Black hole classroom activities — Quick reference guide (Final chapter)
This post provides you the final chapter of the quick reference guide. Previous chapters were posted and they are about black hole formation, gravity and spacetime, models of black holes, spaghettification, and black hole detection. This chapter 6 is about analyzing astronomical images to measure the limit mass of black holes.
1. BLACK HOLES: GRAVITY’S RELENTLESS PULL
An online interactive multimedia resource with activities such as locating black holes in the Milky Way, determining the mass of black hole by orbit of stars, etc.
A fast internet connection is required.
Hubble's Black Holes: Gravity's Relentless Pull is an interactive multimedia black hole resource for students in grades…www.nea.org
2. EVALUATING BLACK HOLE CANDIDATES
Students explore stellar mass black hole candidates just as scientists do, and conduct their own research project by observing with research quality robotic telescopes.
Advanced activity allowing students to roleplay as of a researcher.