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Imagine that the ice cube with sand is a rock. 2. Place this ice cube on a collection tray beneath the water faucet. 3. Adjust the water flow from the faucet so a medium stream hits the ice cube. 4. Observe what happens to the ice cube and the remaining particles. 5. What happened to the rock (ice cube)? 6. Describe the particles which remain. 50 Exploring the Moon -- A Teacher's Guide with Activities, NASA EG-1997-10-116-HQ Regolith Formation 7. How does water contribute to regolith formation on Earth?

The more sand, the better the illusion to a real rock. For procedure C, do not use glass pans. Large plastic tubs are preferred for this procedure, but recyclable aluminum roasting pans or shallow cardboard boxes work as well. In Class Divide the students into cooperative groups and distribute materials. Discuss the definition of regolith. Have students guess how regolith is formed on Earth and on the Moon. Ask students for justification. If sand paper or nail files are not available, then students can use the edge of a ruler to illustrate the effects of sandblasting in procedure A.

Care for and enjoy this national treasure. Exploring the Moon -- A Teacher's Guide with Activities, NASA EG-1997-10-116-HQ 41 Sketch of Sample Shape Size Colors Texture Apollo Mission/ Collection Site Classification Origin Lunar Disk Sample Chart Exploring the Moon -- A Teacher's Guide with Activities, NASA EG-1997-10-116-HQ 42 Observations Interpretations Teacher Page Apollo Landing Sites Purpose To learn about the locations and geology of the six Apollo landing sites. Background Latitude and longitude coordinates for the Moon start at a point near the crater Bruce.

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