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GLAST: The Gamma Ray Large Area Space Telescope
A NASA mission expected to launch in 2006, the Gamma Ray Large Area Space Telescope (GLAST) is being developed to observe celestial gamma-ray sources in the 10MeV to over 100GeV energy band. After discovering its four...
Student Observation Network
Developed by NASA, the Student Observation Network (SON) provides visitors "with the necessary tools to observe the dynamic connections between the Sun and the Earth." The four programs: Sunspotters, Radio Waves,...
The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory
The size of a ten-story building, 6800 feet underground at the Creighton mine in Ontario; the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory is a telescope built to study neutrinos and the core of the sun. Students can learn how...
Venus, Earth's Structural Sister: Investigations Using Radar Imagery
Let's face it: It's pretty difficult to get to Venus to do hands-on fieldwork. This helpful teaching resource from Vicki Hansen at the University of Minnesota-Duluth overcomes some of those difficulties by allowing...
Demonstrations and Animations for Teaching Astronmy
This website is intended for teachers to use these animations in class to illustrate important astronomy concepts like: lunar phases, Kepler's Laws, retrograde motion, the Doppler Effect, spectral lines, Kirchoff's Laws...
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