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Smithsonian Education

offers more than 1,200 education resources aligned with standards of learning in every state. Simply enter your state into the search engine to find lesson plans, virtual exhibitions, photos, art work, and research information on the Apollo missions, U.S. presidents, stamp collecting, landscape painting, marine science, minerals and gems, money, shape-note singing, spiders and snakes, and more. (Smithsonian Institution)

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Interesting Fact:

The 45.52-carat Hope Diamond -- the world's largest deep blue diamond -- has a long and mysterious past. Scholars believe that King Louis XIV of France bought the Hope Diamond in 1668. After King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette attempted to flee France in 1791 during the French Revolution, the diamond was turned over to the French government.
Apollo 11 astronaut in spacesuit backlite by the moon

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