The Zooniverse website features a number of space science projects that you can get involved with. Take a look!
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Jackie has graciously shared the forms she is using for student applicants. If you would like to create your own based on her form, you can find them here. All-Stars Student Application All-Stars Reference Form for Student Applicants Please share your forms with the rest of us, too!
Periodically I will upload prospective activities for each of the waveband teams to use this summer in the All-Stars workshop. To review, each team will be attached to the following missions: Gamma ray – Fermi X-ray – Chandra UV – Galex Optical – SDSS I have taken a look at an activity from Chandra that […]
The All Stars Application April 2013 is ready for distribution. Please pass this on to prospective participants!
Here is a draft of the summer 2013 Course Schedule that lays out the skeleton of a course plan. We will work in wavelength-specific teams. The general plan is for each team to focus on the lessons in their wavelength module in the first week; and in the second week, work on a NASA mission data […]
Here is the content for two of the upcoming physics lessons. They will be produced using the same template as the gamma ray lessons. A third physics lesson on instrumentation is also forthcoming. Energy and Force Fields and Particles
I have attached the calendar for summer 2013, FYI. All Stars Summer 2013 Calendar March 2013
Here are two of the four X-Ray lessons now ready to go into production. X-Ray science and impact are forthcoming in about one month. Friedman X-Ray History Lesson November 2012 Moseley X-Ray Tools Lesson October 2012 Let me know what you think!
This list will point you to specific sources for using NASA data organized according to wavelength. http://coolcosmos.ipac.caltech.edu/cosmic_classroom/teacher_research/otherpgms.shtml
Here’s a nice summary of some image processing programs to check out as you consider using NASA visual data with your students. http://wise.ssl.berkeley.edu/edu_making_color3.html
In case you start getting questions from your students, here is a great resource to use or point them to for dealing with Doomsday anxiety! Resources for Responding to Doomsday 2012: An Annotated Guide