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How to View an Eclipse
This web page from the Exploratorium presents a hands-on activity for safely observing a solar eclipse with a pinhole viewer. The project uses everyday supplies: long box, a piece of aluminum foil, a pin, and a sheet of...
Physics for Elementary Teachers: PET
This presentation from the 2006 PTEC Conference provides information about the PET physics program for elementary teachers. The program uses a guided inquiry approach aligned with national standards to provide...
NASA's Mars Exploration Program
This site from NASA contains an overview of the Mars Exploration program and features the Latest Rover and Orbiter Updates. Resources for kids, students, educators, and the press are provided along with numerous images,...
PhET: Radio Waves and Electromagnetic Fields
Students gain understanding of electromagnetic radiation as they broadcast radio waves from a transmitter to receiver. They can manually control the transmitter electron or set automatic oscillation. The field can be...
Life on Earth and Elsewhere
This site from SolStation contains a chronology of life on Earth beginning with the origin of our Solar System about 4.6 billion years ago. Descriptions of the important stages in the development of carbon-based life...
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