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As a voluntary task inside the Comenius Project abouot Rich Interactive Scientific Learning for Everyone, students of 4th course (15-16 years old) in the Secondary School Pedro Cerrada had made a blog about Classics and Sciences that focuses into five different subjects: Mythology and Chemistry, Mythology and Astronomy, Mythology and Planets, Latin and Greek in the Medicine and Latin and Greek in the Chemistry.
Click here to see our blog with the information about Classics and Sciences.
http://clasiciencias.blogspot.com



Clásicos, Mitología y Ciencia. Classics, Mythology and Sciences
  • GEA by Grupo 3 Jun 9, 2010
    The Earth is the third planet nearest to the Sun. It is the only planet of the Solar System in which there is water in liquid state and life is known. It has the only satellite, called the Moon. The legend of Gea Gea is the mother Earth wherefro...
  • VENUS by Grupo 3 Jun 9, 2010
    The second planet of the solar system that owes his name to the divinity Venus, Aphrodite in the Greek mythology. His orbit is an ellipse and is the smallest third planet as for size refers. In addition, it possesses a dense atmosphere consisted o...
  • MARS by Grupo 3 Jun 9, 2010
    Mars, nicknamed sometimes as the Red Planet, is the fourth planet of the Solar System. It is, in many aspects, the most similar to the Earth. It possesses two small satellites and the distance of the planet to the Sun differs in approximately 42,4...
  • PLUTO by Grupo 3 Jun 3, 2010
    Pluto is a dwarf planet in the solar system, which is part of a double planetary system with its satellite Charon. In the General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) held in Prague on August 24, 2006 created a new category calle...
  • JUPITER by Grupo 3 Jun 2, 2010
    Jupiter is the fifth planet of the Solar System. Part of the so-called gaseous outer planets. After Sun is the largest celestial body in the solar system, with a mass almost two and half times that of the other planets combined. It consists primar...
  • JÚPITER by Grupo 3 Jun 2, 2010
    Júpiter es el quinto planeta del Sistema Solar. Forma parte de los denominados planetas exteriores o gaseosos. Después del Sol es el mayor cuerpo celeste del Sistema Solar, con una masa casi dos veces y media la de los demás p...
  • NEPTUNE by Grupo 3 May 31, 2010
    Neptune is the eighth planet of the Solar System. It forms a part of the exterior planets called or gaseous giants, and is the first one that was discovered thanks to mathematical predictions. His temperature in the surface is of-218 °C (55 K)...
  • MERCURY by Grupo 3 May 31, 2010
    It is the planet most near the Sun. It is the smallest of the principal planets of the Solar System and does not possess any satellite. It was discovered for Galilean in the 17th century. In the Roman mythology, Mercury (in Latin Mercurius) was a...
  • URANUS by Grupo 3 May 31, 2010
    Uranus is the seventh planet of the Solar System, the third party in size, and the most massive quarter. The principal characteristic of Uranus is the inclination of his axis of rotation of almost ninety degrees with regard to his orbit. Uranus po...
  • COOPER by Grupo 2 May 27, 2010
    The copper (of the Latin CUPRUM, and this one of the Greek Kýpros), whose symbol is Cu, is the chemical element of atomic number 29. It is a question of a metal of transition of reddish color and I shine. Thanks to his high electrical condu...