Five Hundred Stars
Investigation Class Book
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Following are links to Internet resources for you to use with your students while working on the
Earth & Sky: Teacher's Lounge
You'll find plenty of teaching resources for astronomy at this page from the Earth & Sky Web site, which supports and transcribes a daily science radio series.
The Galaxy Page
The Galaxy Page, maintained by the University of Arizona chapter of
SEDS (Students for the Exploration and Development of Space), hosts
a rich, well-organized collection of links to space-related sites.
Resources include virtual tours (We recommend
The Nine Planets tour of the solar system.), graphics, and information categorized
under The Solar System, Astronomy, Aerospace, and Visions of the Future.
Whether you're looking for information about past comets or plans for
future starships, this is the place to start.
StarChild: A learning center for young astronomers
NASA's High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center provides this Web site to introduce young people to stars, outer space, space travel, and our solar system. A glossary of space terms, activities, printouts for coloring, and Internet links to other astronomy sites are a few of the features of the StarChild Web site.
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