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         Astronomers Amateur:     more books (101)
  1. Pleasures of the Telescope: An Illustrated Guide for Amateur Astronomers and a Popular Description of the Chief Wonders of the Heavens for General Readers by Garrett Putman Serviss, 2010-08-21
  2. AstroFAQs: Questions Amateur Astronomers Frequently Ask by Stephen F. Tonkin, 2000-09-15
  3. Astrophotography For The Amateur (A Handbook for Taking Pictures of the Stars, Galaxies, Planets, Moon, Sun, Comets, Meteors and Eclipses) by Michael Covington, 1986
  4. Dobsonian Telescope: Altazimuth mount, Newtonian telescope, John Dobson (amateur astronomer), Objective (optics), Optical telescope, Light pollution, Magnification, Equatorial mount
  5. Frank"s Book of the Telescope. A Guide to Instruments for the Amateur Astronomer. by Charles Frank, 1964
  6. Guia Del Astronomo Aficionado/Amateur Astronomer's Guide (Spanish Edition) by Jean Vallieres, 1986-09
  7. Telescopes for the amateur astronomer, (Skillfact library, 646) by Robert E Danhour, 1966
  9. The Amateur Astronomer by patrick moore, 1957
  10. The Sun and the Amateur Astronomer by W. M. Baxter, 1963
  11. Amateur Astronomer and His Telescope by Gunter D. Roth, 1972-02-07
  12. THE AMATEUR ASTRONOMER. by Patrick. Moore, 1960
  13. Astronomy and space research (The Amateur astronomer's library) by G. A Chisnall, 1964
  14. A Union Made in Heaven: A History of Amateur Astronomers, Inc., 1949-1999

61. Solent Amateur Astronomers Society - Home Page
This is the home page of. SOLENT amateur astronomers SOCIETY SAAS LOGO (HIT THISTO GO TO THE MENU). SOLENT amateur astronomers INFORMATION ABOUT THE SOCIETY.
This is the home page of SOLENT AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS SOCIETY Founded 1972. Affiliated to the
Federation of Astronomical Societies
and the
Southern Area Group of Astronomical Societies Use the buttons above to go to the SITE MAP or SITE MAP, A-Z for a complete listing of all pages on this Website. Or use the selections below... SOLENT AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS - INFORMATION ABOUT THE SOCIETY ABOUT SOLENT AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS SOCIETY
Find out about the history of the Society, contact details, frequently asked questions, Itchen and Toothill observatories, meetings and membership. SOLENT AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS SOCIETY CONSTITUTION
Reproduced in full, the Society's Constitution which outlines how the Society is governed. LIBRARY - ARCHIVED BOOKS
Find out about the Society's archived library books. LIBRARY - CURRENT BOOKS
Find out about the Society's currently available library books. MEETINGS
Find out where and when the Society meets; the subject and speaker for our next monthly meeting. MEMBERSHIP
Find out about joining the Society, membership types and fees. OBSERVATORIES AND PUBLIC VIEWING
Find out more about our two observatories and when they are open to the public. Find out more about arranging private visits to the observatories.

62. Kennedy Space Center's Amateur Astronomers'
Monthly star parties with maps, members personal home pages, astronomy and astrophysical links, and Category Regional North America Society and Culture...... Clubs (some with Homepages) Listing of Florida Astronomy Clubs Astromony-Mall (somewith Homepages) Free Astronomy Classified for amateur Astronomy Equipment
"Dedicated to the Understanding and Knowledge of the Heavens God Made for Us to Observe!" "Sharing Astronomy with Friends" "Columbia will be missed Our Thoughts and Prays goes to the Astronaut's Family
click on the picture above to see our the tribute. Please Take Time!
Astronomy Homepages worthy of Special of Note this Clear Sky Clock is provide by ClearDarkSky.Com, thanks Attilla Danko Personal Web Pages of Club Members

Star Fields Observatory

Small Dob Web Site

Roy's Astronomy Web Page
Wyck's 24" Truss Dob F 4.1

Astrophotography Anyone!

