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         Astronomy Activities:     more books (102)
  1. Contemporary Activities in Astronomy, 3RD EDITION SPIRAL BINDING by DareelHof, 2006
  2. Glow-in-the-Dark Night Sky Stickers (Dover Little Activity Books) by Jeff A. Menges, 2006-04-10
  3. Adventure in Space (Hippo activity) by Janet McKellar, Jenny Bullough, 1986-08-07
  4. Janice VanCleave's Constellations for Every Kid: Easy Activities that Make Learning Science Fun (Science for Every Kid Series) by Janice VanCleave, 1997-07-15
  5. Starry Night Pro with Activities Workbook: for 21st Century Astronomy, Second Edition by Donald Terndrup, 2007-05-09
  6. Journey into Space (Activity Books) by Stephen Cole, Emma Dodd, 1997-06-30
  7. Cooperative Learning Activities in Introductory Astronomy for Non-Science Majors by Scott T. Miller, John D. Trasco Grace L. Deming, 1997-01-01
  8. The Space Book: Activities for Experiencing the Universe and the Night Sky by Marc McCutcheon, 2002-11-08
  9. Astronomy: observational activities and experiments by Michael Kizinski Gainer, 1973
  10. Fundamental Problems in Solar Activity: Proceedings of Symposium E3 of the Cospar Twenty-Ninth Plenary Meeting Held in Washington, D.C., Usa, 28 Augu (Advances in Space Research) by D. C.) COSPAR. Plenary Meeting (29th : 1992 : Washington, 1993-08
  11. Space Adventure (Fuzzy Felt Activity Books)
  12. Creation astronomy: A study guide to the constellations! (Media angels science) by Felice Gerwitz, 1997
  13. Astronomy Projects (Isaac Asimov's New Library of the Universe) by Isaac Asimov, Frank Reddy, et all 1996-01
  14. Our Solar System (Brighter Child Activity Books) by Carson-Dellosa Publishing, 2003-09-15

61. Astronomy Day
Each club and observatory, planetarium or science center may may schedule theirown events, or include astronomy activities in their ongoing programs.
AANC Home Page AANC Resource Guide AANC Calendar AANC Awards
Astronomical Association
of Northern California
Updated: 3/31/2002 AANC Contact for information, suggestions, publicity for your Astronomy Day events: Jane Houston Jones, AANC President and Astronomy Day Coordinator Astronomy Clubs can inform AANC about their Astronomy Day activities using the
Astronomy Day Form
(at the bottom of this page). When: Astronomy Days from National Coordinator's Handbook
Year 1st Qrtr Moon Astronomy Week Astronomy Day Illumination May 22 May 16-22 May 22 May 10 April 3-9 April 8 April 30 April 23-29 April 28 April 20 April 15-21 April 20* May 5-11 May 10 April 19-25 April 24 *In 2002, Sacramento Valley Astronomical Society SVAS will have Astronomy Day on May 18. See
Who: the AANC - Astronomical Association of Northern California. the umbrella organization for nearly 30 Northern California Astronomy clubs invites all astronomy clubs nationwide to join with us in celebrating an Astronomy Day. What: Astronomy Day is an opportunity to celebrate astronomy and share our Universe with the public. It's a good opportunity for astronomy clubs to make themselves known and recruit new members. Won't you join us?

62. Resources: Internet Links
Astronomy with a Stick (AWS) Daytime astronomy activities for Elementary andMiddle School Students from the National Association of Science Teachers.

63. Quia - Astronomy - Top 20 Activities
Games and quizzes for learning astronomy astronomy top 20 activities. Quia users have created activities in the following topics.
Astronomy - top 20 activities
Quia users have created activities in the following topics. These activities have been created by Quia's subscribers and are of varying quality. Quia has not reviewed these, and some activities may contain inaccuracies. If you are a Quia subscriber, you may copy any of these activities and modify them for your own use. Create an activity Add your own activity
Search Options (Choose from one of the following menus.) The 20 most popular activities in this topic are listed below. To list many more , select All activities by title or All activities by author All Activities ... Select ... top 20 only by title by author Subcategory ... Select ... Moon Directory
Order the Planets

Order these planets by their distance from the sun, from nearest to farthest.
Created by Quia Editors Fun with Planets
Created by Ron Zamora Order of Planets
Put the planets of the solar system
in order from nearest to the sun to the
farthest from the sun
Created by Zack Ward Messing with Messier Match the Messier number with the proper name. Created by Bill Dunwoody Planets Unit of study on the nine planets of our solar system.

