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This is an activity about comet motion. Learners will cut out images of Halley's Comet, putting the images in sequential order to create a flip book demonstrating the comet's orbit around the Sun and the formation of the comet's tail near the Sun.... (View More)

This chapter provides background information to teachers about remote sensing. Topics include the electromagnetic spectrum, sensors and platforms, scale and resolution, geographic information systems, and ground truthing images. The reading is... (View More)

Students critically interpret graphical data and evaluate and discuss the difficulties inherent in interpreting and forecasting long and short term trends in this introductory climate change investigation. Graphs of data needed for this exercise are... (View More)

This is an activity about telescopes. Learners will first measure several circles to determine their diameters and calculate their areas. Afterwards, they will cover each circle entirely with pennies and record how many pennies are needed for each... (View More)

This is a set of two activities about time. First, in Cosmic Calendar, learners will scale the evolution of the Universe to a one-year calendar, with the Big Bang occurring on the first moment of January first. Then, in Time-Line Scale Model of the... (View More)

This is an activity involving science and creative writing. In groups, learners will develop their own list of the 12 most important tourist attractions the Solar System offers and make a travel brochure to explain their reasoning. This activity is... (View More)

This is an activity about spectroscopy. Learners make their own spectroscope and measure the wavelengths of spectral lines. Then, they will record the colors, patterns, and wavelengths of the lines from various light sources. This activity requires... (View More)

This is an activity about problem solving. Learners will discuss the crucial materials a four-person crew would need in order to live on the Moon, ranking them in terms of importance. This is Actividad 9.1 as part of El Universo a Sus Pies, a... (View More)

Students will research and evaluate information about global warming, identify decision-making criteria for action or lack of action, and decide what level of certainty is sufficient to take action. They should debate the issue of when we know... (View More)

This is an activity aobut size and scale in the solar system. Learners will cut out descriptions of various objects and distances and then match those descriptions to an actual metric measurement. This is Activity D-1 of Universe at Your Fingertips... (View More)