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Tap-l, the Teaching APparatus List, is the email listserv for the Physics Instructional Resource Association. The discussions focus mostly on demonstrations of physical phenomena, such as might be used in classes. ...
Your Sky is an interactive online planetarium. This site allows you to choose the date, time, and location you wish to view. Even if you do not have the longitude or latitude of your location it allows you to find your...
This resource guide from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific provides a list of books, articles and websites on the moon. The resources would be useful for a range of users, including educators, amateur astronomers...
Planet Quest is a website dedicated to keeping the public updated and informed about the recent discoveries of over one hundred extrasolar planets. This website provides information on NASA's missions, the technology...
These collection of images taken form the Anglo-Australian Observatory are organized according to object type, the telescope that took it, whether it was CCD imaging, or whether it was a new photographic image. The...
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