This is an annotated guide to written, web, and audio-visual resources for teaching about planets orbiting other stars. Materials in the guide to this rapidly-changing branch of astronomy include video and audio files of lectures and interviews with leading scientists in the field, phone and tablet apps, a citizen-science web site, popular-level books and articles, and more.
Fraknoi, A. (2013, February 1). Resource Guide to Teaching about Exoplanets. Retrieved February 16, 2019, from http://www.astrosociety.org/education/astronomy-resource-guides/the-search-for-planets-around-other-stars/
Fraknoi, Andrew. Resource Guide to Teaching about Exoplanets. February 1, 2013. http://www.astrosociety.org/education/astronomy-resource-guides/the-search-for-planets-around-other-stars/ (accessed 16 February 2019).
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