Museo de la Ciencia 1ESO webGroups: 1º ESO A  y 1º ESO C

Date: 22nd December

Teachers: Nuria Salgado and Ana Gil.

On the last 22nd December a group of students from 1º ESO A and C visited the Science Museum in Valladolid. This Museum is a cultural institution based on the principles of scientific, educational and historical rigour. The students enjoyed visiting some temporary and permanent exhibitions and the Planetarium.

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- The last day of the term we went to The Science Museum. We saw lots of things.

- Gas is a source of energy.

- Natural gas does not smell. THT is added to give it smell.

- Natural gas is cheaper than gasoline. It is also cleaner and less noisy.

- Gas producers are Russia, USA, Canada, etc.

- Norway and Algeria are the main sources of natural gas for Spain.

- The fleet of buses in Valladolid use gas or they are hybrids.

- The water room shows the importante of water in our lives.

- Triops: they are named after its three eyes. They have not changed since the Era of the Dinosaurs.

- The desks are made of wood.

- Steppe Lakes are like bags and they usually do not have water.

- Mongolia is the country with most Steppe Lakes.

- Examples of Steppe Lakes in Europa: Tablas de Daimiel, Villafáfila, etc.

- The neurone is the basic element of the brain.

- The jellyfish nervous system is the most primitive.

- Pío del Río Hortega worked with Ramón y Cajal.

- Juan de la Cosa made the first map of America.

- GPS indicates position.

- What I liked most was the Planetarium.

- I really liked it. It was very interesting.