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POLARIZED PHOTOMICROGRAPH Credit: Marek Mís
LEVISTICUM Credit: Marek Mís
VOLVOX Credit: Frank Fox,
VORTICELLA Credit: Frank Fox,
MOUSE RETINA Credit: National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS)
ASTROCYTE BRAIN CELLS Credit: Nancy Kedersha / Science Photo Library
WHITE MATTER FIBERS OF BRAIN Credit: Alfred Pasieka,
MICROGRAPH OF ALGAE AND MOSS Credit: Marek Mís
BLUELINE SNAPPER – Andaman Sea, Thailand Credit: Georgette Douwma / Science Photo Library
BIOLUMINESCENCE – Gippsland Lakes, Victoria, Australia Credit: Phil Hart
FLIGHT PATH OF FIREFLIES – Outside Okayama City, Japan Credit: Tsuneaki Hiramatu
MONARCH BUTTERFLIES – California, USA Credit: J L Spaulding, creative commons license
SUNFLOWERS – North Dakota, USA Credit: USDA
BLUEBELLS – Buckinghamshire, England Credit: Sue Vincent
BLUE SKIES – Guanajuato, Mexico Credit: © Tomas Castelazo, / Wikimedia Commons / CC-BY-SA-3.0
RAINBOW LANDS ON COW – New Zealand Credit: Lisa & Jeffrey Smith
SUN DOGS AND HALO AROUND SETTING SUN – Iowa, USA Credit: Thomas DeHoff
22-DEGREE HALO, BROKEN – Harz, Germany Credit: Lars0001 / Wikimedia Commons
LAKE REFLECTIONS – Tso Moriri Lake, India Credit: Prabhu B Doss
SANDSTONE MESA WITH RAINBOW – Utah, USA Credit: David Parker / Science Photo Library
RED SUNSET – Windward Islands, French Polynesia Credit: J L Spaulding, creative commons license
SUNSET (LENSING) – Iowa, USA Credit: Thomas DeHoff
SHADOWS OF ANTELOPE CANYON – Arizona, USA Credit: J L Spaulding, creative commons license
SUN RAYS OVER IOWA – Iowa, USA Credit: Thomas DeHoff
PINK AND PURPLE SUNSET – Rhode Island, USA Credit: Richard F Staples, Jr.
SUNSET – China Credit: U.S. Navy photo by Cmdr. Ed Thompson
LIGHTS OVER DUBLIN – Wales, UK & Dublin, Ireland Credit: Colin Legg
LIGHTNING OVER ST. LAURENT RIVER – Quebec, Canada Credit: Jp Marquis
LIGHTNING STRIKES – Dubai, United Arab Emirates Credit: Michael Shainblum
FIREWORKS – Perth, Western Australia Credit: Colin Legg
LIGHTBULBS IN X-RAY LIGHT Credit: Dr. Paula Fontaine,
SOLAR PANELS – Colorado, USA Credit: Dennis Schroeder / NREL
CAR HEADLIGHTS – Belfort, France Credit: Thomas Bresson,
LASERS IN THE SKY – Atacama Desert, Chile Credit: ESO / Babak Tafreshi
WELCOME TO THE GRID – Utah, USA Credit: NASA / Johnson Space Center
AURORA BOREALIS – Alaska, USA Credit: US Air Force, Senior Airman Joshua Strang
AURORA BOREALIS – Iowa, USA Credit: Stan Richard, nightskyevents.com
NOCTILUCENT CLOUDS – California, USA Credit: NASA
LENTICULAR CLOUDS – South Georgia Credit: Serge Ouachée
WEATHER ILLUMINATED – Hurricane Isabel, Atlantic Ocean Credit: NASA / JSC / Mike Trenchard
COMET HALE-BOPP – New York, USA Credit: Donald Lubowich
GEMINID METEOR – Mojave Desert, USA Credit: Wally Pacholka / AstroPics.com
VENUS IN TRANSIT - Leipzig, Germany Credit: Phil Hart
STARDUST – California, USA Credit: Michael Shainblum
THE MILKY WAY – Hawaii, USA Credit: Rogelio Bernal Andreo / DeepSkyColors.com / Ciel et Espace
THE MILKY WAY – Hawaii, USA Credit: Rogelio Bernal Andreo / DeepSkyColors.com / Ciel et Espace
EARTH LIGHTS FROM SPACE STATION Credit: NASA / Johnson Space Center
