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Moons: Worlds of Mystery




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High School/Adult Programs

These programs are specifically for high school and other more advanced audiences. OH standards are included with shows where applicable. Click on titles to learn more.

 

Please note, all programs include a live star and constellation indentification unless stated otherwise.

 

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Program Title

Suggested
Grade Level

Broad Topics
Back to the Moon for Good 5 - 12, adults

Lunar X Prize,

modern space travel

Bad Astronomy: Myths and Misconceptions 5 - 12, adults
misconceptions in science, conspiracy theories, scientific thinking
Big 6 - 12 distances, measurements, speed of light
Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity 8 - 12, adults star birth and death, galaxies, supermassive black holes
Chasing the Ghost Particle 9 - 12, adults neutrinos, exploding stars, black holes
Cosmic Castaways 9 - 12, adults galaxy types, gravity
Cosmic Colors 5 - 9

color, light and EM spectrum

Cosmic Origin Spectrograph 9 - 12, adults EM spectrum, spectroscopy
Dark 9 - 12, adults dark matter, evolution of universe
Dynamic Earth 7 - 12, adults

7th grade NGSS, global climate changes

Expanded View 9 - 12, adults EM spectrum, space telescopes, scientific process
Exploring New Horizons 9 - 12, adults Pluto, KBOs, history of planetary discovery
Firefall 5 - 12, adults comets, asteroids, earth's surface
Footsteps 5 - 12, adults history of space technology
From Earth to the Universe 9 - 12, adults Milky Way, galaxies
*NEW* Let it Snow (December) K - 12, families

music, holiday, lights

Journey to a Billion Suns 9 - 12, adults star mapping, cosmic distances
*NEW* Moons: Worlds of Mystery 6 - 12, adults

moons, solar system

Natural Selection 7 - 12, adults

Biology, Evolution, Charles Darwin

The Nature of Science 5 - 12, adults

demystifying science

Nightlights 3.0 (October) 3 - 12, families

music, holiday, lights

Oasis in Space 5 - 12, adults solar system tour
*NEW* SEEING! 7 - 12, adults

optics, light, astronomical distances

STARS 5 - 12, adults types of stars, history of Astronomy
Two Small Pieces of Glass 5 - 12, adults telescopes
What Are Constellations? 5 - 12, adults history of constellations
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