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This web page published by the National Aeronautics and Space Adminstration (NASA) addresses basic, and not so basic, questions about our physical Universe, the characteristics of living in space and its technical...
This space and astronomy guide, from the University of Leicester, England, presents information on the Solar System, the nine planets, stars, galaxies (including the Milky Way), nebulae, comets, asteroids, meteorites,...
This online magazine offers news articles on topics including: the search for extrasolar planets that resemble Earth; mapping the dark matter of the cosmos; black holes; current space missions; the relation between the...
NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center offers helpful space weather information and papers as well as classroom materials. Students can find answers to numerous general questions about space weather and its effects on...
These lecture notes discuss Newton's theories of dynamics and gravity. The various kinds of possible orbits are described in this lecture. The evolution of space technology such as rockets, the Space Shuttle, dozens of...
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