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|Title||Gravity and Orbits|
|Description||This activity was developed for 5th and 6th grade classrooms, though can probably be used in a variety of settings. Students will be able to: • Draw motion of planets, Moons and satellites. • Draw diagrams to show how gravity is the force that controls the motion of our solar system. • Identify the variables that affect the strength of the gravity. • Predict how motion would change if gravity was stronger or weaker. The Student Activity includes pre- and post-labs, but these can be excluded.|
|Subject||Astronomy, Earth Science, Physics|
|Level||K-5, Middle School|
|Simulation(s)||Gravitasi dan Orbit|
|Author(s)||Emily Moore, Kathy Perkins, Christine Denison, Trish Loeblein|
|School / Organization||PhET|