Astro-Photography Mailing List (APML) Archives
AstroPhotography Basic Primer Star Party Etiquette Things to Remember When Attending Your First Star Party (REVISED) Astronomy Reference Information Meisser Deep Space List (SEDS.ORG) Herschel 400 List Constellations LIST Telrad Sky Maps showing all Messier Objects (Very Nice) ... Telrad Charts for Messier and Caldwell Objects(Very Nice) Astronomy Clubs and Links The Southeast Region of the Astronomical League Listing of Florida and US astronomy club provided by ****SKY-Watch**** Alachua Astronomy Club ... Listing of Florida Astronomy Clubs - Astromony-Mall (some with Homepages) Free Astronomy Classified for Amateur Astronomy Equipment Most sellers on both services are very reputable but always use caution when buying on the Internet AstroMart Astromony-Mall Very Cool Monthly Astronomy Maps This Month's Sky-Viewing Calendar

63. Amateur Astronomy In Keene New Hampshire
An amateur astronomy club for people with an interest in astronomy and observing the night sky who Category Regional North America Keene Science and Environment......Keene amateur astronomers is an amateur astronomy club for people with an interestin astronomy and observing the night sky who live in the Monadnock Region of
Keene Amateur Astronomers, Inc.
Upcoming Astronomy Club Meetings
December 6, 2002 - Business Meeting
December 7, 2002 - Observing Session
Note: Winter business meetings are held once per month at Keene State College in the Science Building. Winter observing sessions are sponsored by individuals within the club. Summer observing sessions and meetings are held at our club observatory Fridays and Saturdays close to the new moon. Observing sessions are weather-dependent.
"What Is the Cause of the Aurora?" talk by Roger Arnoldy
(This talk took place at the Keene State College Science Center on Wednesday May 8 at 6 PM.)
Natives living at high latitudes believed that the aurora was produced by the burning torches their ancestors carried as they marched in single file toward heaven. If they should chance upon the skull of a walrus in this march they might suddenly get engaged in a soccer game using the skull as a football. As a result, the light of their torches, which they still carried, would tend to fill the entire night sky with light. Other early natives believed it was a discharge of static electricity off the tail of a fox racing through the snow. Not bad! However, with in-situ measurements made aboard rockets and satellites we have a more refined view, but not all of the answers as of yet. This talk will present these data to shed more "light" on the topic.
Roger Arnoldy has been involved with space research using balloons, rockets and satellites to study the aurora for over 35 years. In addition, he has used ground magnetometers to study the changes in the Earth's magnetic field due to solar activity at both poles of the Earth. He served as the Director of the Space Science Center at UNH for 28 years.

64. Astonomy World Wide Space Link
Links to largest telescopes, professional astronomers, planetaria, pictures, amateur equipment.
Welcome to Astronomy Worldwide Space Link Astronomy, telescopes, observatories, space. Make your own Free Web Site at GeoCities

65. Susquehanna Valley Amateur Astronomers
Susquehanna Valley amateur astronomers. Welcome to the Susquehanna Valley amateurastronomers Homepage About SVAA a little bit about us. SVAA News
Susquehanna Valley Amateur Astronomers
...located in the heart of central Pennsylvania
Welcome to the Susquehanna Valley Amateur Astronomers Homepage
About SVAA...
a little bit about us.
SVAA News...
a list of upcoming events including meetings and star parties.
contains photographs of some of our club's activities.
Astronomy Links...
contains links to other astronomy related sites on the web. Does your site belong here? Let us know.
Do you want to join the SVAA e-mail group? Subscribe here. Subscribe to svaa Powered by © 1997-2002 SVAA - Send comments or suggestions to Jim Shaffer This site is 100% Frames Free

66. Grove Creek Observatory
Run as a nonprofit organisation for the benefit of the general public, amateur and professional astronomers.

67. : Communities : Albany Area Amateur Astronomers

68. Optical Guidance Systems Telescopes
Optical Guidance Systems (OGS) manufactures custom and researchgrade telescopes for professional and amateur astronomers.
The World's #1 Selling Line of Ritchey-Chretien Telescopes Optical Guidance Systems
Optical Guidance Systems would like to announce the RC40-190FS, which is our 1-meter-class f/8 Ritchey-Chretien OTA interfaced with our OGS190 PC/TCS servo-driven computer controlled fork mount system. The RC40 is a 1-meter-class version of our time-tested Ritchey-Chretien optical tube assembly, which for the last 18 years, we have manufactured in the 10-32" range. NEW OGS RC20-140F scripts remotely with the integration of our ASCOM compliant operating system.
October 4, 2002 - On the front page of USA Today, OGS customer [Gary Jaffe] strolls out to his observatory, directs a computer to aim the telescope at a galaxy far away, and settles in for hours of bliss.
Available for purchase: Pre-owned OGS RC20-140FT, used as a supernova patrol telescope for the past 3 years to discover 16 supernovae!
January 10, 2002 - "The New CCD Astronomy," by Ron Wodaski

