Your Space Topic

your First Name and Last Initial

What is it? ... or Who is it?

If your topic is an object, define it. What does it mean or what does it do?

If your topic is a person (astronaut, astronomer), what is their main claim to fame related to space science? (What are they famous for?)

Try to find a good picture of your topic and remember to cite where you got it using EasyBib.

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More Details about your topic go here

Use your choppy outline notes you took from books and from online websites to write two to four paragraphs about your topic.

If your topic is a person, include a paragraph about the early years (birth year, where from [state in U.S. or country if not from U.S.], and education / training.) Also include a paragraph of their accomplishments related to space. Finally include a paragraph related to their later years (what they did later on, and death year if applicable,).

Put a link to a good website about your topic somewhere in the text box.

Also try to find a quote (can use google tools research to find a quote from your person).

If your topic is a space object, include two to four paragraphs about things such as the object's structure (parts it is made of), discovery, characteristics (more details about it), and causes and effects of it (if it's a space phenomenon). Also put a link to a good, reputable website about your topic.

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Video Clip (try to choose a good scientific clip that is 1-2 minutes in length)

First Moon Landing 1969

Sources (export, copy, and paste from

Where you got your info, pics, and video from

  • from your EasyBib project bibliography list, click on Export, then copy & paste
  • Copy and paste your alphabetized list of sources here
  • include your info sources (1-2 books, and 1-2 websites) and picture / video sources
  • Galileo Spacecraft. (2011, April 12). Full Moon [Photograph found in NASA/JPL]. In Full Moon. Retrieved November 24, 2013, from (Originally photographed 1992, December 7)

  • Beanz2u. (2006, February 10). First Moon Landing 1969. YouTube. Retrieved November 29, 2015, from


Dunbar, Brian. NASA. NASA, n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2016.

Space Facts. Space Facts, 07 Dec. 2016. Web. 13 Dec. 2016.

JPL. PIA20022: Working Toward 'Seamless' Infrared Maps of Titan. march 24, 2016. NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona/LPGNantes. Photojournal - Titan. Web. 13 Dec. 2016. <>.

N.d. Web. 13 Dec. 2016. <>.

Saturn's Largest Moon Titan: A World Much Like Earth. The Science Channel, 5 Mar. 2010. Web. 13 Dec. 2016. <>.