Is the Sun rotating? Follow the sunspots!
The Earth rotates on its axis, giving us night and day – but what about other celestial objects like the Sun?
One Million Earths inside our Sun
Students will learn how to build a model of the Sun, which can fit nearly 1 million little Earth balls.
How do astronomers detect invisible black holes?
What would happen if the Sun was replaced by a black hole?
What are dark matter and dark energy?
Dark matter and Dark energy (Part 1) – Discovering the main components of the Universe
What is the Universe made of?
Children's Planetary Maps: Venus
Learn more about our nearest neighbour
Children's Planetary Maps: Mars
Learn about the planet with the biggest volcano in the solar system
Children's Planetary Maps: The Moon
An up close look at our own satellite
Children's Planetary Maps: Io
Learn about the most geologically active world in our Solar System