conditions provided by equipment that allow a person to be comfortable, safe, breathe, keep a normal body temperature, work, etc.
space bodies smaller than planets — many orbit between Mars and Jupiter
from the Greek meaning "star-sailor"
a space body with gravity so intense that even light cannot escape
a gaseous element that is exhaled as a waste product
science of matter
surgically implanted devices to allow the deaf to hear
balls of ice, dust and gas that orbit the sun
a rivalry between two groups, such as sports teams
Russian version of an astronaut — "universe-sailor"
a door or opening to allow craft to lock up and pass people or equipment through without losing atmosphere
equipment used for creating electricity
passing electricity through a substance to create a chemical change
art of using science, physics, and math in construction
capable of catching fire
groups of solar systems and other space bodies; the Milky Way is a galaxy
natural attraction of matter between one body and another
gaseous element; the most abundant element in the universe; combines with oxygen to form water
personal care: bathing, brushing teeth, shaving, etc.
creative new things
involving many countries
International Space Station
also known as ISS — a large construction orbiting the earth; used for science and space study
place to perform experiments, work with chemicals, etc.
requires the aid of a human inside the device to make it work
having to do with machines
small space bodies that can enter Earth's atmosphere and become a meteor
study of weather
condition where bodies are in a freefall back to Earth — they appear to be weightless
dust particles found in space
agencies that protect our country: Army, Navy, Marine Corp, Air Force, and Coast Guard
also known as space junk; might include bolts, chunks of metal, gloves, tools that have been left in space and are orbiting the Earth
medical devices that keep a person's heart beating correctly
process by which plants convert sunlight into energy
knowledge, skills and experience a person might have that fit a specific job
energy emitted in particles or waves
anything that orbits the Earth — the moon is a satellite. Also, man-made equipment that provides communication and orbits the Earth. Cell service, television, weather and other information can be transmitted from satellites.
self-contained underwater breathing apparatus, i.e., diving equipment; especially the oxygen tank portion
equipment that provides users the opportunity to practice as if someone were in the real environment
Special materials that convert the sun's energy into electricity
A sun and the bodies that orbit that sun
To leave a spacecraft and go out into space in a special suit
particles smaller than an atom
Chinese version of an astronaut — "space-sailor"
application of science to aid mankind
does not require the aid of a human inside the device to make it work — controlled by radio or other methods