by Ron Kurtus (updated 16 November 2022)
The following consists of websites and books on Astronomy.
- General Astronomy
- Observatories and photos
- Telescopes and Home Observatories
- The Moon
- Black Holes
- My books
Use these resources to help your understanding of Astronomy.
Astronomy - Wikipedia
Space Facts - Scientific, historical and cultural facts about the Solar System
Planet Orbits - From Space-Facts.com
Galactic Facts - Interesting facts about Astronomy
Back Garden Astronomy - Get family involved
Astronomy and Space Websites - From EDsmart.org
Backyard Astronomy - Guide for homeowners and famlies
Constellations Mythology - From HalloweenCostumes.com
Astronomy for Kids: Introductory Guide - From GiftedGeek.co.uk
Card game showing aviation and space flight history - Solitaired.com
Astronomy Resources for Kids - Good list
Northern Lights - From Michigan Tech (mtu.edu)
Top Astronomy NASA Photos Of All Time - From TheHubPost.com
Top Public Observatories - From PublicRecordsReviews.com
Telescopes on a Budget - Information on buying and using a telescope
Best selling Telescopes - Amazon.com
Facts About the Moon - From NASA
The Phases of the Moon - TimeandDate.com
Moon Phases Visualized - TimeandDate.com
The Moon - Information and statistics from Russian version of American website
Why Is The Moon So Bright? - From NightSkyPix.com
Virtual Trips to Black Holes and Neutron Stars by Robert Nemiroff - explanations and MPEG movies showing how things look from NASA (most computers can show these short animations)
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Use these resources to get further information on the various Astronomy topics. If you have some good Astronomy links, let me know about them.
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