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December 14, 2009


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Great! Thanks so much, Deb!

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Deb Chitwood @ Living Montessori Now

I appreciate how you always have clear photos and descriptions of your activities, along with helpful links. Thanks for sharing so many great activities! I linked to your post at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2011/01/17/activity-of-the-week-montessori-inspired-astronomy-activities/


Wow, this is perfect for what I'm looking for! I was trying to find some good quality science activities for this theme!

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Along with light, the Sun radiates a continuous stream of charged particles(a plasma) known as the solar wind. This stream of particles spreads outwards at roughly 1.5 million kilometres per hour, creating a tenuous atmosphere(the heliosphere) that permeates the Solar System out to at least 100 AU. This is known as the interplanetary medium. Geomagnetic storms on the Sun's surface, such as solar flares and coronal mass ejections, disturb the heliosphere, creating space weather. The largest structure within the heliosphere is the heliospheric current sheet, a spiral form created by the actions of the Sun's rotating magnetic field on the interplanetary medium.

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