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Astronomy Site Map
Studying the origins of life and looking for life in the universe is complex, involving biologists, chemists who study molecules in interstellar clouds and those who search for extrasolar planets.
Using physics to study the universe and the objects in it such as stars, galaxies, black holes and nebulae.
The study of the formation and evolution of the universe.
Any of the material in the Astronomy site might be useful to you, but here there will be articles and links that are likely to be of particular interest to teachers, home educators and parents.
Beginnersī guides to get you started observing and finding your way around the sky, as well as choosing equipment.
Websites, activities and articles especially aimed at young people. Parents and teachers may be interested too, as well as anyone wanting a basic introduction to a subject.
Nebulae are vast clouds of gas and dust between the stars. Some are stellar nurseries, others are remnants of dead stars.
Astronomy doesnīt just happen. People do it. And sometimes rather than use robot probes, people also explore space. Here the stories of some of those people, both past and present.
Places related to astronomy, including historical sites, planetariums and museums.
A collection of articles with an astronomical theme that donīt fit in another category.
Astronomy and space books, movies and websites that are useful and enjoyable for people with different levels of expertise. There are also some gift ideas.
This is where we live and where our nearest neighbors are. Here is a tour of the planets and their moons, asteroids and comets, and far out to Pluto and Charon, the Kuiper Belt and the Oort Cloud.
The people who go into space and what space means to people on Earth.
How are stars are born in nebulae and how do they end their lives? What do we see in the sky? Galaxies are made up of vast numbers of the stars, but what are they like and how do they evolve?
The tools of astronomy include more than telescopes. There are also probes, landers, spectroscopes, satellites, computers, members of the public, star charts, planetarium programs and many others.
A preview for you of websites of astronomical interest - some background, the main features, good and bad points.
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