The Astronomy Center has provided educational resources to introductory astronomy educators since 2003. Over the past 20 years, the rapid pace of discovery has rendered some of our linked resources obsolete. Thus, the Astronomy Center will be decommissioned on March 1, 2022. Our highest quality resources will be retained on ComPADRE.org.

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L. Marschall, G. Snyder, P. Cooper, M. Hayden, and R. Good
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Project CLEA develops laboratory exercises that illustrate modern astronomical techniques using a virtual observatory, digital data and color images. Each CLEA laboratory exercise…
  
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T. Slater
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In this laboratory activity, students investigate properties of lenses and simple telescope construction. Students will describe the nature of convex lenses, measure the focal length…
Measurement of the Sidereal Day with Tracker  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Measurement of the Sidereal Day with Tracker Lab uses the Tracker video analysis tool to measure and analyze the motion stars near Polaris (the North Celestial Pole) to determine…
  
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The Measurement of the Solar Rotation Rate with Tracker Lab uses the Tracker video analysis tool to measure and analyze the motion of sunspots to determine the solar rotation rate.…
  
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M. Juric and R. Gott
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Instructors can use images from this website to teach students about recently revised map of the universe which illustrates recent discoveries, ranging from Kuiper belt objects in…
  
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This web page links to recently created or updated resource guides for introductory astronomy. These instructional resource guides include: information about the history and present…
  
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F. Frazier and E. Kopsian
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This is an activity intended to help students understand orbital motion and Kepler's Laws through a comparison of a circle and an ellipse and the application of Kepler's Law of…
  
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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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L. Marschall, G. Snyder, P. Cooper, M. Hayden, and R. Good
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The software for this exercise presents students with a radio telescope they can point at a source in the sky, viewing the output of the radio receiver on a graphic display that…
  
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T. Keys
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This lesson plan is meant to familiarize students with different star spectra using NASA's Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer. The ineractive sky map will allow students to see spectra…
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