Education in astronomy occurs in many places, and not only in the classrooms of schools. We think that astronomy is the broadest of sciences, covering a spectrum that goes from the observation of the sky to parts of the history of our civilization.
For those who do not know Astronomy, they will think that this is an exaggeration. But it is enough to deepen a little in their knowledge and the interests that this science generates in all people, to realize that with a small spark any person is able to start asking questions, each of which goes deeper until they reach philosophical questions.
In this section of our site we want to offer all kinds of pedagogical resources, which range from basic classes of astronomy, to urgent problems of our civilization linked to the environment.


Resources for  educators: Resources for decision makers and Leaders:
Partnership Agreement Related to Science Engagement Opportunities for the NASA Mars 2020 Project Treaty on Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space, Including the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies
In Support of Astronomy Education Research United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) documents and resolutions database
The Arizona State University Infiniscope Project Routledge Handbook of Space Law
Astronomy Education in the United States National Regulation of Space Activities
Commercial Crew 2019 Artwork Calendar Contest Origins of international space law, the IISL and IAF
Solar System Ambassadors (SSA) program
Space Law: a Bibliography – 1958-1994
The Scientific Method: Steps, Terms and Examples (video) The emerging field of space economics: theoretical and practical considerations
Astronomy Courses: Bombs in orbit? Verification and violation under the Outer Space Treaty
Bruce Betts’ Online College Intro Astronomy Course 2017 The Space Treaty Project
Free Online Lectures and Courses for Astronomy Astronomy Software:
Astronomy – State of the Art Stellarium (free)
MIT Course: Introduction to Astronomy Practical Projects:
Astronomy: Exploring Time and Space Craters and Meteorites
Dangers in astronomy: The Reasons for the Seasons
Safe Solar Observing Experiments with a Software Defined Radio Telescope
A Scary 13th: 20 Years Ago, Earth Was Blasted with a Massive Plume of Solar Plasma NASA: Activities for the Classroom
What If the Biggest Solar Storm on Record Happened Today? Light Pollution:
Frightful Nights Under the Stars International Dark-Sky Association
The AAVSO Solar Observing Guide The Problems of Light Pollution
Is the Universe Too Dangerous for Life? What is Light Pollution?
How dangerous is space debris? Serious Effects of Light Pollution
Exploding Stars: Is Earth at Risk? Light Pollution Is Getting Worse Every Year. That’s Bad For Your Health
Earth impact hazard
Anticipating the dangers of space
Climate Change:
Four degrees of separation: lessons from the last Ice Age
The World Passes 400 PPM Threshold. Permanently
What’s the Difference Between Weather and Climate?
Next year or the year after, the Arctic will be free of ice
Why air conditioning is a vicious circle
Climate risks heat up as world switches on to air conditioning
The Discovery of Global Warming