Edition 12 of the Astronomy On-line Newspaper

Some Interesting Links

Why don't you try these links to interesting places?

1. Encyclopaedia Britannica

This is one of the largest, if not the largest, encyclopaedia available in the world. You may obtain a 7-day free trial subscription during which you will have access to enormous amounts of information about all possible areas of human activity.

2. Educational Resources from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific

This Society is one of the most active astronomical groupings in the world. It has many programmes that are concerned with astronomical education. At this Website you will have access to the ASP Catalogue on-line.

3. IAU Commission 46

The International Astronomical Union which unites all professional astronomers in the world has a special Commission that deals with Astronomy Education. Try this new Web site.

4. Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, USA

Do you want to learn the latest news about the successful Hubble Space Telescope? Why don't you visit the very comprehensible Website of this telescope's home institute?

5. Natural Catastrophes

Astronomy studies possible natural influences from the outside on the Earth, for instance the collision with other bodies in the solar system. A highly interdisciplinary Conference about Possible Bronze Age Catastrophes is being organized by the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies (SIS).


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