Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Pinterest Email Microsoft launched the World Wide Telescope project this week. Watch this: Then go download, play, experiment, send to science teachers, and let the creativity begin! microsoftworldwidetelescope 0 Jeff Utecht I started blogging in 2005 and found it such a powerful way to reflect and share my thinking about technology, this generation, and how we prepare students for their future not our past. Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Related Posts Your Classroom Mission Statement September 6, 2021 The Power of Ownership in Distance Learning April 29, 2020 Inequity Should Not Equal Inaction March 29, 2020 3 Comments Betty 13 years ago Reply Jeff, I would like to share this with my readers. Is it okay? I can’t tell because of the licensing agreement above. It looks like a really cool site for science teachers. Scott 13 years ago Reply Personally, I prefer Stellarium…at first look, World Wide Telescope tries to cram in too much information, and it doesn’t give the user a good perspective of the sky in relationship to the ground. From the perspective of a student, it’s a bit confusing I do like the feature showing you what objects are in the portion of the sky you’re looking at, but I’d gladly give that up for the simplicity of Stellarium. Pingback: Betty's Blog : Check out Microsoft's World Wide Telescope Write A Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.