Lessons for Black Holes

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  • Black Holes - Lesson Plan - … * magnetic field lines * miniature black hole * neutron star * potential energy * redshift * resolution * singularity * speed of light * stellar black hole * supermassive black hole * Schwarzchild radius * white dwarf … fate of our Sun. Black holes and wormholes are connected. People often associate wormholes with black holes. The existence of black holes has been inferred by … a Black Hole Really a Hole? This is an introduction module to the concept of a black hole. Students examine the anatomy of a black hole using …
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  • Monster of the Milky Way - … universe, and more. Black hole encyclopedia hubblesite.org/explore astronomy/ black holes/encyclopedia.html Explains the nature, formation, and existence of black holes. Black holes glast.sonoma.edu/teachers/blackholes/ index.html Provides information about black holes; an …
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  • Black Holes: The Ultimate Abyss - … , while black holes have characteristics in common, they differ with regard to size. Explain that black holes come in three sizes: stellar mass black holes, supermassive black holes, and mini-black holes. Explain further that particular characteristics … black hole lifetime of the type of black hole locations (or suspected locations) of the type of black hole evidence for existence of the type of black hole
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  • Black Holes - … black holes, and an opportunity to see actual Hubble images that support the hypothesis of black holes. Planning Ahead Materials: Black Hole student sheet Black Hole teacher sheet Black Holes … be used to assess student understanding about black holes: What does a black hole look like? (A black hole itself is invisible because no light can … of black holes. Extensions Black Holes contains a discussion of some of the popular myths about black holes that have been perpetuated by fictional depictions of black holes
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Activity: a Classical & Relativistic Trip to a Black Hole - … all because the black hole is in the way. However, the gravity of the black hole is bending that light around the black hole and directing … a black hole, is stretched in wavelength to black. Interestingly, if the crew members could see the probe reach the edge of the black hole … of events. Virtual Trips to Black Holes and Neutron Stars Falling into a Black Hole Further Reading: Thorne, Kip; Black Holes & Time Warps, W.W. Norton …
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  • Beyond the Milky Way - … black hole. The largest stars become black holes after they explode, collapsing under the pressure of the tremendous gravity created by the massive object. Black Holes A black hole gets … the black hole. Only after more and more black holes are detected and studied will we understand. With the right instruments and equipment, black holes are …
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  • Black Hole Lesson - … 1. If the students have not learned about black holes, Virtual Trips to Black Holes and Neutron Stars has some excellent animations about how … evidence that black holes exist! 2. Make the following points about black holes: a. Since light cannot escape a black hole, we have to detect black holes by … black holes. Remind them that we generally learn about massive black holes by the x-ray radiation given off as matter falls into the black hole
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  • Will the World End on Friday? - … that will finish us. More common stories are that the black hole at the centre of the galaxy will swallow the Earth … tsunamis and steroids d. giant tsunamis and asteroids 7) the black hole ____ the galaxy will swallow the Earth a. at the … that will finish us. More common stories are that the black hole at the centre of the galaxy will swallow the ( ) one … will finish we / us. More common stories are that the black hole at the centre of the galaxy will gulp / swallow the …
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  • Stars - … infinitely small point and becomes a black hole. Students can use single hole punches to make tiny black holes. 8.)After completing the life cycle … infinitely small point and becomes a black hole. Students can use single hole punches to make tiny black holes. 8.)After completing the life cycle … infinitely small point and becomes a black hole. Students can use single hole punches to make tiny black holes. 8.)After completing the life cycle …
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  • Pulsar Stars and Black Holes - … Describe physical attributes of pulsar stars and black holes Compare the factors which create black MEDIA COMPONENTS holes and pulsar stars Compare and contrast … any current concrete evidence of Black Holes. START the video at the beginning of the segment, Blips, Black Holes and the Nobel Prize. Divide … black their topic sheet, and holes. Ask the students if they think there their worksheet. are black holes. Discuss some of the theories behind black holes
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