(EER's homepage, Astronomer's Education Notebook)
(1995 version, yet to be updated...)
One of my favorite places is the museums subway. There's actually a subway map where you can click on the map to go to that spot.
AstroWeb Consortium provides access to some major
astronomical institutions. The World-Wide Web Virtual Library has
Astronomy and Astrophysics resources and Education
Other institutions and groups with interesting home pages are NASA/JPL, the Exploratorium, a group of Arizona students. NRAO has some movies, Lawrence Livermore Nat'l Lab has news, and ESO has education and public relations information.
The MITSA - Weather Page provides connections to other people's weather data. Philip Greenspun has a personal page that includes travel photos from New Zealand. On the off-chance that you've heard me on a visit to WBEZ's Metropolis (or even if you didn't), check out Aaron Freeman's homepage. He doesn't have a link to the "face" on Mars homepage, but I do. Learn about meteor showers from the Comets and Meteors page, or try Mount Wilson's constellation quiz.
Go (back) to Elizabeth Roettger's Homepage or the Astronomer's Education Notebook.
Created 14 March 1995, last revised 15 June 1997by Elizabeth E. Roettger, email@example.com