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A simple explanation, accompanied by a clear diagram, of why the eclipsed moon appears red.
An interesting piece explaining how the moon's motion, tides and the earth's rotation are linked.
This simple animation show what happens during a lunar eclipse as the moon passes through the shadow of the Earth.
An interactive site where images of the Earth or the Moon can be viewed from positions in space. An extremely useful tool to see day/night divisions on Earth.
Animations to show phases of the moon as viewed from earth and above
Great animation which shows the different phases of the moon
50 features on the moon that you can spot with a telescope.
The astronauts of the Apollo 11 mission left a mirror on the surface of the moon to determine the distance from the Earth to the Moon. After 40 years, the experiment is finally being shut down.
A vivid multimedia adventure unfolding the splendor of the Sun, planets, moons, comets, asteroids, and more.
In 1676, Ole Roemer made the first accurate measurement of the speed of light using Jupiter's moons. His estimate was 140,000 miles/second.
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