Whether it's the latest launch or the coolest gadgets, NASA EDGE hosts provide an offbeat, funny and informative look behind the NASA curtain. If you've ever wanted to learn about NASA but thought you needed to be a rocket scientist, wait no longer. Watch NASA EDGE and embrace your inner astronaut.
Great site with many resources!! Mark your calendar. Plan your observing location and eye safety. Tell friends. Enjoy the rare sight!
NASA's Mr. Eclipse site has a wealth of information for everyone interested in learning more about the Transit of Venus!
See the Calendar of Events and the available resources in the downloads section.
A place of life-long learning where the power of Hawaii's cultural traditions, its legacy of exploration, and the wonders of astronomy come together to provide inspiration and hope for generations.
A 100-foot diameter outdoor scale model of the Milky Way, mapped in living plants and flowers and based on current astrophysical data. Artist Jon Lomberg conceived and designed the garden to encourage scientific education about our place in the Universe.
The largest museum in the state and the premier natural and cultural history institution in the Pacific, recognized throughout the world for its cultural collections, research projects, consulting services and public educational programs.
A new program for students world-wide; working together to discover the dimensions of our world.
Our partners in Norway show LIVE major celestial events in 2011-2012. The next event is the Transit of Venus, June 6, 2012.
Enjoy the transit in 3 continents.
The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is a project that will publish one podcast per day, for all 365 days of 2009, 2010, 2011 -- and now 2012.
DPS/EPSC meeting in Nantes, France (2-7 October) four interesting 10-minute talks about the transit of Venus where taped for information and science content.
United States Naval Observatory, USNO gives links to visibility maps for transits of Mercury and Venus from 2003 to 2012 as well as tables of circumstances for those cities where at least two of the transit contact points will be visible.
Astronomical Society of the Pacific ASP- The Astronomical Society of the Pacific increases the understanding and appreciation of astronomy by engaging scientists, educators, enthusiasts and the public to advance science and science literacy.
The Museum Alliance brings Current NASA Science and Technology to museum visitors through professional development of the museums’ staff and access to NASA staff and materials.