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The AstrOlympics Project: SPEED
The AstrOlympics Project: SPEED
By converting speeds from common experiences into meters per second, we can use this as a reference point for exploring the enormous range of speeds around the world and across the Universe. (2016-06-23)
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The AstrOlympics Project: SPEED (06-23-2016)
By converting speeds from common experiences into meters per second, we can use this as a reference point for exploring the enormous range of speeds around the world and across the Universe.

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Coloring the Universe - Part 2 (08-04-2015)
Last time, we looked at the electromagnetic spectrum. This time we'll look at how astronomical images are made.


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Chandra's Sweet Sixteen (07-28-2015)
This year, NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory celebrates its own "sweet 16."

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--  Chandra's Sweet Sixteen

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Introduction to OpenFITS (01-23-2015)
We would like to step through our new tutorial on creating a multiwavelength composite image of M101 using GIMP.

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Chandra - 15 Years and Counting (11-24-2014)
Celebrating 15 years of science with NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory: Chandra allows scientists from around the world to obtain X-ray images of exotic environments to help understand the structure and evolution of the universe.

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--  Chandra - 15 Years and Counting

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The Flow of Electric Charge (05-28-2013)
While most of us use electricity every day without thinking about it, maybe take a moment to look around.

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Shadows: Light That Does Not Pass (04-17-2013)
Shadows occur on other planets as well. One excellent place to look for shadows in our Solar System is the planet Jupiter.

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STOP for Science: When Stars Go Boom (03-27-2013)
Our Sun is a star. In fact, it is the closest star we'll ever see. The Sun is about 5 billion years old and will live for about 5 billion more. But not all stars live this long.

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Ice Core Records: From Volcanoes to Supernovas (Part II) (02-04-2013)
While astronomers know that Cassiopeia A, or Cas A for short, is the aftermath of a massive star that exploded, it is unclear exactly when the explosion took place.

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--  Ice Core Records - From Volcanoes to Supernovas
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Spirals in Nature (11-07-2012)
Looking at a hurricane from this point of view, we can see that the storm is, in fact, a giant spiral shape.

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