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Sun-Earth Day 2007 presents: Living in the Atmosphere of the Sun

Sun-Earth Day 2007 presents: Living in the Atmosphere of the Sun

Stay up to date with the latest Sun-Earth Day news, programs and special events from around the world.


Solar Week
Solar Week
From February 26 -March 2, enjoy a full week of games, lessons and activities focusing on our Sun and its relationship to the Earth and aimed at middle and high school students. Interact in real-time with solar scientists on the message board on everything from "How hot is the Sun?" to "What did you want to be when you were a kid?"
IPY Virtual Launch on March 1st.
One of the main themes of the International Polar Year is the study of Earth's changing ice and snow, and its impact on our planet and our lives. On 1 March 2007, students and teachers around the world are invited to help launch the IPY in your classrooms.
NASA Connect Show
In NASA CONNECT™, Path of Totality: Measuring Angular Size and Distance©, students learn about the natural phenomena that create a total eclipse.


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Print Media
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Space Weather Fact

The March 13, 1989 Quebec blackout, the result of a major geomagnetic storm, caused a $6 billion loss to the Canadian economy.

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