Night Sky Delight: 10 Awesome Animated and Interactive Astronomy Websites

1/06/2009 04:28:00 AM ·

Four hundred years ago, Galileo was the first person to view the night sky and this was where modern astronomy was born. With the United Nations declaring 2009 as the International Year of Astronomy, take a look at these awesome interactive and animated websites to give you a little night sky delight.

Thanks to some clever flash animation we can see the solar system in motion on this site. Not only that, we can click on each individual planet and watch the track of its own satellites. If you get through all of that, then you can fly out of our solar system and have a look at a few that have been discovered by astronomers. Animated and Interactive Astronomy Websites Continued

Written by RJ Evans

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