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This website gives an account of the people who revolutionized science. There is information on the lives and works of some of the most important figures in the history of astronomy such as Galileo. Kepler, and Newton....
Planet Quest is a website dedicated to keeping the public updated and informed about the recent discoveries of over one hundred extrasolar planets. This website provides information on NASA's missions, the technology...
Tap-l, the Teaching APparatus List, is the email listserv for the Physics Instructional Resource Association. The discussions focus mostly on demonstrations of physical phenomena, such as might be used in classes. ...
This web site contains links to fractal-making applets and an extensive list of math-related games. The site also includes the museum's newsletter and contact information.
The Universe Forum is the national center for teaching and learning about the structure and evolution of the universe. Sponsored by NASA and based at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, the Forum uses the...
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