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Stellar scintillation

Bring the rich tapestry of star knowledge from the Meriam (Mer) people of the Torres Strait into your classroom. The deep understanding of star scintillation offers a bridge between science and cultural knowledge.

Subject:

Science

Year level:

Level 8

A photograph of the evening sky with an orange sunset in the distance and stars against a silvery blue sky in the foreground. Black clouds are across small portions of the sky also.

Zodical Light. Photographer: Peter Lieverdink. Source: Flickr. License: CC BY-SA 2.0

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