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Geographic Wonders Issue Date: 04-16-2017

Cool Spots image In the study of geography we learn about many remarkable places on Earth, but have you ever wondered what their physical features look like? AirPano, airpano.com, provides 360-degree views of 3,000 of the most beautiful areas on Earth. Begin at the World Map to select places you’re interested in. Visit the Taj Mahal in India or stand on Mount Everest in the Himalayas. See the beautiful Polar Lights in Iceland, or travel to Finland to dive underwater in the White Sea, the world’s first “under ice” panorama, where salt water freezes when the temperature falls below zero. Read the articles to learn more about each place.

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Curious Einstein Issue Date: 04-02-2017

Cool Spots image Albert Einstein was named “Person of the Century” by Time magazine in 2000. The American Museum of Natural History showcases his amazing accomplishments in Physics, amnh.org/explore/ology/physics. Einstein in Time is a snapshot of his early life, interests, career and awards. Make an Atomic Mobile or try one of the other experiments provided. Light, Matter and Energy were concepts that Einstein studied a great deal. Take the virtual tour to see where he got his ideas, including history’s most famous math equation. Learn which famous scientists inspired him in Web Master. Train of Thought is a series of “thought experiments” that will challenge your imagination.

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Ocean Explorers Issue Date: 03-12-2017

Cool Spots imageNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Explorer goes deep under the sea in Multimedia Discovery Missions, oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/ edu/learning/welcome.html. Watch a video about what causes 2,000 earthquakes and volcanoes annually in Plate Tectonics. Did you know that Earth’s largest mountain range is at the bottom of the ocean? Most volcanoes occur in Mid-Ocean Ridges. In Lesson 5, learn how Hydrothermal Vents allow the planet’s own heat to provide the power that sustains life on the ocean floor. Read about hurricanes, the largest storms on Earth, in Lesson 13.

Visit: http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/edu/learning/welcome.html
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Careers in NASA Issue Date: 03-12-2017

Cool Spots image Did you know that students write to NASA every day asking about requirements to work there when they grow up? NASA’s Student Career Corner, nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/ 5-8/career/index.html, answers these questions. Meet Katherine Johnson, a brilliant mathematician and “human computer” who graduated from college at age 18 and worked at NASA for 33 years. While the most well-known careers at NASA are astronaut and scientist, you might be surprised at the variety of professionals who conduct the work of the agency. Check out We Are the Martians to learn more.

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Awesome Science Projects Issue Date: 03-05-2017

Cool Spots imageDid you know that science fairs aren’t just for school? Google Science Fair, googlesciencefair.com, is open to individual students and teams between ages 13 and 18, who compete to win prizes such as scholarships and travel opportunities. Read the details in Competition Overview. Are you having trouble selecting a project? In Participants, use the Make Better Generator to narrow your search based on your interests. Whether you decide to compete in Google’s next contest or a school fair, Judging criteria shows you what science fairs look for. In For Teachers and Mentors, learn how to turn a question into a project idea.

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