AcknowledgementsInteractives Like No other McGraw-Hill is proud to bring you an assortment of outstanding Interactives like no other. These Interactives offer a fresh and dynamic method to teach the astronomy basics. Each Interactive will allow students to manipulate parameters and gain a better understanding of topics such as Blackbody Radiation, The Bohr Model, Retrograde Motion, and the H-R Diagram by watching the effect of these manipulations.
Astronomy Simulations and Animations. Flash animations and simulations for astronomy education.
Topics include seasons, moon phases, coordinate systems, light, and more. These animations require the flash player (get flash here). Art of Stars in HTML5 - NakshART. SidClock by Darren Enns,SidClock. Microsoft WorldWide Telescope Web Client. 100,000 Stars. VISTA gigapixel mosaic of the central parts of the Milky Way. 100,000 Stars. Ace of Space by SunAeon. Planétaires / Simulateurs / 3D models / Applis.
Microsoft WorldWide Telescope Web Client. Le ciel à 360° Photopic Sky Survey. Chromoscope - View the Universe in different wavelengths. Photopic Sky Survey. Sky Map Online. Art of Stars in HTML5 - NakshART.
Planetarium - Interactive star map and virtual sky. WIKISKY.ORG. Google Sky. The Atlas Coelestis (1742) of Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr. Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr (also spelled Doppelmair, Doppelmaier or Doppelmayer) was the son of the Nuremberg merchant Johann Siegmund Doppelmayr (1641-1686) and was born on 27 September 1677 (many early sources incorrectly give his year of birth as 1671).
His father had an interest in applied physics and was one of the first to design a vertical vacuum air pump in Nuremberg. Doppelmayr enrolled at the gidiengymnasium in 1689 and after completing his studies in 1696 enrolled at the nearby university of Altdorf to study law which he completed in 1698 with a dissertation on the Sun. Stellarium. Carte du ciel étoilé en temps réel - Stelvision Astronomie.