Transcript: The type of lighting that's used is low-key outside the space ship, due to the the light on her face, then when inside the spaceship its high-key. The reason for this lighting is because when the character is in space we can tell that she is in a bad situation so it is negative therefore the lighting is low-key. However, when she gets back to the space station, the mood brightens up as she is safe now and no longer in danger, that is why it turns to high key lighting. Gravity Presentation Mise En Scene Setting Costume/Props Lighting The space suit implies that we are actually in space, although there isn't any props, but her space suit turns into a prop when she takes it off. The establishing shot at the start of the scene shows the environment of space, which shows where and what the scene is going to be about. Then it turns towards Pan face the main character then once we are greeted by the character we then cut to a pov shot to show that the problems will occur. The character has a semi trip which give the impression that she is loosing oxygen, the intense heart beat and breathing also shows this.
Transcript: Gravity Solid- Bonds are very strong. Particles are kept in place and Vibrate. Liquid- Bonds start to weaken allowing the particles to slide past each other. Gas- Bonds dissappear, and the particles fly everywere. After pressure drops CO2 will try to escape the air. If there was no gravity water would not fall and there would be no pressure. without gravity Asphalt would not be able to set. Earth VS. Outer Space Earth has gravity. Outer Space doesn't. therefor gravity hold's us onto the ground, and in Outer Space you would float. Space Flight Exeriments- There is a Weightless Flight Program that teachers are allowed to do as a hands-on-activity. The program was developed in cooperation with the Zero Gravity Corporation (ZERO-G), Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., a company that specializes in bringing the exhilaration of weightlessness to the general public. As part of the program, practicing classroom middle school teachers and future middle school teachers have the opportunity to participate in hands-on science workshops, and perform and experiment in a parabolic or "zero-gravity" aircraft flight that creates temporary weightlessness comparable to what humans would experience during space travel to the moon or Mars. It also mimics how astronauts train for space flights. Here is a story i found on Space Flight Experiment's- http://medgadget.com/2009/02/zero_gravity_plane_helps_assess_new_space_flight_balance_belt.html Plasma- A highly ionized gas, usually at a high temperatures that conduct electricity and is effected by a magnetic field.
Transcript: How fast does Gravity pull you down??? Mass is the amount of matter something contains, and weight is the measurement of the pull of gravity on an object. Weight is how you pull on gravity. Mass is ur size. And lastly Newtons is what unit its in. Mars: 45.24 lbs -An interaction which tends to change the motion of an object. Describing mass, weight, and Newtons to a five year old. Worked out Problem If you are a 125 pounds on earth, you will be 275.5778277311 in Kilograms. The force that attracts a body toward the center of the earth, or toward any other physical body having mass. Fun facts about gravity: The equation of force: F=MA Force= ma 180x5=900 Take things with different weight and sizes and drop them from a certian point. Law of Falling bodies: Force= 900 Newtons To leave Earth’s gravitational pull behind, an object must travel 7 miles a second. According to scientists, people in space can lose up to 1% of their bone mass. Weight on different planets A stone who's weight is twice as much will fall faster than a smaller stone because of air resistance. Moon: 19.92lbs What is the mass of an object on earth? Graphs Mass=180lbs W=MG (Weight = Mass x Gravity What are the units for weight? He figured out this law when he dropped two balls off of the Leaning tower of Pisa. Gravity Presentation The SI unit for weight is Newtons. Acceleration vs. Time- It would be a straight horizontal line. How are weight and mass different? What is Gravity?? lab Acceleration= 5mph The speed of of gravity is 9.8 m/s Tommy weighed 180lbs and was accelerating at a speed of 5 miles p/h down a hill. What was the force when he hit the tree at the bottom of the hill. Velocity vs. Time- It would look like a diagnol line on the graph. What is force??? Distance vs. Time- It would be exponential. It would be a curve. Difference between mass, weight, and newtons: Newton is a unit in which we measure force, mass is the amount of matter something contains, and weight is the measure of pull on gravity. Examples that show the theory is true: Earth: 120lb (force=mass x acceleration) Sun: 3248.64 bs Formula for weight:
Transcript: What is Gravity? Gravity is the force upon which compels us to the Earth and keeps us from floating away. It attracts our bodies toward the center of the Earth or toward any other physical body containing mass. The Force Model of Gravity Explain Weight Explain Freefall Acceleration Model Explain the Sagging Rod Imagine you are standing in a room inside of a NASA Space Rocket that is accelerating upwards towards deep space. Let's say you are standing in a room on Earth and the earth is exerting a downward force on you and the objects surrounding you. Freefall is where the gravity pulls and the force pulls the object downward and there is no resisting force causing a downward fall. When you and the rod are accelerating up the rod accelerates up as there is only one force pressing on it upward and the ends bend as they each have mass which resists acceleration. Weight is where the earth is forcing the rod or object to go down by gravity. The hand is forcing the object to go up and this causes there to be a balance in forces resulting in weight. What is Gravity? Explain the Sagging Rod Gravity This is how the sagging rod works. The Earth forces the rod to go down while your hand is forcing the rod up and the rod bends because your hand is in the middle of the rod. The rod does not accelerate because the opposing forces pushing on it are balanced.
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Transcript: Director & Producer Dr. Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) is on her first shuttle mission with, astronaut, Matt Kowalsky (George Clooney). On a seemingly routine spacewalk, disaster strikes and the space shuttle is destroyed. It left Stone and Kowalsky all alone - tethered to nothing but each other and spiraling out into the blackness. They know the only way home may be to go further out into the terrifying expanse of space. Director - Alfonso Cuaron 1st Week Gross & Relase Date Plot The film's cascade of debris is a very real possibility. This scenario is known as the Kessler syndrome, named after N.A.S.A. scientist Donald J. Kessler who first proposed the theory in 1978. A cascading Kessler syndrome involving an object the size of the International Space Station would trigger a catastrophic chain-reaction of debris. The orbiting debris field would make it impossible to launch space exploration missions or satellites for many decades. Gravity was produced by: Warner Bros. (presents as Warner Bros. Pictures) Esperanto Filmoj Heyday Films Rating & Production Company Gravity Trailer George Clooney as Matt Kawolsky Sandra Bullock as Dr. Ryan Stone Ed Harris as Mission Control Rated PG-13 for intense perilous sequences, some disturbing images and brief strong language. Gravity made $55,785,112 (USA) opening weekend Gravity came out in theaters on October 4, 2013 Actors/ Actresses Photos of Scenes Movie Trivia Producer- David Heyman & Alfonso Cuaron
Transcript: Gravity This is proving how gravity attracts the mass.. The moons gravity pulls on the earth causing tides Program 3 Why does gravity attract you and depend on the mass of an object? Double click to edit Gravity is a type of force, easy enough but its more confusing than that. Gravity is an attractive force, it attracts humans to the ground/earth In the educational site of Brain pop Evidence and Reasoning. p Map Why do humans stay on Earth? ¨Humans stay on Earth because of its gravitational pull.¨ This piece of evidence comes for brain pop. They stay on Earth because...
Transcript: How does gravity affect the motion of objects in space? What variables affect the motion of objects in space and how do they affect them? Gravity on Earth Gravity and Outer Space The rate that all objects fall to the Earth: What variable affects the rate at which objects fall and why? Mass vs. Weight Define Mass: Define Weight: Why do people confuse the terms? Define Gravity: Acceleration due to Gravity How does the force affect the motion of objects on Earth? How does the size of Earth impact the gravitational force on Earth?
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