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The Study of our Universe
Where we have been......Where we are......and Where we will be.
Listed below is a small part of the science used to study the sky.

Click here to see the Astronomy Objects of the Night Sky Chart
How does a Telescope work?  
Physical Constants  
Current Location of the  Moon
and Jovian Moons
What is the Nature of Light?  
What are the Motions of the Sky?  
SI Derived Units  
Abrams Planetarium Skywatcher's Diary Updated daily with information on what can be seen that night.
American Astronomical Society A great source of information about Astronomy Education, meetings, Divisions and more.
American Association of Variable Star Observers The AAVSO, the world's largest variable star organization, has been serving amateur and professional astronomers since 1911.
Association of Lunar & Planetary Observers Founded by Walter Haas in 1947, the A.L.P.O. now has about 600 members.
The Astronomical League The worlds largest federation of amateur astronomers.
Astronomical Society of the Pacific One of the oldest nonprofit organizations in science and education.
Astronomy.com Astronomy magazine online. Astronomy is the most widely read English-language magazine for astronomy enthusiasts.
Astronomy Digest A great E-zine on Astronomy. Packed full of news and information.
Astronomy.net Astronomy resources, searchable forums and searchable lists of organizations providing astronomy services.
Astronomy Now Magazine (U.K.) Astronomy Now is the UK's best-selling monthly astronomy magazine and its web site is one of the most popular online sources of information on astronomy and space.
Astronomical Services (Mt.Wilson) A list of services provided by the Mount Wilson Observatory.
European Southern Observatory The European Southern Observatory is an intergovernmental, European organization for astronomical research.
HST Greatest Hits Some of the best images from the Hubble Space Telescope. The photo Gallery is loaded with images from 1990-1995.
HST Observations The newest observation that are being made by the Hubble Space Telescope are placed here.
HubbleSite Great images and great news from the Hubble Space telescope.Edu-Space, Sci-Tech, News, Views and more.
The International Astronomical Union The International Astronomical Union (IAU) was founded in 1919. Its mission is to promote and safeguard the science of astronomy in all its aspects through international cooperation.
International Dark-Sky Association The IDA is a nonprofit, membership-based organization. IDA's goal is to be effective -- through education about (a) the value and effectiveness of quality nighttime lighting and (b) of the solutions to the problems -- in stopping the adverse environmental impact of light pollution and space debris.
KidsAstronomy Kids need the knowledge that this web site has to offer. It's loaded full of Astronomy information which is on a basic level for kids of all ages. They also offer online Astronomy courses for kids.
The Messier Catalog A list of all the Messier objects including images of them, where to find them and more. This is a great resource for all amateur Astronomers.
Mount Wilson Observatory Much of our understanding of the Universe came from research done at this facility.  Located just outside Pasadena, California, in the San Gabriel Mountains, the Observatory has a heritage of major contributions dating from the beginning of this century, and continues to remain at the forefront of observational astronomy and astrophysics.
The Nasa Planetary Photojournal This service, developed as a collaboration between NASA's Planetary Data System Imaging Node, the Solar System Visualization Project,and JPL's Media Relations Office, is designed to provide you with easy access to the publicly released images from various Solar System exploration programs.
Nasa Quest Meet NASA people! The Internet is more than a library, a TV or a pathway to passive information. One of its most exciting uses is as a tool for communication. Online at NASA Quest you can meet scientists, engineers, technicians and other diverse NASA professionals.
The Nine Planets This is an overview of the history, mythology, and current scientific knowledge of each of the planets and moons in our solar system.
Nova Graphics The world's first and largest gallery devoted to space art.
The Space Place An awesome place setup by JPL for KIDS. They can make Space things, do Space things and more.
Space Telescope Science Institute Find out detailed information about Hubble and the Next Generation Space Telescope.
Space Telescope Science Institute Library The Library setup by the Space Telescope Science Institute.
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space SEDS is an independent, student-based organization which promotes the exploration and development of space. SEDS pursues this mission by educating people about the benefits of space, by supporting a network of interested students, by providing an opportunity for members to develop their leadership skills, and inspiring people through our involvement in space-related projects.
Sky and Telescope Sky and Telescope magazine online. A great place for the latest technical issues which Astronomers are facing.
The United States Naval Observatory Its mission is to determine the positions and motions of celestial objects, to provide astronomical data, to measure the Earth's rotation and to maintain the Master Clock for the United States.
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