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R. E. Jewell Elementary School: 5th Grade, Astronomy Study 2012
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World Book Encyclopedia
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The StarChild sponsored by NASA presents information about the Moon
Washburn Observatory’s The Constellations and Their Stars
Discovery Education offers Sky Watch. Click on “sky event schedule” to explore constellations.
NASA gives an overview of the Moon
Explanation of the moon’s effect on tides
Myths About Constellations presented by National Earth Science Teachers Association
Call Numbers to explore in juvenile nonfiction at the Deschutes Public Library on stars, planets and the earth.