A breakdown of the types of energy that Earth receives from the sun.
Describes characteristics of solar energy including the electromagnetic spectrum and movement.
Learn about visible light in the Electromagnetic spectrum. Did you know that visible light is represented by only 1 inch on an electromagnetic scale of over 2,000 miles?
Students analyze satellite images and solar radiation measurements to determine cloud coverage, location, and movement.
Reviews characteristics of solar energy, including its movement and the electromagnetic spectrum.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Solar Energy on Earth.
To use prior knowledge of root words to learn new vocabulary words using Etymology.
To organize information and provide a visual representation and summary that identifies the differences and similarities between two topics using a Venn Diagram.
Come up with questions about a topic and learn new vocabulary words to determine answers using an Ask, Answer, Learn table.
Students learn the potential effects of a solar storm would have on our world, look at current solar weather data, and use real data to practice measuring and predicting solar storms themselves.
Refraction is the reason the sky is blue or red at sunrise and sunset. Refraction is explained.
Learn how the radiation exposure received by airline pilots over their career can lead to illness and how researchers are hoping to minimize their exposure.
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