COSMOS Episode 5: Hiding in the Light Worksheet (2014)

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COSMOS Episode 5: Hiding in the Light (2014) gives an in-depth explanation of the fascinating phenomenon of light. Neil DeGrasse Tyson traces our earliest, first ponderings of light in ancient China through modern spectroscopy and the phenomenon of dark matter. He artfully links world-wide cultural contributions over the centuries concerning light to create an immersive story-line that holds a student’s attention. Yes, this is actually possible!

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COSMOS Episode 5: Hiding in the Light (2014) gives an in-depth explanation of the fascinating phenomenon of light. Neil DeGrasse Tyson traces our earliest, first ponderings of light in ancient China through modern spectroscopy and the phenomenon of dark matter. He artfully links world-wide cultural contributions over the centuries concerning light to create an immersive story-line that holds a student’s attention. Yes, this is actually possible!

In this episode, Tyson discusses the camera obscura principles, the history of optics, Mozi’s Against Fate doctrine, the pros and cons of standardization, the importance of scientific communication, photons, white light, the color spectrum, infrared light, prisms, Joseph von Fraunhofer, spectral absorption patterns, spectral lines, wavelengths of light, photon emissions, electron orbital jumping, and dark matter.

This episode is appropriate for the following classes: physics, astronomy, chemistry, physical science, general science, or history.

The runtime is 44 minutes. The video guide is designed to last an entire class, with some time left over to answer questions or facilitate a classroom discussion.

Neil DeGrasse Tyson, the camera obscura principles, Mozi’s Against Fate doctrine, pros and cons of standardization, scientific communication, photons, white light, color spectrum, infrared light, prisms, Joseph von Fraunhofer, sound waves, spectral absorption patterns, spectral lines, wavelengths of light, photon emission, electron shell jumping, dark matter, physics, astronomy, chemistry, physical science, general science, history of optics

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