posted by: krueff
Tom and Joe Ribaudo, Oct 18th & Oct 19th, working with the Edison 8th graders on Astro-imaging.
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Here are the 8th grader’s astro-images, the “M” followed by some number, indicates the Messier object the student worked with, and they added their initials to personalize their work.
What they did: The 8th graders worked together to each find a Messier object using Google Sky and then worked with the Aladin astronomy software to create an image (Google Sky & Aladin are both free & online). The students then doctored the colors in RGB images they made with the software, put their initials on their final images, and uploaded them to NDeRC’s Flickr.