Smithsonian has provided new online interactive today that allows users to explore the three-dimensional (3D) view of supernova, or explosive star blocks. Journey through an Exploded Star.
Includes an interactive simulation, 360 degree video, and multimedia director package designed for general viewers and high school science classes, free content available on S.si.edu/supernova.
The project was created by the Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access in conjunction with the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian (CfA), a collaboration that includes the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory.
To create the visualizations, the project uses data from the Chandra X-ray Observatory and Spitzer Space Telescope, the National Optical Astronomy Observatory’s Mayall Telescope, and the MIT/Michigan/Dartmouth Observatory’s Hiltner Telescope.
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“Travel Through Exploded Star” provides three ways to find content:
An online interactive simulation in which users navigate the partial supernatural remains and manipulate real data to build their own own bridges. (Off caption, works on desktop browsers, and no software downloads are required.)
A 360-degree video tour described by Arcade, explains how and why scientists study supernatural like Cassiopia A: To obtain a comprehensive picture of the universe. (Works on desktops, mobile, and Google cardboard devices.)
- The High School Class Multimedia Director package starts with the basics of electromagnetic spectrum and describes the production of elements by the explosion of the stars. (The next product is aligned to the Sciences Standards (HS-ESS1-3 and HS-PS4).)
Stephenie L., director of the Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access, “Its projects make students enthusiastic and relevant to the student. Using media devices, they can connect to titles that can initially start atheric, which all connect to the stars to find out.”
Learning and Digital access to the Smithsonian Center makes this content available easily on the Smithslonian Security Lab.
Source : scincetechdaily