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View Resource EXPLO.TV

Even though EXPLO.TV sounds like an edgy punk website, it's actually the video component of the Exploratorium: Museum of Science, Art and Human Perception in San Francisco. This website has some excellent ways to learn about science--such as webcasts, podcasts, and video clips. At the top of the page visitors will find several ways to browse: "Presentation Type", "Program Type", or "Category". ...

View Resource Total Solar Eclipse 2008: Live from China

On August 1, 2008, a total solar eclipse moved over parts of Russia, Greenland, Canada, and China. Fortunately, the dedicated team at the Exploratorium was there, and they documented this unique event. The first thing visitors should check out here is a replay of the events as they occurred. After viewing the eclipse, visitors should read the dispatches from the Exploratorium crew. These colorful...

View Resource The Observatory: A Guide to Astronomy Resources on the Exploratorium Website

This site targets both educators and students studying astronomy. There is information on Mars, eclipses, the sun, auroras, and much more. Each topic has educational materials, images, and links to more information.

View Resource Skateboard Science

Authored by Paul Doherty, Pearl Tesler and Noel Wanner for Exploratorium, this site analyzes the physics of skateboarding in great detail. It goes into many different 'tricks' and the effect of materials and design on the behavior of the skateboard. The site also features a web cast, equipment, and a glossary. The project is co-sponsored by Thrasher, a prominent skateboarding magazine. This is a...

View Resource Bob Miller's Light Walk

Artist Bob Miller's "Light Walk" at the Exploratorium is always an eye-opening experience for students and teachers alike. His unique discoveries will change the way you look at light, shadow, and images. The author includes activities such as doing your own lightwalk, building a pinhole viewer, building a pinhole camera, and slide projector activities. The author also provides an additional...

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