Quick Links and Internet Resources

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Space Odyssey
Lectures, Classes & Fieldtrips
IMAX Showtimes
Planetarium Showtimes

Local Observatories
Chamberlin Observatory - University of Denver
Meyer-Womble Observatory - University of Denver
Meyer-Womble - Mt Evans

Local Organizations & Institutions
Denver Astronomical Society
Fiske Planetarium - University of Colorado

Space News Quick Links
Universe Today
Spaceflight Now
Science @ NASA
APOD

Missions Quick Links
All NASA Missions
Planetary Explorations
International Space Station

Google
Google Moon
Google Mars
Google Sky

Tools
Conversion Calculators
Astronomical Glossary
- Glossary terms can be accessed either alphabetically or by subject.

Global Favorites and Phone Apps

Zoom Astronomy - Search by topic, or click ASTRONOMY DICTIONARY to seach a specific item.

Amazing Space
- Comparison of spiral, elliptical, and irregular galaxies.

Imagine the Universe
- Astronomy and physics encyclopedia for teens through adult.

StarChild
- Astronomy fun for the young astronomer.

The Space Place - the site is full of fun things to learn and do; check out the games, animations, projects, coloring pages to download, and fun facts about Earth, space and technology.

Windows to the Universe

The Quest for Life

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NASA Apps
JPL Apps

NASA_App.jpg NASA App
The NASA App collects, customizes and delivers an extensive selection of dynamically updated information, images and videos from various online NASA sources in a convenient mobile package.
Android - Get the App on the Android Marketplace
iPhone - Get the App on the App Store



Games, Simulations and Animations

Way Out! Cosmic Trivia Game
Solar System Trading Cards
Planet Impact!
Galaxies Galore!

Drive the Mars Rover
Animations, Movies and Multimedia

Interactive Simulations
Fun, interactive, research-based simulations of physical phenomena from the PhET project at the University of Colorado

PeriodicTable.gif Periodic Table of the Elements

EyesOnEarth-tn.jpg Eyes on the Earth
Follow NASA satellites and learn how they collect critical data and view recent data for air temperature, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, sea level, ozone, ice and water.

SS-simulator.jpg Solar System Simulator - JPL

logo-eotss-main.pngEyes on the Universe - JPL
JPL created this 3-D environment, which allows you to explore the solar system from their computers.

MapAPlanet-banner.jpg Map a Planet - USGS
Explore global imagery of the planets and satellites from a variety of missions in an easy to use web interface. Customize and download your own image maps of the Moon, Mars, Venus, and other planets and moons.

 

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