Come to the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and see cutting-edge facilities where hundreds of instruments have been tested before being sent out into space.
The booklet looks at the differences between rockets and projectiles, the way they move and the forces that cause this.
The summer term has arrived, which can mean only one thing – our classroom displays competition has returned!
This resource, from ESA, is intended to familiarise students between the ages of 11 and 14 with the subject of satellite imagery.
Produced by Teachers TV, as part of the Teaching Astronomy and Space series looks at the Sun before exploring other stars.
Exoplanets are planets that orbit stars other than our Sun. This collection was developed to help bring this new and exciting area of research into the classroom.
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Resources using space as a context for teaching from ESERO UK, the UK space education office.
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