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  • Submitted by: carlosfaded
  • on April 3, 2014
  • Category: History
  • Length: 276 words

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Caguas Private School
Caguas, P.R.

The Effect of Gravity on Shooting Stars

Natalia D. Muniz
Joan Vazquez
Science Research
February 21, 2014.
ABSTRACT:

INDEX:
  I. Background Research ………………………………………………     4
  II. Problem   ……………………………………………………………     5
  III. Hyphothesis   …………………………………………………………   6
  IV. Variables   ……………………………………………………………     7
  V. Contants ……………………………………………………………...   8
  VI. Materials ……………………………………………………………..   9
  VII. Procedure   …………………………………………………………...   10
  VIII. Data Tables ………………………………………………………….   11
  IX. Analysis   ……………………………………………………………     12
  X.   Conclusion   ………………………………………………………….   13
  XI. Bibliography     ……………………………………………………....   14
  XII. Photos   ……………………………………………………………….. 15
  XIII. Drafts ………………………………………………………………..   16

BACKGROUND RESEARCH:

PROBLEM:

How gravity affects the shooting star?

HYPHOTHESIS:
If a shooting star is affected by gravity, then the shooting star will change the speed, the acceleration, the time and the distance because of the friction that the gravity will make.

VARIABLES:

  * Independent Variable: Shooting Star
  * Dependent Variable: Gravity

CONTANTS:
  * Distance
  * Acceleration
  * Velocity
  * Time

MATERIALS:
  * Books
  * Internet
  * Pencils
  * Teacher
  * Computer

PROCEDURE:
1. Look for information of the velocity, time and acceleration of the shooting star.
2. Calculate each number based of the gravity in where the phenomenon occurs.
3. Write our possible calculations.
4. Keep looking for information and find if our hyphothesis is true.
5. Analyze what’s been done.

DATA TABLES:

ANALYSIS:

CONCLUSION:
The shooting star comes into the atmosphere and it burns. It is a little piece that rotates around the sun and that’s what the gravity of the sun does to it, keeps it spinning. It comes into the earth and the gravity of the earth affects it. It attracts it to the planet in 30 km/s. The...

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  • Submitted by: carlosfaded
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