easy science fair for kids 2nd grade

Mars in a Minute

Mars in a Minute

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Mars in a Minute
This video series answer some of the most frequently asked questions about our planetary neighbor, Mars, in just 60 seconds. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Overview
“Mars in a Minute” is a series of 60-second, animated videos for students of all ages that teaches key concepts about Mars and missions to the Red Planet.
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NASA Mars Exploration website
Activity Details
Subjects: ENGINEERING, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY
Types: VIDEO
Grade Levels: K – 12
Primary Topic: ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
Additional Topics:
AIRCRAFT PROBES, SATELLITES AND/OR SPACECRAFT
ASTROBIOLOGY
CHEMISTRY
ENERGY
LIFE SCIENCES
LIGHT AND OPTICS
MOTION AND FORCES
PHYSICAL SCIENCES
SOLAR SYSTEM
Time Required: 60 seconds
Keywords: EARTHMARSMARS EXPLORATION ROVERSMISSIONSROVERSSPACECRAFTSUN
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