Interesting Links and
This section of the site is where we post interesting
links, resources, videos and other things that often fall
outside of the realms of the physics curriculum - but are fun
nonetheless! Explore and enjoy.
astronomy calendar from "Sea And Sky" (seasky.org) is a good
resource to find out what interesting celestial events will be taking
place throughout the year. Go and look at it!
meteor shower guide from "EarthSky " (earthsky.org) tells you about
upcoming meteor showers, along with a guide of what you should see and
advice on how to get the best view.
|Jodrell Bank (a large observatory in Manchester) has a
very useful page which is updated monthly and will let you know some
of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the
phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and
describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during
Astronomy for Kids website
has lots of interactive learning activities to help you learn about the
interesting objects in our solar system, galaxy and into deep space!