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"Title of Screen". Stellarium Astronomy Interactive. stellarium.org. Accessed day Mon. Year.
Classroom Video on Demand
Use the segment feature to narrow down what portion of the video would be most applicable to you. MLA citations can be located in the toolbar underneath the video. A few possibilities to get you started:
From the Washburn Observatory at the University of Wisconsin.
MLA Common Elements - this Google doc can guide you through gathering all the information needed to create a MLA citation. There may be sometimes when an element is not known and in that case the field can be left blank.
Most databases will automatically log in at school. If you are working remotely you will need to login with your school Google account or refer to this document for username/password information.
Click on the title to access these ebook. Use the login with Google button.
Stars and PlanetsFrom observing the night sky to looking to the stars and beyond, Nature Guide Stars and Planets contains a guide to all 88 constellations of the night sky, as wells as features the best tools and techniques to get started.
Use this ebook to find about more about the Greek legends.