THE THIN BLUE LINE Credit: NASA
SUNRISE FROM SPACE Credit: NASA / Johnson Space Center
EARTH AT NIGHT Credit: Marc Imhoff, Craig Mayhew, Robert Simmon / NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Christopher Elvidge / NOAA, NGDC
EARTH GLOBE NORTH AMERICA Credit: Reto Stöckli for the NASA GSFC Earth Observatory
EARTH GLOBE ASIA Credits: Data-AVHRR, NDVI, Seawifs, MODIS, NCEP, DMSP and Sky2000 star catalog; AVHRR and Seawifs texture-Reto Stockli; Visualization-Marit Jentoft-Nils
EARTH GLOBE AFRICA & EUROPE Credit: NASA
COMET HALE-BOPP – 655 light seconds from Earth Credit: Dan Schechter
FULL MOON – 1.25 light seconds from Earth Credit: Jean-Luc Dauvergne / Ciel Et Espace
LUNAR ECLIPSE – 1.25 light seconds from Earth Credit: Akira Fujii / Ciel et Espace
TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – 8.3 light minutes from Earth Credit: Dan Schechter
ULTRAVIOLET VIEW OF SUN – 8.3 light minutes from Earth Credit: NASA / SDO
SUNSET ON MARS – 12.7 light minutes from Earth Credit: NASA / JPL / Texas A&M / Cornell
RHO OPHIUCHI AND ANTARES – 520 light years from Earth Credit: ANGLO / Australian Observatory / David Malin
HELIX NEBULA – 650 light years from Earth Credit: ESO
ORION NEBULA – 1,500 light years from Earth Credit: ESO / J. Emerson / VISTA. Acknowledgment: Cambridge Astronomical Survey Unit
EAGLE NEBULA – 7,000 light years from Earth Credit: T.A. Rector / Univ. of Alaska Anchorage & B.A. Wolpa (NOAO / AURA / NSF)
CASSIOPEIA A – 11,000 Light Years from Earth Credit: NASA / CXC / SAO
CENTER OF MILKY WAY – 26,000 Light Years from Earth Credit: X-ray: NASA / CXC / Umass / D. Wang et al.; Optical: NASA / ESA / STScI.; IR: NASA / JPL-Caltech /S.Stolovy
NGC 602 – 180,000 light years from Earth Credit: X-ray: NASA / CXC / Univ. Potsdam / L. Oskinova et al.; Optical: NASA / STScI; Infrared: NASA / JPL-Caltech
ANTENNAE GALAXIES – 62 million light years from Earth Credit: NASA / ESA / Hubble Heritage Team (STSCI / AURA)
BULLET CLUSTER – 3.8 billion light years from Earth Credit: X-ray: M.Markevitch for NASA/CXC/CfA; visible light by D. Clowe for NASA/STScI; Magellan/U. Arizona & ESO
COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND – 13.7 billion light years from Earth Credit: NASA/WMAP Science Team
the heavens Credit: Apollo 17 Crew, NASA ARMS OF NGC 4258 GALAXY: Credit-X-Ray, Yuxuan Yang (UMCP) et al, NASA, CXC, Optical- DSS, IR-NASA, JPL-Caltech.
Celestial and Atmospheric Photography from Members of The Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh.
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory is a facility of the National Science Foundation operated under a cooperative agreement by Associated Universities,
Earth Camino Real Elementary School Globe Air and water.
APOD, The Universe, & NASA’s Best Images Robert Nemiroff.
The Best Astronomy Pictures of 2004* Robert Nemiroff.
Tools for Observation. Human Eye CORNEA - The transparent front part of the eye that covers the iris, pupil, and anterior chamber. The cornea is an.
How We See Ourselves In The Universe: A Look At The Galaxies That Surround Us.
In Astronomy The Ahhhh! (Awe). Starry NightStarry Night Vincent Van Gogh.
