|Constellation Prizes: Leonid Meteors and Making Comets in the Science Classroom|
In this lesson, students learn about meteors, meteorites, and comets by reading and discussing a related New York Times article about the Leonid meteor showers and the methods that scientists are using to learn from these meteors. Students then create and observe a comet in their classroom.
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DLESE Catalog ID: DWEL-000-000-000-318
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Author: Alison Zimbalist
The New York Times Learning Network