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Cosmic and Heliospheric Learning Center

explores the universe through interactive activities and learning resources such as the question and answer service, "Ask a Physicist." Students can also learn astrophysics basics, or find out the history of cosmic ray studies beginning with the Mesopotamian and Egyptian astronomers mapping the heavens, and more. (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

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30 Doradus is lit up like a Christmas tree. Shining in light across the electromagnetic spectrum, 30 Doradus glows because of all the energetic processes that go on there.

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