64. HEASARC Education & Outreach
astronomy in the Classroom has K12 curriculum ideas and class projects. Enchanted Learning Software creates children's educational software games designed to stimulate creativity, learning, enjoyment, and imagination.. Rebus Rhymes. Crafts. PreK/K activities. Writing. Cloze activities
Skip navigation and go to page content
-Archive Interfaces- Argus: proposal info Astrobrowse: worldwide catalog search Browse: search HEASARC archives SkyMorph: search variable objects SkyView: virtual observatory CalDB: Calibration database Coord Converter Date Converter Energy Converter FITS: standard data format FITSIO: FITS subroutine library FTOOLS: general s/w for FITS files fV: FITS file editor nH: Column Density RPS proposal submission RXTE ASM weather map Time Converter TIPTOPbase: atomic data Viewing: possible obs times WebPIMMS: flux/cnt converter WebSpec: spectral sims X-ray Background Tool Xanadu: data analysis suite X-ray, Gamma-ray, EUV Source Finder xTime: RXTE time converter HEASARC Resources/Education -Resources/Education- Contact Info APOD: Astronomy Picture of the Day Ask an Astronomer Bibliography HEASARC Pict of the Week History of High-Energy Astronomy Images, Spectra, Light curves Imagine the Universe! Legacy Journal Meetings Resources Staff StarChild (K-8 EPO) Tour the site WebStars: gen. astronomy info/news What's New
Search the HEASARC site:
Education and Public Outreach Activities at the HEASARC
The HEASARC provides a number of facilities for students, educators, and the general public to learn more about the universe. The general public and students from elementary school to college age will find informative material on topics ranging from the solar system to black holes to distant galaxies. Education materials for teachers include activities and lesson plans which use concepts and data from high energy astrophysics in interdisciplinary lessons appropriate for math and science classes. Scientists will also find materials and images for their use in presentations before a variety of audiences.

65. Infrared Astronomy (IPAC Educational Outreach)
All about infrared astronomy from NASA's infrared astronomy center Discovery of infrared, what is infrared and infrared astronomy, history, the infrared universe, gallery, activities, discoveries, missions and a lot of links to IR astronomy sites.
NEWS: "Hyper Extremely Red Object" Discovered Near Galaxy
Discovery of Infrared What is Infrared? ... Active/Future Projects Infrared image of person
holding burning match
Infrared image of Orion The Infrared Universe Infrared Spectroscopy Classroom Activities Infrared Links ... IPAC (the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center) is operated by the California Institute of Technology Jet Propulsion Laboratory under contract to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). IPAC is NASA's Infrared Astrophysics Data Center. Last Updated: 2003 February 5
Visit Our Education Home Page! Author: Linda Hermans-Killam

66. San Diego Astronomy Association
Describes the group's activities, including public star parties at the Tierra Del Sol observatories in California.
Promising the Sun, the Moon, and the Stars...and Delivering! The San Diego Astronomy Association (SDAA) is a non-profit educational organization established and incorporated in 1963. The purpose of the SDAA is to further the education of its members and the general public in the subjects of astronomy and the related space and physical science, and to increase public awareness and enjoyment of these sciences. The SDAA holds regularly scheduled activities. On the third Wednesday of each month, an educational lecture program and general meeting is presented for its members and the general public at the theatre at the Mission Trails Regional Park . Regular Sky Observing sessions are held at our ten acre site in the East County at Tierra del Sol , and the Star Parties mirror and telescope making classes, and seminars in observing and astrophotography. Our web site includes information on Events , the E-mail Bag , the Observer's Corner , SDAA Contacts,

67. OLogy
Learn a lot about astronomy, paleontology, and the definitions of other ologies on this site by taking journeys through space and the Gobi Desert. Includes games and activities and is presented by the American Museum of Natural History.

68. Department Of Physics And Astronomy At University Of Pennsylvania
Includes a list of staff, information on the teaching program and internship opportunities, as well as its activities.
Condensed Matter Physics High Energy Physics Computing Send comments to webster
Last modified Thursday, 03-Apr-2003 17:10:25 EST by MT.
hits since May 2002.

