July 19, 2002
Space Telescope Science Institute
In "Galaxy Hunter," students can go online and use actual data from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to study galaxies in deep space. Produced by the formal education team at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Md., the interdisciplinary, Web-based lesson blends astronomy and math skills. A team of scientists, teachers, artists, and Web programmers developed the interactive lesson to bring the results of cutting-edge astronomical observations into the classroom.
Journey to the deepest regions of space and wrestle with the cosmic giants called galaxies.
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