Explore light and color in Earth’s atmosphere with a simple hands-on investigation using a prism, glue stick, and pen light.
|Hints for uses in your library||Use the optional video clip, Our World: Sunsets and Atmospheres, to provide a kid-friendly explanation about how NASA uses sunrises and sunsets to measure the health of our atmosphere from aboard the International Space Station.|
GLOBE Observer app
Our World: Sunsets and Atmospheres
"Sky Color" Observation Sheets
What's Up in the Atmosphere? Exploring Colors in the Sky
Ultraviolet Waves by NASA
The Electromagnetic Spectrum
Ultraviolet Radiation: How It Affects Life on Earth
The Sun by NASA
Here Comes the Sun
How Does the Sun Help Us?
Tour of the EMS 06 - Ultraviolet Waves
NASA - Tour of the Electromagnetic Spectrum
NASAeClips: Sunsets and Atmosphere
|Originating Source||NASA Langley Research Center/NASA Wavelength|
[Suggest a book]
If You Were the Moon
The sun is kind of a big deal
Jump Into Science: Sun
Invisible exposure : the science of ultraviolet rays
What are Light Waves?
The Science of Light waves
The game of Light