Arctic & Antarctic - What's the difference ? NAO2014 Special

Arctic & Antarctic - What's the difference ? NAO2014 Special

How can you tell the two poles apart? Where are the penguins? What about the bears? The Arctic pole is located in the Northern Hemisphere within the deep Arctic Ocean, while the Antarctic pole is smack in the middle of the ice-covered Antarctica. +Camille Seaman describes how enterprising people and organisms have found ways to reside around both poles despite the frigid temperatures.

While National Astronomy Olympiad 2014 is all on its way we hope you have visited our application centres by 15th March, 2014 as the exams are on the 22nd of March, 2014. As shared The Earth is also part of our syllabus right ? Indeed it is where we mainly ask your questions from Atmosphere; Longitude and Latitude; Tides; Seasons; Meteor Shower; Aurorae.

While, we share you about  The Arctic vs. the Antarctic Lesson by +Camille Seaman, animation by Provincia Studio

Source - +TED-Ed 

+View Your Choice- तपाईको सोचाई हाम्रो रोजाई -  is the outreach partner of National Astronomy Olympiad.

Also, Come Spend 15 minutes watching the weekly Questions Live! Hangout On Air for Google Science Fair 2014! - Monday, March 10, 2014 - 9:30AM PT / 12:30PM ET / 1630 GMT

Learn what the judges are looking for. You'll get a better understanding of the judges' perspective when you present your entry, and how to make it easy for them to find the most important information about your project. And you'll find out about the Idea Springboard, a tool to help you come up with ideas for your project.

Hannah will be joined by GSF 2014 preliminaries judge +Steve Bullock. Based in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Bristol in the UK, Steve codes, lectures, and makes giant robots do really cool and useful things. Hannah and Steve will cover your questions about best ways to meet the judges' expectations, but but they'll answer other questions as well.

Post your questions beforehand using the Q&A app on the Event Page, and you can also ask questions while you watch in real time!

Monday, March 10, 2014 - 9:30AM PT / 12:30PM ET / 1630 GMT



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