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AP5232 - $12.10
View close-up the extraordinary “cities of the universe” that scientists refer to as galaxies! This poster has 24 spectacular, deep space images and brief descriptions of each. Your students will learn about: • Anatomy of our Milky Way and other spiral...
AP5233 - $28.35
Turn out the lights-and experience the awe of the clear, sparkling night sky! The stars and constellations actually glow in the dark on this dramatic black-background yet brightly-colored map of the universe! Students learn to locate stars and constellations...
AP5238 - $17.75
Watch this fiery meteor, or “shooting star,” as it makes its descent towards the Earth! This dramatic illustration is surrounded by 20 pictorial insets with descriptions of the three known types of meteorites-stone, iron, and stony-iron....
AP5240 - $12.10
A unique portrait of the bold planet that is our Earth! Dramatic, digital portrait shows Earth suspended in the vastness and blackness of space. Generated by three different satellite images layered on top of one another and then draped over a digital...
AP5294 - $12.10
The huge, dynamic comet sprawling through space on the center of this poster spontaneously grabs your eye! Awesome close-up photographs of some of the most famous comets are displayed along with a series of photos showing an increasingly in-depth view...
AP5295 - $20.55
This strikingly beautiful chart displays 35 deep space photos. The selection of vibrantly colored photographs contains examples of the many diverse types of bodies that populate the Universe. Chart starts with photos of our sun and solar system in...
AP5235 - $13.35
Experience the magic of the exhilarating night sky! Locate and identify hundreds of stars and constellations with this easy-to-use star chart. Simply turn the chart so the current date is at the top and see the orientation of the stars at any given...
AP5236 - $13.35
An awesome view of our solar system is complemented with loads of detailed information! Get a perspective on the relative distances of the planets from the Sun, the planet sizes, and relative orbits. Learn about the comets and asteroids in our Solar...
AP5138 - $85.45
This breathtaking globe is actually two globes in one! Teach about the amazing stars, constellations, and nebulae with the brilliant lithography printed in color on the deep blue background. Then darken the room lights and turn on the globe's interior...
AP5139 - $77.45
This extraordinary lunar landscape globe is NASA approved. Locate geographical features of the Moon including craters, “seas,” and mountain ranges. See the site of the first manned Apollo 11 landing. This 12"-diameter Moon of blue-gray...
AP5140 - $217.50
Gaze at our amazing Earth through the transparent celestial sphere. Use this eye-catching globe to demonstrate the relationship between Earth and the stars, planets, galaxies, and other celestial objects in the Universe. The 12"-diameter, acrylic star...
AP5141 - $132.40
Gaze at our amazing Earth through the transparent celestial sphere. Use this eye-catching globe to demonstrate the relationship between Earth and the stars, planets, galaxies, and other celestial objects in the Universe. The 12"-diameter, acrylic...
AP5231 - $9.20
This “glow-in-the-dark” star finder is your perfect guide to the night sky! Simply dial in the date and hour on the finder to see the position of the stars at any time-then take the dial outside to help you map out the sky. Zodiac dial...
AP5298 - $16.45
This big, bright poster is packed with fascinating information about our powerful Sun. Great educational reference with illustrations of the core, radiative, and convective zones, the photosphere, chromosphere, and sun spots. Also shows the nebula,...
AP5131 - $120.80
Students “see” and “feel” what our fascinating Solar System looks like with this hand-operated, heliocentric model. The bright yellow 6"-diameter Sun is the center of this Copernican model, which shows the motions of the planets, their relative...
AP5132 - $210.90
What is that cloudy band of stars up in the sky? Clarify the relationship of the Earth and our galaxy with this unique Milky Way model. Show your students the structure of the galaxy, its dimensions, and the Sun's position. Illustrate why the night...
AP6464 - $23.05
How do planets travel around the Sun? This simple overhead apparatus helps illustrate the elliptical orbits of the planets. Students will use observations from the teacher demonstration and perform mathematical calculations to find the elliptical orbits....
AP6600 - $38.55
Constellations are groups of stars in the shapes of mythical heroes, kings, queens, monsters, and gods. Introduce your students to four of the most famous constellations-the Gemini Twins, Orion the Great Hunter, Leo the Lion, and Ursa Major-the Great...
