This page is from 2006 or so, and some of the links are antique, or archives.
Updated 2022; some old links deleted, some replaced.
Holly Dodd in Bayeux, France, looking at the tapestry up close (photo by Leon McNeill):
THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY - Animation by David Newton - Awarded "Highly Commended" at Learning on Screen 2004.
The city of Bayeux, in Normandy, in France, has a beautiful website called The 3 Museums. One of the museums is the tapestry, and this is freely available:
Smithsonian Magazine, in 2021, had an article introducing that feature: Explore Every Stitch of the Famed Bayeux Tapestry Online
Since the Bayeux Tapestry’s rediscovery in the 18th century, scholars have painstakingly cataloged the 224-foot-long embroidered cloth’s contents. Today, they know that the medieval masterpiece features 626 humans, 37 buildings (including the Mont-Saint-Michel monastery), 41 ships, and 202 horses and mules, among many other objects.
More here, from another source and here's a list of astronomical evidence from other historical sources, in a timeline at History Mole (preserved by The Wayback Machine).
The Consequences of the Norman Conquest