Below are a number of free resources you can use to learn more about the wonders of the Universe, as well as some practical information for groups visiting the site (such as risk assessments).
The Astrocampus Newsletter, published every other month, features everything you need to know about what’s going on at the Astrocampus.
Our star charts are designed to be specific to York to help guide you through the night skies.
If you’ve visited the Astrocampus, you will have seen what an amazing piece of software this is! Free to download, it allows you to explore the night sky from any location and for any time/date.
Take part in real life research...from helping scientists to work out how galaxies form, to spotting asteroids that might one day hit Earth!
Tour the Planets by bike on York's scale model of the Solar System
Some great resources from the BBC including guides on telescope buying and night time photography, stunning posters, and answers to some of the really big questions!
The European Space Education Resource Office has lots of information about current British Space Missions, as well as great resources for schools through the National STEM Centre e-Library.
See our galaxy in all the different wavelengths of light
Risk assessments for schools visiting the site.
Want to take your learning further? The University of York offers an Undergraduate degree in Physics with Astrophysics
Want to take your learning further? The University of York offers a Postgraduate Diploma in Astronomy.
Check out this great guide from the Royal Astronomical Society about how to view a solar eclipse safely.
Information for year 10 girls interested in attending our summer school.