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Astronomy Basics – The Beginner’s Guide

Astronomy Basics

Knowing the basics of astronomy is very important for all kids to develop their interest in Science and technology. So, in this article, I have created the best resources section for you to show your child the astronomy basics.

Astronomy Basics

Brush up on your knowledge of astronomy with these classroom-oriented resources. All educators’ overviews, including instructions and suggestions for using the resources, Read More…

Astronomy For Beginners

All you really need to do to get started in astronomy is look up. The night sky is an amazing treasure chest of astronomical wonders, even if you don’t have a telescope or even binoculars.
Sky at a Glance logoOur most popular offering, “This Week’s Sky at a Glance,” guides you to the naked-eye sky, highlighting the major constellations and planets viewable in the evening sky, with occasional dips into deep-sky territory. Read More…

How to Start Right in Backyard Astronomy

Did you know you can see a galaxy 2½ million light-years away with your unaided eyes? Craters on the Moon with binoculars? Countless wonders await you any clear night. The first step is simply to look up and ask, “What’s that?” Begin gazing at the stars from your backyard, and you’ll be taking the first step toward a lifetime of cosmic exploration and enjoyment. Read More…

Introduction to Astronomy

Hello, explorer! You are about to start a journey that will take you to the farthest reaches of space and the innermost depths of matter and from the earliest beginning of time to the future billions of years from now. Introductory astronomy classes have the daunting task of introducing students to the wonders of the entire universe in one short course, often just one semester or one quarter long. Read More…