Summary of Content: See the gas giants from the point of view of a space probe. Tour the different atmospheres, ring systems and moons of the
outer planets. Compare Pluto to the Jovian worlds, comets and asteroids.
Consider impact craters and make your own; see what it’s really like in the
far reaches of the solar neighborhood.
Table of Contents:
4. Neptune and Pluto
5. Comets, Asteroids and Meteoroids
Measurement Systems and SI Units
Careers in Science
Special Features: Interactive multimedia
tutorials, Two text levels: Students can
toggle between grades 9-12 and grades 6-8
text levels or stay at one of the two text
levels throughout. All vocabulary checked
for age appropriateness. 3D Virtual
Laboratory: Select samples, instruments,
tools, planets and natural environments.
Design and perform dynamic, discovery
oriented experiments, then analyze and plot
data to confi rm or deny hypotheses. Each
student learns by doing science and being a
scientist. Free upgrades for one year from
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