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The Stanford SOLAR Center is a project of the Solar Oscillations Investigation Team at Stanford and "is dedicated to sharing the joy and excitement of solar science exploration" by providing resources, activities, and...
This site, provided by the Center for Science Education at the University of California Berkeley, contains an activity to experiment with shadows and light sources and to understand the relationship between the angle of...
This site from Sol Station contains information on the sun, its history, and its future. Special emphasis is placed on how the Sun produces an environment on earth that is suitable for life. The site is illustrated with...
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...
This website provides observational information about the visible planets, our moon and other moons, the sun, and other celestial objects. Monthly star maps and animations that show celestial motions are provided. The...
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