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EnviroNET - Space Environment Information

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Visit this site: http://envnet.gsfc.nasa.gov/

Author:Messore and Chrissotimos; Goddard Space Flight Center
Description: An online service for the space environment community in support of NASA's engineering and scientific goals, providing models and information on the space environment via the Internet. The EnviroNET programming group is staffed entirely by students who have an interest in the space environment and cutting edge computer technology. Projects (radiation analysis graphics utilities; vibroacoustics analysis package; spacecraft environmental anomalies expert system; spacecraft surface charging analyses), computational models, recently published papers, and links to other sources of information on NASA and space.

Levels: High School (9-12)
Languages: English
Resource Types: Internet-Based Projects, Public and Government Institutions, Articles
Math Topics: Data Analysis, Astronomy
Math Ed Topics: Interdisciplinary/Thematic Studies

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