Science on a Sphere

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Science On A Sphere Training
SOS iPad and AMX User Manual.pdf

SOS iPad App Training Video from NOAA
Scale of Geologic Features on SOS.pdf

DMNS SOS Evaluation Reports and Articles
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PPDR_DMNS-SOS-Summative Report (12-23-13 revision).pdf

WEB RESOURCES
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NOAA

SOS Movies on YouTube by NOAA SOS

What is Science on a Sphere?
A large visualization system that uses computers and video projectors to display animated data onto the outside of a sphere.

Data Catalog
Datasets are divided into the categories of Atmosphere, Ocean, Land, Astronomy, Models and Simulations, and Extras.

EarthNow-tn.jpg EarthNow Dataset Content
Real-time EarthNow Blog

MULTIMEDIA - IMAGES
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MULTIMEDIA - MOVES/INTERACTIVES
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MOVIES

SOS Movies on YouTube by NOAA SOS

EOS_still.jpgNASA Earth Observing Fleet
This animation shows the orbits of NASA's current (as of May 2013) fleet of Earth remote sensing observatories.

PLAYLISTS ----------------------------------

Starter Playlist

A Tale of Three Planets

Air Quality

Earth Cycles

Earth Systems Playlist

Fifty Popular Datasets

Japan Earthquake/Tsunami

Kiosk Datasets

MAVEN - Invisible Mars

Plate Tectonics

See the Seas

The Sun

Mars Exploration (script only)

ONE POINT MODULES -----------------------

Where Does Pollution Come From

How Good are Computer Wind and Weather Models

EXTRAS  (SOS MOVIES) ---------------------

Teen Science Scholar Presentation -
Mars Exploration

Teen Science Scholar Presentation - Juno mission to Jupiter

Teen Science Scholar Presentation - Voyager Program

Forecast: Tropical Cyclone

The Wanderers

UNDER DEVELOPMENT -----------------------

See the People

INTERACTIVES

EarthMoonViewer.jpg Earth/Moon Viewer
View a real-time map of the Earth showing the day and night regions. View the Earth from the Sun, the Moon, the night side of the Earth, above any location on the planet specified by latitude, longitude and altitude, from a satellite in Earth orbit, or above various cities around the globe.

 

 

 

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