NASA and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) are collaborating on a new educational activity that encourages students to research the question, "Do people everywhere see the same number of stars in the night sky?" In answering this question, students will discover why people might not see the same number of stars, depending on where they live. The Star Count Project is a part of NASA's Student Observation Network, a collection of online inquiry-based activities that challenge students to find answers to research questions by making their own observations and interpreting them with NASA data. There are many factors that affect...

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