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Aquarius Undersea Laboratory - NOAA
All about Aquarius, an underwater research laboratory owned by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and operated by the University of North Carolina Wilmington. The site includes information on Aquarius missions and general information about Coral Reef and Marine Biology.

Biology 4 Kids
Major topics in biology including: Cells, Microorganisms, Plants, Invertebrates, Vertebrates and Animal Systems. Each major topic has sub-topics with diagrams and easy to understand descriptions. Great site for students or parents trying to help their kids. Check out these other related sites (links at the bottom of the main page): Chem4Kids, Physics4Kids, Geography4Kids, Cosmos4Kids and NumberNut.com

Cardiovascular System
Special thanks to the \"Phillips class\" for suggesting the link! \"As the heart beats in the chest, it pushes blood out through arteries to nourish cells with oxygen and nutrients... The heart beats about 100,000 times each day to perform its work of moving blood throughout the body.\" Read More!

NASA - Educators
An extensive website offering classroom activities by grade level, subject, and type of activity. [Very slow, but perhaps that was just my connection when I tried it.]

NASA for Students
Extensive website offering summer programs, research resources, and videos. [Again very slow; not sure if it's always that way or just today.]

NASA Multimedia Page
Extensive collection of photos, videos, audio podcasts, and interactive features. [I had trouble getting the videos to work, but perhaps it is just my computer.]

World Wide Telescope
This site includes guided tours, ways to explore space, and to learn where to find objects in space. Load the web client (it asks for 47 MB of space on your computer to run it), and you can view space from a number of observation points. Great for parents to learn with their kids, and develop an interest in astronomy!


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