Evergreen Museum TV

Have fun, learn new stuff, and check out the cool exhibits here at Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum!

The Sound of Science

Listen up! In this Fly By, we dive into soundwaves and vibrations. What are soundwaves? How do they move through the air? Investigate these fast-moving waves with us in the museum. 

 

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Discover Forces & Motion!

Have you heard of the Law of Gravity? Well, the same guy who discovered that law, Sir Isaac Newton, also discovered a related law (not to be confused with an Executive Order), The Law of Motion, over 300 years ago.  Watch this fun video to learn more about Newton's Law of Motion!

 

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Why the Properties of Matter, Matter!

Properties matter? Why do they matter? In this Fly By, we look at the properties of matter and the matter of fact that all things consist of matter in one form or another. Learn about the properties of matter how you can identify them. 

 

 

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What's the Matter with the Structures of Matter!

What's the matter with matter? In this Fly By, we delve into the fact that everything that exists consists of matter. What is matter? Why does it matter? Learn about the structures of matter how you can identify them. 

 

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The Drone Zone

Enter the Drone Zone with us on this Fly By! We'll explore the basics of drones, going back to their beginning and seeing how they continue to change through the years. 

 

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Gliders (Part 1)

Glide silently on this Fly By! We'll explore the basics of making paper airplanes and discuss the similarities between paper airplanes and full size gliders.

 

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Gliders (Part 2)

Glide silently on this Fly By (part two)! We'll continue to explore the basics of making paper airplanes and discuss the similarities between paper airplanes and full size gliders, in addition to discovering new and unexpected shapes for paper airplanes.

 

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Radar!

On this Fly By we'll explore the power of radio waves and how they can be used determine the range, angle, or velocity of objects. It can be used to detect aircraft, ships, spacecraft, guided missiles, motor vehicles, weather formations, and terrain.

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