Tuesday, December 17, 2013
From our closest celestial neighbor to distant objects that orbit planets, moons are pretty interesting. The more we learn about them the more interesting they become. Scientists are constantly looking at various moons as future projects, but why? What's up with moons?...
Friday, September 7, 2012
All of our planets are pretty interesting celestial bodies. Some are warm and little while others are huge and freezing cold! Here's a quick walk through of the planets in our neighborhood.
Topics Covered: Out of this World, planet, Planets, solar system, Astronomy, Mercury, Mars, Venus, earth, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Pluto, Cerces, comet, Neptune, Milky Way, science, space, RVA, Data, stem, technology, engineering, Math, Mathematics, Scientific Method, Force, Motion, energy, Matter, Interrelationships in Earth/Space Systems, Physical Science, Earth Science, chemistry, physics
Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system! Not but a little, but by A LOT! This gas giant is a very intense place filled with massive stirrings and swirling layers of gases. This giant also has 64 moons and a giant storm that has been brewing for centuries!
For those of you planning a trip to the solar system's largest planet, you may want to check out this weather report before taking off!
Topics Covered: Out of this World, Jupiter, space, weather, Storms, science, Paul Milliken, Video, Astronomy, Great Red Spot, meteorology, RVA, planet, Force, Motion, energy, Interrelationships in Earth/Space Systems, Earth Patterns, Cycles, Change, physics, Earth Science, climate, Climate Change, Data, stem, technology, engineering, Math, Mathematics, Scientific Method