Where in the Solar System is this Image?
Date: May 10, 2012
Time: 1:15 - 2:30pm Eastern; 12:15 â€“ 1:30pm Central; 11:15 - 12:30am Mountain; 10:15-11:30am Pacific (Note: Presentation will be ~50 minutes; Additional 10-25 minutes provided for extra Q&A for those who wish to remain on the line.) *Note: AZ is currently on Pacific time.
Lead Speaker:Paige Graff and Will Stefanov, Jacobs/JETS @ NASA Johnson Space Center
Description: Join this distance learning event (Where in the Solar System is this Image?) for an interactive presentation connecting your students with a scientist at the NASA Johnson Space Center. Have your students practice their observation, critical thinking, geography, and solar system knowledge skills. Students will view astronaut imagery of Earth and remote sensing imagery of other planetary bodies in our Solar System as they identify features, planetary locations, and learn the significance behind imagery being shared.
Presentation Method: WebEx (once you register you will receive the WebEx instructions and toll-free call-in number one week prior to the actual event)
Technical Requirements: Speaker phone and internet connected computer