69. ASP: Education
Here are the scheduled astronomy Day activities that have been reported to the Astronomical League.
home education
SEARCH ASP SITE: Education Topics: Programs Activities Resources Staff ... Forums
Education Highlights New arrivals just in! Find over 35 new hands-on science products in the ASP's AstroShop , an online resource for astronomy education. Visit the Astroshop now Request our new catalog if you are not on our mailing list. Learn how you can be involved with Bay Area Project ASTRO ! We are currently accepting applications for both teachers and astronomers to participate in next year's program. See if your students, family or friends can survive a Crash Landing! by trying our latest Sample Activity from Family ASTRO
  • Find out more about this highly successful national program that partners astronomers and teachers in the classroom
  • San Francisco Bay Area ASTRO is a Project ASTRO National Network Site that is run by the ASP
  • Family ASTRO Discover a new program at the ASP that is developing events and activities to share the excitement of hands-on astronomy with families
  • SOFIA Explore the invisible universe of infra-red astronomy in a 747 at high altitudes

70. SSDOO Education: Activities For Students
Space science activities for elementary and secondary students in astronomy, physics, life sciences, and space technology.
Space Science Activities for Students
The following activities are sponsored by current and former SSDOO staff members:
The following activities are recommended for students in the Greenbelt, MD vicinity:
Other Useful Links: Return to SSDOO Education home page Author: Carolyn Ng Contact Person: Nathan L. James,, (301)286-9789

71. Institute Of Astronomy University Of Latvia
Information about astronomical activities in Latvia.
Institute of Astronomy University of Latvia
Projects Links

72. Visnjan Observatory Homepage
Public observatory specialized in research of the small bodies of the Solar system. Other activities include education and popularization of astronomy and science.
C O N T E N T S About Us
location, staff members and colaborators Suncanje u sigurnosti
Suncanje bas i nije ono sto se smatralo. UV index i ostalo .... CDSA Croatian Dark Sky Association
- u izradi - Spaceguard HR the goal is to discover and followup celestial bodies which could potentially be a threat to Earth.... FAQ - linkovi
Èesto postavljana pitanja iz ASTRONOMIJE Visnjan is a small, picturesque, medieval town situated on the west rim of the Istria peninsula highlands

73. Astronomy In The Classroom - Enchanted Learning Software is a usersupported site. Click here to learn more. astronomyin the Classroom, astronomy Label Me! Printouts Many printouts on astronomy. is a user-supported site. Click here to learn more.
Astronomy in the Classroom
Label the Solar Eclipse Diagram
A printout for labeling a solar eclipse.
Label the Solar System, label the phases of the moon, label the Earth, and other Label Me! astronomy printouts Astronomy Crafts Astronomy Coloring Pages (or make an astronomy coloring book) ... Interactive Astronomy Puzzles about the Solar System, Sun, planets, comets, etc. Find It! Astronomy Quizzes : Quizzes about the Sun, moon, solar system, etc. that introduce students to astronomy research on the Internet. For the answers to the astronomy Find It! quizzes, click here Solar System Tutorial : Quizzes about the Sun, moon, solar system, etc. that introduce students to astronomy research on the Internet.
Astronomy questions and Answers
Solar System Calendar
A printable calendar to read and color.
Astronomy Label Me! Printouts
Many printouts on astronomy.
Sun Maze: A Printout A printable maze for kids. Answers Earth Diagram Label the inside of the Earth. Answers Moon Phases Diagram Label the phases of the waxing and waning moon.

Information about research programs, courses offered, activities, meetings and publications.
The department of Astronomy of the university of Guanajuato
Tel: +52 (473) 732 9607 or (473) 732 9548
Fax: +52 (473) 732 0253 The department of Astronomy of the University of Guanajuato Mexico, was founded in 1995 and is administratively linked to the Institute of Physics located in the city of Leon. In February 1997, we inaugurated the offices of the department located in the city of Guanajuato
The Department
Colloquium and meetings Formation and outreach Publications Useful links in Astronomy
All about the city of Guanajuato
This page is maitained by Roger Coziol and was last updated the 27 of February 2003.

75. Astronomy Puzzles - Zoom Astronomy
Puzzles Answer the astronomy questions and a picture will appear. Click on a resourcebelow to go to a puzzle about that topic. These activities are designed
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Answer the astronomy questions and a picture will appear. Click on a resource below to go to a puzzle about that topic. These activities are designed for young astronomers in grades 2-6. A suggested classroom activity involves having the students read the related pages on that topic in Zoom Astronomy , (which is listed on each puzzle page) and then answer the questions. For a Planets Place Mat, click here . You can learn astronomy at each meal! These high-quality vinyl mats are 11 1/2 inches x 17 1/2 inches tall. We also have Solar System placemats Available from Please support our store - all of the proceeds from ZoomStore go toward defraying the costs of keeping on the Web.
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First search engine with spelling correction and pictures!

