New York Science Teacher Image Gallery

your source of science images, photos and technical drawings

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Time Exposure Photograph601 viewsA camera was placed outside at night and pointed directly at Polaris and several other stars. The lens was kept open and a time-exposure photograph was taken.
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Tidal Changes517 viewsThe graph shows the recorded change in water level (ocean tides) at a coastal city in the northeastern United States during 1 day.
May 10, 2006
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Solar Eclipse May 20, 19471135 viewsShows regions of Earth where a solar eclipse was visible on May 20, 1947.
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Solar Eclipse626 viewsPositions of Earth (E), the Sun, and the Moon (M) that created the solar eclipse
May 10, 2006
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Star Spectrum583 viewsStandard spectrum compared to a spectrum produced from a distant star.
May 10, 2006
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Stages In An Eclipse Of The Sun419 viewsStages in an eclipse of the Sun
May 10, 2006
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Shadows Cast472 viewsNoontime shadows cast by a student and a tree.
May 10, 2006
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The Life Cycles Of Stars761 viewsShows two possible sequences in the life cycle of stars, beginning with their formation from nebular gas clouds in space.
May 10, 2006
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Sunlight Entering A Room524 viewsShows sunlight entering a room through the same window at three different times on the same winter day.
May 10, 2006
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Solar Sunspots And Magnetic Activity557 viewsShows changes in the Sun’s magnetic activity and changes in the number of sunspots over a period of approximately 100 years. Sunspots are dark, cooler areas within the Sun’s photosphere that can be seen from Earth.
May 10, 2006
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Sun’s Apparent Daily Path608 viewsNumbered positions of the Sun at four different times along the Sun’s apparent daily path, as seen by an observer in New York State. Numbers 1 through 4 represent apparent positions of the Sun.
May 10, 2006
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Polaris891 viewsPolaris’ altitude is equal to a location’s latitude.
May 10, 2006
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