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  • Google Earth
    Google Earth shows 3D overviews of major cities, mountains, and other terrain, as well as driving directions and maps. Also includes Sky, which allows users to view stars and galaxies, and Ocean, which allows users to explore the ocean floor and surface.
    earth.google.com
  • Night Sky Info
    Site of amateur Romanian astronomer Emil Neata. Gives updated weekly information about the night sky, including specific planetary locations, astronomy articles, and links to other astronomy sites.
    www.nightskyinfo.com
  • Amateur Astronomy Magazine
    News by, for, and about amateur astronomers around the world.
    www.amateurastronomy.com
  • Astronomer, The
    British magazine for advanced amateur astronomers.
    www.theastronomer.org
  • Shallow Sky, The
    For those dedicated to observing the solar system: our moon, the planets, their moons, comets, asteroids, and the sun.
    www.shallowsky.com
  • Observing Highlights - Sky & Telescope
    Guide to observing the night sky with weekly updates, seasonal and yearly highlights, sky charts, an almanac, guides for observing specific celestial objects, and an image gallery.
    www.skyandtelescope.com/observing/highlights
  • Astronomy Calendar of Celestial Events 2010
    Sea and Sky's astronomy calendar contains dates for notable celestial events including moon phases, meteor showers, eclipses, occultations, oppositions, conjunctions, and other interesting events.
    www.seasky.org/astronomy/astronomy_calendar_2010.html
  • AmSky Magazine
    Gathers together news and articles from astronomy club newsletters.
    www.amsky.com
  • ADC for Amateur Astronomers
    Features data collections useful in looking up the properties and locations of celestial objects.
    adc.gsfc.nasa.gov/adc/adc_amateurs.html
  • Prairie Astronomy Club: Amateur Astronomy
    Lists several ways amateurs can and do play an important role in Astronomy.
    www.prairieastronomyclub.org/amateurs.html
  • Skywatching Highlights of 2010 - SPACE.com
    Overview of the more exciting night sky events of 2010.
    www.space.com/spacewatch/100103-night-sky-events-2010.html
  • Neave Planetarium
    Explore the stars and planets through your web browser.
    www.neave.com/planetarium
  • Exoplanet Observing for Amateurs
    Downloadable book by Bruce L. Gary. Exoplanet Observing for Amateurs is meant to help amateurs with CCD experience produce high precision light curves.
    brucegary.net/book_EOA/x.htm
  • Spaceweather PHONE
    An astronomy alert service that will give you a ring when auroras appear, spacecraft pass over head, planets align, and other celestial events occur.
    www.spaceweatherphone.com
  • NightSky - SPACE.com
    Astronomy observing guide that will let you know what's up in your night sky and what the major celestial events for the upcoming year will be.
    www.space.com/nightsky
  • Great World Wide Star Count
    Larn about the Great World Wide Star Count, the international event that encourages everyone to go outside, look skywards after dark, count the stars they see in certain constellations, and report what they see online.
    www.windows.ucar.edu/citizen_science/starcount
  • Clear Skies On Demand
    An astronomy blog dedicated to observing the night sky.
    www.backyard-astro.com/blog/index.php
 


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