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View Resource NASA's Education Website

This site from NASA features educational materials on astronomy and space sciences. Educational news, research, and announcements are featured on the homepage. Teaching materials for educators teaching in levels K-12 and higher are available on the site, and include lesson plans, links, and podcasts.

View Resource Space Mathematics Website

This Website contains over 200 authentic math problems that cover solar physics, space physics, radiation dosimetry, and the human impacts of space weather. The problems range from pre-algebra to calculus and span the math skills appropriate for grade 8-12 students. The problems are taken from authentic applications of arithmetic, graph analysis, pre-algebra, and algebra.

View Resource Stellar Cycles Post Assessment Activity

Stellar Cycles is a performance task - an assessment tool to determine student understanding of stellar evolution. Teacher guides and materials are available in powerpoint, PDF and HTML formats. An answer key is included.

View Resource The HubbleSite

The HubbleSite includes news, lessons, activities, and multimedia on the hubble telescope and the work performed by it and its team of scientists. The site includes a large archive of images taken by the telescope, general astronomy materials for the classroom and the latest news on the project.

View Resource Monster of the Milky Way

This NOVA television broadcast discusses black holes and presents new research indicating that a supermassive black hole may lurk at the center of our own galaxy. Features include interviews with researchers who explain the basics of black holes and reveal why they think the Milky Way may harbor a gigantic black hole at its center, and audio clips of physicists and astronomers describing their...

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