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The Observatory - A guide to astronomy-based resources on the Exploratorium's site.

How to View an Eclipse - Safe methods for viewing eclipses, presented with step-by-step instructions.

What to See During An Eclipse - Some sights you won't want to miss.

Stanford Solar Center Eclipse Site - An excellent educational resource with classroom activities. Covers general eclipse topics. - A special eclipse site which may be of particular interest to pupils and teeachers.

From Core to Corona: Layers of the Sun and The Solar Wind - A pair of sites with lots of intriguing pictures and diagrams explaining fusion and the energy processes in, and relating to, the sun. Great for middle- to high-school kids, or the most eager elementary students.

icstars - A general information Astronomy site with photographs of solar activity and other related solar system topics.

Kye's World - Fun and informative site for kids interested in science, math, and technology. This frequently updated site currently includes eclipse activities and "Pythagoras' Playground."

Stanford Solar Center - This site presents a collection of fun educational activities based on Solar Oscillations Investigation (SOI)and Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) data.

Astronomy in Motion: The Sun - A brief story of the sun as a star, plus fun solar activities; best for elementary school use.

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