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  The Science Information Infrastructure (SII) is a collaboration among teachers and scientists. The SII at the Exploratorium is developing educational resources using NASA images and datasets.


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ExtraSolar planets, Searching for radio signals and more.


Science Online Resource Toolkits  
Additional resources from other SII partners nation-wide.

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Project information from the Center for Extreme Ultraviolet Astrophysics.
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Spectra From Space

Spectra From Space

Each satellite observes a special part of the electromagnetic spectrum.

An introduction to spectra and to the space-based telescopes. The site includes a number of hands-on activities.

Auroras: Paintings in the Sky  
Auroras:Paintings in the Sky

Far north in the night sky, a faint glow appears on the horizon. Green and red flames of light stretch across the sky.

An introduction to auroras and the processes that create these mysterious lights.


Third From the Sun

Third From the Sun: Geographical Features as Seen from Space

The pictures LandSat takes allow us to accurately explore the earth in ways we have never been able to do before.

Technological developments have changed how we view Earth. See LandSat images and learn more about our home planet.


Graphing Stratospheric Ozone
Graphing Stratospheric Ozone

This lesson includes a simple "how-to" graphing example followed by other more sophisticated examples of graphing.

Learn valuable graphing skills and learn about ozone chemistry.


The Great Satellite Search  
The Great Satellite Search!

Students will be asked to find information on the Internet and make a presentation to the class on a satellite.

Students become Internet researchers and learn about NASA satellites.