Astronomy Stuff
 
 I got my first telescope in the summer of '97.  It is a used Celestron 8" SCT. I have been very happy with it while I was using it in Arizona. I belonged to the Saguaro Astronomy Club in Phoenix and found many experienced observers there. I love the clear skies of Arizona.

I recently moved to New Jersey and have not yet hooked up with a club here. I am in the Cherry Hill area. If you know a good local club or just some nearby dark skies, drop me a line and let me know.

 
Here are a few Astronomy links.
 
Return to Main Page   Satellite Visibility -Do you want to see what's visible from your location? You'll need to edit your latitude and longitude. Default is Mount Laurel NJ.
Pharmaceutical Resources Page   Observable Comets -Get elements and ephemerides for the latest visitors. Allows you to chart the current position and path.
Book List   Weekly Comet Update -More comet information for locating and tracking comets. Updated weekly.
SEDS Messier Database
Hubble Photos
Planetarium Software
The Nine Planets -An excellent tour of our solar system. Full of planetary facts.
Views of the Solar System -Another solar system multi-media tour.
RSSI -The Russian Space Science Internet full of useful and interesting links.
The European Space Agency
NASA -Of course.
Mars Exploration -Check out the latest photos, weather reports, maps and more.
SETI Institute
National Optical Astronomy Observatories
Kitt Peak National Observatory
Lowell Observatory
SKY Online  -Your Astronomy Source on the World Wide Web
ASTRONOMY Magazine
Last Updated 4/2/00
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