3344
>Ruth Petersen, NCI Information Systems, Inc., M.A.Ed.
>Educational Coordinator/Technical Specialist, Digital Learning Network
>NASA Glenn Research Center Educational Programs Office
>21000 Brookpark Rd., MS 142-1
>Cleveland, OH 44135
>Phone: 216-433-9714, Fax: 216-433-8000

  • One hour NASA webcast and videoconference, Kathy Kraemer, 12/08/2003

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