76. ELTE TTK Csillagászati Tanszék - Honlap
News and information on department activities and events.
Department of Astronomy of
the Eötvös Loránd University Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem
Csillagászati Tanszék
Welcome to the Old Server of the Department of Astronomy of the Eötvös University! Üdvözöljük az Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem Csillagászati Tanszék régi szerverén!
New URL-address: Új elérhetõségünk:

77. ActDEN (Digital Education Network): Software Tutorials And Online Courses
Lessons and activities in math, language arts, social studies, astronomy and graphic design. O HOME O ABOUT O REGISTER O GUEST O UPDATE O CONTACT
act den (Digital Education Network) has been your resource for online learning since 1995. Please 'click' around and enjoy our free software tutorials and high-quality online courses. SOFTWARE TUTORIALS ONLINE COURSES FrontPage 2000
Making web sites is easier than ever! Office 2000
Classroom communication collaboration presentation Internet
Explorer 5

Surf at warp speed in your classroom Internet
Explorer 4

Max the Web with IE4 PowerPoint 98
Pick up PowerPoint pointers from Jim and Sue FrontPage 98
Why weave web sites without FrontPage? Outlook Express
E-mail is easy with Outlook Express TestDEN Prepare for the TOEFL test on the Internet WritingDEN Are wolves really bad? You decide SkillsDEN A primer to Information Technology SkyDEN The Ever Expanding Universe GraphicsDEN Have you visited our student gallery?

78. The Teacher's Corner: Multidisciplinary Classroom Activities
A multidisciplinary resource for lesson plans, study guides, and laboratory activities for middle school to college level. Math, Chemistry, Physics, and astronomy are all taught through the single unifying theme of the exciting world of highenergy astrophysics! The Teacher's Corner also includes information on NASA programs and opportunities.

Imagine Home
Current page
Join our Imagine News mailing list to receive e-mail about important updates to our site. Visit the Teachers' Forum to chat with other educators about using our materials in the classroom. Check the Latest News for Educators for other cool, new educational materials.
Our Teacher Resources include: We also have information about: Several of our web pages have been selected for sci Links , a service provided by the NSTA.
Send us your comments!
Home Imagine Science Exhibit Central ...
Show me a printable version of this page.
Imagine the Universe is a service of the High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center ( HEASARC ), Dr. Nicholas White (Director), within the

79. Physics And Astronomy Home Page
General information about the department, reserach activities, staff and students, and other details. Also features newsletter archives.
Physics and Astronomy Contact Information RAO Open House Information About the Department Physics and Astronomy Links ... SCIberMENTOR Science and Engineering Email Mentorship for Girls Distinguished Lecture Series Summer Studentships in Medical Physics PHAS Webmail Summer Job opportunity (coming soon) Calgary Weather Financial services Rothney Astrophysical Observatory
Return to
Faculty of Science homepage Return to University of Calgary homepag e Comments/Questions: Report Problems:

80. Deep Impact Home Page
NASA homepage for the planned mission, which will fly by Comet 9P/Tempel 1 on July 4, 2005. Includes kids' activities, lesson plans for educators, and an amateur astronomy observing program.
A new launch window is announced for the Deep Impact project, the first mission to look deep inside a comet. Technical and management issues, including contamination in the propulsion system and late deliveries of key spacecraft components, resulted in delays in the pre-flight testing schedule. These concerns led Deep Impact Principal Investigator, Mike A'Hearn, to recommend to NASA a delay of launch. A launch window beginning December 30, 2004, previously identified as a back-up date, provides more thorough testing for the spacecraft systems before launch and allows us to arrive at Tempel 1 to impact it as originally scheduled on July, 4, 2005. NASA management approved the recommendation.
New educational activities added 9/12/02!
Old Trajectory
(Click to enlarge) New Trajectory
(Click to enlarge) Deep Impact will be the first mission to make a spectacular, football-stadium-sized crater, seven to 15 stories deep, into the speeding comet. Dramatic images from both the flyby spacecraft and the impactor will be sent back to distant Earth as data in near-realtime. These first-ever views deep beneath a comet's surface, and additional scientific measurements will provide clues to the formation of the solar system. Amateur astronomers will combine efforts with astronomers at larger telescopes to offer the public an earth-based look at this incredible July 2005 encounter with a comet.
More on the Mission

Latest Images

Meet the Team
Deep Impact goes to Tempel 1!

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