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View Resource Exploring Earthspace

This web page, authored and curated by David Stern, discusses the interaction of the solar wind with the Earth's magnetosphere. The magnetopause is discussed at length, including the processes involved in the interaction and satellite explorations of the region in space. The page is broken down by first discussing the magnetopause, then its processes, the Earth's magnetic trail and concluding...

View Resource The Dynamic Magnetosphere

This web page, authored and curated by David Stern, provides information on disturbances in the earth's magnetosphere. Topics covered include magnetic storms, magnetic substorms, electric currents in space, dynamos, and plasmas. Included are useful summaries of all these items and links to a more expanded articles on the topics. This is a part of a larger web site, "The Exploration of the...

View Resource The Sun

This web page, authored and curated by David Stern, provides an introduction to the Sun and some properties of the solar atmosphere. Discussed briefly are sun spots, the corona, and the solar wind. Links to much more extensive discussions of these topics are provided as part of a large web site "The Exploration of the Earth's Magnetosphere". A Spanish translation is available.

View Resource Windows to the Universe: The Sun

This site discusses the sun. Some of the topics that are touched on include: the sun's interior, the surface/atmosphere, solar activity, the fate of the sun, solar eclipses, and the myth/culture of this celestial body. Other fun information includes a solar word search game, a solar concentration game, an image archive, recent images, facts on space missions, solar facts, recent news and...

View Resource Women of NASA

This site is a wonderful resource for educators wishing to encourage their female students to challenge themselves, feel confident of their successes, and accept their failures. Highlights of the site are profiles of NASA women scientists, online chats with these scientists, and Women of the World, a quarterly activity that allows interaction between online guests and known international female...

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