69. Ames Area Amateur Astronomers
The regular meeting of the Ames Area amateur astronomers will be held at 730 pm,March 15, 2003 at the Story County Conservation Center, McFarland Park (click
Contact Us
Membership Information Map Home ... Clear Sky Clock By Attilla Danko The Ames Area Amateur Astronomers is a dynamic organization, with activities held year-round. On the third Saturday of each month (except December), we meet at 7:30 p.m. in the Story County Conservation Center at McFarland Park. Viewing nights are scheduled each month, both at our observatory at McFarland Park, six miles northeast of downtown Ames, and at members' homes. Each month, members receive The Pulsar , our monthly newsletter, now in its 22nd year of publication. In each issue, you'll find information on club activities, a calendar of celestial events, news items, and contributed articles and book reviews on a wide variety of astronomical topics. Web Watch: Web Links Provided by Ed Engle in our Monthly Newsletter

70. SBIG Santa Barbara Instrument Group
Manufactures high quality CCD cameras and autoguiders for amateur and professional astronomers. This site includes an online catalog, technical notes, extensive image gallery and links to many amateur and professional sites related to astronomical imaging.

Company Philosophy Our company has brought together a group of unique individuals, each with years of experience in his or her particular discipline. People with this much expertise can accomplish a great deal when they share a common goal. Our goal is to design and manufacture the best astronomical instrumentation in the world, at a price an amateur can afford.
Our company's philosophy is to listen to our customers. With your input and our efforts we have a winning combination. We look forward to continuing development of instrumentation to benefit the field of astronomy and science education.
Santa Barbara Instrument Group
147-A Castilian Drive
Santa Barbara, CA 93117
Phone: (805) 571-7244 Fax: (805) 571-1147
E-mail: Revised: April 03, 2003 08:46:23 AM

71. Amateur Astronomer's Inc. (AAI) (NJ New Jersey Amateur Astronomy)
http// Welcome to. amateur astronomers' Inc (AAI). Cranford,New Jersey, USA. IMPORTANT AAI now has our own web domain name operating.
Welcome to
Amateur Astronomers' Inc (AAI)
Cranford, New Jersey, USA
AAI now has our own web domain name operating is the new domain name for the club
The AAI is an amateur astronomy organization in central New Jersey. It was founded in 1949, with currently over 400 members making it one of the largest astronomy clubs to date. The image above is our observatory named after William M. Sperry , which houses two of the largest telescopes on the east coast for amateur use. The east dome hold a 10" f/15 refractor built by AAI members, the west Dome has a 24" f/11 Cassegrain reflecting telescope purchased by AAI.
Just added!! A Discussion email list for the club
Join our mailing list! Enter your email address below, then click the 'Join List' button:
Contact Information
Amateur Astronomer's Inc. PO Box 111 Garwood, NJ 07027-0111 phone: 908 276 STAR BBS: 908 709 0569 Emails and Contacts:
George Chaplenko, Corresponding Secretary
phone: 908-549-0615
Sign our Guestbook
View our Guestbook
Meeting Information
AAI is open to the public on most Friday nites between 7:30 and 10:30pm at the Sperry Observatory located on the Union County College Cranford campus, located at 1033 Springfield Ave.

72. - The Malaysian Amateur Astronomer
Site devoted to amateur astronomers in Malaysia.
Free Web site hosting -
This site has moved
Please visit You are visitor no.

