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Publisher: Nobel e-Museum
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This is a Nobel Prize winning article on how the sun shines. The articles discusses the age of the sun, the discovery of what the sun is made of, how the sun shines and much more.
  
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In this classroom activity appropriate for grades 6-9, students interpret a graph that represents the sunspot cycle from 1900 to 1990. By studying patterns in the graph, they will…
  
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K. Lee; Publisher: Astronomy Education at the University of Nebraska
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This resource reviews material from Basic Coordinates and Seasons Module and The Rotating Sky Module and adds information to put all the pieces together for a more complete…
  
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K. Lee; Publisher: Astronomy Education at the University of Nebraska
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This simulation-based teaching module illustrates three different, but related concepts. Terrestrial coordinates and the celestial equatorial coordinate system are both simulated,…
  
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This web page provides an elementary introduction and history of electric currents from space with a discussion of "Birkeland currents". Related pages are also linked to this page.…
  
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This web page provides an elementary introduction and overview of the Sun with a discussion of the corona, high energy particles, and radio and microwaves. Related pages are also…
  
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Publisher: Center for Science Education @ Space Sciences Laboratory UC Berkeley
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The Science Education Gateway (SEGway) develops K-12 science education resources through NASA-supported projects. SEGway consists of a group of educator-scientists working to present…
  
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Publisher: Center for Science Education @ Space Sciences Laboratory UC Berkeley
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Studies indicate that K-8 students often have difficulty understanding why days and nights vary in length and why the seasons change. In this inquiry-based activity, children use…
  
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Publishers: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and California Institute of Technology
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This website, dedicated to upper elementary children, highlights some of NASA's most exciting missions through video clips, games, hands-on activities, and digital explorations.…
  
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This site offers information and images about plasmas, solar flares, and magnetic storms. Users will find out about the "solar wind," and its influence on a stream of particles from…
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