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         Solar System:     more books (100)
  1. Discovering the Solar System by Barrie W. Jones, 2007-07-27
  2. Exploring the Solar System (Dover Pictorial Archives) by Bruce LaFontaine, 1998-01-12
  3. Newton's Clock: Chaos in the Solar System by Ivars Peterson, 1995-04
  4. Disturbing the Solar System: Impacts, Close Encounters, and Coming Attractions by Alan E. Rubin, 2004-02-24
  5. The Sun (First Facts, the Solar System) by Ralph Winrich, 2005-01
  6. Amazing Solar System Projects You Can Build Yourself (Build It Yourself series) by Delano Lopez, 2008-01-01
  7. Solar System (Hands-on-Science) by Linda Milliken, 1998-10
  8. Physics of Solar System Plasmas (Cambridge Atmospheric and Space Science Series) by Thomas E. Cravens, 2004-11-11
  9. The Story of the Solar System: Simply told for general readers, by George F Chambers, 1902
  10. Volcanoes of the Solar System by Charles Frankel, 1996-09-28
  11. Build Your Own Solar Heating System by Kenneth Clive, 2007-03-01
  12. Voyager: An Adventure to the Edge of the Solar System by Sally Ride; Tam O'Shaughnessy, 2005-04
  13. Universe: The Solar System w/Student CD & Starry Night CD: featuring Starry Night Backyard and Deep Space Explorer by Roger Freedman, William J. Kaufmann, 2004-05-14
  14. Peterson First Guide to Solar System (Peterson First Guides(R)) by Jay M. Pasachoff, 1999-03-01

101. Solar System Live
solar systemA quality educational site offering 5000+ FREE printable theme units, word puzzles, writing forms, book report forms,math, ideas, lessons and much more.

102. NASA KIDS - A Nasa Site Dedicated To Kids - Kids Of All Ages!
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103. The Sun Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune
the solar system! Click on the pictures to learn more about each member of our solar system. (All Pictures of planets and sun on this page and the pages
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the Solar System!
Click on the pictures to learn more about each member of our Solar System.
(All Pictures of planets and sun on this page and the pages that follow are courtesy of NASA)
The Sun Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto and its moon Charon
Image Note: Credit: Dr. R. Albrecht, ESA/ESO Space Telescope European Coordinating Facility; NASA

104. Jessica's Solar System Page
Jessica s solar system Page I found to be useful in constructing these pages, and which are useful for additional information about the solar system.
Jessica's Solar System Page Created 02/10/98 I am a student in the Faculty of Education at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. I constructed this page as part of my concentration in Educational Technology; it is intended to be used as an educational resource for both teachers and students. Below is a list of the pages contained in this site as well as a list of other sites which I found to be useful in constructing these pages, and which are useful for additional information about the solar system. A list of the intended learning outcomes for this site is contained on the Teacher's Page. Menu Terrestrial Planets Gaseous Planets Asteroids, Meteors, Meteorites Comets ... Teacher's Page Useful Links to Other Sites on the Web Solar System Homepage Welcome to the Planets Nasa Shuttle Web How to Become an Astronaut ... Star Finders

105. Space
The solar system Planets The solar system Planets. The nine planets of our solar system formed at regular distance intervals from the sun.
General Science Earth Ocean Atmosphere ... Space Credits EOA Home
Product samples provided by EOA Scientific Systems To purchase products, visit Earth Science Glossary
Interactive Exercises
The Solar System Planets The nine planets of our solar system formed at regular distance intervals from the sun. Try and arrange the planets according to their relative distance. Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are in one interactive as the inner planets. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are in a second interactive Weight Mass Volume Density Gravity Energy Interactive (The farm) ...more
Related Projects
Matter and Energy This project is very good.
Related Link Pages
Each of the following pages contains a set of links for that topic. Space Science Links The Internet Campus is an interactive multimedia science learning web site of:
EOA Scientific
, a developer of educational software
EOA Scientific Systems, Inc.,
10 Kidston Road, Captain Spry Center
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, B3R 2J7

106. Silverfrost: Home To Solar Kingdom And FTN95
commercial, demo available Win95/98/NT A solar system simulator and planetarium, with planetary encyclopaedia.
About Us Contact Us Solar Kingdom Overview ... Purchase Silverfrost
Salford FTN95: Fortran for Windows
Welcome to the home of Salford FTN95: Fortran for Windows, the industry standard Fortran 95 compiler. With Salford FTN95 you can build either You can try Salford FTN95 for free right now by downloading the personal edition. To learn more about Salford FTN95 and download the personal edition click here or press the FTN95 button to the right.
Solar Kingdom