73. AmSky - The Astronomy Headlines
online An openforum electronic magazine for serious amateur astronomers.
Events Calendar Chat Weather ...
Astronomy on the Internet
Top Sites NASA JPL ESA News Sources CalTech
Chandra X-ray Observatory
CNN Space News
European Space Agency
Goddard Space Flight Center
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
Kitt Peak National Observatoy
Marshall Space Flight Center McDonald Observatory
NASA Today NASA Archive NASA Space Weather National Science Foundation Spaceflight Now Space Telescope Science Institute University of California at Berkeley U.S. Naval Observatory E-mail link spam-protected by All correspondence becomes the property of the editor of AmSky var site="sm4amsky"

74. Aaoj
The amateur astronomers of Jackson webpage has moved to a new server.Please follow the link below, and save it in your Favorites .
The "Amateur Astronomers of Jackson" webpage has
moved to a new server. Please follow the link
below, and save it in your "Favorites"

75. Bruce Johnston Computing
commercial DOS, Win3.1 CCD image processing software for amateur astronomers. Handles most file and camera formats. Allows tricolor imaging and 'track-and-stack as well'.
Bruce Johnston Computing presents
A guided tour of .....
"The SuperFix package" of Image Processing software.
If you are beginning your tour for the first time, begin it here. Some of the information on M ega F ix is presented, assuming you are familiar with "The SuperFix Package"....... to keep you from having to put up with a lot of duplicated information. So go visit......
Then come on back and continue your tour with M ega F ix
"M ega F ix
Advanced Image Processing software.
Version 2.10 now available!
Enjoy Astronomy!!

Western amateur astronomers. ENTER HERE. Solar Xray Activity Monitorand more - just click below - takes awhile to load. Status. Site
Western Amateur Astronomers ENTER HERE Solar X-ray Activity Monitor
and more - just click below - takes awhile to load
Our thanks to for the space provided to us for this site For site problems contact:
Earl Wilson -
Richard J. Rynne -
Tim Hogle Your visit is appreciated
Come back soon

77. Isaac Newton Group Of Telescopes
on the island of La Palma in The Canary Islands. Details about the facilities offered on the 4.2m William Herschel, 2.5-m Isaac Newton, 1.0-m Jacobus Kapteyn and Carlsberg Transit Circle Telescopes. Site also provides information related to activities of interest to amateur astronomers.
News: Change to PATT Submission Deadlines Spectacular Views of an Exploding Star First light on LIRIS ING Newsletter No. 6 ... Satellites and Tidal Streams Conference The Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes has been selected to receive the Griffith Observatory Star Award for excellence in promoting astronomy to the public through the World Wide Web ING web site: UK mirror site:

78. Czech Astronomical Society
Association for professional and amateur astronomers. Includes an overview of the organisation, contact details, and images.
Czech Astronomical Society
CAS Download About server ... Contact APOD
Moon phase
lunation 993, age 2.17
Czech astronomical society
Is a voluntary association of professional and amateur astronomers and friends of astronomy and related sciences in the Czech Republic. CAS has also corporate members (e.g. Astronomical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic). CAS was founded on December 8, 1917 in Prague.
is made by Czech astronomical society, contact

ite provides information about getting started in radio astronomy, CCD imaging, dome construction, Category Science Astronomy North America United States...... RADIO ASTRONOMY OUR PLACE IN THE UNIVERSE MAP. WELCOME TO THE. TheSouth Florida amateur astronomers Association AND. FOX OBSERVATORY.





WELCOME TO THE The South Florida Amateur Astronomers Association AND FOX OBSERVATORY

80. Astronomy Boy: Amateur Astronomy
Resources and tutorials for amateur astronomers.

Getting Started

CG-5 Improvements

SAA 100 Deep Sky List

Constellation Portraits

Current Moon Phase
Courtesy U.S. Naval Observatory
The information at this web site reflects my personal interests in amateur astronomy. There are features here for newcomers, for do-it-yourselfers, for deep sky observers, and for astrophotographers. Your comments are always welcome.
Jeff DeTray
Welcome to listeners of the Jordan Rich Show on WBZ Radio - AM 1030 Click here for Hubble Space Telescope pictures! NEW! Clear Sky Clock The Clear Sky Clock is a prediction of when Astronomy Boy's Brennan Hill Observatory will have good weather for astronomical observing. Click for details. Getting Started in Astronomy Got a new telescope? Thinking of buying one? Don't know what your next step should be? Check out Astronomy Boy's guide to getting started in astronomy, including telescope buying advice , lists of informative web sites books for newcomers, and local astronomy clubs and observatories CG-5 Mount Improvements The CG-5 German equatorial mount is a Chinese-made clone of the well-known Vixen Great Polaris (GP) mount. Although the CG-5 is quite popular, many examples suffer from sticky movements in both the right ascension and declination axes.

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