AP6739 - $10.65
Why does the Moon appear to have different shapes that repeat on a monthly cycle? What do the terms waxing and waning mean? In this activity, students will be given lunar and solar longitude data and map the orbit of the Moon for a full month's time!...
AP5134 - $184.85
Demonstrate the relationship between the Sun, the Earth, and the Moon without draining your budget! The Orbiter is a hand-operated working model designed to show basic Earth and Moon motions and to explain the causes of the seasons and phases of the...
AP5135 - $490.85
Create the motions of the Earth, Sun, Moon, and Venus simultaneously with this gear-and-chain driven planetarium. The light from the illuminated 6"-diameter Sun follows the revolving Earth to show solar, lunar, and annular eclipses, phases of...
AP5137 - $37.40
Take a field trip to the planetarium without leaving your classroom! Guide your students on a fascinating, astronomical journey through space and time with the one-hour audio tour. Star Theater is a halogen planetarium projector, in miniature, that...
AP5136 - $968.65
Just plug it in, turn it on, and watch the synchronized orbital movements of the Sun, Earth, the Moon, and Venus. This motorized version of the planetarium has all of the dependable features as AP5135, yet it is fully automated. 16½" H x 16½"...
AP6545 - $546.25
Study the Solar System in detail! This professional quality 114 mm diameter Bushnell Reflector telescope will take your students on a lifetime of journeys to the stars. Extra large objective mirror lets in ample light for bright, crisp images. High-quality...
AP7295 - $12.10
Grab your students’ attention and capture their imagination with this stunning poster! Beyond the sun and the planets, there are many fascinating objects in the night sky—and they are not standing still! Stars are born and die, they clump together...
AP7123 - $159.85
Spectacular views at a great value! See the stars on a budget with the Spacestation™ refracting telescope! This powerful scope offers many advanced features to make the moon and planets stand out in detail. Easy-to-use slow-motion controls help keep...
AP7326 - $45.40
Let students see for themselves the difference between a circle and the elliptical path a planet follows as it orbits the Sun. In this hands-on activity, students construct ellipses and then explore the shape of a planet’s orbit as they investigate...
AP7319 - $16.15
How do the radius of an orbit and gravitational forces affect orbital speed? In this demonstration, a unique hand-held apparatus will be assembled and used to demonstrate orbital speed and centripetal force. Students will use the data collected during...
AP7463 - $97.45
Recreate the lunar cycle right in your classroom! Hands-on manipulation of this unique astronomy model demonstrates lunar phases in a memorable way. Turn down the lights and use the lighted sphere for an even more dramatic effect. Use the Moon Phaser...
AP7591 - $12.10
What causes a solar eclipse? Find out with this colorful, fact-filled poster. Seven photographic images capture exciting moments of a solar eclipse. Computer-generated drawings illustrate solar eclipse geometry, Sun and Moon position, the path of totality,...
AP7676 - $61.25
Gaze at a full moon on a clear night and you’ll notice circular features that can easily be seen. These circular impact craters were created on the moon by space debris striking the surface. In this activity, students study crater formation and explore...
AP7685 - $23.25
Wow! Everything you ever wanted to know about the Moon on one poster! Moon poster lists hundreds of craters, rays, highlands, seas, mountain ranges and rilles (with a convenient index) on large images of two different views of the Moon’s surface. The...
AP7860 - $261.40
Illuminate the Sun to demonstrate daylight, night, seasons, and phase of the Moon. The Sun, Earth, and Moon manually revolve around one another in this gear-driven model. Earth and Moon are to scale. Arm is 15", Sun is 6", and the Earth is...
AP7860 - $261.40
Illuminate the Sun to demonstrate daylight, night, seasons, and phase of the Moon. The Sun, Earth, and Moon manually revolve around one another in this gear-driven model. Earth and Moon are to scale. Arm is 15", Sun is 6", and the Earth is...
AP7899 - $514.95
Be dazzled by excellent views of the craters on the Moon, the rings of Saturn, the Orion nebula, and much more! Simply hold your smartphone or tablet up to the night sky, and when you find an object you want to view, simply tap the screen. The telescope...
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