Two bottles -- one painted black, the other painted white -- are covered with balloons and placed in bright sunlight.
|Add a Tech Twist||Try using an infrared thermometer or even an infrared camera to visualize the different temperatures.|
NASAeClips: Earth’s Energy Balance – Energy In and Energy Out
Where Does the Sun's Energy Come From? Space Place in a Snap!
Make Sun S'mores
Meet the Sun power people!
Tower of Power
Play Power Up!
STEMonstrations: Solar Energy
Energy Awareness Month to Focus on Solar Power
How Has NASA Improved Solar Energy?
5 Green NASA Inventions
Four Decades and Counting: New NASA Instrument Continues Measuring Solar Energy Input to Earth
NASA's Parker Solar Probe Sheds New Light on the Sun
Follow the Sun
What is an Urban Heat Island?
Using Green Roofs to Reduce Urban Heat Islands
E-Training Surface Temperature - GLOBE Program
|Originating Source||Center of Science and Industry/How to Smile|
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