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View Resource Storms from the Sun

This poster, first printed around 1998, focuses on the topic of space weather. The front gives overview images and the back tells the story of Sun-Earth connections with additional images. It also contains an educational activity.

View Resource Solar Week

Solar Week is a week of online curriculum with daily topics on the Sun, including Sun as a Star, the Sun Close Up, Solar Activity, Eclipses, and Careers. Each day contains a game, an activity, topical questions, a related Life Science topic, teacher information, and an Ask the Scientist page.

View Resource Technology Through Time

Over the centuries our collective knowledge about the Sun and its direct connection to our planet has continued to grow. Visit this Website for new essays, and related images, each month related to the theme of how humans use technology (past, present, and future) to understand the Sun and the Universe beyond.

View Resource Exploring Magnetism in Solar Flares: A Teachers' Magnetism Activity Guide for Grades 8-12

Exploring Magnetism in Solar Flares is part of a series of guides highlighting the importance of magnetism in Earth and space sciences. It contains four activities exploring solar flares while addressing science, math, and literacy standards. The material is appropriate for grades 8-12. Lessons are available for download in PDF format.

View Resource OMNIWeb

This site from the Goddard Space Flight Center presents hourly "'Near-Earth' solar wind magnetic field and plasma data, energetic proton fluxes (>1 to >60 MeV), and geomagnetic and solar activity indices." In addition to reading about the project and its scope, visitors can browse and retrieve data, access data via FTP, and access data contributing to OMNI. The site even gives a helpful set of...

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