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E.T. Do Math

Hipervinculo Mathematik

E.T. Do Math

No one knows for sure if intelligent extraterrestrial life exists or ever existed. But many believe intelligent beings live elsewhere, despite a complete lack of compelling physical evidence. Why do s ...

The Statistics of Sunspots

Sunspots are disturbed areas of the sun that look like spots because they are cooler than the surface of the sun. They have been observed and recorded since the 18th Century. This large collection of ...

Measuring the Diameter of the Sun

The goal of this experiment is to measure the diameter of the sun. During the process of this experiment, the student will become familiar with working with ratios. This experiment can be repeated to ...

Aerogel - Super Insulator, Super Sponge

Aerogel is the lowest density solid known, and has been called “frozen smoke.” It has been used as an insulator, and also as an outer space sponge to collect dust and gases from comets in NASA’s Proje ...

How Round are the Planets?

Have you ever wondered why all the planets are round, and how they got that way? Knowing how objects react in space is very important to astronomers as they discover new parts of the universe. If ther ...

Counting Sunspots

Hipervinculo Physik

Counting Sunspots

The objective of this project is to observe and record changes in sunspots on an image of the sun over several days.It is an educational content by clicking on the title of this resou ...

Kepler's 3rd Law: Orbital Period vs. Distance

There are 8 planets (and one dwarf planet) in orbit around the sun, hurtling around at tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of miles an hour. Because the planets are attracted to the sun an ...

How Do the Phases of the Moon Affect the Tides?

You may have heard about how the Moon generates the tides. You may even know that high spring tides occur during a full or new Moon, and that low neap tides occur during a quarter Moon (when the Moon ...

Surface Features of the Moon Model

Have you ever seen the man in the moon?Or maybe the rabbit? People have been staring at the moon for thousands of years. Back in 1610, using the newly invented telescope, Galilei Galileo described man ...

Solar Eclipse Model

That big, glowing ball of light in the sky is pretty amazing. The sun powers life on earth, and it helps us see and helps plants make their food. Sometimes, the paths of the moon and the sun cross and ...

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