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  • Mythology of North American Indians
    Visit the links to learn about Mythology of North American Indians related to objects in the sky, the Earth, and aspects of their world...

  • Mythology Hangman Game
    So, you know everything about mythology, huh...You can find the answers in these mythology sections: (a new window will open with the page you select) North American Indian , Aztec , Mayan , Norse , Greek , Japanese , Polynesian , Roman , Hindu , Chinese , Incan , Inuit , Celtic , Yoruban and Fon , Sumerian ...

  • Mythology and Art Web
    Mythology Bulfinch's Mythology Encyclopedia Mythica Genesis Project Information on various creation myths...

  • Draco the Dragon in Greek Mythology
    Draco the dragon is famous throughout mythology...

  • Garuda in Hindu Mythology
    In Hindu mythology, he is often depicted flying across the sky carrying the supreme god Vishnu and his wife Lakshmi...

  • Mangala, Mars in Hindu Mythology
    In Hindu mythology, the planet Mars is known as Mangala...

  • Gaea (Earth) in Greek Mythology
    In Greek mythology, she created the Universe and gave birth to both the first race of gods (the Titans) and the first humans...

  • Mercury Statistics, Size, Orbit, Moons, Rings, Temperature, Mythology
    Planetary Symbol: Name in Roman/Greek Mythology: Mercury / Hermes Diameter: 4,878 km (3,030 miles) Rotation Period about Axis: 58.65 days Mass: 0.33x10^24 kilograms (0.06 x Earth's) Revolution Period about the Sun: 0.24 years Density: 5,427 kg/m^3 Tilt of Axis: 0 o Minimum Distance from Sun: 46.0 million km (28.6 million miles) Surface Gravity: 3.7 m/s^2 (0.38 x Earth's) Maximum Distance from Sun: 69.8 million km (43.4 million miles) Temperature Range on Mercury: -184 o C to 427 o C (-300 o F to 800 o F) Orbital Semimajor Axis: 0.387 AU (Earth=1 AU) Average Surface Temperature (K): 440K Minimum Distance from Earth: 77.3 million km (48.0 million miles) Satellites: 0 Mercury Image Archive Comparative Planetary Statistics -- in table form Comparative Orbital Statistics -- in table form Actual Distance to Earth ...

  • Gaea (Earth) in Greek Mythology
    In Greek mythology, she created the universe and gave birth to both the first race of gods (the Titans) and the first humans...

  • Jupiter Statistics: Size, Orbit, Moons, Rings, Temperature, Mythology
    Planetary Symbol: Name in Roman/Greek Mythology: Jupiter / Zeus Diameter: 142,800 km (88,736 miles) Rotation Period about Axis: 9.8 hours Mass: 1,898 x10^24 kilograms (318 x Earth's) Revolution Period about the Sun: 12 years Density: 1,326 kg/m^3 Tilt of Axis: 3.1 o Minimum Distance from Sun: 741 million km (460 million miles) Surface Gravity: 23.12 m/s^2 (2.64 x Earth's) Maximum Distance from Sun: 817 million km (508 million miles) Distance across the Great Red Spot: 40,000 km (24,860 miles) Orbital Semimajor Axis: 5.20 AU (Earth=1 AU) Temperature at Cloud Tops: -150 o C (-101 o F) Minimum Distance from Earth: 588 million km (365 million miles) Average Cloud Top Temperature (K): 123K Rings: 1, very thin Satellites: // Call the moon count function defined in the document head print_moon_count('jupiter'); known Jupiter Image Archive Comparative Planetary Statistics -- in table form Comparative Orbital Statistics -- in table form Actual Distance to Earth News from NSF: A Newly Discovered Solar System Contains Scaled-Down Versions of Saturn and Jupiter (2/14/08) Podcasts from NSF: Systemic Search ...

  • Sani, Saturn in Hindu Mythology
    In Hindu mythology, Sani was identified with the planet Saturn ...

  • Links to Science, Art and Mythology Books for Teachers
    Art and Mythology Books Science Books Other Books ...

  • A List of Art and Mythology Books - Covers Cultures around the World
    An illustrated wallchart showing the legends, descent and relationships of the gods and heroes of Greek mythology...

  • Poems Relating to Space, Science and Mythology
    The following is a brief collection of poetry that relates to space and/or mythology...

  • Family Tree of Greek Gods and Goddesses
    World Map of Mythology ...

  • Family Tree of Roman Gods and Goddesses
    World Map of Mythology ...

  • October 2005 Newsletter: Marina's Corner
    Mythology is the study of myths: stories of a particular culture that it believes to be true and that feature a specific religion or belief system...The Mythology section of Windows to the Universe includes myths from several cultures about Rain, Winds, Storms, Thunder and Lightning ...

  • Zeus, King of the Greek Gods
    In Greek mythology, Zeus (Jupiter in Roman mythology) was the king of heaven and Earth and of all the Olympian gods...Zeus granted Poseidon ( Neptune in Roman mythology) dominion over the Sea, and his other brother Hades (Pluto in Roman mythology) dominion over the underworld...

  • Topical Index of Gods and Goddesses
    Objects in the Sky Moon Anningan Coyolxauhqui Diana Heng-o Ix Chel Mawu Sin Tsuki-yomi Planets Mythology by Planet Stars Bifrost Coyote Flintboys Maya and the Milkyway Tianquiztli Sun Amaterasu Apollo Freyr Inti Horus Huitzilopochtli Liza Malina Shamash Ten Suns Tsohanoai Aurora Freya Valkiries Earth and Aspects of Earth The Earth Bacabs Coatlicue Enlil Gaea Geb Midgard Pachamama Ocean Aegir Olokun Rain, Wind, Storm, Thunder and Lightning Shango Susanowo Thor Tlaloc Tonenili Xib Chac Njord Seasons Estsanatlehi Sky Ahsonnutli An Nut Odin Olorun Tyr Creation Pan-ku ...

  • Jupiter, Roman King of Gods
    In Roman mythology, Jupiter (Zeus in Greek mythology) was the king of heaven and Earth and of all the Olympian gods...He was named king of the gods in the special meeting that followed his overthrow of the god Saturn (Cronus in Greek mythology) and the Titans...Jupiter's wife was Juno (Hera in Greek mythology), who was very jealous of the attention that Jupiter paid to other goddesses and women...

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