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Adam English's Astronomy Page  The different types of telescopes, the Moon and Planets, Beyond our Solar System, Space Exploration. You'll also find a selection of links to other astronomy-related sites and a photo gallery.

Astronomy For Kids  Solar System, Sun, Meteorites, Stars, Galaxies, Planets, Moon, Comets, Asteroids, Exploration.

Astronomy and Space for Kids Learn about Space: Solar System, Deep Space, Space Exploration, How big is the Universe?, Tools and Resources and Teachers' Corner. Also see the Fun with Astronomy Section.

The Franklin Institute Online: Space Science Facts, Space Science Fiction, Imaginary Planet Gallery, Space Story Studios, Space Story Portfolio... 

spaceKids.com  Have fun with games, a poll, jokes, pictures, and animations about the solar system, planets, stars, constellations,...

Home Page of the Junior Astronomers From the Local Astronomy Club of Santa Clarita.

Kids Earth and Sky

Johnson Space Center Kid's Shortcuts astronomy -- the planets, the stars, and our own solar system.information here about space science, the history of space travel, and more JSC is the home and training center for all American astronauts. Here's a photo album of NASA pictures. Galileo spacecraft on its exploration of Jupiter. The Women of NASA resource was developed to encourage more young women to pursue careers in math, science, and technology Find out more about the Hubble Space Telescope's latest discovery. Check out this multimedia foray into the mysteries of the universe. A NASA research team of scientists at the Johnson Space Center and at Stanford University has found evidence that strongly suggests there may have been life on Mars more than 3.6 billion years ago. Learn the truth about black holes or take the astronaut challenge. Tons of space activities from which to choose.

StarChild. A Learning Center for Young Astronomers  Meteoroids, Asteroids, the Solar System, the Asteroid Belt, Comets ...All the underlined words are glossary entries with concise and easy-to-understand explanations.













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