The Winter Sky Viewing page by Astronomy Magazine is a great source for viewing the seasons sky objects.

The SETI Institute: Is there life out there?

Star Journey: National Geographic, with star charts and the Hubble Space Telescope.This site provides great detail of the Hubble telescope.

Amazing Space: A site which contains lots of educational material. In general it is divided into "For Everyone" and "For Educators and Developers". It is supported by the Formal Education Group of the Space Telescope Science Institute's Office of Public Outreach.

Powers of Ten IBM's Powers of 10: Its a video journey from the proton to the end of our universe in steps of 10 in distance. See facts about the production of Powers of Ten at Wikipedia.

Saturn - Lord of the Rings Saturn's Rings: I movie about the rings of Saturn. It describes the ring content, size and its fate. Unfortunately they will not be here forever.

If the Earth had Rings If the Earth had Rings: See the animation of how the Earth would look if it had rings like the planet Saturn. It shows animated views of the rings in the sky from various places on Earth.

HST Telescope 400 Years of the Telescope: Many advances have been accomplished in the development of the telescope since Galileo first looked through his 400 years ago.

The Earth and its Seasons: A look at why we have different seasons on the earth.

The Tides on Earth: An explanation of how the moon causes tides on the Earth.

Creating Earth: The artistry to creating the world from a collection of NASA Earth imagery and data.

The Moon phases: An explanation of the various moon (or lunar) phases.

Origin of the Earth and Moon: An explanation of how the Earth-Moon pair formed from a collision early in planetary formation.

NASA Near Earth Object Program: A list of all of the near earth objects and a simulation of their orbits.

The Sun: Images and movies of our sun in all of its glory.









Home   News   Current-Weather   Education   Visiting