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  • A Journey into the Unknown: A collection of web pages which detail the realm outside of our world: Outer space. These pages are designed primarily for teaching or as reference resources, but also contain some areas for entertainment.
  • Association for Astronomy Education (AAE): An affiliate of the National Science Teachers Association.
  • Astronomy 101: College-standard introductory course to astronomy from University of Santa Barbara, California.
  • Astronomy Basics: Learn the basics of the solar system, galaxies, sun, comets, and asteroids.
  • Astronomy Dept., The University of Arizona: Department offers astronomy degree programs for undergraduate and graduate studies with research opportunities at Steward Observatory.
  • Astronomy Education in the United States: An updated, expanded version of an invited talk given by Andrew Fraknoi at the 189th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, held in Toronto, Canada in January 1997.
  • Astronomy In Your Hands: Contains a collection of hands-on astronomy activities for classroom and home. A feature is the downloadable star wheel with a version available for every latitude on Earth.
  • Astronomy Page for Science Explained: Offers free lessons in astronomy. The course runs from Covers identification of stars, constellations and planets, and physics.
  • Astronomy at Grainger Observatory at Phillips Exeter Academy: The latest information about the observatory, including classes, pictures, special events, student projects and patrons.
  • Astrophysics Visualization Archive: A searchable, curated collection of scientific visualizations and animations relating to astronomy, astrophysics and space science. This educational component of the Virtual Observatory is intended for scientists, students and the general public.
  • BBC Science - Space: Bring outer space online with the BBC Online's guide to astronomy
  • Blossoms Of Science - Science Education Center: An astronomy and education research group. The staff include researchers, teachers and teams working on courseware for science education. The site contains an on-line, interactive astronomy school.
  • CISM Summer School at Boston University: A two-week summer school in space weather phenomena, consequences, and modeling. Find details about the program and an application.
  • Celestial Navigation Net: Comprehensive, annotated hub site of resources relating to navigating by the stars, including theory, practice, history, instruments, and classroom links.
  • Chris Matzner's List of Resources: Helpful links for graduate and undergraduate astronomy students. Includes software information, literature topics, statistical data analysis, and presentation tips.
  • CosmicVoyage: Virtual museum and planetarium. Learn about cosmic evolution, from Big Bang to Humans.
  • ESO Outreach: The European Southern Observatory's program for student and kids. Includes events, science shows and multimedia material.
  • Earth and Sky: Home of the popular international science radio program Earth and Sky.
  • EarthSpace: Learn about Solar System, space exploration and constellations.
  • Evening Diploma in Astronomy: Part-time undergraduate Diploma in Astronomy by evening study at UCL, London.
  • From Stargazers to Starships: Tutorial and historical exposition of the motion of Earth in space, Newtonian mechanics and spaceflight, on a high school level.
  • Great Planets - A Virtual Journey to the Universe: Presents an in-depth view of the entire universe including Interactive space games, animations, and movies for the entire solar system.
  • Hands-On Universe (HOU): HOU participants around the world request observations from an automated telescope, download images from a large image archive, and analyze them with the aid of user-friendly image processing software.
  • Heavenly Mathematics: Highlights of Cultural Astronomy: An interdisciplinary course on cultural astronomy. The course has a goal of imparting an understanding of basic astronomical phenomena and an appreciation of their cultural significance throughout the world.
  • Infrared Imaging: Learn about infrared imaging by viewing a variety of objects in the infrared.
  • Inquirer's Guide to the Universe: Provides factual information about space and encourages space education through imaginative writing.
  • International Research School of Planetary Sciences: Non-profit organization devoted to research and post-graduate education.
  • Internet Astronomy School (IAS): Designed as an online school for students from the 4th grade to the end of high school. Apart from the fact that students can study directly from their homes, this is intended to be used by science teachers within the framework of their science courses.
  • Journey into the Heavens: From birth of the universe to our nine planets.
  • Journey through the Galaxy: Explore our solar system, stars, extra-solar planets, the theories about the past and future of the universe, and human exploration of space.
  • Mysteries of Deep Space: PBS companion site explores the secrets of the universe with an interactive timeline, classroom activities, a trivia challenge, and questions and answers with experts.
  • National Astronomy Education Projects: An evolving list of those projects and programs in astronomy education to which anyone from around the U.S. can apply or from which anyone can receive materials.
  • Observatorio ARVAL: ARVAL's site is dedicated to propagating astronomical information. All of it is bilingual (Spanish - English), except for the 'Astronomía Caraqueña' section, which contains local astronomical information centered around Caracas, Venezuela.
  • Project Astro: A national program creating partnerships between teachers and students in grades 4-9 with amateur and professional astronomers.
  • Properties of Our Solar System: Introductory course taught at the University of Oregon. Includes course materials and many links to supplementary resources.
  • Robert Lanthier's Astronomy Page: An astronomy page with a 15-question quiz, an image gallery and planetary statistics.
  • S.P.A.C.E: Resource site for astronomy in Indian schools
  • SEGway: Science Education Gateway for Teachers: SEGway provides commercial space science and astronomy lessons for grades 4-12, many with lesson plans & printable worksheets. Fast-loading interface lets teachers browse by grade and topic.
  • Size of Solar System: Shows Solar System true to scale. Helps realize the vastness of distances between planets compared to planet sizes.
  • Space Art through the Ages: Getty contribution to Mars Millennium Project: Interdisciplinary activities combine students' scientific understanding of the universe with their own creativity and imagination.
  • Space News, Events and .com Forums: Message board, including sections for ask an astronomer, SETI, and space business.
  • Space: An Exploration: Discusses facts, mysteries, theories, and activities, about the solar system.
  • Spanish Language Astronomy Materials Education Center: Recommended materials sorted by type and by grade level (including college and instructor level).
  • Stanford SOLAR Center: A collection of educational activities and resources based on Solar Oscillations Investigation (SOI) and Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) data.
  • Star Gazer Home Page: Home of Jack Horkheimer. The first and only weekly TV series on naked eye astronomy.
  • StarQuest: An interactive, student-produced website about astronomy. It covers many areas including general information, astrophysics, constellations, and uses of the color spectrum with astronomy. An image archive of Hubble Space Telescope photos is also included.
  • Swinburne Astronomy: Online degree granting program in astronomy offering courses for Master of Science and Graduate Diploma of Science. Based in Melbourne, Australia.
  • The National Schools Observatory: Offers access to professional telescopes worldwide for observations made by school children and teachers.
  • The Virtual Solar System: Features a guide to the solar system for visitors of all ages with a scale model, interactive quiz, text, and images.
  • Universe in the Classroom: A free quarterly educational newsletter published by the ASP for teachers, youth `group` leaders, librarians, and anybody else who wants to help children of all ages learn more about the wonders of the universe. It is available either in printed form or electronically here on our website.
  • University of Leicester Earth Observation Science Group: Department presents research about Earth as a planet and includes links to many astronomy resources.
  • Walk the Solar System: JavaScript calculator of sizes and distances of solar system bodies for making a scale model.
  • Windows to the Universe: An extensive astronomical learning system. Articles available at three levels: beginner, intermediate, advanced.

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