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Title: Fifteen Years of Intriguing and Astounding Images from Hubble


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LIVE INTERACTIVE LEARNING _at_ YOUR DESKTOP
NSTA Web Seminar Ignite Learning Using
the RealWorld-InWorld NASA Engineering Design
Challenge Presented by Sharon Bowers and Todd
Toth
Thursday, October 6, 2011
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Your presenters for tonight
Todd Toth Space Science Liaison NASAs Goddard
Space Fight Center Greenbelt, MD todd.e.toth_at_nasa.
gov 301-286-2774
Sharon BowersEducator in Residence National
Institute of Aerospace Hampton,
VAsharon.bowers_at_nianet.org757-325-6870
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Tonights Roadmap RWIW --JWST What
and Why? --R2 What and How? The RWIW
Challenge --RealWorld Phase --InWorld
Phase --Registration
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What kind of projects engage your students?
RWIW Overview
Real-world Connections Hands-on Current Interdisciplinary
Creative Problem-solving Collaborative Project-based
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RealWorld-Inworld Design Challenge
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Who do you think makes up the team that designed
and is now building the James Webb Space
Telescope?
Ideas? Type your responses in the chat.
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Engineering Behind the JWST
software, contamination control,
process/quality control
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The James Webb Space Telescope - - - - - - -
Why?
BIG questions need a BIG telescope!
jwst.nasa.gov
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And it IS big
Approximately
80 ft.
40 ft.
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Now to answer the . . . why?
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JWST - 101
JWST? Mission Lead? Collaboration? Prime
Contractor? Instruments?
James Webb?
13
JWST Orbits the Sun(Not the Earth!)
Parked at L2
  • L2 is
  • a Lagrange point
  • outside Earths orbit around the Sun
  • unstable, so station-keeping thruster burns are
    required

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Now, the Science of JWST
JWST is a Time Machine
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Four Science Themes for the
Webb telescope
First Galaxies
Galaxy Assembly
Birthplaces of Stars
Planets and Life
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Instrument packages aboard JWST
Are you familiar with the function of any of
these?
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James Webb Space Telescope Deployment Animation
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Testing being done on JWST Live feed from the
Goddard Clean room
  • URL to use to watch the Webb Cam
  • http//www.jwst.nasa.gov/webcam.html

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What do you wonder now?First three questions?
1.
2.
3.
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What do you know about Robonaut2?
1.
2.
3.
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R2 will do the 3D jobs

Dull
Dangerous
Dirty
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Students will study
Changes from R1 to R2
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Mobility
abilities
telepresence
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Preparing for ISS trip

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Team work Scientists
Technicians Engineers Mathematicians STEM

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RealWorld Designs Phase 1InWorld
Challenge Phase 2
Students studying STEM
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Step 1 -- RealWorld
  • Middle and high school students
  • f2f, hands-on
  • Inquiry-based
  • Supports standards-based
  • curriculum
  • PTC Creo (Pro ENGINEER)
  • software free
  • Curriculum development
  • USA TODAY, NIA, NASA

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Step 2 -- InWorld
  • RealWorld students team with an engineering
    college student
  • Virtual, NIA Universe
  • In addition to Creo, SolidWorks 3D software is
    available
  • Collaborative
  • Inquiry-based
  • 21st century tools and skills

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NASA Guest Speakers for BOTH RealWorld and
InWorld
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Timeline
  • Two design challenges
  • Ten 55-minute work sessions
  • Work due Jan. 27
  • InWorld teams -- 10 teams are selected from each
    challenge
  • College engineering team leaders
  • Winning teams --1000/student

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Looking for
  • RealWorld -- Middle and high school teachers and
    students
  • InWorld --College Engineering Professors and
    Students

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Lets Get Started
  • Go to the website
  • http//www.nasarealworldinworld.org
  • Visit the NIA universe as a tourist
    (this is really cool!)
  • host.activeworlds.com/downloads/NIA/NIA1121.exe
  • (copy and paste the above link into your web
    browser, download and install, then open and
    select tourist, now you can explore the virtual
    world!)

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NASA RealWorld-InWorld
Engineering Design Challenge
Questions
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Let us Pause for Questions from the Audience?
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January 27, 2012Deadline for design projects
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Thank you to the sponsor of tonight's Web Seminar
This web seminar contains information about
programs, products, and services offered by third
parties, as well as links to third-party
websites. The presence of a listing or such
information does not constitute an endorsement by
NSTA of a particular company or organization, or
its programs, products, or services.
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http//learningcenter.nsta.org
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National Science Teachers Association Dr. Francis
Q. Eberle, Executive Director Zipporah Miller,
Associate Executive Director Conferences and
Programs Al Byers, Assistant Executive Director
e-Learning
NSTA Web Seminars Paul Tingler, Director Jeff
Layman, Technical Coordinator
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