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An interview with Dr Carole Haswell on the methods used by astrobiologists to find planets outside our solar system.
Animation to look at the 3 Kepler Laws. A series of dots indicate the planet position for equal time intervals. A grid can be added to allow area estimation for law 1.
Information on the red planet and NASA's Mars exploration programme, including missions such as Phoenix, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Spiirt and Opportunity rovers and more.
A fun site about Mars exploration, with activities and games. Pack your bags for space travel, find out how much you weigh on Mars, or make a map of the red planet.
A collection of images of the planets and their satellites taken by NASA space missions.
A list of known minor-planets and comets which are predicted to come within 0.1 AU of Earth in the next 33 years.
Stunning picture gallery of the Hubble telescope's images of planets, nebulae and galaxies.
This site contains a wide variety of material on all aspects of school level physics from the planets to electricity.
Cartoon characters Bing and Bong, introduce primary school pupils to light and colour, springs, and a host of other science topics. An intriguing approach!
Catch up with the latest on the red planet with news, photos and blogs from NASA's Phoenix mission.
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