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A short and simple description to a common question - Why is the Sky Blue? - The blue color of the sky is a result of sunlight passing through and interacting with the atmosphere.
Pictures and information on the sea animals and the space. Very colourful site. Good for downloading pictures.
See the stars from the comfort of home. This monthly stargazing video guide keeps you informed about constellations, deep sky objects, planets, and events.
A simple explanation of why the sky appears blue when the sun is high and red at sunset. A brief description is given of a home experiment to demonstrate the effect.
A fun site that offers lots of simple information, games and sky maps. Great way to get started on astronomy.
A useful astronomy site for teachers or the general public. The site contains a moving orrery and the sky on any night selected.
This astronomical society provides a good daily sky map and information on the latest astronomy news.
This page shows you what to look out for in the night sky whether using a telescope or the naked eye. It also has good advice if you are thinking of buying a telescope or binoculars.
Interactive site where you can search the sky for black holes using different telescopes and take a virtual trip to see a black hole up close.
Interesting facts about light from the Science, technology and Facilities Council (STFC). Includes 'Why is the Sky Blue?'.
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