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View Resource Digital Demo Room Stellar Structure and Evolution Simulator

This website allows the user to to create and view simulations that show the evolution of stars on a Hertzsprung-Russell (HR) diagram. The site provides tutorials on: how to use the website, H-R Diagrams, and stellar evolution. The website also provides a beginner, intermediate, or advanced user mode.

View Resource Spacetime Wrinkles

This site, created by Michael Norman of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, offers information about Einstein and ideas that relate to his discoveries. Several topics that are touched on include: relativity, black holes, how black holes can be detected, and how the future may be affected by his ideas. There are several movies, pictures, and animations in this site. The page also...

View Resource Our Heirarchical Universe

This site, created by Professor Michael Norman of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, discusses several hot topic questions in the astronomy world. For example, the expansion of the universe, dark matter, and how did giant superstructures form out of a smooth universe. There are many pictures and movie clips interspersed throughout the website. The page also features links to an...

View Resource MSTE Data Archive

This data archive, created at the University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, contains data sets divided into the following categories: astronomy, biology, education, geography, social sciences, sports, transportation, weather, and miscellaneous. The datasets can be viewed as an html page or downloaded into Excel spreadsheets. This site is very basic, but the data it contains can still be a...

View Resource Linear Regression and Best Fit

This lesson, created by Amar Patel of the University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, introduces simple linear regression with several Excel spreadsheet examples such as temperature versus cricket chirps, height versus shoe size, and laziness versus amount of television watched. These activities require class participation. This would be a great interactive lesson for a classroom studying...

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