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Editor: G. Tuthill; Publisher: NASA CERES Project
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This website has an extensive library of on-line and interactive K-12 science education materials for teaching astronomy. The site also contains web based lessons using on-line NASA…
  
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These lecture notes adress the question: "Are we alone or are there millions of advanced life forms in the universe?" by examining life on Earth, the origin of life on Earth, the…
  
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This lecture compares terrestrial atmospheres and discusses atmospheric processes, atmospheric equilibrium, and the atmospheric development of Mars, Venus, and Earth. It ends with a…
The Moon 
  
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This study guide discusses general features and facts about the moon, the highlands and maria, lunar impact topography, tides, the moon's topographic features, and also the geology,…
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These lecture notes describe the main features of optical-band telescopes---i.e. those which operate in or near the part of the EM spectrum to which our eyes are sensitive. It also…
  
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These lecture notes describe the general properties of our planetary system and those around other stars and how these are explained in models for star formation.
  
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These lecture notes cover the effects of science and technology on society and how our understanding of the basic structure and operating principles of the universe has affected…
  
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These lecture notes discuss Newton's theories of dynamics and gravity. The various kinds of possible orbits are described in this lecture. The evolution of space technology such as…
  
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These lecture notes cover the contributions that Tycho, Galileo, Kepler, and Newton made leading up to the discovery of gravity.
  
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This study guide discusses Greek astronomy. It progresses through the dark ages and the Renaissance highlighting Copernicus's contributions to astronomy. There is also animations…
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