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Counting Galaxies with the Hubble Space TelescopeLesson Planet
8th - 11th
In this counting galaxies instructional activity, students use a photograph taken by the Hubble Space Telescope and they divide the field into 16 square areas. They find the average number of galaxies in the cells, they find the area of...
Counting Craters on the Hubble Space Telescope!Lesson Planet
8th - 10th
In this Hubble Space Telescope instructional activity, students are given a photograph of the radiator recovered after being in space on the Hubble Space Telescope since 1993. Students solve 6 problems about the impacts that left craters...
Coma Cluster of GalaxiesLesson Planet
9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Scientists classify everything from the smallest cells to the largest galaxies, but how do they decide on a classification system? Scholars use 40 pictures of galaxies taken by the Hubble Space Telescope to sort and try creating their...
Satellite Drag and the Hubble Space TelescopeLesson Planet
9th - 12th
In this satellite drag and Hubble space telescope worksheet, students solve two problems using a graph showing the altitude of the satellite vs. the year with two lines showing two different types of re-boost and one line without...
What's in the Darkest Part of the Sky? The Hubble Deep FieldLesson Planet
3 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Prepare to be amazed! Look deep into the darkest part of the night sky, courtesy of a video from a vast physics playlist. Young astronomers see hundreds of galaxies through the eye of the Hubble Telescope.
What's in the Darkest Part of the Sky?Lesson Planet
3 mins 10th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
NASA allows anyone, not just scientists, to apply to use the Hubble Space telescope. For every six projects submitted, only one wins the chance to do groundbreaking research. The video explains one of these winning proposals that changed...
Epic Space RescuesLesson Planet
7 mins 10th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Many movies tell about amazing rescues in space, but what do you know about real ones? The video highlights the epic rescues that are non-fiction. From astronauts having their oxygen tanks explode to rescuing a damaged space craft and...
Galileo: Revealing the UniverseLesson Planet
6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
To gain an understanding of the significance of Galileo Galilei's revolutionary ideas, class members watch the short video "Stargazing Before Galileo," and conduct a close reading of Galileo's Sidereal Messsenger. They then compare...
Seeing a Dwarf Planet Clearly: PlutoLesson Planet
9th - 11th
In this dwarf planet worksheet, students use images from the Hubble Space Telescope and they determine the scale of the image, they identify the largest features in the images, they calculate the volume of Pluto and they create a model...
Birth of the Universe, Part 4/4Lesson Planet
9 mins 7th - 12th
One of our most helpful tools in understanding the universe is the Hubble Space Telescope. Part four concludes this series with a story about the issues and triumphs of the Hubble Space Telescope. The elements of the universe and where...
Mission: Possible—How Can We Plan an Exploration of Another World?Lesson Planet
5th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
An astronaut's spacesuit weighs 280 pounds and takes 45 minutes to put on — that's a serious suit! The second activity of a three-part series allows pupils to see all that goes into space exploration. Through simulations, groups analyze...