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T. Arny
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Thomas Arny's collection of online tutorials at the University of Massachusetts span a range of astronomy-related topics. Tutorial subjects include gravity, escape velocity, seasons,…
  
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Thomas Arny's collection of online quizzes at the University of Massachusetts span the entire introductory astronomy curriculum. Subjects covered include historical astronomy,…
  
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High Resolution Fly's Eye: Physics at the University of Utah
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This website provides an interactive tutorial on the evolution of stars. It integrates activities, graphs, quizzes, and animations to aid student learning. It begins with…
  
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P. Green
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This web site is a supplement to the Peer Instruction for Astronomy book and provides information about Peer Instruction resources for astronomy classes. Instructions and sample…
  
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J. Barnes
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This activity demonstrates how standard candles are used to determine distances. The student is asked to determine the distances to two clusters by matching cluster stars to…
  
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K. Miller and S. Miller
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The material on this website is to be used as supplemental materials for a student taking an introductory astronomy course. There is information on topics such as stellar evolution,…
  
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University of Maryland Astronomy Department
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This site discusses the different types of active galaxies: Double-Lobed radio galaxies, Seyfert Galaxies, BL Lac Objects, and quasars. These pages discuss the structure, components,…
  
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K. Miller and S. Miller
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This tutorial begins with a description of Hubble's discovery that other galaxies exist besides the Milky Way and how these galaxies are classified. Hubble's classification…
  
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This website is a tutorial on the phases of the moon, earthshine, and eclipses. There are a number of diagrams in this website that aid in teaching these topics. This site ends with…
  
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K. Miller and S. Miller
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This website provides a tutorial for students about the bulge, disk, and halo components of the Milky Way. It also contains information about the size and the formation of our…