Project Earth Science: Astronomy, Revised 2nd Edition, involves students in activities that focus on Earth's position in our solar system. How do we measure astronomical distances? How can we look back in time as we gaze across vast distances in space? How would our planet be different without its particular atmosphere and distance to our star? What are the geometries among Earth, the Moon, and the Sun that yield lunar phases and seasons? Students explore these concepts and others in 11 teacher-tested activities.Another preconception many people have is that since the same side of the Moon always faces Earth, the Moon must not ... For more information on daytime Moon calendars, go to http://planetariumwelmmadisonlel2.wi.us/mooncal/ daymoon.
|Title||:||Project Earth Science|
|Author||:||Geoff Holt, Nancy W. West|
|Publisher||:||NSTA Press - 2011|