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  1. The Bowl of Night Mr. K., NASA/GRC/LTP Edited: Ruth Petersen

  2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Day 1: What We See From Home

  3. Sun Pillar .

  4. Sun - SOHO

  5. Sun Seen in Soft X-Rays

  6. Sun - STS 82

  7. Stars - Other Suns! 1. Star Colors

  8. A Star Thermometer Hotter: 7500 K Sun: 5500 K Cooler: 4000 K

  9. Betelgeuse Rigel Orion - the Hunter

  10. Star Brightness

  11. Star Brightness: Which do You Think is Brighter? A 1 Earth B A 2 B Earth A 3 Earth B

  12. Tycho The Moon - Our Satellite

  13. Quarter Gibbous Crescent 7 Full New 14 Old Crescent 21 Old Gibbous Old Quarter The Moon Sun

  14. How Things Move: The MOON Day 7 Day 5 Day 1 Day 3 West East

  15. The Bowl of Night Mr. K., NASA/GRC/LTP Edited: Ruth Petersen

  16. . . . . Day 2: The Solar System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

  17. Our Solar System!

  18. Rocky Matter (Source of craters) Debris Icy Matter (Source of comets) Formation of the Solar System It began with aNebular Gas Cloud From which developedProto-Sun & Planets From which came theSun, Planets, & Debris Which finally cleared out to leave just theSun & Planets (and their moons, etc.)

  19. Rocky Matter ... What do you see happening here? What do you think that the end result will be? Can we see evidence of this kind of bombardment today?

  20. Mercury - Mariner 10

  21. Venus - Galileo

  22. Radar Map of Venus’ Surface - Magellan

  23. Earth - Apollo 17

  24. Gibraltar Australia Antarctica Mississippi Mt. Etna Earth as Seen from Space

  25. Earth & Moon - Project Galileo

  26. Moon - 20th Century Views

  27. Mars - Viking

  28. Tarsus

  29. A Day to Remember!

  30. Mars Olympus Mons Mariner’s Valley Tarsus Tarsus & Mariner’s Valley

  31. Ida & Dactyl - An Asteroid and its Moon

  32. Gaspra - Galileo

  33. Jupiter - Voyager

  34. Io - Jupiter’s Volcanic Moon

  35. Saturn & Two Moons - Voyager

  36. Storm on Saturn - HST

  37. Uranus - Voyager 2

  38. Neptune - Voyager 2

  39. Pluto and Charon - HST

  40. The Bowl of Night Mr. K., NASA/GRC/LTP Edited: Ruth Petersen

  41. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Day 3: The Universe

  42. Rocky Matter (Source of craters) Debris Icy Matter (Source of comets) Formation of the Solar System It began with aNebular Gas Cloud From which developedProto-Sun & Planets From which came theSun, Planets, & Debris Which finally cleared out to leave just theSun & Planets (and their moons, etc.)

  43. Icy Matter ... Jan Oort’s Cometary Cloud

  44. Comet West

  45. Pleiades Star Cluster

  46. Stars Gas Dust And more stars... Our Galaxy

  47. RotationalAxis Milky Way: Center - COBE

  48. M31 in Andromeda

  49. M15, Globular Cluster M100 - HST M83 Spiral M51, The Whirlpool

  50. M87 Elliptical Galaxy