Ribbon Electromagnetic Spectrum
This module is part of the series teaching the electromagnetic spectrum. The ribbon activity compares the relative size that each part of the spectrum takes up. tags: Hands on Material, MWU!, OPIS!
SWIFT Gamma Ray Observatory Model
This model is modified from NASA’s model of the SWIFT Observatory. tags: 3D Printing, MWU!, OPIS!
Prompt Style Telescope Model
This model is not an exact model of the PROMPT Telescopes, but this is a model of telescope of a similar style. This is a movable model used to describe how the telescope moves. tags: 3D Printing, MWU!, OPIS!
This Radio Telescope has been modified to move from this design. Printing and construction instructions are in the README.txt. tags: 3D Printing, MWU!, OPIS!
Filter Comparison – Describing Color
This module contains 3 different sets: SDSS Prime Filter Comparison Johnson-Cousins Filter Comparison Star Spectral Types Comparison 2 different holders The filters are printed individually, allowing students to explore color descriptions and better understand filters. tags: 3D Printing, MWU!
M1 – Crab in Color
This module contains images of the Crab Nebula in all SDSS filters and Halpha. This 3d print can be used to compare filters and describing color. Each card has braille and print text. tags: 3D Printing, MWU!
JWST Stephen’s Quintet – Describing Color
This module contains 3 different prints. Use these prints for describing color. One of the first images released of JWST was Stephen’s Quintet. This module uses the initial images released in both infrared and visual light as 3D models. tags: 3D Printing, MWU!
Filter Wheel Model
3D printing guide and model for creating filter wheel model. tags: 3D Printing, MWU!
Image Filter Comparison
This module compares 3 different objects in 3 filters. Text is in braille and printed text. tags: Tactile Graphics, MWU!
EM Puzzle Pieces
This module is part of the series of understanding waves. This is the 3D model modified activity of the Tactile Electromagnetic Spectrum. tags: 3D Printing, MWU, OPIS!