– A website about misunderstandings people have about astronomy
– For the interested amateur
– This site helps you locate satellites, the ISS, etc.
– This is an animation of the assembly of the ISS
– This is free software to help you learn the sky
– An amazing accomplishment by two High School students.
– See what the Sun is doing right now!
– Pictures, Pictures, Pictures
– This is a guide to black holes run by the StarDate radio show!
– The local astronomy connection for the Sacramento area
– Search for alien life from your home computer!
– See the sky – all of it – including the galaxy!
– A selection of pictures and movies from the Hubble Space Telescope (Hubble Heritage)
– Learn about the asteroids that may kill us all
– A very good collection of astronomy simulations
En Espanol :
– Information en la programa astronomia de UNAM
– Una diagrama muy importante en la evolution de las estrellas
– Information en las projectas en astronomia y ciencia de NASA
Physics Applets (link expired)
– Java scripts that do visual physics simulations on your computer
– Find out who’s world is being rocked today
– For non-Hawai’ians also
– A lot of weather information, few ads
– Information on Global Warming not sponsored by an oil company, but rather an environmental group
– See where NOT to retire to
– Much material on odd claims, from SCC philosophy professor Robert Carrol
– Examines fringe claims made by many groups, publisher of Skeptic Magazine
– The best site for fringe claims about astronomy
– Examines African-American contributions to physics and astronomy