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Whats new at Imagine the universe?

Imagine the Universe has expanded our collection of coloring pages. Besides the ones showing scenes from NASAs Black Hole Safety video, we now have coloring pages based on stained glass-inspired depictions of Fermi and its science, as well as a set with scenes from the NASAs Tips for Near-light-speed Travel video.

What age is imagine the universe intended for?

Imagine the Universe! Welcome to Imagine the Universe! This site is intended for students age 14 and up, and for anyone interested in learning about our universe. If youre looking for grade school level astronomy information, please see the StarChild web site. Enjoy your cosmic journey!

What is NASAs image library?

NASAs image library, images.nasa.gov, consolidates imagery and videos in one searchable locations. Users can download content in multiple sizes and resolutions and see the metadata associated with images, including EXIF/camera data on many images.

What would a website like Imagine the universe look like?

It would probably look a lot like Imagine the Universe!, a Web site for students ages 14 and up who are interested in exploring distant galaxies, massive black holes, brilliant gamma-ray bursts and the origin of the universe itself.

What would a website like Imagine the universe look like?

It would probably look a lot like Imagine the Universe!, a Web site for students ages 14 and up who are interested in exploring distant galaxies, massive black holes, brilliant gamma-ray bursts and the origin of the universe itself.

What age is imagine the universe intended for?

Imagine the Universe! Welcome to Imagine the Universe! This site is intended for students age 14 and up, and for anyone interested in learning about our universe. If youre looking for grade school level astronomy information, please see the StarChild web site. Enjoy your cosmic journey!

What is Afterschool universe?

Afterschool Universe is an out-of-school-time curriculum for middle schoolers to learn about the universe and the ways that scientists study it.

Do we know what the universe looks like today?” — Michael Schantz, Auburn Hills, Michigan A: Light only travels so fast and there’s always some delay between the observer and the observed. To put it in perspective, the Milky Way is about 881,793,805,977,541,160 miles in diameter — that’s 150,000 light-years.

How big is the universe?

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