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Meet Margaret Hamilton, the badass '60s programmer who saved the moon landing Happy moon landing day! July 20, 2015 marks the 46th anniversary of Apollo 11's arrival on the moon. The lunar lander holding Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touched down at 4:18 PM eastern, and Armstrong became the first human in history to walk on the lunar surface at 10:56 PM. Crash Course Kids - Science Topics Welcome to Crash Course Kids! We are extremely excited to announce this new channel from the creators of Crash Course. We'll be talking about 5th Grade Science to start, then adding in more subjects as the channel grows. We're so happy to have you along for the ride with us and can't wait to get started! NASA Kids Club Skip to main content NASA Kids Club › Text Only Site Peculiar Pluto

3M Science of Everyday Life - Discovery Education Did You Know? 3M is a leader in adhesive products such as Scotch® Magic™ Transparent Tape and Post-it® Notes and has applied adhesive technology to help scientists learn more about butterflies. Click here to learn more about this fun fact and more! Electricity for kids - and everyone else: A simple introduction! Advertisement by Chris Woodford. Last updated: April 14, 2016. Virginia Living Museum - Explore Plants and Animals of Virginia The Virginia Living Museum is home to more than 250 species of animals and plants found throughout Virginia including reptiles, mammals, birds and fish. With its rivers and waterfalls, mountains and sandy coast, Virginia has an array of wildlife ranging from the extremely rare red wolf to jellyfish. The Chesapeake Bay is the world’s richest marine-life estuary. Experience the Bay’s diversity year round at the VLM. Plus explore the underwater worlds of a steamy cypress swamp and a cool mountain stream. Most of the mammals and birds on exhibit could not survive in the wild because they were either injured, orphaned or born in captivity.

Virtual Knee Surgery Activity Home Teacher's Guide Glossary Credit & Thanks BeautifulNow is Beautiful Now Colors can play tricks on the mind. And the mind can play tricks on colors! Check out the fascinating new things happening right now in the world of synaesthesia and color-responsive wearables. Causes of extinction Trilobite fossil dating to the early Edenic Period. Source: C.Michael Hogan fossil collection Causes of extinction have prehistorically been dominated by natural earth processes such as geological transformation of the Earth's crust and major climatic oscillations, as well as species interactions; however, since the ascent of modern man during the Holocene, the causes of extinction have been dominated by the activities of humans.

Pendulum Explore this virtual pendulum and make it swing. To see The ZOOM Pendulum, you'll need a plug-in called Shockwave. It's free and lets you enjoy animated games and activities on the Web, including this one. You only have to install it once. Cultural Institute Cargando Explora historias y colecciones de todas partes del mundo 'The Tower of Babel' by Pieter Bruegel the Elder Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Resumen diariolunes, 20 de febrero Historias del día

Extinction - Causes Natural Causes of Extinction Climatic Heating and Cooling Climate Change is caused by a number of things. The effect that climate has on extinction is very big. Extinct & Endangered We are always hearing about extinct and endangered animals, but do you know what these terms actually mean? So, what is extinction? Extinction of a particular animal or plant species occurs when there are no more individuals of that species alive anywhere in the world - the species has died out. This is a natural part of evolution.

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