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Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer (EUVE) Satellite Dataflow Demonstration
by Marlene Wilson and Dennis
Biroscak, with contributions from Bill Hammerman and Dan Reimer.
Brief Overview: This is a hands-on demonstration of the communication between the EUVE satellite
and a scientist on Earth.
Artificial satellites in orbit around the Earth
Dr. Seth Shostak/Science Photo Library/ Photo Researchers, Inc.
- Grade Levels: 4 - 12
- Time Requirements:
- Approximately one-half hour Preparation Time
- 40 - 60 minutes Class Time
- one 6" or 8" ball (slightly deflated)
- signs (provided) with yarn, string or ribbon
- tennis ball (optional)
- cleared space enough for the demo (20' x 20' at least)
- Student Skills Required: Ball throwing and catching
Video of Demonstration with kids! This is worth the wait. Your Netscape disk cache (Options Menu) should
be set for 2 Megs.
Details!! (Last Update: July 1, 1996 )
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