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Earth's orbit around the Sun and Earth's rotation

The Earth's orbit around the Sun

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What does the Earth's orbit around the Sun look like?

Seasons

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What induces the seasons? How high is the sun over the year in different latitudes? And how would the situation change when the Earth's axis had a different slope?

Solar Time

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What is the Solar Time and how long is the daytime at different places on the Earth?

Time zones

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What time is currently in different cities on the Earth? View an interactive map!

(c) timeanddate.com

The Moon, the Eclipse and Tides

Moon phases

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How do the moon phases that we can see from the Earth originate?

Solar and Lunar eclipses

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Explore the mechanism of the Solar and Lunar eclipse! Why does the eclipse not occur every month?

Future eclipses

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When will the solar or lunar eclipse occur in the future, and where will it be observable?

(c) timeanddate.com

Tidal phenomena

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Where on the Earth does the high tide and low tide occur?

Solar System

Solar System

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Take an interactive "walk" through the Solar system.

(c) Martin Vézina

Distances and Dimensions

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Can you imagine what are the distances between the planets and what dimensions the planets have? Experience a map application that will present these enormous distances and dimensions in a familiar environment.

About App

The app Earth Space Lab is designed especially for teaching the topic of the Earth as a planet at grammar or elementary schools (geography, physics). The app consists of individual learning objects that can be used independently.

This app was created by Václav Černík ([email protected]) and it's based on his diploma thesis at the Faculty of Science, Charles University in 2017. Any comments can be sent to e-mail [email protected].

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Background image (c) Can Stock Photo / onyxprj