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  • AAS Solar Physics Division - [Greenbelt, Md] Members, organization, news, meetings, contacts.
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  • Analemma - Explains the phenomenon - the Sun's apparent path in the sky - including simple animations.
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  • The Analemma Project - An analemma photograph is featured with a detailed description of how it was created.
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  • Birmingham Solar Oscillations Network - Who they are and what they do. Also includes background information, results, data.
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  • Cosmic and Heliospheric Learning Center - Based at NASA/GSFC. Includes sections about the Sun, the cosmic rays and the history of its study.
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  • Current Solar Data - Offers real time images and observations of the Sun from a variety of ground and space sources.
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  • Current Solar Data - An unofficial archive of NOAA solar data.
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  • European Helio- and Asteroseismology Network - The HELAS Network aims to support and coordinate the exchange of knowledge concerning the global properties of the Sun and stars.
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  • Find My Shadow - Calculates sun position and plots shadows cast by the sun over any chosen location, with drawing tools to construct your own scene and automatically plot the shadow results.
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  • Geospace Environment Modeling (GEM) - Offers documents and overview from a series of projects with focus on magnetosphere studies.
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  • Global Oscillation Network Group (GONG) - Extensive information about the group and the project, which aims to conduct a detailed study of solar internal structure and dynamics using helioseismology.
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  • How Stuff Works: Sun - In-depth illustrated description of the Sun, its surface, atmosphere, sunspots, solar prominences and solar flares.
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  • The Inconstant Sun - From NASA Science News, experiment on board shuttle mission STS-107 is monitoring the Sun's variable brightness and its link to terrestrial climate change.
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  • The Michelson Doppler Imager - Provides results and science of an experiment flown on the SOHO spacecraft to study solar oscillations.
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  • NASA/Marshall Solar Physics - The Solar Physics Branch of Marshall Space Flight Center's (MSFC) Space Sciences Laboratory (SSL) is composed of 15 scientists involved in various studies of the physics of the Sun.
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  • The Nine Planets: Sun - General information, some statistical data and links.
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  • Rotation of the Sun - Electronic book with technical information about the sun and the solar system.
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  • Solar Images from SDAC - Daily pictures from the SOHO and Yohkoh space platforms, the US National Solar Observatory, and the Mauna Loa Solar Observatory.
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  • Stanford Solar Center - Presents a collection of educational activities based on Solar Oscillations Investigation (SOI) and Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) data.
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  • Sun Position Calculator - Calculates Sun azimuth and altitude for a given location and date.
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  • Views of the Solar System: Sun - Pictures, animations, general information and data.
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  • The Virtual Sun - Virtual tour of the sun which uses images, diagrams, and movies to illustrate subjects such as solar wind, solar flares, the solar surface and sunspots.
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  • Windows to the Universe: Sun - Overview including general information, data, pictures, news, historical and mythological background.
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  • YPOP Tour of the Sun - Educational information about the Sun.
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