museum manuscript ( i need it in 3 hours)

1-2 pages 

i attached a sample u can use. i wrote itand  the professor liked it but did not accept it because my topic is Distance of the moon and sun from the earth

instruction : 

1.     Introduce yourself as a student from Embry-Riddle and say what your major is. DO NOT GIVE YOUR NAME.

2.     Tell the audience that the tour will provide information on the total solar eclipse for the Wayne State College Fred G. Dale Planetarium.

3.     Give some background information on the Planetarium (look up the history here: https://www.wsc.edu/info/20091/planetarium).

4.     Describe in basic terms (with few details) a total solar eclipse.

a.     Make sure to use resources obtained from NASA, research web sites (mostly located on university websites), or from articles published in original, peer-reviewed journals. However, you may also use information from this site: http://www.mreclipse.com/

b.     All scientific and technical terms must be described to your audience using verbal analogy.

5.     Tell the audience what day the total eclipse will be visible in North America and Nebraska.

6.     Describe the geographic path of the total eclipse across North America and give the general times it will be visible in Nebraska.

7.     Describe the topic from the list provided.

a.     Apply what you describe about your topic to what is known about a total solar eclipse in an explicit or direct way.

                                      i.     Make sure to use resources obtained from NASA, research web sites (mostly located on university websites), or from articles published in original, peer-reviewed journals. However, you may also use information from this site: http://www.mreclipse.com/

                                    ii.     All scientific and technical terms must be described to your audience using verbal analogy.

8.     Conclude your tour

a.     Provide a very short summary.

b.     Then relate the concepts you have covered to what a person may see on the ground in the path of the total solar eclipse.

c.     End by encouraging your audience to view the eclipse and to visit the Fred G. Dale Planetarium.

9.     Create a bibliography for your final image.

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