What structures did you choose to palpate? Were you able to feel the
bone markings you were searching for? Which structure was the easiest
for you to palpate and which was the most challenging? Why?
I chose to palpate the patella and Tibial tuberosity, th
What components of real bone tissue did you include in your bone
model? (Please refer to the bone composition and repair video
and bone cell chart of the lesson.)
- For my bone model I included the outside layer of the bone,
the periosteum, wh
Module 01: Project Option 1
Scientific notation is a tool that is used frequently in science, including astronomy, chemistry,
biology, and more. In this activity, imagine that you are a student intern at NASA and are
researching information a
1. A star has an absolute magnitude of 4 and a surface
temperature of 5,000 degrees C. According to the HR
diagram, list the type of star found at these
2. A star has a temperature of 15,000 degrees C and an
absolute magnitude of
The nearest star.
An explanation of a light year.
Astronomers use the speed of light to measure how far away things are in
space. Alight-year (ly) is the distance that light can travel in one year. In
one year, light travels about 5,880,000,000,000 miles
1. Explain how we use a spectrometer to help us determine
what stars and planets are made of?
To collect light coming off stars and planets, but they are
made up of many different atoms.
2. Compare the descriptions of spectrometer readings to the