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Astronomy Science Fair Projects

Strap in and get ready for blast off—these astronomy science fair projects are out of this world! Explore our collection of astronomy experiments and science fair project ideas to learn about the cosmic mysteries that stumped humanity for ages.

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Science fair project that illustrates the properties of black holes in space.
Astronomy
High School
In this free science fair project idea, you will learn how to build a 3-D model of Earth.
Astronomy
Middle School
Science fair project that demonstrates the different phases of the moon by physically representing them with construction paper and a shoebox
Astronomy
Sixth Grade
Science fair project which helps you determine your latitude by using an astrolabe, which measures the angle between the North Star and the horizon.
Astronomy
Sixth Grade
Learn more about the solar system by making this miniature model of the sun and the eight planets.
Astronomy
Middle School
This science fair project investigates why the number of visible stars changes from place to place.
Astronomy
Elementary School
The apparent movement of the sun has been used to keep time since the bronze age. In this science fair project, kids plot solar time against mean solar time.
Astronomy
Eleventh Grade
The altitude of a star can be measured using just your hands.  Do this science fair project using just your hands as tools to measure the altitude of stars.
Astronomy
Middle School
In this project you will observe and record changes in sunspots over several days.
Astronomy
Middle School
What causes the seasons to change? Kids find out by modeling the earth's tilt using a globe, flashlight and graph paper in this cool science fair project idea.
Astronomy
Fourth Grade

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