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Examine Earth from a new perspective.
Observe a raindrop traveling through various paths of the water cycle.
Observe a visual model of Earth's spheres.
Observe an animation showing evidence of the carbon cycle.
Examine a case of how technology facilitated discovery.
Observe some products of a Geographic Information System (GIS).
Observe one place at many scales.Keycode: ES0302
Observe many representations of a single place.
Observe an animation showing the origin of the solar system.
Explore a model of Earth's daily rotation.
Explore a model of Earth's yearly revolution around the sun.
Observe evidence of Earth turning about an axis.
Observe the view of the night sky from the same location over a year.
Examine 3-D models of common molecules.
Observe common objects made of minerals.
Observe a model of a buckminsterfullerene.
Examine rocks from a satellite view and zoom in to a microscopic view.
Observe an animation of clastic sedimentary rocks forming.
Observe how sediments are deposited.
Observe an animation of metamorphic rocks forming.
Observe an animation showing coal form.
Observe an animation of nuclear fission.
Observe how alternating magnetic polarity is recorded in rocks at mid-ocean ridges.
Observe an animation of convection in the mantle.
Examine an animation of plate movement predicted for the future.
Observe animations of processes that occur along plate boundaries.
Observe an animation of the breakup of Pangaea.
Observe an animation showing growth of a continent.
Observe an animation of volcanism at a subduction zone.
Observe an animation of volcanic islands forming over a hot spot.
Observe an animation of volcanism along a rift zone.
Examine video clips of erupted materials.
Observe animations of earthquake waves.
Examine a map showing earthquake risks.
Observe video taken during an earthquake.
Examine P and S waves moving through Earth's interior.
Examine animations of fault motion.
Observe an animation of the Himalayas forming.
Observe the effects of mechanical weathering.
Examine a landscape formed by erosion.
Observe the chemical weathering of feldspar to clay.
Observe how sediment is transported by flowing water.
Observe changes in the channel of a meandering river.
Observe river erosion creating waterfalls and chasms.
Observe an animation showing how geysers erupt.
Observe an animation of cave formation.
Examine the seasonal migration of snow cover.
Observe the retreat of ice sheets from North America.
Observe how glaciers erode bedrock surfaces.
Observe changes in Earth's orbit that contribute to climate change.
Observe an animation showing the formation of an arch.
Observe an animation of wave motion.
Examine an example of wave erosion.
Observe the formation of loess deposits.
Observe waves as they break on the shore.
Observe auroras as seen from the ground and from space.
Examine infrared images that show variation in surface temperature.
Observe seasonal changes in the amount of sunlight reaching locations on Earth.
Observe forest fires as seen from space.
Observe animated satellite images of water vapor.
Observe clouds form and dissipate.
Observe images of advection fog.
Examine an animation of hail forming.
Observe how air pressure affects a rising balloon.
Observe an animation of land and sea breezes.
Observe how the Coriolis effect influences wind direction.
Examine how barometric pressure changes with weather conditions.
Observe an animation of the Coriolis effect over Earth's surface.
View satellite movies of air masses moving across North America.
Observe an animation of a thunderstorm.
Observe an animation of a hurricane.
Compare and contrast warm and cold fronts.
Examine an animation of a tornado.
Observe images of different climate zones.
Observe how nature records climate change.
Explore a 3-D model of water molecules.
Explore coral reefs around the world.
Discover areas of highest plant productivity in the ocean.
Explore life at a hydrothermal vent.
Observe the origins of some ocean floor sediments.
Observe islands in various stages of atoll formation.
Examine global surface currents.
Observe how upwelling occurs.
Observe how the monsoon changes direction.
Observe images illustrating the impact theory of the moon's formation.
Observe a lunar eclipse.
Examine the phases of the moon from Earth and space.
Observe solar eclipses.
Examine the sun at different wavelengths.
Examine the vast distances between planets in the solar system.
Observe an animation of a comet's passage through the solar system.
Observe how radar was used to map Venus.
Observe an animation of meteor showers.
Observe an exploded star at different wavelengths.
Examine eclipsing binary stars from several perspectives.
Examine the Milky Way Galaxy at different scales.
Observe the change in a star's spectrum as its motion changes.
Observe the life stages of stars from birth to death.
Observe some regular, irregular, and very peculiar galaxies.
Observe how fossils can form.