Glenbrook South Year-End Projects

The Search for ET

Internet Links

The following World Wide Web sites offer information relevant to your project. Depending on your particular research interest, some sites will obviously be more relevant than others. To optimize the efforts of your web search, each site has been described so that you might judge its usefulness in advance. As you proceed with your World Wide Web search, document your progress (both successes and failures) using the Web Site Trail sheet.

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The Search For Extra Solar Planets

This is a nice introduction and tutorial. Go all the way through and revisit often!

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SPACED OUT AWESOME NEWEST PLANETS HIT HUMAN EYEBALLS!

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Extrasolar Planet Detection with the AFOE

Introduction to a few topics.

4.

Searching for Extra Solar Planets

San Francisco State University's Extrasolar Planet Homepage. There are great links within...search wisely.

5.

Extrasolar Detection Methods

This Introduces the Reason a planet causes a Doppler Shift. Check out the animated gif!

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Mega Extrasolar Stuff

Look at this for its good links and info.

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A High School Student's Search For Extrasolar Planets

Some good links and basics. Here's a contact.

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Extrasolar Planets

The Psychology Department at Carnegie Mellon. This is probably a link for when you get into looking for data. Why the psychology department at Carnegie Mellon has a summary of Extrasolar Planets...I don't know.

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LECTURE 28: OTHER WORLDS AND MARTIAN LIFE

Patiently read through this lecture...Could there be life? The biophysics side of things.

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Online Physics Courses

 

This site has a lot of info. If you can't find it in your text, look here.

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Yahoo physics search engine

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The Mad Scientist Network

This is a thorough cite to ask questions about physics, medicine, biophysics, etc.

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Many Ask a Scientist/Math Opportunities -

Listed by New Jersey, this is a networking infrastructure in education. This is the place to look for some experts!

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This page last updated on 3/9/98.