Using measurements taken by the New Horizons spacecraft as it flew by Pluto in July 2015, students practice their math skills in a real-world application and see how new data can change scientific understanding.
This kinesthetic activity provides students with an opportunity to engage in several Common Core Math standards while learning about their classmates and the Juno mission at Jupiter.
In this video series, Bill Nye explains how NASA's Juno spacecraft will explore Jupiter like never before and what scientists are hoping to learn from the mission.
Students develop spreadsheet models that describe the relationship between the mass of a spacecraft, the force acting on the craft, and its acceleration.
This visual math problem set gives students a chance to use the mathematical constant pi with some of the real calculations space explorers use every day.
Students explore practical applications of exponents and division to investigate how NASA's Juno spacecraft became the most distant solar-powered spacecraft ever.