You have been sent an invite to join your Science 10 class. Many of you have congratulations.
The canvas log in screen looks like this:
You will have to log in using your user name and password (see the information from our school’s web page. You will note that the login steps are the same as how you log into your Microsoft account (same username and same password).
Hi Space heads: Enjoy (so amazing)
Three space travelers launched to the International Space Station aboard a Soyuz spacecraft.🚀
Astronaut Chris Cassidy of NASA and cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner of the Russian space agency Roscosmos lifted off at 4:05 a.m. EDT on a four-orbit, six-hour journey to our orbiting laboratory.
This is the third spaceflight for both Cassidy and Ivanishin and the first for Vagner. During their mission on the station, they’ll welcome NASA’s Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon, which is currently targeted to launch no earlier than mid-to-late May.
Welcome: Watch the following videos and take notes about forms of energy.
Learn more about the conservation of Energy:
Learn more about how to stay safe and engineer a slow pandemic:
Learn more about the telescope that was able to capture never before seen pictures of the Suns surface
The history-making solar images were taken with a solar telescope:
The images of the sun are the highest resolution to date:
Why don’t penguins hurt their feet when they walk on ice?
Learn more about why it was raining iguanas in Florida when temperatures fell below 10 degrees Celcius
Learn more about some remarkable animals – Climate Justice for the world!
There are also some things you can do at home to make an impact:
● Use the right amount. You only need a pill bottle size amount of salt for every square metre of sidewalk or walkway. Thoroughly shovel first, and consider clearing a smaller walkway to reduce your impact.
● Colder than -10? Consider an alternative. When it’s really cold, salt isn’t effective. If the temperature is too cold for salt, look into alternatives like sand.