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Project CLEA at Gettysburg College and the XMM-Newton Education group at Sonoma State University have created a new computer-based activity. Students analyze realistically simulated X-ray spectra of a supernova remnant...
PBS presents a timeline of the universe from the Big Bang to the future. This interactive website offers concise introductions to many of the key developments of the universe including the formation of elements, the...
This web site contains lecture notes for an introductory course in stellar astronomy. It is meant for non-science majors, with a small amount of trig and algebra.
This website from the Australian Telescope Outreach and Education group provides a thorough introduction to the life and death of stars. The website uses text, diagrams, and images to help explain how stars evolve....
Since time immemorial, humans have asked such fundamental questions as "Are we alone" and "Where did we come from?". Taking on some of those fundamental questions through the use of scientific inquiry is the Origins...
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