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08-20-2009, 07:22 AM #1
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Free Software NASA Interactive Software
In an effort to foster hands-on, inquiry-based learning in science and math, the NASA Glenn Research Center has developed a series of interactive computer programs for students. All of the programs are Java applets which run in your browser, on-line, over the World Wide Web. The programs can also be downloaded to your computer so that you can use them without being on-line. The programs are in the public domain and are constantly being modified and upgraded based on your input.
We would like to know if you are using any of these simulators or the accompanying Beginner's Guides. Please notify Tom Benson, Thomas.J.Benson@nasa.gov, of any experiences you have with these products. Be sure to include your school name and e-mail address.
Click on the icon below for more information about the major programs.
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