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Mars City—
Balloon Physics Challenge

High School
Virtual Physics Lab

Virtual Physics Lab

Wheeling, West Virginia: Historic Places and Familiar Faces

Wheeling: A Brief History

NASA Explorer Schools—
Retool and Enhance

Verses from the Hills

Walking Pleasant Valley

Planets and Stars and Me…
Oh My!

Foundations of Freedom

InSight

ExoQuest

The Colonial Age

BioBLAST

Astronomy Village: Investigating the Solar System

Astronomy Village: Investigating the Universe

 

 

Funded by NASA, BioBLAST was developed at the Center for Educational Technologies®. This CD-ROM-based multimedia curriculum supplement is based on NASA’s ongoing advanced life support research program. The BioBLAST QuickTime VR® interface places students in a virtual lunar base where they interact with complex simulation software. Their goal is to design a bioregenerative life support system that will keep a crew of
six alive and well for three years without re-supply.

John Baro, assistant project manager
and lead programmer

Rhonda S. Baro, graphic design
and Lunar Base 3D model

Jeanne Finstein, mathematics content

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