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A PLACE FOR LIFE

Formation of Our Solar System

Ingredients for Life

Habitability

Research Profiles

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A Place for Life: A Special Astronomy Exhibit of Understanding Evolution

Suggested Classroom Activities

Anyone Out There? - NASA Night Sky Network/Astronomical Society of the Pacific

Earth Timeline Activity and Watery Worlds - NASA Night Sky Network/Astronomical Society of the Pacific

Extraordinary Claims - Technical Education Research Centers (TERC)

Habitable Planets - Lawrence Hall of Science/UC Berkeley

Habitable Worlds - SETI Institute.

Life in the Extreme - NASA Night Sky Network/Astronomical Society of the Pacific

The Xtreme-o-philes - Mars Space Flight Facility, Arizona State University

Looking for Life - NASA

What Can Life Tolerate? - Chris Randall at Technical Education Research Centers (TERC)

What Makes a World Habitable? - Chris Randall at Technical Education Research Centers (TERC)

What's Your Limit? - Chris Carr/ NSC Creative. Note: This activity was produced in the UK where grade levels are as follows: KS3 (ages 11-14), KS4 (14-16), and KS5 (16-18). 

Who Can Live Here: Life in Extreme Environments - NASA/Montana State University


Habitability
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