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Acknowledgments – Year 3 unit

Although this publication is copyright ESA, it contains material from other sources which is not owned by ESA. On the Unit home page and in the Overview the photo Sunset over lake Illawarra, NSW, by Ozguy89, is a public domain image, no copyright. In Curriculum summary tables, the source for content descriptions used is the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA). In Sequence 1 the image Sunset view from Mount Hotham, Victoria, is an excerpt from a larger photo by John O’Neil, public domain image, no copyright. In Sequence 2: The Sun photographed by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory is a public domain image, no copyright; and the image of A full moon photographed by the Gallileo spacecraft in passing, image credit NASA, also used in Sequence 5, is a public domain image, no copyright. In Sequence 3 the representation of The Solar System created for NASA by Harman Smith and Laura Generosa, is a public domain image, no copyright. In Sequence 4 the Sun, Earth and Moon illustration by António Miguel de Campos is a public domain image, no copyright. In Sequence 5 the Full moon, is a photo by Hauknes, CC-BY-3.0. In Sequence the photo Sun, is by gr33n3gg (via Flickr, no real name given) CC-BY-2.0. In Sequence 7 the image Dark reflections in the Southern Cross, is a NASA image, public domain, no copyright. In Sequence 9: The photo Achang brocade, clothing in the Yunnan Provincial Museum, Kunming, Yunnan, China, is by Daderot and is a public domain image, no copyright; and the story extract from The Magic Brocade: A Tale of China told by Aaron Shepard, © Pan Asian Publications (USA) Inc., 2001 reproduced with permission of Pan Asian Publications. In Sequence 10 the image of the moon hovering on the horizon, is from NASA’s Earth Observatory CC-BY-2.0. In Sequence 11: The Topographic map of New Zealand, is public domain image, no copyright; the story ‘Maui Tames the Sun’ from Land of the Long White Cloud: Maori Tales, Myths and Legends by Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, Viking Books, 1989 reproduced with permission of the Kiri Te Kanawa Foundation, © Kiri Te Kanawa; the photo to accomany the story ‘Maui Tames the Sun’, titled Sun halo over New Zealand, is by Mozasaur, and is a public domain image, no copyright. In Sequence 12 Sun and Moon, illustrations from the Nuremberg Chronicle, by Hartmann Schedel (1440–1514), is a public domain image, no copyright. Source for content descriptions in curriculum summary tables for units of work: Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).