Challenger and Space Exploration Research Project
An Internet Hotlist on Challenger and Space Exploration
created by TWenzel
| Past Apollo and other Shuttle Missions
| Fun and Information
| The Questions!
Using the Web allows you to discover a lot of information, if used correctly. In addition to the materials found in the library or classroom, it is another research tool that provides valuable information for learning. Below is a link to the Research Questions about space exploration and the Challenger Space Shuttle. Browse the links on this page to find answers to the questions. You may make notes on the question page, but you will need to answer your questions in complete sentences on notbook paper on in another format.
The Internet Resources
- Challenger Crew Members - This page on the NASA website provides biographical information about each of the seven Challenger crew members.
- Coloring Space - This is a great online webite with coloring pages and activities related to space topics for kids!
- Space Shuttle Challenger - Look here for plenty of information on the history of the NASA Orbiter Vehicle Challenger.
Past Apollo and other Shuttle Missions
- Apollo Missions - Use this site to locate information on all of NASA's Apollo missions, both manned and unmanned.
- Shuttle Missions - This NASA site provides information on all of NASA's past shuttle missions.
- Space Shuttle Missions - Here you will find a list of all space shuttle flights and details related to each mission.
Fun and Information
- NASA for Students - Use this entertaining and interactive site to learn about NASA, space exploration, and science topics!
- The Internation Space Station (ISS) - This interactive NASA website for kids has plenty of information about the Internation Space Station.
- Research Questions - Follow this link to the project research questions. Then use the interenet resources to help you answer the questions and take notes.
Content by TWenzel, firstname.lastname@example.org
Last revised Thu Dec 5 8:28:13 US/Pacific 2013