Over (To) the Moon
How can an astronaut escape Earth's gravitational pull in order to get to the moon? This is the focus question in a video that discusses the differences in the strengths of Earth's gravitational force and the moon's gravitational force.
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- Include in a unit on the solar system or force of gravity
- The fourth in a series of five videos that discuss the force of gravity
- Designed for Next Generation Science Standards
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