Hi, Anita, If you do have internet access, there is always the opportunity to use citizen science programs like Galaxy Zoo, Cosmoquest and a lot of otherastro_knome
I don't think it was mentioned yet, but for online resources you could also check out what Kevin Lee has done at http://astro.unl.edu -- Adam Gabriel Jensen,adamixoye
Hi Anita, You didn't say in your message how good your internet connectivity was at your school. If you have access to the World Wide Web, I think you will behgeller71
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