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Solar Events part of Web Resource Collection

This site is a joint effort of NOAA Research and the College of Education at the University of South Alabama. The goal of the site is to provide middle school science students and teachers with ...
NSES: 5-8:Standard B: Physical Science:Properties and changes of properties in matter
Subject: Space science
Resource Type: Learning Materials:Module or unit

Flight to Mars: How Long? Along what Path? part of Web Resource Collection

This site demonstrates how, with the use of orbital mechanics, a space mission to Mars can be planned. Using no more than algebra, Kepler's laws and the formula for the energy of an object in a ...
NSES: 9-12:Unifying Concepts and Processes:Systems, order, and organization
Subject: Physics, Space science
Resource Type: Learning Materials:Problem set

Introduction to Spectroscopy part of Web Resource Collection

Even though it is said to be a complex art, spectroscopy can be very useful in helping scientists understand how an object like a black hole, neutron star, or active galaxy is producing light, how ...
NSES: 9-12:Unifying Concepts and Processes:Evidence, models, and explanation
Subject: Space science, Physics
Resource Type: Text:Reference

Moon's Origin (title provided or enhanced by cataloger) part of Web Resource Collection

This article is a Why Files short piece about the origin of our Moon. Approximately 4.5 billion years ago, scientists believe a large planet-sized object (named Theia) hit the Earth, forming the ...
NSES: 5-8:Unifying Concepts and Processes:Evidence, models, and explanation
Subject: Space science
Resource Type: Text:Report

Comparing the Surfaces of Earth and Mars part of Web Resource Collection

Comparing the Surfaces of Earth and Mars is a Windows to the Universe Exploratour and provides information and images about different features found on the surface and the geography of both planets: ...
NSES: K-4:Standard B: Physical Science:Position and motion of objects
Subject: Space science, Geological Sciences:Geology
Resource Type: Learning Materials:Tutorial

Earth Science World ImageBank part of Web Resource Collection

This collection of over 1000 geoscience images is made available to the geoscience community and general public for the purposes of enhancing Earth education, and serving the community of science ...
NSES: 5-8:Standard D: Earth and Space Science:Structure of the earth system
Subject: Space science, Geographical Sciences:Physical geography, Forestry, Agricultural science, Geological Sciences:Geology, Hydrology, Ecology, Soil Science, Atmospheric science, Environmental science
Resource Type: Visual:Photograph, Learning Materials:Presentation or demonstration

Collaborative Decision Making: NASA's Deep Impact Mission part of Web Resource Collection

This site is designed to engage students in grades 7-12 in activities that focus on collaboration and communication strategies. These activities will strengthen student understanding of and ability ...
NSES: 5-8:Standard A: Science as Inquiry:Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry
Subject: Policy issues, Space science, History and philosophy of science
Resource Type: Learning Materials:Module or unit

Extra Planetary Perception part of Web Resource Collection

This Why Files article discusses newly discovered planets outside our solar system and focuses attention on the question: Are we alone in the universe? Topics covered are: how did scientists discover ...
NSES: 5-8:Standard D: Earth and Space Science:Earth in the solar system
Subject: Space science
Resource Type: Text:Glossary

Space Junk (title provided or enhanced by cataloger) part of Web Resource Collection

This Why Files article discusses the problem of space junk, which encompasses all of the man-made objects sent into space that are not being used anymore. These items are now lost in space, which ...
NSES: 5-8:Standard E: Science and Technology:Understandings about science and technology
Subject: Space science, Technology
Resource Type: Text:Report

Radio Astronomy (title provided or enhanced by cataloger) part of Web Resource Collection

This article is a Why Files short piece on how astronomers use information from radio astronomy. Contrary to popular belief, large radio telescopes are not looking for signs of life outside our solar ...
NSES: 5-8:Standard E: Science and Technology:Understandings about science and technology
Subject: Space science, Technology
Resource Type: Text:Report

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