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Radio JOVE Data Analysis

It is common knowledge that Saturn and Uranus have rings, but did you know that Jupiter also has rings created by meteorite impacts on its 67 moons? Scholars use the Radio JOVE data coming from Jupiter to calibrate the equipment, determine the peak intensity, solve for the duration of the activity, and calculate the total power. This is the final activity in a seven-part series.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Download recent data from JOVE
Classroom Considerations

  • Lesson written for AP students
  • Best fits near the end of the school year
  • The final lesson in a seven-part series
Pros

  • Lesson follows a 5E format
  • Provides answer keys
Cons

  • Does not include any hands-on activities
Common Core

Included Materials

  • Worksheet
  • Assessment
  • Answer Key
  • Informational Text