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Since landing on Mars in January 2004, Spirit and Opportunity, the Mars Exploration Rovers, have helped scientists learn... see more

In 2001, the Mars Odyssey spacecraft discovered significant amounts of water ice buried in the high latitude regions of... see more

At this site students will learn that in addition to making elements, supernovae scatter them. They learn that the... see more

This is an extensive collection of university-level courses, course supplements, and presentations concerning physics,... see more

This case study focuses on making a forecast and writing a TAF so that it best represents the meteorological situation to... see more

This site is a collection of role-playing exercises for teaching space science. It includes debates and collaborative... see more

This resource describes special properties of light that can help us to understand objects that are millions and billions... see more

This website contains links as well as self-extracting files to download various astronomical software to complement... see more

This site from NASA's Infrared Astrophysics Data Center explains how the universe can be observed using the entire... see more

This site explains the relationship between our tides on Earth and the Moon. Differential forces are explained as a... see more

Energy Production in Stars is part of the Astronomy 162: Stars, Galaxies, and Cosmology course offered by the Department... see more

This collection of images features spacecraft and instruments used for high-energy research, typically studies of X-rays... see more

This resource covers the size and scale of Solar System objects, such as the masses, densities, and relative radii of the... see more

This computer activity provides information that will allow students to extend their understanding of basic physical... see more

This article is a Why Files short piece on how astronomers use information from radio astronomy. Contrary to popular... see more is a creation of the publishers of Astronomy magazine, consisting of these core content areas: space... see more

This website from NASA's Infrared Astrophysics Data Center describes: the discovery of infrared waves; what infrared... see more

This panel of scientists and writers addresses the quest for a 'Theory of Everything' that could explain how the universe... see more

Each day a different image or photograph of a celestial object is featured. Pictures are selected for their particular... see more

This astronomy section of the Farmer's Almanac website provides dates, times, names and meanings of various full moons;... see more

This online magazine offers news articles on topics including: the search for extrasolar planets that resemble Earth;... see more

This radio broadcast discusses the prospects for a Theory of Everything, why we need one, how we might achieve one, and... see more

This activity demonstrates what a dipole magnetic field looks like in 3D. It was developed because the commonly used... see more

Although the airless Moon experiences no weather analogous to terrestrial weather, conditions there are nothing short of... see more