Bulletin Board Visual Aid for Astronomy

Bulletin Board Visual Aid for Astronomy
Bulletin Board Visual Aid for Astronomy
Bulletin Board Visual Aid for Astronomy
Bulletin Board Visual Aid for Astronomy
Bulletin Board Visual Aid for Astronomy
Bulletin Board Visual Aid for Astronomy
Bulletin Board Visual Aid for Astronomy
Bulletin Board Visual Aid for Astronomy
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This is a diagram I use to help students understand how different celestial bodies are created and relationships between each. This diagram is slowly built as we progress from the very beginning of the universe: gas and dust, to the "life cycle of a star"--including just some of the possibilities such as creation of planetary nebulae, supernovae and black holes, the beginning of a planetary system, and how the universe is a cycle. Eventually everything dissipates back to the beginning elements of gas and dust.

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1 page
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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