After you have watched the Cloud Types video, you will probably want to practice identifying the common types of clouds. The questions are chosen randomly, so this quest will be different each time you reload the page.
Identify the cloud(s) in each of the photographs. Then click the text bar below the picture to see the answer.
This week we had a marvelous electrical storm to the west of our house. It was far enough away to make Junie Moon the Dog happy, but near enough for some nice photos. Since it was night, I used the same settings that I use for star photography. I put my Nikon D7000 on the tripod, with an 10-70mm lens. I set it for manual exposure, and set the shutter for a 30 second exposure, and turned on long exposure noise reduction. I hooked up my PClix, a marvelous device for taking photos at set intervals. Then I just let it click away.
The Water Cycle is one of the major topics students are expected to understand in science. This is because water is such an important resource for food production, industry, and daily life. To help understand how the water cycle works, lets make a working model, using some common, household items.