Solar Kingdom is Silverfrost's 3D Solar System simulator and extensive encyclopedia for the PC. The simulator produces real-time, 3D, full-colour displays. The Cassini spacecraft flew over the rings of Saturn... now you can do the same with Solar Kingdom. The encyclopedia contains extensive descriptions, images and movies about the planets and moons you will find in the simulator. We specifically sourced the best, highest resolution, images available. Learn more about Solar Kingdom version 1.5 by clicking here Solar Kingdom
Fortran Links
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Astronomy Links
Cassini-Huygens Mars Rovers JPL NASA ... ESA "...I tested Solar Kingdom using a computer projector on a large wall with the lights out - the results were stunning

107. Life Extraterrestrial: Life On Other Planets In The Solar System
The Xlife Website has been created to serve as a resource instrument for the Middle School Science Objective in the Michigan Curriculum Framework Compare
Life On Other Planets in the Solar System Looking for Extraterrestrial Life People have always wondered whether or not life exists elsewhere in our solar system. Somewhere besides the Earth. Percival Lowell: Looking for the Martian Canals We humans have never accepted the idea that it is only on the Earth that life has occurred. From earliest times when we peopled the heavens with gods, goddesses and supernatural beings, through our space exploration activities of the 20th Century, we are driven to decide the question: Is there Life on Other Planets?

108. Solar System Explorer

109. Www.c3.lanl.gov1331/c3/people/calvin/homepage.html
solar systemLinking the Norse Gods and Goddesses to the solar system.

110. On The True Structure Of The Solar System
Understand what has not been said.
On the true structure of the Solar System A different interpretation for the atomic structure Sobre la verdadera estructura del Sistema Solar Observaciones sobre el futuro humano On the true structure of the Solar System A different interpretation for the atomic structure Sobre la verdadera estructura del Sistema Solar Observaciones sobre el futuro humano ... Libro de visitas

111. A Collaborative Thematic Unit Theme The Solar System And
The Nine Planets A Multimedia Tour of the solar system is an overview of the Create a felt board model of the solar system showing the order of the
A Collaborative Thematic Unit Theme: The Solar System and Astronomy by Catherine Quattlebaum and Evelyn Pickens Focus : Students will explore the influences and characteristics of the sun, Earth and moon examining the relationship between these three bodies and the larger solar system. Grade Level: PreK-3 Objectives : Upon completion of the third grade, students should be able to:
1. Identify and describe the basic characteristics of the sun, moon and Earth. 2. Name and describe the planets. 3. Observe and explain the apparent movement of the sun and moon. 4. Explain the causes of day and night. 5. Relate the location of the sun to the time of day. 6. Name and describe the seasons.
Resources and Materials Community Gibbes Planetarium, Columbia, South Carolina . Group reservations can be made for Planetarium shows Tuesday through Friday from 9:30 AM to1:30 PM by calling (803) 343-2209. Shows appropriate for this age group include: "The Wonderful Sky" (ages 4 and older) "Winnie the Pooh and the Golden Rocket" (ages 4 and older) "Museumland" (1st and 2nd grade) "Sol and Company" (1st and 2nd grade) "The Little Star That Could" (1st through 3rd grade) "Space Bus" (2nd through 4th grade) Visit the Gibbes Planetarium Home Page on the Internet at the website address:

112. Mitzi's Space Page
Site about our solar system.
itzi's Space Page
tars and Beyond
Hi!!! My name is Melissa (you can call me Mitzi). I am very interested in science and especially the Solar System. If you are like me and are also interested in "what is beyond our world" this is the site to be at. I'm extremly sorry this page isn't quite finished yet but I will try my best to finish it as soon as possible! If you want to add something ar correct a mistake on this website please e-mail me at



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Sign My Guestbook!!! please e-mail me and help me out with this page if you can as I am only an 11 year old girl who is very busy!
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113. The Solar System Collaboratory, Front Page
with NETSCAPE NAVIGATOR 4.5+ or MS INTERNET EXPLORER 4.0+ If you re not sure about your system please look at our TECHNICAL GUIDE

