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View Resource The Electronic Sky

Created by Mark Fisher of Glyph Web, this website is a reference guide to a wide range of astronomical objects. The site includes articles and images covering a wide range of cosmic phenomena. Some topics include: asteroids, clusters, comets, concepts, constellations, galaxies, moons, nebulae, planets, stars and surface features. Hyperlinks are used in articles for references.

View Resource Clouds Roll in for Martian Winter

This site, hosted by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratories, is the press release from the Mars Exploration Rover Mission on July 12, 2004. It contains new images from the Opportunity Rover of morning clouds in the area of Endurance Crater. It is a useful site for a general introduction and also a fine collection of images from the mission.

View Resource The Astronomical Society of the Pacific

The Astronomical Society of the Pacific is an international nonprofit scientific and educational organization founded in 1889 that works to increase understanding and appreciation of astronomy. The Astronomical Society of the Pacific is the largest general astronomy society in the world. The society provides many kinds of educational materials which can be ordered online from this site. The...

View Resource Astronomy Education Review

This is an online journal in Astronomy Education Research. This site attempts to offer teachers knowledge about how students learn, creative curriculum, and an archive of resources for teaching astronomy at all levels. The site offers researchers the opportunity to publish results, they can also share experiences and innovations, identify useful resources and reviews by other educators,...

View Resource The Extragalactic Database

Welcome to the NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database (NED). It is built around a master list of extragalactic objects for which cross-identifications of names have been established, accurate positions and redshifts entered to the extent possible, and some basic data collected. Bibliographic references relevant to individual objects have been compiled, and abstracts of extragalactic interest are kept...

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