1 How Telescopes Changed our Understanding of the Universe STScI and NASA.
Astronomy Pictures of the Year: 2003: News and Views for your Classroom Robert J. Nemiroff.
Astronomy Pictures of the Year: 2003/2004: Jerry T. Bonnell NASA Goddard & USRA.
Journey Through the Expanding Universe Month, Day, Year Location Journey Through the Expanding Universe.
PH1600: Introductory Astronomy Lecture 14: Stars: Single and Binary What is this?
Part I: A Trip Through the Universe “Our Transportation” STARS AND GALAXIES 1.
Content: This in an introduction to the unit on powers of ten. CSDE Standards: 2.1 Understand that a variety of numerical representations can be used to.
What is this? PH1600: Introductory Astronomy Lecture 15: Star Clusters.
Lens Inquiry A CfAO/ISEE Designed Laboratory Hartnell Community College September 2009.
1._____began from a nebula that was disturbed (big bang) 2._____observed the phases of Venus (astronomers) 3._____theory of the sun centered view of the.
Eclipses: The Ring of Fire Created by Joslyn Wang & Kathryn Schroeder.
Einstein’s Lens Presented by: Name, Affiliation Location and Date here Einstein’s Lens.
Einstein’s Lens Presented by: Kevin McLin, SSU NASA E/PO 2008 EA Training, SSU Einstein’s Lens.
The Best Astronomy Pictures of * Robert Nemiroff.
Astronomical Imaging: Overview When you think of a clear, dark night sky, what do you think of? –The human visual system is fine-tuned to focus, detect,
Hubble The Hubble telescope is located outside our atmosphere and is orbiting around the Earth at 593 km above sea level with an orbital period of.
Light Years Away.. Questions 1-10 (1 point each) Question 11 (2 points) Total Points (12 Points)
Home Sweet Home. Hurricane from Space Barringer Crater – Arizona, USA.
The large land areas are called continents. There are seven continents.
The Lives and Deaths of Stars A presentation of the Universe in the Parks program The University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Astronomy.
1 Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Origins Education Forum - STScI Navigator Public Engagement Program - JPL A Galaxy Full of Black Holes.
This Set of Slides These slides cover some more information about time, the phases of the moon, and solar and lunar eclipses. Units covered: 7 and 8.
Types of Astronomy How we use different parts of the EMS to learn about the Universe.
Click to begin Click to begin LeeAnna Kehrly Click here for Final Jeopardy Click here for Final Jeopardy
1 Our Place in Our Galaxy. 2 What’s the Difference? Universe Galaxy Image credits: NASA, STScI Solar System.
Hubble’s 25 th Anniversary - Hubble’s Views of the Deep Universe Dr. Brandon Lawton Hubble Science Briefing 1.
1 Our Place in Our Galaxy. 2 Solar System 3 MILKY WAY.
25.4 Galaxies and the Universe Objectives: Describe the different types of galaxy Describe the solar system’s position in our galaxy Describe the.
7 Continents 4 Oceans 7 continents: North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, Antarctica.
RESOURCES & ENVIRONMENT CH. 1. PLANET EARTH ORIGIN OF THE UNIVERSE Universe? Star + Planets + Satellites + Comets + (Asteroids) + Meteorites + Dusts.
Think, You know Our Universe well? Let`s check it out !
NASA and us Ms. Wood. Things you should know Moon revolves around sun as it revolves around Earth Millions of galaxies Solar system is made of: Sun Planets.
The Universe Chapter 16. Our Universe Only one that exists Includes everything –Stars, planets, galaxies, etc. Commonly accepted to be created by the.
Eclipses and Lunar Phases By the Lunar and Planetary Institute For use in teacher workshops.
International Astronomical Union / Office of Astronomy for Development Kevin Govender – J.-C. Mauduit – OAD
Lots of fun! Win valuable prizes!. 1. The main difference between a radio wave and a light wave is its A. wavelength. B. speed. C. Both A and B D. None.
Maps. The Earth can be shown on a globe, or on a world map.
THE MAGIC OF HUBBLE Caroline Goode NASA Top Stars 2010.
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