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In the classic tale, "A Journey to the Center of the Earth," Jules Verne imagined elaborate worlds in a hollow, miles beneath our feet. More modern science-fiction novelists have dreamed of spheres in outer space where...
This website from NASA is a photo gallery that contains images of planets, nebulae, galaxies, globular clusters, stars, compact objects, and spacecraft.
This web page, authored and curated by David P. Stern, describes the causes of naturally occurring magnetite magnets, or 'lodestones.' It explains theories about the function of lightening and heat in such processes,...
Martin Hackworth of Idaho State University has created this lab activity to help students measure the eccentricity of the moon's orbit. Students will need a drafting compass, protractor, vernier caliper, and a personal...
This website, created by J.C. Evans of George Mason University, contains lecture notes that incorporate introductory information on astronomy. Topics that the lecture notes cover include: earth/sky relations,...
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