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Why with Bill Nye!

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Find out Why with Bill Nye in a nine-video collection in which he details the science behind NASA's  Juno Mission to Jupiter.  Although dated, the satellite was launched in 2011 and went into orbit around Jupiter in 2016, the science...
14:36
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Exploring the Universe: Crash Course Big History #2

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
According to Carl Sagan, we are all made of star particles. The second video in a series of 16 explains what happened after the big bang. It discusses cosmic background radiation, chemistry, galaxies, heavy elements, and the creation of...
1 In 1 Collection 7:16
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Periodic Videos

For Students 5th - 12th Standards
From hydrogen to ununoctium, this collection of videos has everything you need to begin teaching about the periodic table. Offering descriptions of each element and interesting experiments demonstrating their properties, this resource is...
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What Makes Neon Signs Glow? A 360° Animation

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Why are neon signs so bright and colorful? Scholars discover how artists create neon signs and find out that neon is not the only gas they use in their production. Next, they explore the history of neon signs and how their development...
4:35
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Are We Running out of Helium?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Helium is a favorite element of young children everywhere! A video lesson from a larger series examines the properties of helium and why they may contribute to its eventual extinction. The lesson also explores possible industrial...
1:49
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The Sun's Energy

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
How does the sun produce so much energy without blowing up? Viewers discover the delicate balance of inward and outward forces within the sun through a short video. The lesson includes discussion questions and is part of a larger sun...
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The Anatomy of the Sun

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Welcome to Sun 101! What better way to gain an understanding of our star than to learn about its anatomy? Physical science scholars peer inside to discover the inner workings of the sun through a video and discussion questions. The...
4:44
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Helium (Version 1)

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Helium is the second most common element in the universe, yet we are running out of helium on Earth. A video on this important element includes common reactions, uses, and concerns that scholars need to know to understand helium.
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Bill Nye: Is Jupiter Like A Piece Of The Sun?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Jupiter and the sun are more alike than you might think. Examine the elements that make up these two heavenly bodies as part of the Fuse THNKR "Why with Nye!" playlist. Bill Nye explains the composition of the sun and Jupiter, then...
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Non-Bonding

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
What makes helium so Noble, anyway? Explore the bonding properties of helium versus those of hydrogen using an interactive resource. Science scholars manipulate atoms of each element and observe changes in potential energy as the atoms...
2:17
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Our Atmosphere is Escaping!

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Our atmosphere keeps us from the extreme temperatures experienced on the moon. The video explains that our atmosphere actually leaks. It describes exactly which molecules escape and the multiple factors that contribute.
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Where Does The Sun Get Its Energy?

For Students 6th - 12th
How does the sun give us light and heat? Discover what's really going on inside the centerpiece of our solar system in a brief video. The content includes common misconceptions about the sun's source of energy, how the simple elements...
12:35
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A Brief History of the Universe

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
No one was actually there to see the birth of the universe, but years of collaboration between physicists and mathematicians allow us to glimpse all but a fraction of a second of it. A narrated journey shows the phase changes early...
12:02
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Low Mass Stars

For Students 6th - 12th
What happens when stars run out of fuel? Pupils learn the incredible sequence of events that occur as a star nears its end. The video compares and contrasts the events in low- and high-mass stars, detailing the cycle of fusion, energy...
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Structure and Composition of the Earth

For Students 9th - 12th
Why is Earth different from other planets? What makes it so special, anyway? It's only fitting to delve into how the "parent" rock was formed in the first installment of a seven-part series about rocks and rock formation. Amateur...
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Runaway Balloon

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
When a child lets go of a helium balloon, what happens to it? Does it float all the way to space? The simulator allows pupils to experiment on party balloons and weather balloons under different conditions to see what happens to them in...
3:52
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Helium

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
The helium in a balloon comes from the radioactive decay of the elements thorium and uranium. Video two in this series of 48 explores the element helium. The narrator discusses how humans use it, where it is found, how the United States...
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Balloons and Buoyancy

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
If you are flying high in a hot air balloon, can a helium balloon pass you? Simulation allows pupils to predict how changing pressure, volume, and temperature impacts helium balloons, hot air balloons, and a sphere filled with a...
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Glow On

For Students 3rd - 8th Standards
Why do stars appear to glow? And why is it that some stars seem brighter than others? This is the focus of a video that explains how stars get their glow and how apparent brightness is determined by distance, rather than size.
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Birth of Stars

For Students 9th - 12th
The density of hydrogen atoms, and the gravitational forces that create the inward pressure to condense are discussed, with relation to fusion and ignition before the creation of a star.
4:44
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Helium - Periodic Table of Videos

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Helium is made of the smallest and most nonreactive of atoms. Balloons are filled in a science lab as two different scientists take turns illuminating viewers. The first balloon is heated and the second is cooled, demonstrating the...
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Helium

For Students 9th - 12th
What helium is and why it is different than the other gases that are abundant in the universe is the focus of a resource that goes on to explain how scientists use the limited supply of this gas in MRI machines, the large hadron...
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Art: Hot Air Balloon Replicas

For Teachers 1st - 12th
Young scholars investigate the science behind hot air balloon flight. In a lecture and demonstration, they observe how helium-filled balloons are affected by the wind. Using basic household items such as newspaper, paper cups, and...
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The Universe

For Students 6th - 8th
For this space science worksheet, students use the clues given at the bottom of the sheet to complete the crossword puzzle relating to the universe. There are 16 clues to solve in the puzzle.