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From Stargazers to Starships is a self-contained book-on-the-web course on basic astronomy, Newtonian mechanics, the sun (and associated physics), and spaceflight and spacecraft...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Exploring Earth: Investigations provides more than 75 earth science investigations. Each presents photos and text (and sometimes video) that help students understand key earth science concepts. Among the topics...  (National Science Foundation)
Windows to the Universe explores the Earth, planets of our solar system, and the universe. It includes images, animations, and data sets, and information about books, movies, scientists, and myths...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Solar System Exploration features lesson plans on electro-magnetism, energy, exploration, gravity, pioneers, landforms, life, light, math ratios, matter, measurement, modeling, origin, planet surfaces, rocks...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) is a collection of Astronomy 101 reviewed digital resources for teachers and students. Topics include asteroids and comets, astrobiology, big bang theory, black holes and pulsars...  (National Science Foundation)
NASA Educator Guides offer lessons and activities for learning about aeronautics, clouds, energy, the electromagnetic spectrum, the International Space Station, Mars, microgravity, the moon and the Apollo...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Jet Propulsion Laboratory Education provides lesson plans on comets, contour mapping, convection, craters, counting, eclipses, the inverse square law, life in the universe, micrometeorites, moon phases, robotic...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
SEGway is a gateway to astronomy and space science resources. Find lessons on auroras, comets, satellites, satellite images of earth, properties of light, Venus, weather on Mars, solar...  (Center for Science Education, supported by National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
NSTA: Teaching Objects provides web-based science learning activities for teachers. Activities include simulations, questions, and students' common misconceptions (with practical ideas for addressing them)...  (Multiple Agencies)
Exploring Magnetism is a series of lessons on solar wind, solar flares, space weather, electromagnetism, and earth's magnetism. Map magnetic fields in your environment. Experiment with compass needles...  (Center for Science Education, supported by National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Cool Cosmos invites students to learn about infrared light and step into the world of infrared astronomy. Teachers and students may discover light outside the visible spectrum with these...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Multiwavelength Astronomy presents images of our own galaxy and sun, other galaxies and stars, and other heavenly bodies as viewed from different portions (or frequencies) of the electromagnetic spectrum...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
StarChild: A Learning Center for Young Astronomers helps elementary school students learn about the sun and moon, planets, the asteroid belt, meteoroids and comets, astronauts and space suits, space travel and space probes, the Hubble...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
SOHO: The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory features an uninterrupted view of the sun. Learn about some of the sun's most perplexing riddles: the origin of the solar wind, the sun's extensive outer atmosphere, and the stream of...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Modeling for Understanding in Science Education (MUSE) offers instructional units in earth-moon-sun dynamics and natural selection. These units were produced though a collaborative project involving university researchers, high school...  (University of Wisconsin-Madison, supported by Department of Education)
Brighten Up the Classroom provides papers on the aurora and ionosphere, scales for measuring space weather, and a textbook for high school teachers and advanced students -- "Solar Physics and Terrestrial...  (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
Earth's Magnetic Field is the focus of the POETRY website, which explores solar storms and how they affect us, space weather, and the Northern Lights. A 64-page workbook of hands-on activities examines...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Path of Totality: Measuring Angular Size and Distance examines the natural phenomena that create a total eclipse. NASA scientists and engineers introduce a satellite used to make artificial eclipses in order to learn about the sun's...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Eyes on the Sky and Feet on the Ground provides hundreds of hands-on astronomy explorations for Grades 2-6. Topics include earth's rotation and orbit, earth's tilt, shadows, seasons, time zones, the moon, calendars, maps...  (Harvard, supported by Smithsonian Institution)
Radio JOVE: Planetary Radio Astronomy for Schools helps students and amateur scientists observe and analyze natural radio emissions of Jupiter and the Sun. Through the study of their magnetic fields and their plasma (charged...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Sun-Earth Day is a series of programs that culminates with a celebration of the spring equinox. "Eclipse: In a Different Light," this year's theme, shows how eclipses have inspired people to study...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
The Space Weather Center explores the solar cycle, solar wind, Earth's magnetic field, the ionosphere, auroras, states of matter, plasma (which makes up 99% of visible matter in the universe), and other...  (Multiple Agencies)
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