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Publisher: National Geographic Society
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This website provides basic information about the sun, including the source of its energy, the names of its parts, and the matter it gives off. An interactive feature, Sun Stats,…
  
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C. Rod Nave
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This colorful Hyperphysics page describes solar flares and prominences and features an image of a particularly large prominence, which is described in the text. The page supplies…
  
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Publisher: D. Herring
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This NASA Earth Observatory webpage hosts two images of a solar prominence, one seen against the sun itself, and the other seen at the edge of the Sun. Text describes the prominence…
  
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Publisher: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
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This Astronomy Picture of the Day page post an image of the sun made by detecting the neutrinos it emits. Text, with numerous links, describes neutrinos and provides information…
  
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Editor: J. Kahl
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Visit this site to see the well-known photograph of the sun making an analemma (figure eight shape) taken by Dennis di Cicco. For the image shown, the sun’s position in the sky was…
  
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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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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This activity from the Exploratorium enables you to perform an activity using data from a solar experient. You'll compare regions of the sun with bright x-ray emissions with regions…
  
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C. Bueter
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This site from Paper Plate Education provides an activity using just a globe and plastic cup to determine the positions on the earth where the sun appears directly overhead on any…
  
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Publisher: Sol Company
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This site from Sol Station contains much information on the Sun, its history, and its future. Special emphasis is placed on how the Sun produces an environment on Earth that is…
Cosmic Quest 
  
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Publisher: The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
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Here are three online activities, with background information: Field Guide to the Universe, Living in Space: Design a Space Station, and Expedition to the Magnetic North Pole.
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