Since 2005
ScienceBiz.com offers links to websites related to biochemistry, reliability engineering, chemist, morality, medical physics, mechanical engineering, earth sciences, materials, astrophysics, nuclear, software, molecular and much more.
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information about classes, projects, and events for students and the community.
http://observatory.exeter.edu/
specializes in photographing comets and deep sky objects. Also home of the Cometwatch program.
http://www.cometwatch.com/
primarily focused on education for amateur astronomers, school science classes, or local community groups.
http://rainwater.astronomers.org/
the country's main centre for ground-based space research, located in the South of Russia, in the Caucasus mountains of Karachaevo-Cherkesia.
http://www.sao.ru/
http://www.sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/
official site for the largest telescope in the Southern hemisphere. Provides news and information, as well as a webcam offering views of the telescope's construction.
http://www.salt.ac.za/
http://astro.u-strasbg.fr/
official site from NASA for the first-of-its-kind multi-wavelength observatory dedicated to the study of gamma-ray burst (GRB) science.
http://swift.gsfc.nasa.gov/
utilizing the observations and scientific discoveries of the Swift mission to improve the understanding of science and mathematics concepts for grades 7-12.
http://swift.sonoma.edu/
Hands-on science centre in Herstmonceux, Sussex, U.K.
http://www.the-observatory.org/
http://www.tls-tautenburg.de/
offers several opportunities for the people of the Metro Toledo community to learn more about astronomy.
http://www.rpbo.utoledo.edu/
http://www.astro.wesleyan.edu/
names galaxies and searches for supernovae in them.
http://www.wpo.net/