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See how NASA's new mega rocket, the Space Launch System, measures up for deep space missions in this SPACE.com infographic.
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Wondering how NASA's big new rocket compares? Check this cool graphic

See how NASA's new mega rocket, the Space Launch System, measures up for deep space missions in this SPACE.com infographic.

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STEM Activity for Kids: How to Make Straw Rockets (w/ Free Rocket Template)- Fun for a science lesson, outdoor play activity, or unit on space! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

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Learn about outer space and make this Preschool Space Craft for kids. Preschoolers will love using shaving cream to create this Marbled Planets Art.

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from The Pleasantest Thing

How to Make Straw Rockets

How to make DIY straw rockets for hours of kids’ fun! Simple and easy to make, with materials you already have on hand!

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from Forbes

'Star Trek' Science: How The Warp Drive Works [Infographic]

This is how the warp drive on Star Trek's Enterprise compares to what scientists…

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We did this when I was in kindergarden! We went to Japan (the next classroom over) in our airplane, had green tea and then went into the school cafeteria to learn how to make fortune cookies! Wow... Totally brought back memories I'd not thought about in 25 years!

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from The Crafting Chicks

Space Activities and Printables

Space Themed Kids Activities - Printables, games, recipes, and more! These are perfect for a lazy summer day!

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Apollo 11 Lunar Landing - iNFOGRAPHiCs MANiA
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Apollo 11 Lunar Landing - iNFOGRAPHiCs MANiA

NASA's Apollo 11 mission landed the first astronauts on the moon on July 20, 1969. See how it worked.

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bogeymanblitz: berunov: Why the hell not. My favorite gun-toting maniacs MY MIND REALIZED!!! …..Rocket is Bucky’s spirit animal. That’s how he stays so calm in combat. *mindblown*

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How It Works: The Most Powerful Space Rocket. When the firm SpaceX launches its Falcon Heavy rocket into space late this year, the craft will become the mightiest rocket in the world. Only NASA’s Saturn V, which sent Americans to the moon, has ever generated more power. In rockets, the most important measure of power is thrust. Falcon Heavy’s 27 individual booster engines together generate 3.8 million pounds of thrust—enough to lift the 3.1-million-pound rocket and its 117,000-pound...

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