Posted by: mrborden | November 18, 2012

Week 12 Moon Mission


Nov 20 2012
QFD: “Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” ― George Bernard Shaw
?FD: How do you calculate the volume of a cube? a pyramid?
Objective: 4c. Students know the different atmospheric gases that absorb the Earth’s thermal radiation and the mechanism and significance of the greenhouse effect.

1) finish project
2) hand in answers to questions 1-9 (website)
3) Video clips






Nov 19 2012

QFD: As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. ~John Fitzgerald Kennedy
?FD: How does earth compare to Venus with regards to greenhouse gases? Mars?
Objective: 4c. Students know the different atmospheric gases that absorb the Earth’s thermal radiation and the mechanism and significance of the greenhouse effect.

1) Read Moon Mission calculate living area of project
2) Materials and schematic drawing
Moon Landing Mission and Spacecraft Mission 200 pts
4 people per group
Products – 1 living station ( product discussed in class) Space engineer
1 Lunar module ( variation of model of living station) Aerospace engineer
1 page paper on the Apollo Missions and the moon – Linguistics Specialist
And a picture of the area on Mars we are landing complete with 3 points of contact (ipad)
Aerospace geologist
The mission and take off to Mars is fast approaching. The WSA needs more answers. They have asked that a team of 4 volunteers guide a mission to the moon before we begin our mission and new life on Mars. While they believe that your efforts are admirable they still do not want to spend the 200 billion dollars necessary for your project to be a success until you can prove to design a model of the lunar module and your living station. The asteroid has also seemed to slow down due to new calculations and has allowed you 1 extra year to prepare. You will need to bring 1 Aerospace engineer to build the lunar module and 1 space engineer to build the living station. Since we will need a full report of what is going on, we also need a Linguistic specialist to document the importance of the Apollo missions and how the moon was formed and to teach this information to the others on this mission.
We also need a Aerospace geologist to draw us a colored map of where we will land including 3 contact points with their exact locations. These projects are due by Monday since we are on a tight deadline . May the force be with you!
The schematics for the lunar module and space station are on the website and in your notebook.
The map should be very detailed and contain exact locations
The report should be typed but may be written and added to your website on a new page titled Mission to the Moon




Mission to mars – <a href="http://youtu.be/Tpd2-b4n-wE&#8221;>
http://www.space.com/16265-7-minutes-of-terror-curiosity-rover-s-risky-mars-landing-video.html

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  1. hello mr borden its me alejandro verdugo im at home sick and was wondering wat are we doing today

    • did u see the quiz? take it from home if possible tomorrow we are drawinf the ocean floor. Hope you feel better!


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