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Searched for: LC Classification is Science -- Astronomy -- Descriptive astronomy -- Solar system -- Sun -- Solar eclipses
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The Association of Lunar and Planetary Observer's web pages, an organization of amateur astronomers interested in observing solar system objects. The site features sections on youth programs, solar, lunar, eclipse,...
This site, created by Fred Espenak of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) looks at solar eclipses, lunar eclipses, planetary transits, and moon phases. This site tells you about past occurrences of...
A large collection of solar images and information. Includes an illustration and explanation of the refraction of light to form rainbows and other atmospheric illusions.
This series of webpages is part of a course, called Astronomy 161: The Solar System, offered by the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Tennessee. This unit covers the constellations; the naming of...
This web page from the Exploratorium presents a hands-on activity for safely observing a solar eclipse with a pinhole viewer. The project uses everyday supplies: long box, a piece of aluminum foil, a pin, and a sheet of...
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