Thursday, June 7, 2012

Teaching Space and the Solar System

"Teaching Space and the Solar System","

In the few decades since space exploration began, probes have reached the far regions of the solar system.
 Some hundred billion stars can be found in the universe while more than 1,000 comets have been observed regularly through telescopes.
 Explain that the solar system is made up of our sun and all of the heavenly bodies that travel around it.

 You can use a table to show these differences and characteristics.

 And since it could be quite time-consuming to talk about the theories concerning the origin of life in the solar system, you may use film or other visual presentations as tools to better explain it.
 A telescope is another effective device used to magnify or enlarge the image of a distant object.
 It enables them to see much farther into space than is possible with the human eye.

What is space exploration? The age of space exploration began in the sixth decade of the 20th century.
 Today, space explorations include the investigation of celestial objects ranging in size from cosmic dust to the giant planets of the solar system.
 The possibilities are endless.
 The key to space exploration lay in the production of the rocket engine, which made possible the lofting of objects beyond the Earth's atmosphere.


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