Ranger 7 was the first space probe of the United States to successfully transmit close images of the lunar surface back to Earth. It was also the first completely successful flight of the Ranger program. Launched on July 28, , Ranger 7 was designed to achieve a lunar-impact trajectory and to transmit high-resolution photographs of the lunar surface during the final minutes of flight up to impact. The spacecraft carried six television vidicon cameras — two wide-angle channel F, cameras A and B and four narrow-angle channel P — to accomplish these objectives. The cameras were arranged in two separate chains, or channels, each self-contained with separate power supplies, timers, and transmitters so as to afford the greatest reliability and probability of obtaining high-quality video pictures.
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This term I had my grade 7 camp which was awesome and really fun. So first when we got there the first activity we did was team building where we did a bunch of team building games, one of the game was 'dodgeball' but it was the pirates and police version. Then we did the night activity which was laser tag, laser tag was really fun, I had a lot of fun and my team won. The cabins were really new and I had a room with the Air Conditioner. The next day we started off with surfing and bodyboarding which was fun and I learned how to catch a good wave after we did mini-golf which from my group I won, next was canoeing and SUP boarding Stand Up Paddle Boarding which wasn't as good as I thought because we didn't get to use the Finns under the boards so it wasn't smooth instead it was indescribable.
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Inspire students and their families to discover America's best idea: our national parks. Students research a national park and create a visitor center display with souvenir items to share with their classmates. This booklet is written for third grade teachers and their students but can be adapted for all grades. Classroom teacher and park ranger Kristen Bergren developed the activities as part of the Teacher to Ranger to Teacher Program.