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NASA Connect - WFS - Electricity and Magnetism (2004)
NASA Connect segment explaining how NASA is using electricity and magnetism to propell spacecraft into orbit. The segment also explains acceleration, mass, and force in an algebraic equation.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Electricity; Magnetism; Electromagnetism; Force; Mass; Acceleration; Spacecraft; Orbit; Propell; Propulsion; MagLev; Magnetic Levitation; Data; Graph;
Duration: 00:05:42
Popularity (downloads): 2410
 
NASA Connect - WFS - Tethers (2004)
NASA Connect segment explaining how NASA uses tethers to help propell spacecraft already in orbit. The segment also explores the NASA project called ProSEDS which is the first to experiment...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Magnetism; Electricity; Propulsion; Tether; Rocket; Spacecraft; Satellite; Electrodynamic Tether; Magnetic Field; ProSEDS; Propulsive Small Expendable Deployer System; Experiment; Payload; Fuel; International Space Station;
Duration: 00:03:28
Popularity (downloads): 1995
 
NASA Connect - Wired For Space (2004)
NASA Connect Video containing six segments as described below. NASA Connect segment exploring how algebra and arrays are used in NASA's activities. The segment also explains voltage, current, amp, and...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Algebra; Array; Amp; Volt; Current; Charge; Ohms; Electricity; Icarus Satellite; Battery; Amperes; Resistance; Magnetism; Electromagnetism; Force; Mass; Acceleration; Spacecraft; Orbit; Propell; Propulsion; MagLev; Magnetic Levitation; Data; Graph; Student Activity; Closed Circuit; Open Circuit; Electrodynamic Demonstration Unit; Propulsion System; Wire Coil; Magnet; Design; Research; Rocket; Propulsion; Spacecraft; Tether; Magnetic Field; Icarus; Attitude; Mass; Satellite; Electrodynamic Tether; Magnetic Field; ProSEDS; Propulsive Small Expendable Deployer System; Experiment; Payload; Fuel; International Space Station;
Duration: 00:28:31
Popularity (downloads): 1964
 

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