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Astronomy & Space

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This electronic encyclopedia is a great resource for the both the beginner.
http://www.hotliquidmagma.com/
[ Kids/Teens ] - Learn how to build a rocket while discovering the mysteries of Aurora Borealis and remote mapping.
http://www.alaskascience.com/
Stars, planets, black holes, Junior Astronomers Club.
http://www.kidsastronomy.com/
Get information on all sorts of astronomical and space topics from this popular U.K. magazine's site.
http://www.astronomynow.com/
Resource for amateur astronomers and space enthusiasts.
http://www.cosmic-connection.com/
A 3D game-like computer interface that allows students to virtually explore remote places like Mars and other planets.
http://www.eventscope.org/
Educates and inspires kids to pursue advanced studies in science and engineering.
http://www.foge.org/
The site is authored by Carolyn Collins Petersen, an accomplished astronomy writer and part-time Hubble researcher.
http://www.thespacewriter.com/
Space-related education, games, merchandise, NASA content and photos geared toward kids, parents.
http://www.lunaroutpost.com/
Check out this learning center filled with special detailed 'courses' on Mars and space-related topics.
http://www.marsacademy.com/
Com this neat site from NASA is a fun way to learn about NASA's projects and science with news stories, info.
http://www.kids.msfc.nasa.gov/
Multimedia exploration of Earth and space from everyone's favorite rocket scientists.
http://www.observe.arc.nasa.gov/
Look up articles about space written for a variety of reading levels.
http://www.nasaexplores.com/
Offers self-taught printable versions of space lessons from kindergarten to high school.
http://www.nasaexplores.com/
Galaxies, stars, and planets - how did they get here.
http://www.origins.jpl.nasa.gov/