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Field Geology Quiz - off to the moon to do geology – or is that selenology To accompany use of From the Earth to the Moon – Episode 10
Dave Scott Genesis Rock
Farouk El Baz
Gene Shoemaker Meteor Crater
What is the mystery of the dead cat? What does that have to do with being a field geologist?
What does context mean? –(in a field geology sense)
What is a suite? –(not the hotel room!! In terms of field geology! )
The rocks of an area tell a __________.
What do the rocks of the Big Island tell us?
How did the astronauts get the Big Picture?
What was the point of the video?
What was the name of the Astronaut / Geologist? What was the name of the CalTech geologist / professor? What was the name of the crazy moon guy?
Gems Gem name | Color(s) | What country A> | | B> | | C> | | D> | | Name the gem made by an animal. _______
Hadley Rille – site of Apollo 15 landing East side of Mare Imbrium
EVA on Apollo 15
Hadley Rille and rover
I. The Highlands Surface feature that is light in color, high in elevation (mountainous), and heavily cratered.
The Surface of the Moon. Surface Surface: The top or outside of something.
The surface of the Moon: its properties and what it tells us.
ASTR Spring 2008 Joel E. Tohline, Alumni Professor 247 Nicholson Hall [Slides from Lecture29]
Sampling Moon Rocks. Why do we have seasons? Explain. The tilt of the Earth. There are times of the year where the southern hemisphere is tilted more.
Adapted from presentation by John W. Delano, Ph.D. Distinguished Teaching Professor Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences University at Albany (SUNY)
What can you see on the Moon with Eyes, Binoculars, Telescopes CYA 30 th January 2016 By Daniel Coe
The Moon Chapter 10. The Earth Moon System Primary Surface Features.
The Space Race Part II The Quest for the Moon U.S.S.R. – Luna Missions Luna 1 Luna 1 First spacecraft to achieve Earth- escape velocity. First spacecraft.
Moon Landing By: Anthony Holt & Jacob Childers. Moon landing The U.S. has landed on the moon 6 times. We went on the Apollo 11- the 17 but the Apollo.
Earth’s Moon & Traveling Into Space Chapter 15 S4 and S5.
Visiting Earth’s Moon Russian probe: E-3 spacecraft, photographed dark side of the moon. Launched April 15, American Manned Mission: picture of Apollo.
John Young from Apollo 16, April 1972 Lunar Geology.
Craters of the Moon Read Ch. 4 of the text, sections 4.1 through 4.6.
Formation of the Moon What properties were known about the moon prior to Apollo? Orbital Period Mass and Size and therefore Density Gravity was 1/6 as.
The Moon By: Logan, Brooke, Justin, Sam and James.
Cratering Intro \\Space\projects\MARSSB\D AWN WORKSHOP 2007\dawn web videos\cratering\icintro.mov Down load pdf or ppt \\Space\projects\MARSSB\DA WN WORKSHOP.
GEOLOGIST! By: Tucker Roberts. What is their field of Science? The Earth! The Earth!
The moon As seen through a telescope. General features The Moon (and other bodies) were originally thought to have an atmosphere And living beings (selenites.
Question 1 How many men have walked on the moon?
Lunar Craters Aristarchus. Formation of a Crater.
Earth & Moon Mr. Skirbst Physical Science Topic 28.
The relative age of rocks How old is the stuff around us?
Ch. 28 Sec. 2 The Moon. Reaching for the Moon Soviet Union launched Sputnik I in 1957 –First step into understanding our space 1961, Soviet astronaut.
Mission to Pluto Using the satellites and missions described here, plan a mission to Pluto and choose the instruments.
The Moon. Let’s examine that again at a slower speed.
Gravity Is gravity real - or does the Earth just suck?
History of the Space Program ES-3d Notes. Geocentric view.
Earth’s Moon How did our Moon form? and What’s been happening since?
Moon Notes. Moon Facts The Moon is a natural satellite. The Moon is the 5 th largest natural satellite in our solar system.
Notice that the earth goes through “phases” if you are on the moon.
The Mystery of Mars Vocabulary Geologist Organic Meteorite Interplanetary Atmosphere OCR th grade Lesson 5 The Mystery of Mars Sandra Sanchez Abbott.
The Man on the Moon Neil Armstrong. Neil Armstrong was an astronaut. He landed on the moon in He was the first man to land on the moon.
What would you leave behind?. Apollo 11 In Armstrong’s pocket was a small piece of the muslin from the left wing of the Wright Brothers’ 1903 plane. It.
The Moon. MOON FACTS Natural satellite of earth Gravity 1/6 of earth - WHY? No atmosphere - WHY? Temp. difference: 134 C to -170 C -WHY?
The Planets 7.3. What are some of the objects that make up our solar system? Planets Moons The Sun Comets Asteroids Stars.
Earth, Sun, & Moon 5 th Grade Science Bundle 1 Welcome Explorers! Buckle up your seatbelts and hang on! We are going to BLAST OFF for an exciting journey.
By James N. Welcome to my slideshow you will be learning about Earth, Sun, and Moon.
FORCES Is gravity real - or does the Earth just suck?
The Moon Satellite – Any body orbiting a central mass No Atmosphere No temperature regulation Daytime temperature = 400 K (266 F) Nighttime temperature.
The Earth and the Moon TEKS 5.12C. How the Earth and Moon are the Same.
A Brief History of Space Exploration Focus on manned space flight Little emphasis on non-US contributions VERY limited highlights of unmanned missions.
Moon Craters Craters are the scars leftover when something hits an object in space.
Note that the following lectures include animations and PowerPoint effects such as fly ins and transitions that require you to be in PowerPoint's Slide.
By Angel C.. Welcome to my slideshow. I am going to be talking about sun, moon and Earth. Let’s get started!
Part II: Solar System Audio update: 2014Feb23 The Moon.
The Earth and the Moon TEKS 5.12C How the Earth and Moon are the Same.
Missions in SPACE!. Before we start…. reports/ /# reports/ /#
Lunar Geology 1. Internal Layers 2.Seismometer Data 3.Prospector Data 4.Possible Origins 5.Major Surface Features 6.Miscellaneous.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
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