Title: MY NASA DATA: 1492--Using Data to Explain a Journey
Online: http:/­/­mynasadata.­larc.­nasa.­gov…
Languge: en-US
Description: A lesson plan to understand how Christopher Columbus made journeys across the Atlantic Ocean by examining wind patterns and data.
Subject: Atmospheric science
Science
Earth science
Physical sciences
Meteorology
Astronomy
Space sciences
Identifier: http://mynasadata.larc.nasa.gov/preview_lesson.php?&passid=91
Source: Ariadne

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