Space Science Web Sites

Sky and Telescope Commercial site for "Sky ∓ Telescope" magazine. Good information on viewing comets and meteors. Interactive sky chart to help you observe celestial objects.

The OpenScience Observatories, the Open University operates a collection of telescopes and other instruments on Mount Teide, Tenerife.

Abrams Planetarium Easy to use information on observing stars, planets, comets, meteors, and others.

NASA for Educators. Provides instructional materials, pictures, and information on the space program and current missions.

NASA Astronaut Program web site is designed to inspire the next generation of explorers. The site promotes proficiency in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and encourages visitors to work with NASA to shape the future in space and on Earth.

Hubble Space Telescope This is the Hubble Space Telescope home page. There are educational materials, pictures, technical data, and information about the telescope. Solar System Trading Cards, a game for learning about our nearest neighbors, is one of the Amazing Space educational activities provided at this site.

Science-Education Gateway. More than 20 lesson plans for grades K-12 developed through the University of California-Berkeley including Aurora’s: Paintings in the Sky, Best of the Solar System, The Comet’s Tale, Classifying Galaxies, Electromagnetic Radiation on Trial, Exploring the Planets On Line, The Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer, Eyes in the Sky, Find That Comet, and more.

Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) of NASA, the site includes telescope building and observation projects.

 

 

 

 

Last Modified on 2019-08-22
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