Middle & High School Resources
Immerse yourself in five illustrated scenes, each depicting an era of passenger flight, and explore the changes that have occurred in passenger air travel since the dawn of commercial aviation, in this interactive graphic timeline
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High speed aerodynamics is a special branch of the study of aeronautics.
An excellent way for students to gain an understanding and a feel for many of the concepts that they learn in math and physics is to build and fly a kite.
What is propulsion? The word is derived from two Latin words: pro meaning before or forwards and pellere meaning to drive.
The Beginner's Guide to Rockets will help you learn the basic math and physics that govern the design and flight of rockets.
What is a wind tunnel? How do aerospace engineers use wind tunnels?
Students explore energy, motion, and engineering design as they work to create a bolt catcher — a device used to absorb energy from bolts during the separation of a space shuttle from booster rockets.
Aerospace engineers consider forces that affect flight when designing a new plane
This engineering design module introduces the design and use of composite materials; with a special focus on carbon fiber composites and their use in modern airplane design and manufacture, such as with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
This module’s essential challenge focuses on biosuit construction. Biosuits, such as spacesuits and hazmat suits, protect scientists and engineers when they work in extreme environments.
Hypersonic aerodynamics is a special branch of the study of aeronautics. The chief characteristic of hypersonic aerodyna.
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Explore the social and economic factors as well as the engineering innovations that have driven—and continue to drive—both higher and faster commercial flight.
Explore the social and economic factors as well as the engineering innovations that have driven—and continue to drive—both higher and faster commercial flight
These ten infographics, which are part of the interactive feature 100 Years of Passenger Air Travel, tell the stories of advances that have occurred over the century in aircraft design, passenger experience, safety innovations, social impact, and environmental issues.
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Acoustics is the study of the properties of sound and how sound is transmitted through space. Engineers working on airplane design pay close attention to the acoustics of the airplane cabin in an effort to keep passengers as comfortable as possible.
Follow the evolution of air traffic control, which coordinates the movement of aircraft in our airports and skies.
Students devise a way to protect an astronaut during a landing by designing and testing a capsule for a spacecraft
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The CAF Red Tail Squadron is committed to telling the inspirational story of the Tuskegee Airmen, America’s first black military pilots and their support personnel.
Test a glider payload that supports a mobile camera
The Terrifying Physics of WWII Dive Bombing.