114. Meadow View Observatory
A collection of color ccd images of galaxies, nebulae, star clusters and solar system objects.
Welcome to Bill Walser's
Meadow View Observatory
The observatory saw first light 15 May 1999 and is located in central North Carolina. It was motivated by love of deep space color images and my frustration over setting up and taking down telescope and computer equipment every clear night (Ignoring the issues of bugs, heat and ice). Total construction time was about two months including the dome, its base and the control cabin. It now takes less than ten minutes to start imaging. The dome is a ten foot ProDome and the cabin is a twelve foot square kit available through Lowe's. The cabin can be close to the dome because the ring of trees around the meadow raises the horizon thirty degrees in all directions. Some of the images included are early efforts (some obviously so). The learning curve for this type of imaging is difficult because of the broad range of knowledge required and a considerable amount of "hands on" doing (and frustration). Although some are technically weak they are still beautiful. If you enjoy these images, I would invite you to make donations to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Astronomy Department to support their graduate and research programs. The current department chairman is Bruce W. Carney who can be reached at 919-962-2079 or

115. Solar System - Celestial Mechanics
Presents ideas about the rotation of the sun and planets.
Solar System - Celestial Mechanics
Franz Heeke - Muenster / Germany A fluid in a glass rotates, when eccentrically shaken. My hypothesis: such "shaker effects" play an important role in celestial mechanics, driving and controlling the rotation of sun and planets. The mechanism of interaction is described in following Article 1. "Shaker effects" are most probably of influence also on our weather and climate. Eine Fluessigkeit in einem Glas rotiert, wenn sie exzentrisch geschwenkt wird. Meine Hypothese: "Schwenkeffekte" dieser Art spielen eine bedeutende Rolle in der Himmelsmechanik. Sie treiben und steuern die Rotation der Sonne und Planeten, und beeinflussen wahrscheinlich auch unser Klima. Die vermutete Wirkungsweise ist in deutscher Sprache im Artikel 2 beschrieben.
Article-1 Shaker Effects in Celestial Mechanics
1. Shaker Effects - Definition and Explanation
2. Sun's Motion and Sunspots
3. Rotation of Sun and Planets
4. Origin and Structure of the Solar System
5. Shaker Effects and Climate Variations

116. SPACE UPDATE Interactive Multimedia Project
CDRom with 600 MB of images and movies about the solar system, and the galaxy. Space Weather modules brings you today's images of the Sun in many wavelengths and the aurora from space. Sky Tonight sections gives today's star view. Funded by NASA. Commercial - Mac/Win

System Requirements
Frequently Asked Questions SPACE UPDATE currently includes 5 modules
Hot new images from the Hubble Space Telescope and other observatories around the globe.


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Recent results from planetary missions, plus planetary images from Hubble!

A description of what space weather is and what it does - including the latest images of the Sun and the latest auroral images from POLAR and IMAGE. Realtime space weather conditions from the WIND and ACE spacecraft - see our award-winning Space Weather hotlist for our source sites!

Information about new discoveries like Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 and solar and lunar eclipses.

117. The Space Elevator Reference Brought To You By SpaceRef
Scientific, engineering, economic and policy challenges inherent in constructing the solar systems first space elevator.
The Space Elevator Reference
Fiction or reality? With recent advancements in technology many people now believe it is possible to build a space elevator. This site will serve as a reference tool for those interested in exchanging ideas on the scientific, engineering, economic and policy challenges inherent in constructing the solar system's first space elevator. Marc Boucher, editor. What is a Space Elevator? A space elevator is a physical connection from the surface of the Earth, or another planetary body such as Mars, to a geostationary Earth orbit (GEO - In the case of Earth) above the Earth at roughly 35,786 km in altitude. It is hoped that someday a space elevator would be utilized as a transportation and utility system for moving people, payloads, power, and gases between the surface of the Earth and space. It makes the physical connection from Earth to space in the same way a bridge connects two cities across a body of water. (Source: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Advanced Space Infrastructure Workshop on Geostationary Orbiting Tether Space Elevator Concepts, slightly modified)
September 21, 2005

118. 3-D Tour
3D Tour of the solar system Teacher s Guide. AWARDS. Selected as a valuable educational internet resource for Discovery Channel School.
3-D Tour of the Solar System: Teacher's Guide AWARDS:
Selected as a valuable educational internet resource for Discovery Channel School. Images watermarked using

119. Southern Stars Systems - SkyChart III
planetarium program displaying the sky from anywhere on Earth, in the solar system, or in the Milky Way, and for any point in time in the future or past. It supports numerous telescope computer controllers. commercial, demo available Win3.1/95/NT, Mac

120. Planetary Photojournal: NASA's Image Access Home Page
Publicly released images from various solar system exploration programs.

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