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This web site provides the reader with everything he/she would like to know about Aerospace and Aeronautical data. There is a location dedicated to education for all ages. An example of this is being able to explore the universe with quizzes and puzzles. Videos and pictures are also avaliable. Click on research tab and it provides information on Aeronautics, space history, earth and planetary, archives, publications, and historical resources.
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Material Type: Reference Material
Date Added to MERLOT: December 08, 2003
Date Modified in MERLOT: January 19, 2007
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Submitter: Jason Donahue

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Language: English
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Avatar for Jason Hyatt
10 years ago

Jason Hyatt (Student)

Great Website. I spent about an hour looking around and browsing the material.
I plan on using this in my classroom. My students can access the online
learning link and review material on lift, weight, thrust, and drag. The
quality of content is obviously very good because the source is so reputable. I
really do believe my students will benefit from this site. There are some fun
interactive activities here and I believe that will definitely keep their
attention and help them acquire a higher level of understanding with this
complex material.

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No difficulty with navigating the site, there is a very good interface and
logical organization of material. Middle school students may need to be guided
to specific locations, but once there they should be able to browse on their own
and be successful in finding appropriate information.
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