The information below should not be interpreted as an extension of the rules. You can find free online copies of the current rules for download in the Science Olympiad Store. The official rules in the current Rules Manual take precedence. This event has been generously supported by NASA's Universe of Learning Astrophysics STEM Learning and Literacy Network.
- NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory Site - NEW Webinars posted 11/12/19!!
- NEW - Guide for using JS9 - Part 1 and Part 2 - Posted 11/26/19!
- NEW - Invitational Science Olympiad Astronomy Practice Test and Key from the University of Texas at Austin Tournament - posted 11/12/19!
- Great resource! Astronomy Coaches Manual CD
- Bio-Earth Learning CD in the Science Olympiad Store - contains Astronomy
- 2020 Digital Test Packet - contains the 2019 Science Olympiad National Tournament Test/Key for Astronomy
- More Test Packets
- Event Supervisors page with sample tests! Please review the Event Logistics Manual for tips!
- 2018 MIT Science Olympiad Invitational Astronomy Test
- 2018 Power Point for Astronomy Webinar
- Image Sets, Tests, Answer Sheets & Keys
- Items for Astronomy 2017 from National Cathedral Invitational - Image Set, Test, Answer Sheet, Answer Key
- 2016 Power Point for Astronomy
- 2017 Power Point for Astronomy
- 2016 MIT Science Olympiad Invitational
- 2016 New York Science Olympiad Invitational
- Hubble Space Views of Variable Stars - NASA
- AAS – Educator Web references
- Exoplanet Study Lab
- MicroObservatory Robotic Telescope Network
- Amazing Space
- Astronomy Today
- NASA Solar System Simulator
- NASA Welcome to the Planets
- Sky & Telescope Magazine
- Space Weather
- Stars and Constellations
- The Space Hopper Game
- US Naval Observatory – Astronomical Information
- Univ. of California, San Diego, Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences
- Exoplanet Data Explorer
- PlanetQuest - Jet Propulsion Lab Resource
- University of Nebraska-Lincoln Transit Simulator
- University of Nebraska-Lincoln Radial Velocity Simulator