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Sun-Earth Day 2011: Ancient Mysteries-Future Discoveries (High)

 
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NASA Mission STEREO

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Summary: STEREO consists of two space-based observatories - one ahead of Earth in its orbit, the other trailing behind. With this new pair of viewpoints, scientists will be able to see the structure and evolution of solar storms as they blast from the Sun and move out through space.

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Space Weather Action Center

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Summary: By following the basic steps in the Instructional Guide your class will soon be on its way to accessing, analyzing and recording NASA satellite and observatory data related to the Sun and solar storms.

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Sun-Earth Day 2011: Ancient Mysteries - Future Discoveries

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Summary: Sun-Earth Day is comprised of a series of programs and events that occur throughout the year culminating with a celebration on or near the Spring Equinox. This year's celebration is scheduled for March 20, 2011.

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Earth, Sun, and Moon: Earth's Seasons

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Summary: Science Objects are two hour on-line interactive inquiry-based content modules that help teachers better understand the science content they teach.This Science Object, co-developed between NASA and NSTA, is the last of four Science Objects in the Earth,...

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Editor's Corner: Exploring Our Place in the Universe

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Summary: Gazing upward, the night sky has always been a source of awe and wonder. It is difficult not to ponder the truly profound questions of existence. How did everything begin? How big is the universe? What is our place in the universe? The Field Editor provides...

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Electric and Magnetic Forces: Electric Charges

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Summary: Science Objects are two hour on-line interactive inquiry-based content modules that help teachers better understand the science content they teach. This Science Object is the first of three Science Objects in the Electric and Magnetic Forces SciPack....

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Electric and Magnetic Forces: Electromagnetism

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Summary: Science Objects are two hour on-line interactive inquiry-based content modules that help teachers better understand the science content they teach. This Science Object is the last of three Science Objects in the Electric and Magnetic Forces SciPack....

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How Far Are the Stars?

Type: Journal Article

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Summary: On any night, the stars seen in the sky can be as close to Earth as a few light-years or as distant as a few thousand light-years. Distances this large are hard to comprehend. In this article, we explore how astronomers measure the distances to stars...

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Podcast: Lunar Exploration: The Electromagnetic Spectrum

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Summary: The Podcast: Lunar Exploration: The Electromagnetic Spectrum is a segment of the Web Seminar Lunar Exploration, November 21, 2006. The podcast is 11...

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Small Sparks to Get Us Going

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Summary: Judging from the title of this chapter, you might guess that this book begins with a few basics about electricity, and you'd be right. Other than that great guess work of yours, you might be wondering why the book is about electricity and magnetism. Is...

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Universe: The Sun as a Star

Type: Science Object

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Summary: Science Objects are two hour on-line interactive inquiry-based content modules that help teachers better understand the science content they teach. This Science Object, co-developed between NASA and NSTA, is the second of five Science Objects in the Universe...