Hey, folks! Please, enjoy the movie of our Group 4 Project presentation by following the link: For those who are not fellow IB16: the tittle for the year group was “Out of this world”, which our team then narrowed down to “Brave New World Project”. We focused on possibility of travelling to and settling on Kepler […]Read more "Project video on YouTube"
And feel free to browse through! Our group was researching the planet called Kepler 62e as suitable for life. We researched how can we create life on this planet, how we can travel there, how we will supply ourselves with oxygen while travel, everything. Astronomers were researching basic astro information about the system, planet and […]Read more "Welcome to the Group 4 Project “Brave New World” Website"
There are useful three lines on the upper right corner, where you guys can find all the posts sorted by categories. Categories are representing each science. You can also find an information about us, creators, and about this site as well in “about” section. Enjoy your new site and… We will win and we are the […]Read more "Did you notice that?"
This chemical reaction was used to produce oxygen of the following amount: H₂O₂ -MnO₂-> O₂ + H₂O 0.015 cm³ of H₂O₂ 0.5 g of the catalyst MnO₂ 0.100 cm³ of O₂ were produced, the amount of water produced was approximately the amount H₂O₂ of used In order to calculate how oxygen could create an atmosphere […]Read more "Atmosphere for Kepler 62e"
Research question : What is the best metal to produce energy for batteries ? Methodology : Prepare the salt bridge by putting filter paper into KCL Into six 100 ml beakers put the metal solutions of : magnesium sulphate nickel sulphate iron sulphate copper sulphate zinc sulphate aluminium sulphate Put the metals which will […]Read more "Volataic Cells – Production of Electricity on Kepler 62e"
Introduction: We are investigating moving life from earth onto a new habitable planet. However, to do so, we must know what is important in the growth and successful development of new life. For our experiment, we tested how the growth of new life is influenced by the pH level it is being planted in. Hypothesis: […]Read more "How to Create Life on a New Planet"
Our experiment examines what quantities of different nutrients will be essential for the hydroponic growth of plants, looking at what nutrients will be necessary to bring to the planet to assure plant growths. Hypothesis: Plants with higher levels of primary macronutrients will grow more and survive better than those without primary macronutrients. Background: Since our […]Read more "Growing plants on Kepler: What nutrients do plants need to grow"
This system was discovered by Kepler telescope (therefore it’s named by its name) in 2013. Kepler 62 is a long distance from us: 1200 light years away.This system consists of a star, K62, and 5 planets: K62b, c, d, e, f, two of them are believed to be exoplanets: K62e and f. Habitable zone of […]Read more "Kepler 62 System information"
Everyone knows that planets we find in space are all different. The aim of this investigation was to compare physical features of Kepler 62E Calculations: Explanation: Since the gravity of Kepler is nearly 1.5 times higher than on earth, the weight of all our equipment’s and apparatus will increase as well. This is especially important […]Read more "Physical properties of Kepler 62E"
In order to understand the theory behind the travel, two conclusions of special relativity need to be introduced. They are: Time Dilation Length Contraction Basically – time slows down the faster you go. A clock of a moving frame will be seen to be running slow, or “dilated” according to the Lorentz transformation. The […]Read more "Theory behind traveling to Kepler 62E"