This web-based lesson compares how auroral light produced on the Earth's atmospheric screen is similar to the images produced on the screen of a Cathode Ray Tube. It explains how viewing the aurora is like looking at a...
This resource covers the general features of Jupiter: its atmosphere and interior, including liquid metallic hydrogen, and its internal energy source; the Great Red Spot; its magnetic field, magnetosphere and auroras;...
This lesson covers the interior of the Earth, geological differentiation, plate tectonics, composition and layers of the atmosphere, weather and climate, consequences of rotation for weather, the magnetic field,...
This interactive learning module introduces the systems and processes through which the magnetic field and upper atmosphere of the earth capture the solar wind to light up the polar sky. Developed especially for...
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