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Alan Shepard Project
This Hubble Space Telescope image shows Sirius A, the brightest star in our nighttime sky, along with its faint, tiny stellar companion, Sirius B. Astronomers overexposed the image of Sirius A [at centre] so that the dim Sirius B [tiny dot at lower left] could be seen. The cross-shaped diffraction spikes and concentric rings around Sirius A, and the small ring around Sirius B, are artifacts produced within the telescope's imaging system. The two stars revolve around each other every 50 years. Sirius A, only 8.6 light-years from Earth, is the fifth closest star system known.
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For Freshman Pinkerton Academy Students
A few past lessons from Science Week 2018
Take the Challenge!
Go to the Moonwalks Page:
Find this paragraph below in the middle of the Moonwalks Page.
(Fun Challenge: Click all of the videos around the Eagles Music video and the music video, at the same time. While listening to the jumble, identify which astronaut video says the phrase : "One More Time")
Get a headstart! This skill takes many years of practice- Try it!
It's easier if you click the Eagles Music Video FIrst and then
click on all of the videos surrounding it afterwards.
Sirius A, tiny dot lower left = SIrius B
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