Every school year we get students from all levels starting with Middle School to College looking for help with homework. Some come here looking for us to answer their test questions on our favorite subject. Although we discourage everyone here from just handing over the answers, we are however willing to discuss those subjects or point you in the right direction.
There are all kinds of valuable resources available for the student here and all over the Internet, but don't expect anyone to answer the questions on a test for you.
Having said that, if it is answers to a text/quiz you are looking for, the most valuable resource for that is usually the books and other resources provided to you by the teacher. In my experience that is where the test questions originate anyways.
One of the better resources for the student is SEDS (Students for the Exploration and Development of Space). Another great web site that can be very helpful is the Internet Encyclopedia of Science.
Here are many more links to help the astronomy student, or anyone interested in learning. Some of these links are for the younger crowd but are still a great source of information pertaining to the subjects of astronomy.
Understanding the Universe - Learning Adventures
Molecular Expressions: Science, Optics and You - Secret Worlds: The Universe Within - Interactive Java Tutorial
The Universe within 50000 Light Years - The Milky Way Galaxy
Hands-On Universe (HOU): High school and middle school astronomy curriculum using real observatories and telescope images
The Nine Planets Solar System Tour
Solar System, Solar System Information, Facts, News, Photos -- National Geographic
The Solar System: The Sun, Planets, Dwarf Planets, Moons, Asteroids, Comets, Meteors, Solar System Formation
Open Directory - Kids and Teens: School Time: Science: Astronomy and Space
Astronomy 161: The Solar System
Astronomy 101 Animations
Astronomy Magazine - Interactive Star Charts, Planets, Meteors, Comets, Telescopes
StarChild: A Learning Center for Young Astronomers
Seasons of the Year
Solar and Heliospheric Observatory Homepage
NASA - NASA and World Book
The Sun l* Sun Facts and images.
Sun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Solar System - Summary and History
Planets and our solar system | Natural History Museum
Life Cycle of a Star
Life Cycle of Stars
Life Cycles of Stars (Grades 9-12) - Page 1
WMAP- Life and Death of Stars
Life Cycle of Stars
History of astronomy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
History of Astronomy
Mysteries of Deep Space - History of the Universe Timeline
NOVA | History of the Universe
Astronomy For Kids
Solar System Scope
Or if you just want to observe the night sky and want to get started in amateur astronomy using your eyes, binoculars, and telescopes, a downloadable pdf file.