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Resources for Visually-impaired Visitors

These materials are accessible to both visually impaired and sighted readers, with materials presenting celestial objects as they appear through visible-light telescopes and in different spectral regions that are invisible to the naked eye.


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Touch the Invisible Sky
NASA's Braille book "Touch the Invisible Sky" presents an introduction to modern, multi-wavelength astronomy studies to the sight disabled community.
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Touch the Invisible Sky

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Request From Earth to the Universe Braille/Tactile Posters
Celestial objects as they appear through visible-light telescopes and in different spectral regions that are invisible to the naked eye. The posters use a combination of Braille and large-format traditional text, and a variety of tactile textures and symbols. (Please note, these materials are available to educators for use with their organizations. We cannot fill requests for personal use. )
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A Universe of Notes
This audio explanation of the electromagnetic spectrum makes an analogy between sound and light.