Learn from author Kay Leather how ancestors of the first people of Aotearoa used the stars to explore the great southern ocean.
About sound effects inside the Stonehenge.
In our Solar System, the composition of asteroids in the main belt (between Mars and Jupiter) differs with their distance from the Sun. Measuring their albedo gives information about their composition.
The Sun seems to move quickly at equinoxes and slow at solstices. Māori believed that it was because of the two stars, Sirius and Antares.