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  • by Lori
    last updated 10/9/2017
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  • last updated 10/4/2017

    This list contains suggestions for hands-on activities to do with families at International Observe the Moon Night events, or with students in preparation for attending an event. http://observethemoonnight.org

  • last updated 10/4/2017

    A collection of activities that work well for Maker Space activities or Maker events. Some may need to be adapted based on audience or setting (e.g., at a Maker Fair, in a Maker Camp)

  • last updated 10/3/2017

    The resources in this list pertain to the presentation given on October 5, 2017, titled, "What Lurks in the Dark? An Exploration of Dark Matter".
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    NASA's Universe of Learning is a program which will integrate NASA's Astrophysics Science Mission Directorate programs, and will advance STEM learning and literacy by creating and delivering a unified suite of education products, programs, and professional development that spans the full spectrum of NASA Astrophysics.
    NASA's Universe of Learning is partnering with the Museum Alliance to provide professional development briefings for the informal science education community. These briefings provide current NASA Astrophysics themes, content, and resources to the informal community. These curated lists present the resources described during the briefings. To find the briefings, you can go here:
    http://universe-of-learning.org/science_briefing

  • last updated 10/3/2017
  • last updated 10/2/2017

    These are lessons and activities related to understanding what kinds of stars will undergo a supernova explosion, how supernovae happens, and how these events contribute to the elements we see around us today.

  • last updated 10/1/2017

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