Ocean Planet: Rough Cut Galapagos Flyby
The Ocean Planet is a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution which opened in Washington DC on April 22, 1995. A part of the exhibition was a computer flyby of the Pacific Ocean developed in the SVS. This animation represents a stage in the development of that flyby.
Muzikale Sketch Pad Maak je eigen muziek. Componeren van muziek met behulp van dit schetsblok.
Maak je eigen muziek. Componeren van muziek met behulp van dit schetsblok.
Sea Surface Temperature in the Pacific from TRMM: January 1998 through July 1998)
Sea surface temperature in the Pacific Ocean as measured by the TMI instrument on TRMM for the period January 1998 through July 1998
Are business leaders playing the "expectations game" to society's detriment?
Thomson Reuters Digital Editor, Chrystia Freeland, chats with ''Fixing the Game'' author, Roger Martin and ''More Money Than God'' author, Sebastian Mallaby about critically important, but largely overlooked business practices.
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This student done 3:34 video explains human geography and what makes it different than geography in general. It explains features on maps, the different types of maps, and other elements that make this a good overview.
This 1:47 video uses graphics and a narrator to explains how the ocean conveyor belt and how it has affected the Earth's climate and landscape over centuries.
Information about the myths/misconceptions that commonly abound concerning bats which is useful for developing an appreciation of this misunderstood mammal.
Readers can learn about the latest advancements in X-ray astronomy, and how the newest generation of instruments are making observations of the behavior of light, matter, and space-time in the vicinity of black holes. These observations are then compared to results predicted by Einstein's General Theory of Relativity. Links to a glossary are embedded in the text of the article.
Children are encouraged to plant bulbs and then observe the growth of roots and leaves. Includes a diary for recording the bulbs' growth.
Useful glossary with a list of definitions for basic chemistry terms and laws.
Using data from different spacecraft and some powerful computer technology, visualizers at the Goddard Space Flight Center present you with a collection of American cities in a way you have never seen them before. Starting with our camera high above the Earth, we rush in towards the surface at what would be an impossible speed for any known vehicle. Passing though layers of atmosphere, the colors of our destinations shimmer with their own unique characteristics, and suddenly we find ourselves fl
Worksheet with questions and activities for children examining an earthworm.
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The ball and socket joint of a flying animal allows the bones connected to it to move in all sorts of directions. It is usually associated with the shoulder or hip area and connect to appendages the wings or limbs.
A tadpole is what hatches out of the egg that was laid by the adult frog. It lives in water and swims using its tail. It has gills and breathes underwater.
Knockouts are not just for Mice anymore. Aron Geurts and Howard Jacob from the Medical College of Wisconsin talk about their plans for creating transgenic rats using the Sleeping beauty transposon. Coming out of work pioneered by Colin Bishop's lab, Geurts and Jacob describe how the Sleeping Beauty system can be used to make transgenic rats and their plans to make the phenotype data from these rats available via the MCW PGA website (http://pga.mcw.edu) and the strains themselves accessible via a
Baking soda can be used as an indicator of how much acid food contains. You can test grapefruit and orange juice, and you should find that grapefruits and oranges tested with baking soda produce some gas, but less gas when compared to testing lemon and lime juice.
An Introduction to Human Geography
The Ocean's Current Impact on Weather
Imagine The Universe! - X-ray Astronomy Puts Einstein to the Test
Basic Chemistry: Some Laws and Definitions
Great Zoom into New York, NY: Central Park
Flying Animal Skeleton - Ball and Socket Joint
Sleeping Beauty Invades Rat's Genome