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A short and simple guide explaining how solar power works and understand what to look for when researching or installing solar panels.
A brief description of how Solar Sails work and solar spacecraft design This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.
Very descriptive site, answers many questions about the solar system. Lesson plans provided. An interactive site where users can learn about the solar system and other space related topics.
A fast moving animation showing charge separation and lightning between storm clouds and the ground
A wonderful description of what happened to telegraph stations during extreme space weather Carrington Event in 1859.
An article explaining the thermodielectric effect and where it occurs.
An overview from the BBC on solar energy.
Explore our solar system with this beautiful 3D interactive which shows the orbits of the planets, distances, etc (requires flash).
It turns out solar panels get slightly more power if they face west rather than south.
Build your own solar system in this flash simulation with stars, planets and moons, and see what weird and wonderful orbits you can create.
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