Lessons for Hubble Telescope

Page 1 of 134 results

  • Background on HST Images on Lesson Slides Disk - … galaxy is closer to Earth. This Hubble telescope photo of the oddball galaxy is presented by the Hubble Heritage team. The image shows … 2001-07 The Hubble telescope has snapped this remarkable view of a perfectly "edge-on" galaxy, NGC 4013. This new Hubble picture reveals … see almost edge-on in this Hubble telescope view. Sombrero Galaxy, 2003-28 One of the largest Hubble mosaics ever assembled, this magnificent …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • FAR OUT! - … more than four light years away. Tell students that the Hubble telescope can view objects in space that are thousands of light … more than four light years away. Tell students that the Hubble telescope can view objects in space that are thousands of light … more than four light years away. Tell students that the Hubble telescope can view objects in space that are thousands of light … more than four light years away. Tell students that the Hubble telescope can view objects in space that are thousands of light …
    User Rating:
  • Mission Mastermind - … causes sunburns. General Misconceptions: The Hubble Space Telescope is "broken" and needs to be fixed. The Hubble Space Telescope is a manned satellite, with … orbits the Earth. The Hubble Space Telescope can only "see" the visible area of the spectrum. The Hubble Space Telescope can observe celestial bodies … instruments on Hubble, which has led to new discoveries. An alternative method is to ask students to use the Hubble telescope Website to …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • A Distant View - … space is possible? - When was the Hubble Telescope first launched, and what are the objectives of the Hubble Project? Evaluation / Assessment: Students will … Hubble Space Project" (http://hubble.nasa.gov/) and HowStuffWorks: Hubble (http://www.howstuffworks.com/hubble.htm).] How does the Hubble Telescope differ from the simple telescope you built in class? 2. The invention of the telescope is …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Hubble, Hubble Toil and Trouble - … NASA's Hubble Space Telescope History, programs and news on the Hubble Telescope NASA Interactive Feature: "STS-125 Final Shuttle Mission to the Hubble Telescope" Amazing … students and educators Space.com: Hubble Space Telescope History, articles, images and multimedia features on the Hubble Telescope Space Telescope Science Institute Home of programs and public outreach activities for the Hubble Space Telescope *Extensions: -Create a model of the Hubble Telescope
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • The Great Hubble - … more than four light-years away.) Tell students that the Hubble telescope can view objects in space that are thousands of light … developers of the Hubble and how the great space telescope was "rescued." Suggested Readings Hubble Vision: Astronomy with the Hubble Space Telescope Carolyn Collins Petersen … ." The Hubble Space Telescope: Design and Development This clickable map of the Hubble Space Telescope will help your students to understand how the telescope works …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Eye in the Sky - … the Hubble (http://www.discovery.com/area/specials/hubble/hubble1.html) is online mission control for all things Hubble. Live From The Hubble Space Telescope (http://www.passporttoknowledge.com/hst/) lets students help select targets for the Hubble Space Telescope, humanity … .thetech.org/exhibits_events/online/hubble/) from the Tech Museum of Innovation brings you the latest news from the Hubble Telescope and explains how …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Beyond the Milky Way - … the human eye. Engineers also design high-powered telescopes (such as the Hubble Space Telescope) that can detect changes in patterns of orbit … distant nebulae in the universe. Two years later, Edwin Hubble (the Hubble telescope is named after him) confirmed and expanded on these observations … everyone learns about all aspects of this amazing telescope. Start with a Hubble Space Telescope diagram at: http://quest.nasa.gov/hst/images …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • I've Got Your Number - … paste -paper (two pieces per student) -classroom blackboard -copies of "Hubble Telescope Yields Data for Recalculating Age of Universe" (one per student … from the Hubble telescope, and how do these findings differ from past thoughts on the universe? c. What is the "Hubble constant"? d … , adversary, theoretical, astrophysicist, refined, constituting Extension Activities: 1. Research the Hubble telescope and the scientific findings it has helped us to understand …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Scoping Out Space - … the Hubble telescope. 2. Examine the latest advances in telescope technology by reading and discussing "Astronomy's New Grail: The $1 Billion Telescope." 3 … by the Hubble Telescope, a telescope that has cost NASA nearly 6 billion dollars (including repairs and improvements to the original telescope). Are images … "? - How do refractor, reflector and catadioptric telescopes differ in design? - What have scientists learned from Hubble telescope images? Evaluation / Assessment: Students will be …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
Copyright © 2017 Lesson Corner. All rights reserved.