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6/10/2008 11:25:19 AM
Astronomy Resources

If your high schooler has an interest in astronomy, the Classical Astronomy website is a wonderful source of materials. The textbook used for the course, Signs & Seasons: Understanding the Elements of Classical Astronomy, includes many field activities.  According to the site, completing all assignments will equal a ½ credit of high school science. Don’t miss the Sky This Month feature of the website - an animation of the night sky during each month of the year. 

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