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D. Stern
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See this site to learn how to make a paper sundial. You can also explore sundials for different locations, the limits to sundial accuracy, and more, and you'll find links to the…
  
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Publisher: Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
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This webpage describes and explains Kepler's Laws of Orbital Motion. It uses an animation to demonstrate Kepler's three Laws with brief explanations included. Users may select the…
  
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This exhibit from the Space Weather Center explains what plasmas are and what forms they take on Earth and in space. It contains many helpful images and two games on magnetism and…
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J. Kaler
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See this site, from the University of Illinois, for a broad overview of the spectra of stars and other astronomical objects. You can find out about many related subjects, including…
  
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S. Odenwald
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When you enter the "Astronomy Cafe", go right to the "Main Course" and order "Ask the Astronomer." Also interesting are "Gravitation" and "Weird Things in the Attic."
  
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Check out this site to see great views of Earth and the moon, at whatever date and time you choose. It's quite interesting to think about these two views, the phase of the moon, and…
  
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This web site, by astronomer Philip Plait, is devoted to airing out myths and common misconceptions in astronomy and related topics. There's a general section on misconceptions, and…
  
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W. Fendt
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If you're interested in the motion of planets in the solar system, try this Java applet for a demonstration of Kepler's Second Law. You'll see the time taken to sweep out equal areas…
  
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Try this site to learn about daily life in apparent weightlessness on a space station. It provides answers to all sorts of questions--about space food, space clothing, eathing and…
  
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Publisher: Starwalk, Inc
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Visit this site for information about the visible planets, our moon and other moons, the sun, and other celestial objects. You'll find monthly star maps and animations that show…
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