Thursday, March 17, 2011

Ready to See More Satellites?

So you liked seeing the International Space Station the other day?  Want another chance to get a good view of it?  The next visible pass will be on Tuesday, March 22nd at 6:18am.   Look up in the SouthEast sky (135 degrees on your azimuth tool) and 21 degrees in elevation.  The International Space Station will be moving across the sky, right to left.
An EVEN BETTER VIEW will be on Friday, March 25th at 5:58am.  Look up in the Northwest sky (315 degrees on your azimuth tool) and 65 degrees in elevation.  It will be moving across the sky from right to left.

Remember to be out a few minutes early !!

If you want to find out satellite viewing times for yourself, check out these links:

How Many Types of Energy Are There?

There are many FORMS of energy: electrical, mechanical, chemical.....  On Monday, we will begin to look at the two types of energy !   Want to do some research to get a head start on this new subject?  Click on the link below to learn more about energy !