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Flash Instructions - Windows to the Universe

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Flash Instructions

Some animations on this web site use Flash. If you want to see those animations, you must have Flash on your computer. You must also have Flash set up to work with your web browser.

  • Click here to go to the Flash page on Adobe's web site. Adobe is the company that makes Flash. You can get the version of Flash that will work on your computer from that page. Do what the directions tell you to set up Flash. You may need help from an adult.
  • If the link above does not work for some reason, click here to go to Adobe's home page. Then follow links to their Flash download page.

The animation below uses Flash. Can you see two planets going around the Sun? If you can't, you do not have Flash set up right on your computer. You will need to get Flash from Adobe's web site, and need to make sure it is set up right.

Last modified May 13, 2008 by Randy Russell.

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