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View Resource Robert Gendler's Astronomy Pictures

Robert Gendler is an amateur astronomer with an extensive online gallery of his astronomy images. His pictures are available in high resolution on the web and for purchase in print form through his website. The author also provides links to additional resources which include: astronomical objects, an astronomy primer for beginners, an image gallery and external links. This is a nice resource for...

View Resource NASA Educational Products

These educational products were developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA),to engage student interest in science, technology, engineering and math are available at this site in electronic form for free. Available materials include educational briefs, classroom activities, educator guides, programs, wallsheets, lithographs, slide sets, and videotapes. Recommended grade...

View Resource Biography of Einstein

A short biography of Albert Einstein as part of the citation and record of his Nobel Prize. This page also includes links to his Nobel Lecture, the presentation of his prize, and other resources. This is part of a site maintained by the Nobel Foundation for all Nobel Prizes. The site also provides links to other Nobel Prize winners in fields such as chemistry, medicine, literature and economics....

View Resource The Calendar

These web pages, authored and curated by David P. Stern, provide a short overview of the common (Gregorian) calendar and some less-common ones--Julian, Jewish (leap months), Moslem, Persian (New Year on the spring equinox), Ethiopian and Maya. The period of the Earth's rotation (the day), the year, and the month are all described, then the history of the common calendar is presented. Information...

View Resource The Sun

This material uses the Sun as an example of diverse parts of physics. Topics include weather and climate, magnetism and the interplanetary field, color, spectra and the electromagnetic spectrum, nuclear energy and its release in stars and on Earth, and stellar evolution. This is part of a wider site "From Stargazers to Starships" which has related lesson plans, glossary, timeline, problems, and...

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