This curriculum guide is intended for high school teachers who are teaching solar physics, especially the effects of solar activity on terrestrial planets. The chapters discuss stellar evolution, the structure of the sun, studying the sun, and solar and terrestrial interactions. Lab activities provided include: building a spectroscope, energy transport within the sun, measuring the solar constant, luminosity of the sun and stars, seeing different wavelengths, the Earth-Sun orientation, the effect of the solar wind on the geomagnetic field, determining the rotation period of the sun, and radiation hazards in space.
Solar Physics and Terrestrial Effects. (1996). Retrieved July 17, 2018, from Space Environment Center: http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/content/solar-physics-and-terrestrial-effects-curriculum-guide-teachers-grades-7-12
Space Environment Center. Solar Physics and Terrestrial Effects. Boulder: Space Environment Center, 1996. http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/content/solar-physics-and-terrestrial-effects-curriculum-guide-teachers-grades-7-12 (accessed 17 July 2018).
Solar Physics and Terrestrial Effects. Boulder: Space Environment Center, 1996. 17 July 2018 <http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/content/solar-physics-and-terrestrial-effects-curriculum-guide-teachers-grades-7-12>.
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