This is an assessment tool to determine student understanding of stellar evolution. An answer key is included.



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This
booklet
includes
11
problems
of
increasing
difficulty
that
explore
the
properties
of
black
holes.
Students
learn
about
the
relationship
between
black
hole
size
and
mass,
time
dilation,
energy
extraction,
accretion
disks,
and
what?s
inside
a
black
hole
by
working
with
a
series
of
math
problems
that
feature
simple
algebra,
scientific
notation,
exponential
functions,
and
the
Pythagorean
Theorem.
...



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This
booklet
includes
17
problems
relating
to
the
Moon
and
its
exploration.
Images
from
NASA
are
analyzed
to
determine
image
scales
and
the
physical
sizes
of
various
crates
and
features.
The
probability
of
meteor
impacts
near
a
lunar
colony
are
calculated,
and
the
horizon
distance
is
determined
using
simple
geometry.
Also
covered
are:
determining
the
mass
of
the
Moon,
a
simple
model
for
the
lunar
...



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This booklet includes 31 problems that involve a variety of math skills, including scientific notation, simple algebra, and calculus. Topics covered include black holes, ice on mercury, a mathematical model of the solar interior, sunspots, the heliopause, and coronal mass ejections, among many others. (8.5 x11, 28 pages, 11 color images, PDF file)



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This
booklet
contains
11
problems
and
nine
?Extra
for
Experts?
challenges
that
require
the
student
to
determine
the
scale
of
an
astronomical
image
involving
the
lunar
surface,
Mars,
planets,
stars
and
galaxies.
With
a
millimeter
ruler,
students
use
provided
textual
information
to
determine
the
image
scale
(e.g.
kilometers
per
millimeter)
and
then
identify
the
smallest
and
largest
features
in
the
images
...



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This
booklet
includes
19
problems
that
explore
the
topic
of
radiation
and
human
exposure
to
its
different
forms.
The
problems
span
math
abilities
from
basic
multiplication
and
unit
conversions,
to
algebra
and
calculus.
For
example,
students
learn
about
the
various
natural
radiation
dosages
to
which
they
are
exposed
daily,
work
quantitatively
with
authentic
radiation
dosage
units
to
estimate
the
total
...



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This
booklet
is
a
collection
of
15
problems
that
incorporate
data
from
the
Hinode
solar
observatory.
These
problems
cover
topics
in
sunspot
structure,
spectroscopy,
solar
rotation,
magnetic
fields,
density
and
temperature
of
hot
gases,
and
solar
flares.
The
math
skills
covered
include
finding
the
scale
of
an
image
to
determine
actual
physical
sizes
in
images,
time
calculations,
volumes
of
cylinders,
...



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This
text
explores
a
few
of
the
many
concepts
that
frequently
come
up
in
the
study
of
Earth
systems
and
global
climate
change.
Students
will
be
exposed
to
many
problems
involving
unit
conversion.
Global
climate
change
reports
involve
terms
such
as
kilowatthour,
megawatthour,
and
gigawatthour,
as
well
as
megatons
and
gigatons.
Students
will
become
versed
in
converting
units
where
appropriate,
and
...



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This
is
the
third
in
a
series
of
four
ChemMatters
issues
devoted
to
NASA?s
Earth
Observing
System
(EOS)
Aura
mission
and
it
focuses
on
the
chemistry
of
the
mission.
ChemMatters
is
designed
and
published
for
teachers
to
use
as
a
supplement
to
their
first
year
high
school
chemistry
course,
and
as
a
resource
for
other
high
school
science
teachers.
Article
titles
are:
Whose
Air
Is
It
Anyway
(global
circulation
...



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This
DVD
combines
the
latest
scientific
and
educational
research
to
help
teachers
in
grades
812
deepen
their
own
and
their
students?
understanding
of
our
universe
and
of
the
nature
of
science.
Produced
by
the
HarvardSmithsonian
Center
for
Astrophysics
in
association
with
NASA,
Beyond
the
Solar
System
is
filled
with
video,
print,
and
online
resources.
It
is
designed
for
Earth
and
space
science
educators,
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