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Teachers looking for internet resources in astronomy and biology will find many links and lessons at these two new classroom pages from the National Science Foundation (NSF) web site. From the astronomy page, teachers and students can follow links to learn about planets, amateur telescope making, black holes, and what astronomers really do. Students in grades 2-6 have access to hands-on astronomy activities, and students can visit a site that corrects myths and misconceptions about astronomy. Another link, to the Astronomy for Kids web site, lets visitors view images of the planets and learn about eclipses and constellations. NSF's
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