During the summer of 1999, two teacher interns, Rick Fowler and Angela
Page, helped to develop a series of lesson plans. The objective of these
lessons are to have high school students read and write about the chemistry
and spectroscopy of stars and supernova remnants, as well as understand
their relevance and impact on human life. The students will also learn
about cutting edge technology that will help us to build better instruments
with which to study the Universe.
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