Mission Mastermind
Teacher Page: Grab Bag

Index:

Downloadable Documents for the Lesson
Other Resources Related to the Lesson
Other Resources Available at the Institute
Other Resources Available Outside the Institute
Books and Other Printed Material

Downloadable Documents for Lesson

Customize your lesson! Below you will find optional supporting documents for the lesson. In addition, you'll find the lesson in printable form so that it can be done without a computer.

Worksheets:

Printable lesson (PDFs):
Page title or description Downloadable PDF file name
All the following pages in one document mastermind.pdf (7.8MB)
Introduction to "Mission Mastermind" lesson_intro.pdf (1.3MB)
Redeployment A_story.pdf (708K)
Hubble Gets a New Camera and a Boost B_story.pdf (1.6MB)
Capturing the Telescope C_story.pdf (896K)
Astronaut Training in Water Tanks D_story.pdf (968K)
Hubble Gets a New Heart: The Power Control Unit E_story.pdf (1.3MB)
Preparing the Mission Priorities and EVA Schedule F_story.pdf (368K)
Launching the Shuttle G_story.pdf (348K)
Landing H_story.pdf (400K)
NICMOS Cryocooler I_story.pdf (824K)
Solar Array 3 (SA3) Installation J_story.pdf (1.1MB)
"Mission Mastermind" Glossary Words glossary.pdf (488K)

Other resources related to the lesson:

One of the unique features of using the Internet is the ability to move quickly and easily to other links of related topics. If you find an appropriate related link, don't forget to Bookmark it for later use. These related links could play an important role in enhancing your lesson. Some of the links will provide the latest information on astronomy or more information for a research topic. Others will help introduce or follow up a specific lesson module. Here are some Web pages from STScI that are related to the topic of Hubble Servicing Missions and space science. The websites are listed in alphabetical order.

Other resources available at the Space Telescope Science Institute:

Other resources available outside the Space Telescope Science Institute:

Below you will find lots of information on the Hubble Space Telescope Servicing Missions and space science. The information comes from many sources other than STScI.

Some of the resources are quite in-depth, and it is easy to get lost. It is suggested that you bookmark this page before you examine each source. That way, should you get lost, you can simply use the bookmark to get back to the main page.

Since other parties run these sites, there is no way of guaranteeing their stability. You may occasionally find a site "under construction," or you may find that a site is completely gone. There is no way to control such situations because the sites are out of Space Telescope Science Institute's control.

This page is only a fraction of the information available throughout the Web. If you do not find what you are looking for here, GO FIND IT!! (http://www.yahoo.com/)

Books and Other Printed Material