Jr. Space Academy
3.1/95/Mac) (Retail) (JRSPACEDR)
Publisher: Zane / JC Research
Jr Space Academy - Where Future Astronauts are
Isaac Asimov is credited with popularizing the field of science with such
works as The Chemicals of Life, Inside the Isaac Asimov Atom, The Intelligent
Man's Guide to Science and Did Comets Kill the Dinosaurs? His most acclaimed
work was The Foundation Trilogy, which won the Hugo award for science fiction,
and his very first entry into the realm was pebble in the sky.
Jr Space Academy provides the basic knowledge necessary for an astronaut.
Answer the trivia questions, when you score 80% or above, you will receive our
certificate of graduation!
Different Learning Classes:
- Historic Astronomers
- Modern study of the stars
- The sun, moon and stars
- Quasars and pulsars
- The milky way
- Double stars
- The big bang theory
- The andromeda galaxy
- Radio telescopes
- Gravitational pull
- Supernovas and supergiants
- The expanding universe theory
The Space Speculation Class:
- Science Fiction
- Science Fact
- Is there life on other planets?
- Did Comets kill the Dinosaurs?
The Solar System
- Halley's Comet
- The Oort Cloud
- Meteors, meteorites and meteoroids
- Solar Wind
- Sunspots and Radiation
American Concise Encyclopedia: American Concise Encyclopedia explain in
details any other subject you explore after seeing multimedia presentation. The
perfect tools for study.
Dictionary: What are `Meteor Showers'? How about the `Big Bang
Theory'? Any question you may have will be answered by the handy
Merriam Webster Dictionary included on the CD.
Multimedia Presentation: Over 1,700 images and 150 minutes of narration are
offered for this course.
Glossary: Collection of key words for quick search.
Questions: Score over 80% in order to receive graduation certificate. See
detail inside on how to receive certificate of completion.
Windows 3.1/95: 486 DX / 25, 8 MB RAM (16 MB recommended), 2x CD-ROM
drive, 640 x 480 VGA (SVGA with 256 colors recommended), Mouse and Sound Card
Macintosh: 33 MHz 68030+ Macintosh, System 7+, 8MB RAM (16 MB
recommended), 2x CD-ROM drive, 640 x 480 Color Monitor (256 colors
recommended), Mouse and Sound Card recommended.
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