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These Carnivorous Worms Catch Bugs by Mimicking the Night Sky
4 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Have you ever wanted to lay inside a cave and look up at thousands of stars twinkling? Caves in New Zealand have glow worms that mimic the night sky in order to confuse their prey. This allows the worms to trap their prey and eat them...
What's in the Darkest Part of the Sky? The Hubble Deep Field
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.
There's Going to Be a New Star in the Sky
5 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
There's something to look forward to in 2021 or 2022! Although the actual event occurred almost 2,000 years ago, the appearance of a new star will become evident from Earth in a few short years. The video instructor from the solar system...
What's in the Darkest Part of the Sky?
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...
An Introduction to the Night Sky and Movement Astronomy
9th - 12th
Basically, this is an interactive exploration of educational astronomy software and an app. Young astronomers discover how the apparent motion of the sky relates to Earth's movements and the position of the observer. It is out of this...
Why Does it Get Colder on a Clear Night than a Cloudy Night?
6th - 12th
Clouds are nature's insulator! A lab investigation asks learners to use an infrared thermometer to measure differences in infrared temperatures. They find that pointing the thermometer at a cloud has a much different result than pointing...
SKY PATHS: STUDYING THE MOVEMENT OF CELESTIAL OBJECTS
K - 4th
Students observe the position of an object in the sky by describing its location relative to another object or the background, describe an object's motion by tracing and measuring its position over time, and create their own myths about...