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R. Powell
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Visit this site to see beautiful maps of the universe from the nearest stars to the entire visible universe. With each map are several related maps as well as descriptions of what is…
Phases of Moon Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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T. Timberlake
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The EJSPhases of Moon model displays the the appearance of the moon and how it changes depending on the position of the moon relative to Earth and Sun. The main window shows Earth…
  
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R. Nemiroff and J. Bonnell; Publishers: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Laboratory for High Energy Astrophysics, Goddard Space Flight Center, and Michigan Technological University
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At this NASA site, you can see a new image of the cosmos every day. The pictures are stunning, and each comes with commentary by an astronomer.
  
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G. Ottewell
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Make a model of the solar system--all you need is a thousand yards and some objects, most very small. All model planet sizes and locations are provided.
  
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A. Fraknoi; Editor: A. Fraknoi
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Check out this index of science fiction books that use decently accurate science that can be used for teaching astronomy and physics concepts. It was compiled by Andrew Fraknoi for…
  
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D. Benningfield; Publisher: StarDate Online
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On this site, the McDonald Observatory at the University of Texas offers astronomy activities for kids of all ages. You can investigate shadows, the night sky, the moon, sundials,…
  
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L. Whitlock
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StarChild--produced by NASA--is an online astronomy learning center for elementary and middle school students. Broad topics include the solar system and the universe (including black…
  
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Publisher: Center for Science Education @ Space Sciences Laboratory UC Berkeley
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Try this site, by the Center for Science Education at the University of California Berkeley, for an activity on solar time. You can create your own sundial and mark the location of…
  
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M. Gallis
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See this site for many animations illustrating basic concepts in physics and astronomy, at both an introductory and advanced undergraduate level. You can browse by topic or search…
  
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J. Lochner
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The NASA site Imagine the Universe presents activites and information about the universe for learners from age 14 up. You can find out about the research, read profiles of…