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General facts and statistical information about planets, moons, constellations, stars, galaxies, and Messier objects.
Interprets the exploration of the Universe for the broadest possible audience and hosts one of the finest collections of early astronomical instruments in the world.
Guide to astronomy facts including facts on stars, planets, comets, quasars, and black holes.
Provides photographs, diagrams, and the history of the astrolabe, an instrument used by early astronomers for solving problems relating to time and the position of the stars.
In-depth, concise website about astronomy from Crowell Observatory.
Provides nightly events, news, and information about space and space missions for amateur astronomers.
Offers real time astronomical data tailored to the viewer's location and time zone.
Provides information and images, including a complete Messier object reference, telescope articles, and deep-sky links.
Enables students to investigate the Universe while applying tools and concepts from science, math, and technology.
Pictures, stories, past and present events, and solar activity reports.
Data, images, links, and observing techniques for planetary nebula.
Explore the splendors of the sea and the wonders of the universe through information, images, sounds, links, and interactive games.
Java applet that lets you use your web browser to see many types of astronomical information, in both graphical and numerical form.
Prototype of a Federated database application, relying on several data sets: the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, the 2MASS project, and the First radio survey.
Photographs and explanations of astronomical objects and spacecraft.