3 edition of Tomatosphere. found in the catalog.
|Series||AAFC -- no. 10387., Publication (Canada. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada) -- 10387.|
|Contributions||Canada. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.|
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Mrs. Waters’ 6th-grade science classes are participating in an international research study called “Tomatosphere”. You can learn about the program by clicking here! Mrs. Waters applied to First Seed and received packets of tomato seeds. One package flew on the International Space Station and one has always been on Earth. The science classes are [ ]. The tomatosphere program addresses the challenge of growing food in space by involving schools to help investigate the problem. To do this, each participating class is sent two packages of tomato seeds, one of these packages is the control, the other is full of seeds which have been exposed to space or space simulated conditions.
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Through Tomatosphere™, your students investigate the effects of outer space on the germination of tomato seed. This is a hands-on program that builds scientific inquiry and experimentation skills. Canadian Astronaut David Saint-Jacques took a selfie with the Tomatosphere™ seeds during his mission to the international space station in Tomatosphere, Alexandria, Virginia.
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Students investigate the effects of the space environment on the growth of food that will inevitably support long-term human space travel. These space-faring seeds will be distributed in The award-winning Tomatosphere™ program has engaged more than three million students since its inception in Each year, o Kindergarten to Grade 12 classrooms across Canada use Tomatosphere™ as a way to investigate the effects of space on food to support human space travel.
Tomatosphere™ Project - Infographic - Text version. Take a bite out of the science with Tomatosphere™!. million tomato seeds are prepared to be sent to space. The seeds travel to space in the belly of a dragon—SpaceX's Dragon spaceship. Tomato seeds have been making trips to the International Space Station for the past 16 years, and it’s about time to ketchup with the people involved in the project.
Our Tomatosphere project, by Luocia and Catherine. Blog. July 1, Remote interviews: How to make an impression in a remote setting. Tomatosphere™ uses the excitement of space exploration to teach the skills and processes of scientific experimentation and inquiry.
Students investigate the effects of the space environment on the growth of food that will inevitably support long-term human space travel. Tomatosphere™ engages students in real scientific processes that teach and reinforce inquiry skills, while they explore concepts related to plants, space, careers, nutrition and agriculture.
Register for the program and join classrooms nationwide to contribute to the expansion of. Home base on the moon. Boot prints on Mars. Visits to asteroids. With the world’s spacefaring nations looking beyond the space station to envision human missions to increasingly distant destinations, scientists have already begun to tackle the many challenges of sending humans farther and farther from our home planet.
Tomatosphere is an experiment for Canadian kids, Kindergarten through Grade Kids are given the opportunity to grow tomato seeds that may have been in space.
Once the seeds germinate, the results are inputted and you find out if your seeds might have come from a galaxy far, far away – or you know, lower earth orbit.
Tomatosphere™ uses the excitement of space exploration to teach the skills and processes of scientific experimentation and inquiry. Students investigate the effects of the space environment on the growth of food that will inevitably support long-term human space.
Tomatosphere. Materials we used: 2 “D” tomato seeds; 2 “F” tomato seeds; tweezers; pipettes; de-ionized (DI) water; 4 plastic cups; blue and black permanent markers (to label the cups) potting or garden soil; a camera; Day 1: Wednesday, September The first day when we planted the seeds, we labeled the cups D5, D15, F5, and F Does exposure to space affect the germination rate of tomato seeds.
Through Tomatosphere™'s seed investigation, students can find out. In the Tomatosphere™ S. Learn how to plant your Tomatosphere™ seeds. Does exposure to space affect the germination rate of tomato seeds. Through Tomatosphere™'s, students can find out.
Tomatosphere™ is. Tomatosphere asks students to not just report their observations, but also eat or donate the tomatoes they grow.
Learn more about the Tomatosphere project and find out how to participate at. Tomatosphere is a science project that was launched by the Canadian Space Agency along with other sponsors to explore the growing of food in space. This year, the project will utilize the tomato seeds that were taken to the.
The Tomatosphere seeds classrooms will receive in Spring traveled to and from the International Space Station on a Dragon cargo capsule as part of the SpaceX CRS-9 resupply mission. The seeds flew aboard the ISS from July 20 to Auga total of 36 days. While in orbit, the seeds were exposed to microgravity (weightlessness) and.
Tomatosphere is part of the curriculum of the United States, Canada and internationally. This project reaches more t classrooms at grades 2 to 8. The purpose of this project is to educate and inspire students to space exploration, leading to exploration of Mars.
Tomatosphere aims to engage and inspire young minds while contributing to important and current research. The launch of SpaceX-9 marks a milestone for Tomatosphere as it continues its mission with new partners, but it will also signify a tremendous opportunity as the program showcases the importance of space science to the next generation of.
Tomatosphere Unit Overview Brief Background Tomatosphere is a free program that has allowed students to connect with space since First the Seed Foundation leads the program in the United States, but it is a collaboration effort.
Students are able to plant two groups of tomato seeds and compare their growth. The control.Tomatosphere Program Overview - First the Seed Foundation. Tomatosphere™ has evolved into a regular component of the science curriculum in schools, engaging more than 3 million students across the United States and Canada since its inception in Everything you need to get your "Tomatosphere" project off the ground.
The Tomatosphere starter kit consists of 3 seedling trays with humidity covers and Jiffy 7 peat pellets.