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OLogy

OLogy

???OLogy means “the study of.” And here on the American Museum of Natural History’s OLogy Web site, you can study and explore many cool OLogies.??? You can learn about Volcanology (volcanoes), Arachnology (spiders), Astrology (planets and stars), and much more.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy; Math And Science; Math And Science–Animals–Dinosaurs & Fossils

SpaceBuffs

SpaceBuffs

Want to learn more about outer space? Find pictures, news, and facts about space exploration, planets, stars, and galaxies. Join in discussions with other people who love space.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

European Space Agency: Kids

European Space Agency: Kids

Explore the universe, life in space, and planet earth at this site stuffed full of animations, quizzes, and fascinating information. Learn about the beginning of the universe, climate change, and natural disasters. Includes a timeline of European space science.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space

NASA’s Solar System Exploration: Kids

NASA’s Solar System Exploration: Kids

Explore the Solar System… through your computer! From fun facts to cool games, from pictures and models to create, you’ll find everything you’re looking for about the solar system at this cool website!
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Space for Species

Space for Species

Check out this colorful look at how satellite telemetry, remote sensing,astronaut observations, and weather satellites help track wildlife. Track the real time movements of migratory animals such as polar bears and leatherback turtles, monitor climate and habitat conditions, evaluate threats to wildlife along migration routes, download a tracking …
Subject: Math And Science–Animals; Math And Science–Air & Space

SKY Tonight

SKY Tonight

Almost everything you need to know about astronomy is listed right here at this site. Are you interested in getting astronomy software for your computer, or are you more likely to look at stars in your back yard? Either way, this site has something for you!
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Learn2 Understand How Airplanes Work

Learn2 Understand How Airplanes Work

“How can a 100-ton hunk of metal fly through the air as if it were weightless? Discover the nuts-and-bolts principles that make the miracle of flight possible.”
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft

Hot Air Balloons

Hot Air Balloons

“Take a Hot Air Balloon Cyber-Ride!” On this site you can read about ballooning adventures, explore the science and history of hot air balloons, and find science projects about balloons.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft; Sports & Recreation–Balloons

MARS: Exploring the Red Planet

MARS: Exploring the Red Planet

“World Book editors have compiled a collection of articles about the planet Mars, including efforts to explore the Martian atmosphere and surface, and prospects for sending humans to the planet.”
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Solar System Simulator

Solar System Simulator

The Solar System Simulator will show you a picture of any planet or moon as it would look if you were standing on another planet or traveling with one of the NASA space probes.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft; Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Sea and Sky

Sea and Sky

Sea and Sky features image galleries, games, articles, and links to other resources on the Internet, all relating to astronomy and oceanography.
Subject: Our World–Oceans & Seas; Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy; Math And Science–Earth Science–Oceans, Lakes & Rivers

An Inquirer’s Guide to the Universe

An Inquirer’s Guide to the Universe

Investigate planets and the universe through a list of science facts and science fiction ideas. In addition, an imaginary planet gallery allows users to explore planets, and the space story studios and portfolios provide opportunities for writing and reading about stories created at this website.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

Zoom Astronomy

Zoom Astronomy

Learn all about the planets, stars, comets, astronauts, and other topics related to the solar system. With an Astronomy Dictionary and fun classroom activities, including interactive puzzels and a solar system tutorial, a wide variety of information is provided.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy

NASA Quest

NASA Quest

Learn what it takes to fly in outer space. You can read about the typical work day of NASA employees or watch videos on a variety of topics. Find out about NASA’s latest developments and explore space and the solar system through the videos and activities provided.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Astronomy; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

How Things Fly

How Things Fly

What makes an airplane fly? How does a spacecraft stay in orbit? Why does a baloon float in the air? To find out, visit this website and learn how things fly. Requires Adobe Reader to view.
Subject: Math And Science–Air & Space–Airplanes & Aircraft