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Sun-Earth Day Presents: Ancient Observatories, Timeless Knowledge

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By registering you will receive a free Sun-Earth Day educational kit containing NASA materials rich in science content! You will also receive our monthly Sun-Earth Day e-news.

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The best views of the sun are from space where Earth's atmosphere no longer distorts the seeing. Satellites can capture clear images of solar activity ...Learn More»

Image Gallery Web link

Image Gallery

In the Image Gallery, you will find pictures of ancient and modern observatories that will help you to understand how the sun was viewed through time.Learn More»

Chaco Canyon Web link

Traditons of the Sun

This new experiential Web site lets you explore Chaco Canyon, learning about NASA research on the Sun and Native American solar practices within a larger historical and cultural context.View Website»

Webcasts and Broadcasts

Sun-Earth Day traditionally falls on the Spring Equinox which happened this year on March 20th! However, many Sun-Earth Day events have occurred throughout the year. Check for current information.

Spanish Resources

Take advantage of the many Spanish Resources that are available for you to download and view. More...

Native American Connections
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