Earth and Space Science Lesson Plan Templates in High School Science

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Large Magellanic Cloud (Hidden Universe)
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  • The Solar System
  • High School
The Large Magellanic Cloud, a dwarf galaxy that orbits the Milky Way, is revealed in exquisite detail in this video from the Spitzer Space Telescope.
Baby Stars (Robot Astronomy Talk Show)
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  • The Solar System
  • High School
Where do stars come from? IR-2 analyzes recent Spitzer imagery to find out, while an imposing Ratings-bot oversees the broadcast.
Asteroids (Robot Astronomy Talk Show)
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  • The Solar System
  • High School
Will an asteroid strike the Earth and wipe out all life as we know it? IR-2 and his robotic crew make random phone calls to find out.
Infrared: More Than Your Eyes Can See
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  • The Solar System
  • High School
This video, produced in 2000, explains what infrared light is and how it's useful both to astronomers and in the everyday world.
"What will happen to the Earth when the Sun dies?"
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  • The Solar System
  • High School
Our Sun won't live forever. Dr. Carolyn Brinkworth looks at possible endgame scenarios.
"Why aren't there any green stars?"
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  • The Solar System
  • High School
We see red stars, we see white stars, we see blue stars. But why not green? Dr. Michelle Thaller explains.
"Why isn't Pluto a planet any more?"
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  • The Solar System
  • High School
Dr. Robert Hurt explains why Pluto got... well... plutoed.
"Do the stars really move?" (Ask an Astronomer)
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  • The Solar System
  • High School
The answer to this question may surprise you! Dr. Steve Lord explains why.
"Are other solar systems like our own?"
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  • The Solar System
  • High School
Dr. Davy Kirkpatrick shows us some of the bizarre planetary systems around other stars.
"Do other solar systems exist?" Ask an Astronomer
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  • The Solar System
  • High School
Dr. Davy Kirkpatrick walks us through how we discovered planets around other stars.