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With Stellarium, anyone with a computer can view the nighttime sky in three dimensions without stepping outside. Users can view the sky from any location on Earth as well as any time or date, and they can rotate the...
The main objective of this website is to teach the amateur astronomer how to perform spectroscopy. The first part of the website is dedicated to establishing a theoretical foundation, in which the process of spectroscopy...
This Java applet is an interactive star map with many types of astronomical information in both graphical and numerical form. Using this java applet, one can determine which stars and planets will be out in the sky or...
This web site from Michael Richmond at the Rochester Institute of Technology contains lecture notes for an introductory course on galaxies and cosmology. It is meant for a non-science audience with a limited background...
This website from the University of Washington Department of Astronomy provides introductory astronomy activities on topics such as: fundamentals of astronomy, observing the sky, the sun, stars, stellar evolution, the...
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