39 Astronomy Links

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Powers of Ten (10) (Link ID 359)
Move through space towards the Earth in successive orders of magnitude until you reach the subatomic universe of electrons and protons.

Hubble Telescope Images (Link ID 360)
Site contains hundreds of a images taken by the Hubble Space telescope.

Google Moon (Link ID 361)
NASA imagery added to the Google Maps interface to help you pay your own visit to our celestial neighbor.

Astrobiology Web (Link ID 363)
Contains references to life in extreme environments and the search for life elsewhere in the solar system.

Listen to a Black Hole (Link ID 367)
A Listening Key low frequency static-like noise corresponds to background X-ray emission the in sound

Finding the North Star (Polaris) (Link ID 369)
A closer look at the pole star and the neighboring constellations, especially the Big Dipper and Cassiopeia.

Astronomy Resources for Educators (Link ID 370)
Web-enabled interactive experiences and hands-on teaching materials.

Astronomy Lectures with Animations (Link ID 371)
Contains great animations and some really good lecture notes.

Sunrise Positions in Washington, D.C. (Link ID 373)
The photographs were each taken near the time of sunrise on a clear day near the 21st of the month.

Spectral lines activity (Link ID 374)
Activity where students compare the spectral lines of different elements.