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This is a Nobel Prize winning article by professor John N. Bahcall on how the sun shines. The articles discusses the age of the sun, the discovery of what the sun is made of, how the sun shines and much more.
This site describes the evolution of stars like the sun from the collapse of gas and dust to turning into a white dwarf. The life cycle of a star is illustrated through all stages with text and images.
Created by the Institute and Museum of the History of Science, the site features virtual exhibits and tours of the IMSS museum. Some of their main exhibits include Galileo's notebooks and a whole section on Leonardo de...
Nobel e-Museum aims to provide easy access to information about scientific and literary achievements as well as peace efforts, and stimulate student interest in the Nobel Prize. The site features sections of Nobel...
FREE (Federal Resources for Educational Excellence) is a website from the United States Department of Education that makes hundreds of learning resources from over forty federal organizations available and searchable in...
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