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Astronomy & Space

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Learn about NASA's exploration of extrasolar planets, which are planets outside our solar system.
http://www.planetquest.jpl.nasa.gov/
Learn about U.S. states and test your trivia knowledge about the world and space.
http://www.randmcnallykids.com/
Learn about the solar system or take a tour of Mars and the stars.
http://www.sciencemonster.com/
Experience a virtual travel through the dimensions of our world and beyond.
http://www.sciencetunnel.com/
Online page of Sky and Telescope magazine, covering all sorts of astronomy topics.
http://www.skyandtelescope.com/
May 2, 2002 is Space Day. Check out the activities and play some games. Requires Flash.
http://www.spaceday.com/
Check out this site from NASA and JPL and learn all about different space topics.
http://www.spaceplace.jpl.nasa.gov/
Features space and science news stories, interactive games, questions and answers, contests, kids' submissions, and weekly polls.
http://www.spaceKids.com/
Listen to actual recorded sounds from space and audio from space missions.
http://www.spacesounds.com/
Do-it-yourself TV show on naked-eye astronomy.
http://www.starhustler.com/
Provides photographs, diagrams, and the history of the astrolabe.
http://www.astrolabes.org/
News on camp programs, plus images, sound clips, video, and other space links.
http://www.spacecamp.com/
Gives the current time, synchronized by NIST.
http://www.whattimeisit.com/
Get the answer to this question and more; such as why sunsets are red, why Mars is red.
http://www.why-is-the-sky-blue.org/