This is the key pragmatic issues. In an educational NASA video called "Go for
EVA" (Extra Vehicular Activity = Space Walk), the stated temperature extremes
I'd be interested in obtaining this video to further our CAP cadet's aerospace
education in a more interesting way. How can I get it?
NASA CORE Provides Teachers With Classroom Materials NASA's Central Operation
of Resources for Educators (CORE) is an international distribution center for
NASA's audiovisual educational materials. For a minimal fee, NASA CORE will
provide educators unable to visit one of the NASA Teacher Resource Centers with
materials through its mail order service. NASA's Teacher Resource Centers are
located at eleven NASA Field Centers and in selected museums, libraries and
universities throughout the United States.
Educational materials available from NASA CORE include: videotape programs,
slide and filmstrip programs, computer software, laserdiscs and instructional
activities that can be used by educators of all disciplines. These materials
are designed to increase awareness and understanding of NASA's scientific
research and technology in today's world.
NASA's educational materials on aeronautics and space provide a springboard for
classroom discussion of life science, physical science, astronomy, energy,
earth resources, environment, mathematics, history and career education.
NASA CORE is jointly sponsored by NASA Headquarters, Educational Affairs
Division in Washington, DC and the Lorain County Joint Vocational School in
Oberlin, Ohio. NASA provides the educational materials, while the school is
responsible for the daily operations of the mail order service. With NASA CORE
being located at the Lorain County Joint Vocational School many high school
students have the opportunity to gain worthwhile training experiences by
working with CORE personnel. On school letterhead, educators may request a
catalog and order form which should be sent to: