Astronomical Education Using the Internet for Handicapped People
Although some handicapped people have a keen interest in astronomy, it is very difficult for them to see the stars because of their limited physical abilities. However, the Internet and a personal computer may compensate for their limited abilities and allow them to do some astronomical observations. In that sense, Hands-On Universe is very useful to them. In the present paper, I describe the HOU activities in Kajiki School for the Handicapped in Kagoshima Japan.