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CME Science: Measuring the Velocity of a Coronal Mass Ejection Documents

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Main Document

CME Science: Measuring the Velocity of a Coronal Mass Ejection 

written by Rebecca Vieyra, Alice Flarend, and Ramon Lopez
edited by Caroline Hall

Main pdf file

Released under a Public Domain license.

Published June 15, 2022
Last Modified August 13, 2022

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Primary Documents (3)

CME Science: Coronagraph Image Sets 

by NASA SOHO

Printable coronagraph images of two CME events for use in data analysis.

Released under a Public Domain license.

Published April 30, 2006
Last Modified October 8, 2018

Student Worksheet: Measuring Velocity of a CME 

by NASA-HEAT Team

Printable student-facing activity guide.

Released under a Public Domain license.

Published August 4, 2022
Last Modified August 13, 2022

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Teacher's Guide: CME-Modifiable Word Version 

by NASA-HEAT Team

Word version: Full Instructor's Guide without image sets

Released under a Public Domain license.

Published June 15, 2022
Last Modified August 13, 2022

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Supplemental Documents

NASA SOHO Lecture Tutorial: CME Speed 

by Rebecca Vieyra and Ramon Lopez

This lecture-tutorial is the original resource upon which the AAPT's CME Science Digi Kit was based. It was developed by the NASA Space Science Education Consortium.

Released under a Public Domain license.

Published June 30, 2016
Last Modified November 27, 2018

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