Earth and Sky
The site for the daily science radio series; it includes informative articles/discussions on various topics, news and discoveries in the earth sciences, astronomy, and environmental sciences. Included are sound files and a searchable archive of past programs.
Subject: Earth Sciences; Environmental Sciences & Ecology; Astronomy
Imagine the Universe
This site sponsored by NASA discusses the Universe... “what we know about it, how it is evolving, and the kinds of objects and phenomena it contains”. Features include an "Ask a NASA Scientist.
This site provides new tours of the moon every night with maps, photos, explanations, animations, and selected links.
This site provides Information about past and current NASA initiatives, up-to-date reports on experiments, shuttle missions, astronomical observations, etc. Archives provide information about space history. Links to additional NASA services.
Subject: Government--US Federal Government; Astronomy--Spaceflight & Exploration; Science & Technology News
NASA History Office
This website captures the history of human space flight, aeronautics, space science, and space applications.
Subject: Astronomy--Spaceflight & Exploration
This site provides articles, images, history, and myths concerning stars and their constellations. Photographs are available of 48 stars, 108 constellations, and links to the Wilson Observatory and other Space sites.
Subject: Astronomy--Stellar; Astronomy--Stargazing
This site is a Virtual Observatory generating images of any part of the sky. It also has links to NASA and the Goddard Space Flight Center as well as links for homework help.
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
This site has online exhibits and images of the museum’s collections, as well as news, upcoming events, and general information about the museum.
Subject: Transportation--Air; Astronomy--Spaceflight & Exploration; Air & Space
U.S. Naval Observatory
This site provides links to a wide range of links to astronomical data and products, and serves as the official source of time for the U.S. Department of Defense and a standard of time for the entire United States. It also includes a link to the James M. Gilliss Library which holds one of the most complete collections of astronomical literature in the world.
Subject: Astronomy--Stargazing; Astronomy--Solar System (Planetary)