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Students and faculty doing research in physics will find resources in this guide.
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    Astronomy Web Sites

    • Portal to the Universe
      The site features international astronomical news through images, videos, blogs, audio/video podcasts, and RSS feeds. Besides news, users can view a variety of types of graphic data. These include live telescope observations, positioning of key spacecraft, a calendar of upcoming near-Earth objects, views of sunspots, details about extrasolar planets, and various pictures of the day.
    • HubbleSite
      The award-winning site is chock-full of information and images about the Hubble Space Telescope and astronomy for every audience, including children, educators, and the general public, as well as museums/planetariums.
    • NASA - JPL Solar System Simulator
      Computer-generated images, images from Voyager, and USGS maps of planets, stars, and miscellaneous space items.

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