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How Big Is the Universe?

Show Description:

Your students will hop on stepping stones to bigger and bigger places, starting with the planetarium and then to the moon, the Solar System, nearby stars, the Milky Way galaxy, and clusters of galaxies. The students will use various methods to determine distance: parallax, "radar," and comparing the brightnesses of objects.



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This program is available in electronic format, with all images and movies included, from the following sources:

Lawrence Hall of Science 
Discovery Corner Store
Sky-Skan users: http://www.skyskan.com/interact Digitarium users: http://digitaliseducation.com/products-curricula-pass
Digistar users:  Contact E&S to request a copy of this program.

For questions regarding content,
e-mail Alan Gould.


Classroom Activities:
All activities copyright 1993 by the Regents of The University of California





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