Links to Friends and Resources

One of our teddy bears apparently has quite an interest in cosmology!

 

Jack being interviewed by Scott Roberts of Explore Scientific

Explore Scientific:  (Scott Roberts) (a great source of information on telescopes, astronomy outreach and education). Our personal favourite!

http://www.explorescientific.com/

Ajai Sehgal:

http://www.sehgal.net

Top 25 Public Observatories:

https://www.publicrecordsreviews.com/education-center/top-25-public-observatories

Astronomy Magazine:

http://www.astronomy.com

Diffraction Limited: (Maxim DL/Cyanogen/SBIG):

http://www.cyanogen.com  

International Dark Sky Association:

http://www.darksky.org

Nasa Astronomy Picture of the Day

http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html

Sites that are a great source of information on the solar system and space & are especially good for children:

(this one suggested by Mary, a bright astronomy fan):

http://www.americanvisionwindows.com/a-view-of-outer-space-from-your-window.php

(and this one Suggested by Amelia, a dedicated young student. who we are told has been been studying NASA, engineering and astronomy “virtually” during the pandemic. She likes this site:

https://www.elevators.com/space-elevators-astronomy/

Other great links for kids:

Astronomy for Beginners: Supporting Your Child’s Interest in Space

https://wordfinderx.com/blog/space-games/

https://www.homeadviceguide.com/beginners-guide-to-backyard-astronomy/

http://www.homeadvisor.com/r/home-science-backyard-astronomy/

https://www.certstaff.com/classes/astronomy-computer-games-kids.html

https://reloadyourgear.com/the-ultimate-guide-to-celestial-navigation/

http://www.e-aircraftsupply.com/articles/space-lessons-for-kids.aspx

 

Click here to play: Heroes of Aviation and Space Flight. 

https://www.myjobquote.co.uk/blog/how-to-build-a-home-observatory-in-your-garden/

https://www.myjobquote.co.uk/blog/how-to-build-a-home-observatory-in-your-garden/