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Educators' Bridge

provides lessons and guides for teaching about earth's climate and the role of carbon, weather, the sun, wildfires, the water cycle, clouds, storms, atmospheric science, and other earth science topics. (National Center for Atmospheric Research, National Science Foundation)

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Interesting Fact:

The sun is flinging 1 million tons of matter out into space every second. This material is called solar wind. Once the solar wind is blown into space, the particles travel at supersonic speeds of 200-800 km/sec. These particles travel all the way past Pluto and do not slow down until they reach the termination shock within the heliosphere. The heliosphere is the entire region of space influenced by the sun.
From the Atmospheric Science Explorers, lightning over Boulder, CO

Lightning over Boulder, CO—PDF


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