An exercise on interpreting telescopic images of the

Shea, James Herbert
March 1996
Journal of Geoscience Education;Mar96, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p149
Academic Journal
Presents information on an exercise for interpreting images of Jupiter and its Galilean satellites, which have been developed in an effort to get students directly involved in interpreting astronomical observations. What students must examine to complete exercise; Exercise outlined; Answers to questions; Reference to exercise stimulating Galileo's discovery of the four largest moons of Jupiter.


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