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From the Internet to Outer Space
In this activity, learners will use Google Sky to observe features of the night sky and share their observations.
Star SearchAdd to list Details
In this online activity, learners can test their skills at finding constellations in the northern hemisphere's night sky.
Constellation ChamberAdd to list Details
Learners build 3D representations of constellations, which show not just the position of the stars as seen from Earth but also their relative distance from Earth.
In this activity, young learners explore the basic shapes of constellations by making their own scope out of a cardboard tube and paper with pinpricks.
Globe at Night
In this international citizen science activity, learners measure their night sky brightness and submit their observations into an online database.
In this activity, learners will explore what a constellation is and make their own.
In this activity, learn about the cultural stories behind constellations. Then recreate your favorite constellations using marshmallows and toothpicks.
StargazingAdd to list Details
In this nighttime, outdoor activity, learners keep a record of what they see in the sky by drawing constellations, the Moon, and making note of the weather and conditions each day.
In this activity, learners will create their very own constellation.
Build the Big DipperAdd to list Details
Learners use simple materials to construct a model the Big Dipper. Learners hang the model from a doorway or ceiling and look up at it to see the constellation as seen from Earth.