53 Earth and Space links found.
Your infrared guide to the world and the Universe beyond.
Astronomers at Las Cumbres Observatory are investigating exoplanets - planets which orbit stars other than our Sun - and they’d like your help.
Play with the building blocks of galaxies and explore our solar system.
A 3D interactive demonstration of real asteroids and their journeys through the solar system.
Astronotes is a blog from the Armagh Planetarium and is full of the latest news and views from the fascinating worlds of astronomy and space exploration.
Many useful resources dedicated to space education. Links to BBC space-related programmes can be found in the iPlayer section and further news and blogs are included here too.
Chromoscope lets you explore our Galaxy (the Milky Way) and the distant Universe in a range of wavelengths from gamma-rays to the longest radio waves.
Earthworm Watch allows children of all ages to undertake real outdoor science.
Promotes the use of space to enhance and support the teaching and learning STEM subjects.
ESTA supports and encourages the teaching of earth sciences at all levels.
Globe at Night
Globe at Night is an international citizen-science campaign to raise public awareness of the impact of light pollution.
This is the JunoCam community where you can actively participate in the mission! Upload your images of Jupiter and help NASA decide what points of interest JunoCam will photograph.
Making the Invisible Visible
A short film in tribute to the International Space Station Program filmed and presented by Dr. Don Pettit, NASA Astronaut and ISS Astrophotographer.
Guides, galleries and information relating to the observation of meteors, comets and asteroids.
The home of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the world's largest space exploration organisation.
NASA's Climate Kids
Teaching resources, information and games covering climate change from NASA.
Experience Earth and our solar system, the universe and the spacecraft exploring them, with immersive apps for Mac, PC and mobile devices.
This website aims to illustrate the scale and the grandeur of our solar system. All the planets and distances between them are to scale!
Use real data to look for planets around other stars in this web-based citizen science project.
A soils educational portal developed by the National Soil Resources Institute (NSRI) for learning and teaching.
Solar scientists need you! Help them spot explosions on the Sun and track them across space to Earth.
This site has been created by the people behind All About Space magazine and contains lots of detailed answers to questions about the cosmos.
News and resources from across the universe.
Space Telescope Designer
This project will help you explore the kinds of decisions the astronomers and engineers had to make as you design your own space telescope. Can you launch a telescope that will push back the frontiers of knowledge?
Launched in 1999, is the world's No. 1 source for news of astronomy.
Cataloguing the active human-made machines that freckle our solar system and dot our galaxy.
Topical news about space, the planets and NASA missions.
Star in a Box
Inside this box you can animate the different stages in a star's life and see how its brightness, size, and mass change with time.
A free open source planetarium for your computer.
Teach the Earth
A wealth of geoscience resources from the American website 'Teach the Earth'.
The Space Place
A wealth of space related teaching and learning resources, videos and activities from NASA.
UK Fossils Network
This site features hundreds of fossil collecting locations, geological guides and advice.
Amazing interactive animation from Nikon showing the scale of the universe.
Windows to the Universe
Here you can find images and guides covering space including the Earth, solar system and beyond. There are also guides for life, geology and physics.
A beautifully created real-time map of the world's weather.
World Space Week
World Space Week celebrates all things space from the 4th to the 10th October 2016.
WorldWide Telescope (WWT)
Enables your computer to function as a virtual telescope, bringing together imagery from the best ground and space-based telescopes in the world.