Aeronautics Engineering/Ghosts  Harry Herzer
Hot air balloons may be constructed from the thin plastic bags from dry cleaners, sealed at the top, and attached to the open bottom are cross members upon which a number of birthday candles are affixed.
Aeronautics Area: Aeronautical Engineering
California Mathematics Standard: Problem Solving and Mathematical Reasoning

Airport Site Location  NASA Aerospace Education Services Project
Airport Construction/Location Factors are reflective of local and extended environments.
Students weigh environmental and other socioeconomic factors in their decisions concerning airport site location.
Aeronautics Area: Airport Management
California Mathematics Standard: Problem Solving and Mathematical Reasoning

Bernoulli's Law  Steve Dutczak
There are 4 sets of activities in this section (levels K6 and 712). The principle of Bernoulli's Law still remains as the air pressure over the top of the "tongue"
causes it to rise. Air pressure flowing on top of a curved airplane's wing causes the airplane to rise.
Aeronautics Area: Aeronautics
California Mathematics Standard: Problem Solving and Mathematical Reasoning

CrossCountry Glider Flight  Bob Hoey
This introduction to glider aeronautics was developed as an aid for educators and learners who are interested in aeronautics as demonstrated by the flight of a glider.
Aeronautics Area: Commercial Pilot
California Mathematics Standard: Problem Solving and Mathematical Reasoning

SHAPE (SHaring Aeronautics Projects Electronically)  NASA
SHAPE seeks to teach science and math through the use of aeronautics applications on the World Wide Web. This is an index to openended curriculum and teacher
information organized into sections of atmosphere, weather, force, math, map reading and useful tables.
Aeronautics Area: Aeronautical Engineering, Commercial Pilot
California Mathematics Standard: Problem Solving and Mathematical Reasoning
