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13 Jan 2022
Professional Learning Webinar Science Briefing: Live from AAS! 2022
While the American Astronomical Society meeting has been cancelled, we’ll still be providing access to select researchers who will discuss their breaking news results coming out of NASA Astrophysics...
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Webb Telescope in clean room (folded)
Article | Resource Guide

Teachable Moments: Learn About the Universe with the James Webb Space Telescope

Learn about the science and engineering behind the largest and most powerful space telescope ever built while exploring ways to engage learners in the mission. TEACHABLE MOMENTS: JAMES WEBB SPACE...
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Paper Circuits: Light Up Exploded Stars

Paper circuits help learners of all ages explore the basics of electricity (energy that results from the existence of charged particles like electrons or protons) and conductivity (the degree to which...
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Girls STEAM Ahead with NASA Logo with the text NASA’s Universe of Learning Girls STEAM Ahead with NASA Program Cookbook
Resource Guide

Girls STEAM Ahead With NASA Program Cookbook

Create your own Girls STEAM Ahead with NASA event using NASA’s Universe of Learning resources. Like any typical cookbook, our Program Cookbook includes recipes for events that are ordered by topic. Depending...
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11 May 2021
Professional Learning Webinar Girls STEAM Ahead with NASA Free Resources (Spring 2021)
This year’s Girls STEAM Ahead with NASA webinar, hosted by the National Girls Collaborative Project, explores several NASA’s Universe of Learning resources that can be used in virtual events....
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Bright star surrounded by shell of gas and dust
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Zoom to AG Carinae (Frame Sets)

This visualization starts with a wide-view of the Carina constellation and zooms down to the Hubble Space Telescope view of the massive star, AG Carinae. One of the brightest stars in our galaxy, AG Carinae...
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Bright star surrounded by shell of gas and dust
Videos

Flight to AG Carinae (Frame Sets)

This visualization starts with the Hubble Space Telescope view of the massive star, AG Carinae. One of the brightest stars in our galaxy, AG Carinae undergoes eruptions that have ejected a small nebula...
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Bright star surrounded by shell of gas and dust
Videos

AG Carinae: A Luminous Blue Variable Star (Frame Sets)

This visualization starts with a wide-field view of the Carina constellation and zooms down to the Hubble Space Telescope view of the massive star, AG Carinae. One of the brightest stars in our galaxy,...
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Sonification

A Universe of Sound

Every sound begins with a vibration. When those vibrations travel through the air, they can enter the human eardrum where they are eventually turned into electrical signals that our brain interprets as...
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Competition Material | Videos

Science Olympiad Astronomy and Solar System Webinars

Science Olympiad is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of K–12 science education, increasing interest in science for all students, creating a technologically literate...
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Crab Nebula
Videos

Crab Nebula: The Multiwavelength Structure of a Pulsar Wind Nebula

This visualization features a three-dimensional multiwavelength representation of the Crab Nebula, an iconic remnant of a star that was seen exploding in the year 1054 AD. This is a view looking into the...
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Combined telescope images of the Crab Nebula displayed in red, yellow, green, ultraviolet, and X-ray light
Resource Guide

Life and Death of Stars Resource Guide

Do stars really move? How do stars form and die? What are nebulas and supernovas? This resource guide contains a range of resources and activities to help you guide audiences as they explore many facets...
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ViewSpace Interactives: Star Death

What happens when a star dies? It varies! Some stars die slowly, giving off puffs of gas and dust before collapsing to form small white dwarf stars. Much larger stars die suddenly in powerful explosions...
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Mosaic of the Carina Nebula
Videos

ViewSpace Videos: Nebulas

Take video tours of giant clouds of dust and gas in space, where new stars are forming or are the result of dying stars exploding. Highlights include the Cat’s Paw Nebula, Westerlund 2, the Eagle...
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3D Printed Astrophysical Objects
3D Object | Program Model

Touch the Universe: Adler Planetarium

Touch the Universe uses 3D printed astrophysical objects in combination with visualizations to provide Adler Planetarium guests with a new way of exploring space concepts. It also benefits our guests with...
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