Exoplanets Workshop IOP

Take a Virtual Reality tour of six REAL exoplanets (4K, 360° VR experience)

What would it be like to stand on the surface of another planet? We teamed up with a group of astrophysicists to create a scientifically accurate, virtual reality tour of six planets discovered outside our solar system. So strap on a VR headset, surf the giant waves of Kepler-62e, and gaze across the lava fields of 55 Cancri e.

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Exoplanet physics from the IOP (Institute of Physics)

The Exoplanet resource has been developed by the Institute of Physics to help bring this new and exciting area of research into the classroom. The resource consists of five practical activities matched to the curriculum for 11-14 year olds in the UK. Each activity can be used in lessons or as part of a science club.

This training sessions have been designed to introduce secondary school teachers in Euskadi to the resource and take them through several practical experiments that they can use in their classrooms.

Exoplanets Workshop Presentation. Taj Bhutta and Ellen Phillips. IOP

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Models of the Solar System - Earth, Sun and Moon

Explore the science behind our solar system, and how astronomers are exploring its boundaries. IOP.

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An introduction to SuperWASP, one of the most successful exoplanets finding instruments in the world. IOP.

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Relación del tema "Exoplanets" con el curriculo

EXOPLANETS Relacion curriculo Present 1

Situaciones-problema en Heziberri 2020

EXOPLANETS Relacion curriculo Present 2

Indagación, exoplanetas y competencia científica. Neus Ruíz, Isabel Llorente, Jordi Domenech-Casal. Artículo (pdf)


The Historical Association and the Institute of Physics have created this unique website combining history and STEM. The films, activities and resources provide new and innovative ways of exploring scientific ideas and their history in connection to the RAF. The interactive maps display for the first time the physical presence of the RAF across the UK and globally over 100 years. The project is part of the RAF's Centenary of 2018 highlighting its role as a contributor to technological advances and human ingenuity. Participating schools and youth groups will have the opportunity to contribute to the national celebrations and legacy activities. (This RAF100 project has been funded by the Chancellor using LIBOR funds).