IUPAC – International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry: Periodic Table of the Elements
Click on “Periodic Table of the Elements” to download the latest version of the table approved by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemists (IUPAC).
The Utility Connection
This website has links to over 2,000 local utility companies. To find power generating web pages for your area, try an Internet search for “your state or city + power or electricity,” or try the web site of your local electric utility company.
The Energy Information Administration
This website provides maps of the United States showing power plant locations for individual states.
Tennessee Valley Authority: Reservoirs and Power Plants
This website provides links to all of TVA's power generating plants.
California Independent System Operator
At this site the daily forecasted available energy resources and actual demand in the state of California are show in both graph and data table format.
Bonneville Power Administration
This site provides free videos for teachers in the Northwest.
Foundation for Water and Energy: Turning to Hydropower
This website includes a “walk through” of a hydroelectric power plant plus a design to make a water powered generator.
PhET Simulation: The Ramp
In this PhET simulation, see the forces, energy, and work needed to move household objects up and down a ramp.
Investigate the effects on force and distance in a variety of pulley systems.
Play this simple machines game from the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago.
Teacher's Domain website. It is recommended that you have the latest version of QuickTime installed to properly view this video. Teacher's Domain website details the evidence that supported the theory of plate tectonics. It is recommended that you have the latest version of QuickTime installed to properly view this video.
SEPUP Plate Motion Simulation
Observe the movement of convergent, divergent, and transform plate boundaries over periods of time from 10 years to 20 million years. If you're using an older browser and experiencing difficulties with this simulation, you may view it in Flash.
Activity 60 Observing Objects in Space
Activity 63 Where in the Solar System Am I?
Activity 66 The Nearest Star: The Sun
Activity 68 The Effects of Gravity
Activity 69 Exploring Outer Space
Activity 70 Choosing a Mission
View tonight's sky from your computer!
Solar System Exploration
NASA website on the planets in the Solar System.
PhET Simulation: Gravity Force Lab
In this PhET simulation, you can visualize the gravitational force that two objects exert on each other.
Have you ever wondered what is it like to travel in space? The following NASA sites describe how astronauts handle everyday tasks like getting dressed, eating, sleeping, and exercising while in a microgravity environment.
Are you interested in becoming an astronaut? These NASA sites will help you learn what you can do to work toward a career in space.
NASA Science: Planets
Current planet explorations.
NASA: Current Missions
What to know what missions are currently underway at NASA? Click on the link above Current NASA missions.
SEPUP Population Simulation: Biotic and Abiotic Factors
Click on the link above to launch the simulation in your browser. Use the SEPUP Science Grade 6 version of the SEPUP Population Simulation to investigate the effect of an abiotic and a biotic factor on a fish population. Adobe Flash is required to access this simulation. If you are having trouble accessing it, please be sure you have installed the latest version of Flash on your computer. Still having trouble? Email us.