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This site explains why three percent is a fundamental limit of X-ray detectors that use the conventional method of conversion to electric charges, and if a higher spectral resolution is required astronomers have to...
This collection of astronomy lesson plans and experiments from across the internet was developed by Reach Out, a center linking University of Michigan and community mentors with children and teens. Topics covered include...
A unit that integrates math, science, language and social studies, with astronomy as the center of focus. Lessons include Understanding Astronomical Numbers; The Milky Way; and Tenochtitlan and the Heavens. Recommended...
This web page, authored and curated by David P. Stern, provides the lecture notes for an overview of Kepler's laws. A section is devoted to each of Kepler's three most prominent theories. It includes historical notes...
This web page, created by Edward L. Wright of the University of California, Los Angeles, provides answers to common questions regarding cosmology. Questions include the Universe's age, its origin, its fate, and its...
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