Where did that saying come from? What does it mean? Follow the link below to have all these questions answered.
1. Type the city name in the search bar for “Sun.” For example, type ‘Seattle’ and click “Go.”
2. Using the drop down menu for “Month,” select the month you are collecting data for. For example, March (3/21). Click “show.”
3. Collect data for sunrise, sunset, and solar noon times, as well as length of day and angle of separation (altitude).
4. Using the drop down menu for “Columns,” select “rise,set time, azimuth” and click “Show.”
5. Hold cursor over the arrows next to “Sunrise” and “Sunset” azimuth to collect data for compass direction.
6. Graph the angle of separation for sunrise, solar noon, and sunset. Each city should have it’s own graph. Each month is represented with a separate colored line (hint: make a key).
Log in here with your test ID to take the MasteryConnect quiz:
Complete the chart on EIS4 using the following website: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/index.cfm
The countdown has ended. Summer is finally here! I wish you all a safe and exciting summer break and start to your high school career. Good luck!
Mrs. Laurine (your biggest fan)