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Celebrate the achievements of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon.
The moon, mars, Saturn and beyond.... Cool map featuring the paths of over 200 space missions.
An explanation of how the moon affects the tides on the earth.
Video footage of the Earth rising above the Moon's surface. Filmed in 2007 aboard Japan's Kaguya satellite.
Article covering various areas including the basic physics of gravity and tides and the history of theoretical models for tides.
Roemer's observations of the periods of Jupiter's moon allowed the first estimate of the speed of light. A good site relevant to all college students.
The Huygen mission probe which landed on Titan, Saturn's largest moon, in January 2005. Includes good images and animations.
Information, images and teaching ideas on the moon, Mars and other planets. Also seminar timetables, and a collection of library information on space science.
A clip of an astronaut simultaneously dropping a feather and hammer to show that the fall at the same rate.
Details of the experiment conducted to determine the speed of light including Ole Römer's observation with an eclipse of Io, Jupiter's moon.
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