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Part of the American Museum of Natural History, this site serves as a link to the public, connecting them to current... see more

This guide lists and reviews 61 web sites with catalogs of astronomical images that are useful for both formal and... see more

Great site for finding pictures of planets, moons, star clusters, galaxies, super nova, stars, ect. CA Science Standard... see more

This Web-based course, or "webbook", is a college-level, semester-long, non-calculational introduction to astronomy (it... see more

This website offers links to various aspects of space and space exploration such as: NASA Search, Solar System, Earth,... see more

The Kepler Triangle is a search for habitable plants. The Kepler Mission developed over several decades as a way of... see more

Allows users to choose a planetary orbit, and then observe that the line joining the planet to the star sweeps out equal... see more

Students are helping NASA explore lunar plant growth through NASA's Engineering Design Challenge: Lunar Plant Growth... see more

An interactive web tool to teach the relationship between the lunar phase, the time of day, and the direction of the... see more

easy interactive site for kids to learn about space and all other equipment used by nasa.

Treasure trove of astronomy resources.  Search for activities based on subject, age group, setting, teacher's skill... see more

"A Virtual Solar System Distance Scale." Allows the students to see the distance of the planets from the sun and each... see more

Complete online course offered by University of Oregon's Distance Education Program. Includes exams, homework, lecture... see more

Near Earth Object Program at NASA shows just how close some of these objects can get.

'Founded in 1667, the Observatoire de Paris is the largest national research center for astronomy. 30 % of all French... see more

The video clips in this resource were created to demonstrate why we see the phases of the moon. On the right you can see... see more

A set of three easy-to-use Java applets for illustrating princples in physics and astronomy. - Spiral Galaxy Rotator: For... see more

This Java applets is concerning the bright planets (Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn), and the Moon. It provides... see more

An interactive website examining the affect of mass, angle and velocity on a comet.

Great site for middle school, freshman earth science. It describes satellite images and their uses. It's lesson uses 3... see more

Live telemetry data from NASA to plot shuttle location

In this activity (on page 6 of the PDF), learners plot the path of the sun's apparent movement across the sky on two... see more