by Ron Kurtus (revised 25 July 2020)
- General Astronomy
- Observatories and photos
- The Moon
- Black Holes
Use these resources to help your understanding of the material.
If you have suggestions or comments on these resources, send an email with your feedback. I will try to get back to you as soon as possible.
Astronomy - Wikipedia
Space Facts - Scientific, historical and cultural facts about the Solar System
Planet Orbits - From Space-Facts.com
Galactic Facts - Interesting facts about Astronomy
Astronomy for Kids: Introductory Guide - From GiftedGeek.co.uk
Northern Lights - From Michigan Tech (mtu.edu)
Northern Lights photos - Collection of images
Top Astronomy NASA Photos Of All Time - From TheHubPost.com
Top Public Observatories - From PublicRecordsReviews.com
Telescopes on a Budget - Information on buying and using a telescope
Best selling Telescopes - Amazon.com
Facts About the Moon - From NASA
The Moon - Good details from Nine Planets site
The Phases of the Moon - TimeandDate.com
Moon Phases Visualized - TimeandDate.com
The Moon - Information and statistics from Russian version of American website
Daily Moon Phases (Current Phase) - May need Flash player
Black Holes Frequently-Asked-Questions by Ted Bunn - thorough explanation of Black Holes from the University of California-Berkeley
Virtual Trips to Black Holes and Neutron Stars by Robert Nemiroff - explanations and MPEG movies showing how things look from NASA (most computers can show these short animations)
Use these resources to get further information on the various Astronomy topics. If you have some good Astronomy links, let me know about them.
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