Primary Lists of Astronomy Resources

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Association of Lunar & Planetary Observers ( ALPO )
An educational organization that instucts observers in proper technique, collects amateur observations and promulgates them to the professional community.
Astronomical Internet Resources ( at STScI )
Astronomy resources on the Internet ( NRAO )
Astronomy/Astrophysics on the Internet ( at MSSSO )
AstroWeb at CDS: yellow-page Services
AstroWeb index
WAIS index to the Astronomical Internet Resources database, a product of AstroWeb consortium.
Brooks/Cole Astronomy Resource Center
Description of Wadsworth Astronomy Resource Center Links which are useful to teachers and students of astronomy.Also, an Online Studyguide for the Wadsworth text: Foudations of Astronomy, Fourth edition, by Michael Seeds.
GeoAstro Applet Collection
Interactive Java applets display the position of sun and moon on the horizon for any date, time and location. The times of rise and setting, twilight, the declination, hour angle, the equation of time and more data are computed.
Hilal (Crescent Moon), Islam, Astronomy, and Cyberspace
This website provides Monthly Crescent Moon Sighting information for many locations around the world. This provides the basis for a lunar calendar.
SciTech Astronomical Research ( Telescope Manufacturer )
Design and manufacture high performance automated telescope systems, software, and related instrumentation for research and education. Emphasis on delivering turn-key operations to the customer.
Variable Star Network ( VSNET )
Variable Star Network: International professional and amateur collaborative research on general variable stars, transient astronomical phenomena such as gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) and cataclysmic variables (CVs). vsnet-alert mailing list provides world most effective variable star-related alerts. Database and light curves based on VSNET, VSOLJ, and AFOEV observations are available on the webpage.
WebStars ( Astrophysics in Cyberspace )
WebStars, now at NASA's High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center.

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