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Amazing Space - Space Telescope Science Institute's Office of Public Outreach

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3 to 12
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This site shares stunning resources to learn more about the Hubble and James Webb space telescopes. Choose from the many resources sorted by topics including Celestial Lithographs,...more
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This site shares stunning resources to learn more about the Hubble and James Webb space telescopes. Choose from the many resources sorted by topics including Celestial Lithographs, Tonights Sky Video, and more. Other Resources include a Public Lecture Series, NASA's Universe of Learning, The Hubble Heritage Gallery , Blog links, and more

tag(s): gravity (43), measurement (131), solar system (94), space (202), stars (61), statistics (108), STEM (218), telescopes (9)

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Be sure to bookmark this site if you teach space science for the many available resources shared with educators. Share the various resources on your whiteboard or with a projector then let students explore on classroom computers or their own device. Include a link to this site on your class website for students to access from home. Use an online portfolio site like Seesaw, reviewed here, for younger students, or about.me, reviewed here, for older students to collect artifacts and share their thoughts throughout your space unit. Extend student learning and ask them to use an augmented reality application like HP Reveal, reviewed here, to create an augmented reality display of different portions of our solar system.
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