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General Astronomy References
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Space.com Space.com
Space.com is one of the top places to visit for news about astronomy, space exploration, spaceflight, and skywatching. This site provides articles and videos that explore the latest discoveries from space.
Windows to the Universe Windows to the Universe
Windows to the Universe is a site that provides a wealth of information about our solar system and its effect on the sciences and culture. There is even a section for Teachers which provides many other astronomy references!
SKYLIGHTS SKYLIGHTS
The SKYLIGHTS program is a website that has been helping educators since 1991. See their information about the constelllations, take a tour of the Milky Way, read about advances in astronomy and much more!

Other General Astronomy Links:

Space Weather Prediction Center - NOAA
Sponsored by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Space Weather Prediction Center provides this site to get current space weather conditions. Check out geomagnetic storms, solar radiation storms and much more!

General Astronomy - Wikibooks
Check out this great resource provided by Wikibooks about general astronomy. Learn all about motion, gravity, telescopes, planetary science, Earth, space exploration, the Sun, and much more!

Astronomy Resources - From Surveillance-Video
View this listing of helpful online Astronomy links, covering everything from online libraries to astronomical images.

FAA Aviation & Space Education
The Federal Aviation Administration has various programs about Aviation and Space Education, that are available to the public. Check out teacher workshops and various other opportunities.


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