Watch This Guy Build a Massive Solar System in the Desert. Science, Optics and You. Table of Contents Science, Optics and You is a science curriculum package being developed for teachers, students, and parents.
These activities are designed to promote the asking and answering of questions related to light, color, and optics. Moon Shapes. Beautiful Poster Shows Entire History of Space Exploration. The public’s imagination may be focused on NASA‘s work towards sending a manned mission to Mars, but we’ve been exploring the mysteries of our cosmic neighbors for a long time now.
In fact, there have been so many probes and ships sent into space that it can be hard to keep all of them straight–what they were, where they went, when they left and arrived, and even what their purpose was. Fortunately, tracking our history of space exploration just got a whole lot easier (and a lot more stylish) thanks to this beautiful, detailed poster that charts all of our successful solar excursions. This hand-illustrated, 39″ by 27″ chart comes from the folks at Pop Chart Lab, and it is a color-coded chart that “traces the trajectories of every orbiter, lander, rover, flyby, and impactor to ever slip the surly bonds of Earth’s orbit and successfully complete its mission.”
26 Pictures That Will Make You Re-Evaluate Your Entire Existence. Space Math @ NASA. Mathematics Grade 6 Chapter 1 - Dividing Multi-digit Whole Numbers [Click Here] - Students will learn about satellites that gather data about Earth systems through reading a NASA press release and viewing a NASA eClips video segment.
NASA - Exploring Space Through Math. Lunar Phase Simulator - Lunar Phases. Lab Descriptions. Screenshot of portion of the Ptolemy's Model Simulator.
Solar System Models Module The NAAP Solar System Models Module introduces the universe as envisioned by early thinkers culminating in a detailed look at the Copernican model. Rotating Sky Explorer - The Rotating Sky. Virtual Laboratories for Introductory Astronomy. By Michael Guidry, University of Tennessee and Kevin M.
Lee, University of Nebraska The Brooks/Cole Virtual Astronomy Laboratories consist of 20 virtual online astronomy laboratories (VLabs) representing a sampling of interactive exercises that illustrate some of the most important topics in introductory astronomy. The exercises are meant to be representative, not exhaustive, since introductory astronomy is too broad to be covered in only 20 laboratories. ClassAction. Announcement - We normally simply add new questions to the bottom of a module to prevent the numbering associated with questions from changing.
However, rarely a complete reorganization is appropriate to group questions of a similar topic near each other or to add a large amount of new material. Please note that during May (and likely into August) of 2013, substantial revisions are being performed on the Jovian Planets (and moons) Module.Please note that during May (and likely into June) of 2013, substantial revisions are being performed on the Debris Module.Please note that during April of 2013, substantial revisions were performed on the ExtraSolarPlanets module. The Binary and Variable Stars and the Coordinates and Motions Modules were both reorganized around April of 2012.
ClassAction v2 is a browser for all ClassAction questions. All modules below (and their resources) are accessible within this browser. Specialty Modules. ClassAction. Astronomy Interactives. This site provides ranking tasks for teaching introductory astronomy.
Pencil-and-paper versions as well as computer-based versions are available grouped by topic. Motions of the Sun Simulator - Motions of the Sun. Search Results. Solar Week > Home. UPDATE: Good news!
Solar Week is coming back in the fall -- October 17-21, 2016 -- with a focus on the 2017 total solar eclipse, informal activities and cool conversations with leading solar scientists. The website will be getting a new look, too. In the meantime, feel free to use the daily pages, and watch this space! Solar Week, a week of online cool facts, hands-on activities and games about the sun for ages 9-14, happens twice a year, approximately mid-to-late March and mid-to-late October. [Daily Facts, Games and Activities are available all year; "Ask a Question" has archived answers only -- until LIVE during Solar Week.] PLEASE REGISTER to participate in Solar Week. Have you checked out ? Visit NASA's for all kinds of Sun-Earth connection materials. PROJECT CLEA HOME PAGE. Celestia: Home. Stellarium.
Cosmic_Calendar-wikimedia commons. Galleries - NASA Solar System Exploration. Like early explorers mapping the continents of our globe, astronomers are busy charting the spiral structure of our galaxy, the Milky Way.
Using infrared images from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, scientists have discovered that the Milky Way's elegant spiral structure is dominated by just two arms wrapping off the ends of a central bar of stars. Previously, our galaxy was thought to possess four major arms. This annotated artist's concept illustrates the new view of the Milky Way, along with other findings presented at the 212th American Astronomical Society meeting in St. Louis, Mo. Solar System 101. Earthshine, the Moon's Darker Side. NASA Video : Earth From Space Real Footage - Video From The International Space Station ISS. Maurice on the Moon - Moon Phases. TED Ed: The Moon Illusion. This is What Outer Space Does to Your Body NASA astronaut, engineer, and former football player Leland Melvin explains how the human body changes when it leaves the confines of Planet Earth.
Your body may become taller, your heart might get smaller and change ... How the International Space Station Was Built – TED Ed How do you build something that's the size of a six bedroom house and weighs more than 320 cars, all while orbiting the Earth at 17,398 miles (28,000 km) per hour? Assemble it piece by piece, and with lots of collabor... How do your eyes perceive color? When we talk about mixing colors, it's often because we're mixing paint, but what about light? Lps. Think Scientifically. For Educators- Stanford Solar Center. Everyday Classroom Tools: Table of Contents. Welcome to the Everyday Classroom Tools web site!
Symphony of Science - Scientists become rock stars // A project by melodysheep. NewsCenter. NewsCenter is the complete collection of every Hubble Space Telescope news release and its supporting materials, along with tools and resources designed to further your knowledge of astronomy. Find every Hubble news release, from the first images to the latest discoveries.
Examine the complete collection of images, videos and the accompanying information. Releasing Scientific Findings to the Public: Scientists please submit newsworthy items with the news release form. Also see the news release policy. Browse the News Release Archive:More browse options Stay Connected Access Hubble Images, news and updates anytime, anywhere. E-mail newsletter HubbleSite is produced by the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI). The Hubble Space Telescope is a mission of the NASA Origins Program. search | site map | reference desk | mobile | about us | contact us | copyright.
Bad Moons Comments. Paper Plate Education"Serving the Universe on a Paper Plate" What's wrong with these pictures? Plenty! As detailed in the Bad Moons Rising activity, a random sampling of children's books at a small local library reveals frequent errors in how moon phases are depicted. Below are excerpts from the books and brief descriptions of the story. Click on the thumbnail image to enlarge. The Total Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017 - fly along with the shadow! Total Solar Eclipse 2017 - "Close" is NOT close enough!
Paper Plate Education. Welcome to a unique genre of education materials. Paper Plate Education is an initiative to reduce complex notions to simple paper plate explanations. Cool Cosmos. Astro101. Teach Astronomy. NASA Wavelength Digital Library. Space Science Institute. Lunar phase. What's Wrong With This Picture? Moon 12:13 AM, 24 Dec. 13. Feedback loops: How nature gets its rhythms - Anje-Margriet Neutel.
Is The Simpsons actually set Down Under? Astronomer claims Springfield CAN'T be in America because latest episode shows the moon as seen in the southern hemisphere. Less than two weeks after The Simpsons producer dismissed a theory that Homer has been in a coma for two decades, an astronomer has come up with another conspiracy: Springfield is in the southern hemisphere. Sky.