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Astronomy References
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NASA Online References From NASA
Run by the U.S. Government, NASA is an organization that works to better understand space and the universe. NASA has a number of astronomy tools for both students and teachers. Check it out!
Astronomy References Designed for Kids! Astronomy References Designed for Kids!
There are numerous resources online on Astronomy that are designed solely for kids and teaching kids! These sites make learning about astronomy fun and exciting. See interactive displays and explore space in a new way!
Sky and Telescope Magazine References About the Hubble Telescope
The Hubble Telescope has been taking beautiful pictures of the cosmos for decades. View archived pictures from the Hubble, and learn more about our eye in the sky!
Astronomy Magazines! Astronomy Magazines!
There are a lot of great references for astronomy that are available through astronomy magazines. Check out interesting articles, recommended resources and pictures from some of the leading magazines in astronomy.
General Astronomy References General Astronomy References
Looking for some great references about astronomy as a whole? Try this section where we have bunches of sites that focus on general astronomy, constellations and much more!

Other Sections in Astronomy:

Astronomy Photos!
There is no better way to explore the cosmos that to see it for yourself. There are numerous sites that you can visit, to see breathtaking views of the cosmos. We have provided a great list here, including NASA’s Photo of the day!

The Aurora Borealis
The Aurora Borealis, or the Northern Lights, is a beautiful light phenomena that is caused by particles of energy entering the upper atmosphere. We receive a lot of questions about auroras, so we have provided this helpful page with links all about them!

Black Holes
Black Holes are areas in space that trap and absorb everything they come in contact with, even light. We also receive a lot of questions about black holes, so we have provided this page with some great links about them!

Astronomical Data and Terms
What to know the size of Jupiter? Want to know about orbital velocity? Are you looking for astronomical data or other terms? Try this section of links!

The European Space Agency
There are many other space organizations besides NASA. One of those is the European Space Agency, and they offer a wide range of educational resources. Learn more about this great agency and the programs they provide.


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