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NASA

International Dark-Sky Association

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Spaceweather

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The Planetary Society

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SETI@home

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Arkansas Sky Observatory

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The AAVSO

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Astronomy Clubs-World Wide

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Absolute Astronomy

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Cloudy Nights Reviews

Our goal at Cloudy Nights is to assist amateur astronomers in better understanding the equipment that goes with the hobby. We strive to accomplish this goal in three ways...

Weasners Mighty ETX Web Site

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Seeing Stars

Welcome, readers... This issue brings us near a full year of the "What's Up This Week" column! Thanks to Mr. Fraser Cain of the "Universe Today", this on-going series has become wonderfully successful and I love hearing from each and everyone of you. Your ideas, encouragement and just plain "thanks" are so welcome... If time will allow, I am working to make this into an e.book for 2006 and I hope we'll be able to go even further with our observing and learning sessions!

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Types of Telescopes

There are many different kinds of telescope...

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Home Science: Backyard Astronomy Basics

Are you fascinated by stars, comets, planets, and other celestial bodies you can glimpse in the night sky? Many aspiring astronomers start out at home, in their own backyard. It is possible to observe quite a lot about our solar system using basic telescopes or even the naked eye, but there are also many tools that can help you identify what you’re seeing and learn more about what’s out there.






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