|The Nine Planets |
Visit this web page for a multimedia tour of the Solar System. There are about 60 sections covering the major bodies: the Sun, the Moon, the planets, their moons, and asteroids, comets, meteors, meteorites, the Kuiper Belt and the Oort Cloud, the Interplanetary Medium.
|Space Educators\' Handbook |
This website offers the Multimedia Space Educators\' Handbook, a virtual space encyclopedia from the Automation, Robotics, and Simulation Division at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
| Eric\'s Treasure Trove Project |
Eric Weisstein, a Ph.D. in planetary science, with an interest in physics, astronomy, and math, has compiled extensive reference pages for math, physics, astronomy, music, and scientific biography.
|Museum of Science & Industry |
At the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere, enjoy live science experiences, tour a World War II sub, catch a big-screen film and more!This web page is the online home of the world-renowned Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, with information for visitors, online gift shops, and educational resources for teachers.
|All the Virology on the WWW |
This site is intended to provide both the professional virologist and the general public with information about viruses.
|Journal of Scientific Exploration |
SSE HomepageJournal of Scientific Exploration (JSE) provides a professional forum for unbiased scientific research on topics which are ignored or studied inadequately within mainstream science.
|Sea and Sky |
Sea and Sky is your one-stop source for all things related to the oceans, seas, and space exploration; features information, games, images, news, and much, much more.Sea and Sky is an adventure into the world of the oceans and the world of outer space.
|The Black Vault |
The Black Vault has one of the largest online databases of government documents about UFOs and the latest technology in military aviation
|The Engaging Science Lesson Plan Exchange |
This website offers a place for teachers to share their ideas for bringing good science into K-7 classrooms. Here teachers will find an extensive collection of science lesson plans and an invitation to submit their own plans; the best ideas win an educational CD-ROM.
|Science Hobbyist |
This website communicates what\'s fun and exciting about science, for both kids and adults.
|New Scientist Planet Science |
Science news and science articles from New Scientist.This website has news, features, reviews, and comment drawn weekly from the pages of New Scientist magazine, as well as extra material exclusively published online.
|Black Holes: Portals into the Unknown |
Irreversi. A Bigfoot Film produced by Bigfoot and directed by Michael GleissnerThis website, created by students for the international ThinkQuest competition, presents a clear, understandable, and very readable introduction to the phenomenon astronomers call black holes.
|Water Science for Schools |
All about water - the U.S. Geological Survey's Water Science for Schools information site.Why is the ocean salty? What shape are raindrops? How much water does a dripping faucet waste? Learn everything about water at this website from the U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Division.
| Wilton High School Chemistry |
Schoolteacher Bob Jacobs has put a lot of thought and classroom time into developing both a website and a teaching philosophy.
|Extreme Science |
Kids like to learn about extremes and world records: the highest mountain, the deepest cave, the greatest river, the strongest animal, the biggest snake, the oldest living thing.
|Aviation Resource Center |
How does an airplane fly? The explanation many of us learned in school has been proven wrong. You can read about current theories here, and then browse through a wide variety of information on aviation.
|SETI@home: Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence at Home |
SETI@home is a scientific experiment to harness the power of hundreds of thousands of Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence. You can participate by running a screensaver program that downloads and analyzes radio telescope data. There\'s a small but captivating possibility that your computer will detect the faint murmur of a civilization beyond Earth.
| The Canadian Museum of Flight |
This website showcases the Canadian Museum of Flight\'s collection of restored aircraft, many of which are in flying condition.
|Loch Ness Live-Cam: Nessie on the Net |
One of the fruits of modern communications technology is that now you can watch for the Loch Ness Monster without leaving the comfort of your home. The combined pictures from four micro-miniature cameras located beside Loch Ness are sent over a digital wireless link to a central digital colour signal multiplexer. The output from the multiplexer is fed into a video capture card and converted into a JPEG image.
|The Science of Boiling an Egg |
Did you know that adding vinegar or salt when boiling an egg helps to plug any cracks, by causing the emerging liquid to coagulate more rapidly? The research here originated when the webmaster was challenged to derive a formula for the boiling time of a soft-boiled egg, given its weight and initial temperature.