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This website does all the calculations you need to build a scale model of the solar system and visualise the vastness of space.
An animation (with explanation) of the sun, moon and the earth, showing the arrangement during a solar eclipse , plus a synchronized view from earth.
A description of how a large solar furnace can be constructed
A brief description of how Solar (or photovoltaic) Cells work. Part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.
A brief description of how Solar Yard Lamps work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com. A good, understandable site.
A resource that links to many sites about our solar system. The "internet field trip" sites are very good - well thought out contextual links.
Great simulator allows you to view the solar system at any time and from any viewpoint.
A cool infographic showing the different atmospheres of the planets in our solar system.
A brief description of how Solar Eclipses work and the different types of eclipses. Part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.
Recent solar images, coronal scans, Ca-K and red images. Library of images available.
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