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  • Amazing Space

  • Discover Astronomy basics! Trek through Online explorations! Capture the cosmos! Launch into Amazing Space! The Amazing Space website uses the Hubble Space Telescope's discoveries to inspire and educate about the wonders of our universe. The Amazing Space Education Program offers student, educators, and developers a variety of astronomy-themed information, activities, and materials that reveal the celestial wonders of our universe.

  • Professor Iver W. Duedall's Web Page

  • Provides list of oceanography and environmental sciences courses taught by professor Duedall; also provides information on Florida Hurricanes and publications by professor Duedall.

  • Enrico Fermi Institute

  • The Enrico Fermi Institute is an academic unit of the University of Chicago devoted to interdisciplinary research. It was founded shortly after the Second World War as the "Institute for Nuclear Studies" and is now named in honor of Enrico Fermi, who was one of the founders and a distinguished member of the Institute. All faculty members in the Institute hold joint appointments in one or more of the following departments: Physics, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Chemistry, Geophysical Sciences, and Mathematics. Graduate students and postgraduate associates working with these faculty members also hold appointments and perform their research in the Institute.

  • Initiative to Develop Education through Astronomy and Space Science (IDEAS) Grant Program

  • IDEAS is a NASA-funded small grant program. The grants fund start-up educational outreach projects that will enhance science education through astronomy and space science via collaboration between scientists and educators.

  • Planetarium of Montgoemry College at Takoma Park, Maryland, USA

  • Planetarium programs at Montgomery College at Takoma Park, Maryland, USA.

  • Astronomy at Grainger Observatory

  • The Phillips Exeter Academy (New Hampshire, USA) Grainger Observatory website. Find information about the school's astronomy program and the observatory.

  • Iowa Robotic Telescope Facility

  • University of Iowa robotic telescope facility web site.

  • Dupont Planetarium

  • The Dupont Planetarium is located at the Ruth Patrick Science Education Center on the campus of the University of South Carolina Aiken

  • Alsion Montessori Middle/High

  • Private, secular secondary school, enrollment 36, grades 7 to 10.

  • Star Gazer Astronomy Software

  • Easy to use intorductory astronomy software for all ages. View the stars, planets, sun, moon and many other astronomical objects from anywhere on earth. Over 550 eye-catching images from many sources including the Hubble Space Telescope.

  • Fiske Planetarium

  • The leading university planetarium in the US.

  • Fiske Planetarium, University of Colorado at Boulder

  • Science comes to life for more than 25,000 visitors each year at Fiske Planetarium on the beautiful campus of the University of Colorado at Boulder. Live star talks by leading astronomers from CU's Department of Astrophysics and Planetary Science are augmented by a variety of star shows and laser shows. K-12 educational workshops and labs are also provided in coordination with teachers. The largest planetarium between Chicago and Los Angeles, Fiske produces its own shows in English and Spanish. For more information, please call 303-492-5002.

  • - Astronomy, Science, and 2,000+ More Free Lesson Plans, Math Worksheets, Science Experiments, and More!

  • Over 2,000 free lesson plans for educators including lessons in science and astronomy.

  • Astronomy & Astrophysics Program at Michigan State University

  • Michigan State University Department of Physics and Astronomy's Astronomy & Astrophysics Program.

  • Regulus! The Astronomy Newsletter

  • Running for over 9 years, "Regulus!" is one of the oldest web-based astronomy sites. You will find news, reviews, astrophotos, CCD technique, and a host of other information for the amateur and the professional alike.

  • National Schools' Observatory

  • The National Schools' Observatory (NSO) offers UK schools the most exciting opportunity to observe the Universe through the world's largest robotic telescope sited in the Canary Isles. The NSO, established by Liverpool John Moores University with support from the UK's Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council, is the website through which schools make contact with and use the Liverpool Telescope. The project makes use of the facilities developed for professional astronomers using the Liverpool Telescope, to create a flexible, easy-to-use window on the Universe. A wide variety of resources to help users make full use of the telescope and explore the Universe is also available on the NSO web site.

  • Home to Solar Kingdom

  • Solar Kingdom is Silverfrost's 3D Solar System simulator and extensive encyclopedia for the PC. The simulator produces real-time, 3D, full-colour displays. The Cassini spacecraft flew over the rings of Saturn... now you can do the same with Solar Kingdom. The encyclopedia contains extensive descriptions, images and movies about the planets and moons you will find in the simulator. We specifically sourced the best, highest resolution, images available.

  • Spaceshots - Maps, charts and posters

  • Check out our Astronomy Charts, Nebula, Hubble and Spitzer images as well. Science charts as well as NASA mission posters available. Post cards, bookmarks and other space gift items.

  • Astronomy, NASA & Science stuff - Home of the "Space Quiz"

  • is home of the Space Quiz. It provides NASA, space, science and astronomy items for sale. It is a good place for space stuff.

  • Kids: The Planets Adventure & Online Educational Games

  • Educational science, math, language arts & social studies games and adventures. Free games and a membership area for $39.95 per year for 1 parent and 2 child logins.

  • The Sunwheel Project

  • This site describes the building of a stone circle calendar on the campus of U.Mass. Amherst, and its use in public astronomy education.

  • What's UP?

  • What's UP? is a free monthly educational astronomy newsletter for teachers, science institutions, and astronomy enthusiasts. The newsletter is viewable on-screen or downloadable in PDF format.

  • Astronomy Magazine

  • Amateur astronomy magazine.

  • The Digital Universe

  • Astronomical simulation package for the amateur or professional observer. [commercial - Mac]

  • Graduate studies

  • Information about the graduate program in astronomy at UVA, including classes offered and application materials.

  • Caltech Observational Cosmology

  • Observing cosmic background radiation and other phenomena at infrared and millimeter wavelengths

  • Caltech Astronomy


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