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  • Elementary School - Grades 4-6
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    What is the space elevator? [E]
    Test if the number of particles collected during a satellite mission is related to the orbit distance from the satellite to the object being observed. [E]
    Which planet in our solar system (other than the Earth) has the safest environment for humans to live on? [P]
    Make an alien that can survive on the planet Mercury [P]
    Research the physical traits of Pluto and design an alien that can survive on this planet [P]
    What is Terraforming? [E] [P]
    Moon Science Fair Projects
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    Middle School - Grades 7-9
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Design of a prototype Lunar Plant Growth Chamber (LPGC) for use as a part of a manned lunar habitat. [E]
    Is there life in outer space? [P]
    Research the history of space exploration and Canada’s contribution. [P]
    Explore Space Stations and Space Shuttles [E] [E] [E] [P]
    Examines the relationship between age and strength of o-rings by use of Arrhenius equation in this experiment to artificially age o-rings through heating. [E]
    Moon Science Fair Projects
    Mars Science Fair Projects
    High School - Grades 10-12
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Are We Alone in the Universe? [E]
    Make a Galilean Telescope and Recreat Galileo's Astronomical Experiments [E]
    Research Radio Astronomy and Build an Amateur Radio Telescope [E]
    Simulation and Animation of the n-Body Problem in Two-Bodies (addressing the problem of satellites becoming "space junk"). [E]
    Analyze ultra-high energy cosmic ray showers and characterize their energies and apparent direction of origin. [E] [E]
    Moon Science Fair Projects
    Mars Science Fair Projects
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