Standard Deviant Astronomy DVD's - 2 pack

Standard Deviant Astronomy DVD's - 2 pack

Publisher: Cerebellum
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$33.95
Humor and academics fit together in all Standard Deviant DVD's and Video's. Use these supplemental materials to assist and entertain with teaching the various subjects.

Astronomy Part One covers: ancient astronomy, The Celestial Sphere, Zenith, Nadir, Meridian, the history of astronomy, Aristarchus, Ptolemy, The Copernican Revolution, Keplers' Laws, p2=a2, Galileo, Newton, gravity, universal law of gravitation, other applications of gravity, light and the spectrum, emission spectra, absorption spectra, Planck's Law, properties of light, Wein's Law, Stefan's Law, Kirchhoff's Laws, the doppler effect, reflecting telescopes, refracting telescopes, radio telescopes, the Earth: Earth's interior, the atmosphere, the turning earth, the coriolis effect, the moon: origins of the moon, surface features of the moon, cratering, phases and rotation of the moon, tides.

Astronomy Part Two covers: Mercury, Venus, Mars (Phobos, Delmos), Jupiter (Ganymede, Callisto, Europa, Io), asteroids, cosmic abundance, Saturn (Titan), Neptune (Triton), Uranus (Miranda), Pluto (Charon), comets, meteoroids, solar wind, solar flares, Layers of the Sun (core, radiative zone, convective zone, photosphere, chromosphere, corona), fusion, proton-proton cycle, hydrostatic equilibrium, sunspots, prominences.

With these DVDs, you can jump around with the touch of a button and skip over those sections you have already mastered. These highly interactive DVDs also permit you to interact directly with the tutorial through drill-style quizzes and multiple-choice tests. DVD also delivers higher quality picture and sound than VHS.

Book Title Standard Deviant Astronomy DVD's - 2 pack
Publisher: Cerebellum
Humor and academics fit together in all Standard Deviant DVD's and Video's. Use these supplemental materials to assist and entertain with teaching the various subjects.

Astronomy Part One covers: ancient astronomy, The Celestial Sphere, Zenith, Nadir, Meridian, the history of astronomy, Aristarchus, Ptolemy, The Copernican Revolution, Keplers' Laws, p2=a2, Galileo, Newton, gravity, universal law of gravitation, other applications of gravity, light and the spectrum, emission spectra, absorption spectra, Planck's Law, properties of light, Wein's Law, Stefan's Law, Kirchhoff's Laws, the doppler effect, reflecting telescopes, refracting telescopes, radio telescopes, the Earth: Earth's interior, the atmosphere, the turning earth, the coriolis effect, the moon: origins of the moon, surface features of the moon, cratering, phases and rotation of the moon, tides.

Astronomy Part Two covers: Mercury, Venus, Mars (Phobos, Delmos), Jupiter (Ganymede, Callisto, Europa, Io), asteroids, cosmic abundance, Saturn (Titan), Neptune (Triton), Uranus (Miranda), Pluto (Charon), comets, meteoroids, solar wind, solar flares, Layers of the Sun (core, radiative zone, convective zone, photosphere, chromosphere, corona), fusion, proton-proton cycle, hydrostatic equilibrium, sunspots, prominences.

With these DVDs, you can jump around with the touch of a button and skip over those sections you have already mastered. These highly interactive DVDs also permit you to interact directly with the tutorial through drill-style quizzes and multiple-choice tests. DVD also delivers higher quality picture and sound than VHS.