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A great resource with games, worksheets about how light is used to explore the solar system from measuring atmospheres and soils to designing your own planet. Covering many topics such as ...
Site containing information about current satellites launches, solar system and Earth observation. There are links from the 'Learning Zone' to other Space sites
Play exoplanet hunters in this interactive from NASA and discover how Kepler searches for habitable exoplanets outside our solar system using the transit method. Requires flash.
Good introduction to NASA's program dedicated to monitoring possible asteroid collisions. Basic knowledge of Solar System assumed. An informative, well-presented, well-focused site.
A site containing lots of images of the planets in the solar system and the machines used to take the pictures. This site also contains a comprehensive glossary of space terms.
A really thorough article on the history of the metric system, the first international measurement system.
A NASA page all about solar wind, including the latest data on the Sun's activity and with lots more information on solar physics.
NASA's Jet Propulsion laboratory conducts research into robotic exploration of the solar system.
Achieve of planetary data and images from NASA. Fact sheets are available on the Sun, planets in the solar system and comets. This is an easy to use site with nice images.
The reason behind why all the planets rotate in the same direction.
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