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Contexts > Rockets > Rockets and space Saturn V Pronounced ‘Saturn five’. NASA, USA. Saturn rockets launched Apollo missions to Moon, 1968 to Apollo 11 mission launched on 16 July Height = 110 m (longer than a rugby field, nearly as tall as the Auckland sky tower). This image is the Apollo 15 launch on 26 July NASA © Copyright University of Waikato. All rights reserved. |
Contexts > Rockets > Rockets and space Titan Centaur NASA, USA. Titan Centaur rockets were used to launch the two Voyager probes in Height 48 m. Voyager probes 1 and 2 Mass kg. Flyby of Jupiter in Flyby of Saturn in Voyager 1 most distant human-made object in space ( km or 118 AU as at 23 September 2011). Both continue to send/receive signals as they travel into interstellar space. NASA-MSFC NASA © Copyright University of Waikato. All rights reserved. |
Contexts > Rockets > Rockets and space Space Shuttle NASA, USA. 135 flights, 1981 to Height = 56 m at launch. Carries people and objects such as satellites into Earth orbit. Used to build and transport to the International Space Station. Has two solid rocket boosters that separate after 2 minutes. The big external tank continues to supply propellant to the three main engines on the Space Shuttle orbiter for another 6 minutes. ePower-Propulsion NASA © Copyright University of Waikato. All rights reserved. |
Contexts > Rockets > Rockets and space Soyuz-FG Russia. Launches satellites into orbit. Missions to the International Space Station. Height = 49.5 m. This image is of the TMA-13 mission carrying supplies and three crew to the International Space Station in NASA/Bill Ingalls © Copyright University of Waikato. All rights reserved. |
Contexts > Rockets > Rockets and space International Space Station NASA The International Space Station (ISS) is the size of a rugby field. Astronauts live on board for up to 6 months at a time. Huge solar panels generate energy from the Sun. Altitude is 360 kilometres above the Earth’s surface. Orbital speed of kilometres per hour. It takes 90 minutes to go around the Earth once. Astronauts experience 16 day/night cycles every 24 hours! NASA © Copyright University of Waikato. All rights reserved. |
Contexts > Rockets > Rockets and space the thickness of the atmosphere? the distance to the International Space Station? the diameter of the Moon? the distance to the Moon? the diameter of the Sun? the distance to the Sun? Scale model distances If the Earth was just 10 cm diameter, what would be: NASA © Copyright University of Waikato. All rights reserved. |
Contexts > Rockets > Rockets and space Scale model distances ObjectReal distance (km)Scale model Diameter of Earth cm Thickness of 99% of Earth’s atmosphere mm Official start of space mm Altitude of the International Space Station mm Diameter of the Moon cm Distance to the Moon m Diameter of the Sun m Distance to the Sun from Earth km © Copyright University of Waikato. All rights reserved. |
Contexts > Rockets > Rockets and space Questions to consider What makes a rocket start moving? What keeps a rocket moving once the rocket engines have finished? Why do some rockets stay in space and some fall back to the Earth? Has New Zealand launched any rockets to reach space? What countries have launched rockets into space? What are some of your favourite images from space (e.g. Hubble Space Telescope images? What are some of NASA’s current and future missions? © Copyright University of Waikato. All rights reserved. |
The Science Learning Hub would like to thank NASA and ePower-Propulsion for the use of their images for this activity Contexts > Rockets > Rockets and space © Copyright University of Waikato. All rights reserved. |
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