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If you're on an email list of friends and relatives, you often get messages that prompt you to look at something interesting.

We'll recommend some sites to you, but not too many.  They are recommended to us by a group of international scientists, statisticians, engineers and mathematicians who contact us daily.

We hope you enjoy them.  If you can, please point your children or grandchildren to them.  The Internet is now the primary source of educational material for children and adults.... much larger than schools (sadly).

The site we bring to you today shows the orbit of the planets in a way that is very understandable.  After you look at the original images and animations, 'play' with the controls and you'll find they give you new insights into the orbit of the planets.

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