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The following links describe the content available through AstroTour. If you are operating an AstroTour installation, or have visited an AstroTour as part of a school visit or public show, you may find something of interest.

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Specific Applications

Astronomy Demonstrations

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Main Welcome Night Sky Scale  

Solar System Kleopatra Asteroids Celestia Solar
Space Probes Pluto Terrestrials/Jovians Mars Explorer
Galileo's Jupiter      

Earth, Moon and Sun Lunar Magnetic Field SOHO Sun

Mars Opportunity Images Spirit Images Mars Flyover Terraform

Extrasolar Planets Doppler Spectrum Wobbles Surface
Prism Scales Discoveries Red Blue

Stars Accretion Disk Evolution in Globulars Hipparcos: Location HR Diag (mono)
Hipparcos: Distance Hipparcos: Apparent Hipparcos: Absolute  

Pulsars Double Pulsar Swinburne Discoveries Eclipsing Pulsar Model
Animation Pulsars Orbiting Companion  

Galaxies Milky Way Satellites Formation Interacting LMC SMC
Disrupting Dwarf Galaxy Model Local Group Far
Types (movie) Spiral Simulation Collisions
Types (images) Groups Mergers  
Spiral Galaxy Spiral Formation    

Universe 2dF 2dF Flythough 6dF Static
Cosmology Dynamic Tully Points Tully Volumetric  

Facilities Parkes Sydney Observatory SKA Space Probes
LOFAR Hubble    

Movies After Stars Bigger Than Big Detective Einstein's Universe
Elysium 7 Extreme Places Our Sun (full length) Our Sun (evolution)
Parkes Tour Spinning in Space The Little Things ASKAP
Apollo 11 Chile