Now that you know a bit about gravity, why not find out more? You might ask questions such as:
- What are the next big plans for space travel?
- What else did Isaac Newton, one of the greatest scientists of all time, discover?
- Find out more about Stephen Hawking , who is still working on Gravity and Black Holes!
Your local library is an excellent source for all the information you may need: it may have some information on gravity you can look at. Click on the image to find your nearest library.
There might be some more photographs or images related to gravity if you search the website.
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Ask Your Librarian or Teacher
Ask your librarian or teacher if they can help you find out about gravity.
Can you find out what investigations are going on in Ireland in relation to gravity, planets and space, for instance at Armagh Planetarium, Birr Castle in Co. Offaly and at Dunsink Observatory in Dublin.
The American space agency NASA has lots of interesting material on its website http://www.nasa.gov/ , including a NASA Kids’ Club where you can play fun space games.
The NASA website also has Galileo’s experiment being performed on the Moon. Http://er.jsc.nasa.gov/seh/feather.html
To travel on a virtual journey to a black hole, go to http://hubblesite.org/explore_astronomy/black_holes/modules.html
For more fun activities about gravity have a look at http://library.thinkquest.org/C003108/Planets.html