Eyes on the Solar System : This site is maintained by NASA and will show objects (planets, asteroids, moons, spaceships, etc) and their real-time locations. Time can be sped up in forward and reverse to experience how the Solar System moves. The site also has a lot of information about each object as well as links to other sites.
Heavens Above: Information on satellites and other celestial bodies. After completing the configuration for your location, observable phenomenon can be predicted.
HubbleSite: Anything and everything you wanted to know about Hubble. A great site for the amazing pictures Hubble has taken of our universe as well as explanations about what it takes for those pictures to become so beautiful.
Micro Observatory: A chance to control robotic telescope and take images of objects that appear in our night sky.
Star Size Comparison: A video that will give you an idea of how small our world is compared to the largest stars in the universe.
UW Astro Camp: Students will observe the universe with professional telescopes, study astronomical images on computers, construct scientific spectrographs to identify chemical elements, and build and launch model rockets.