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Stargazers

Wow, Woodpeckers already seem really enthusiastic to start our next topic, Stargazers.

I wonder what they are hoping to find out about.

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34 Responses to “Stargazers”

  1. Dillon
    12:48 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    I’m interested in finding out about gravity.

  2. Dillon
    12:51 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    I am REALLY exited about our new topic!

  3. Tilly
    12:54 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    DID YOU KNOW NASA means National Aeronautics Space Administration

  4. Mia
    12:55 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    I want to learn about NASA.

  5. Latifah
    12:59 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    Why only 12 men but 7 missions?

    Apollo 13 was to be the third mission but an oxygen tank exploded so they were told to come back to Earth.

  6. Harley
    12:59 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    Did you know that Jupiter and Saturn have more than 30 moons

  7. Amy
    1:02 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    I want to learn about NASA.

  8. Fin w
    1:02 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    I want to learn about Saturn

  9. Latifah
    1:04 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    Is space hot or cold?

    If you’re in front of the Sun it is hot, if you’re away from the Sun it is cold.

  10. Alisha Harker
    1:05 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    I want to learn about the Sun because the Sun heats up all of the planets and I want to know how hot it has to be to heat up all the planets from that far away.

  11. Riya
    1:07 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    1.what does NASA stand for?
    NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA was started in 1958 as part of the United States government. NASA is in charge of U.S science and technology that has to do with aeroplanes or space.

  12. Amy
    1:10 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    Did you know that Jupiter is the biggest planet in the solar system.

  13. Mia
    1:10 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    Did you know…

    1)Mars has two moons.

    2)Uranus is the only planet on it’s side.

  14. Fin and Lewis
    1:12 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    We want to learn about Saturn’s ring.

  15. Thomas
    1:13 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    Jupiter and Saturn have more than 30 moons

  16. Amy
    1:13 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    How long does it take to travel to space?

  17. Mia
    1:16 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    The planet song chorus.

    We are the planets of the solar system different sizes for every one the music never ends and we all orbit the sun.

  18. Thomas
    1:17 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    Why is Uranus on its side?

  19. Riya
    1:20 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    What was the first rocket launched into space ?
    In 1942 the German V2 was the first rocket to reach 100 km from the Earth’s surface.The rocket was designed by Wehrner Von Braun, who also later worked with NASA as the creator of the rockets that went to the moon.

  20. Ty-Reece
    1:27 pm on October 21st, 2016      Reply

    Pluto is The second closest dwarf planet to the sun and from 1930 when it was discovered up until 2006 it was also considered the ninth planet

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