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Beginner's information on different types of star from University of Illinois astronomy department. Covers pulsars, supernovae, dwarf stars etc.
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 interesting data visualisation of all the planets Kepler has found, complete with information about their size, temperature, and distance and period of orbit.
The calculation of the maximum mass of 1.44 solar masses for a white dwarf was done by Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar on a ship on the way from India to England to begin graduate study in physics at ...
The reason behind why all the planets rotate in the same direction.
A great site with animations and explanation of how planets form.
Extensive overview of our solar system, covering history, mythology, and current scientific knowledge of planets, moons, asteroids in our solar system, with many links.
More than 15 hands-on science activities are provided in classroom-ready pages for both teachers and students for exploring Earth, the planets, geology, and space sciences.
A look at how Hubble has contributed to our knowledge of how planets form.
Read how angular momentum is the reason makes all the planets spin in the same direction.
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