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Fraser
2004-Mar-01, 07:59 PM
SUMMARY: Universe Today Forum member Devilmech is working to build a comprehensive list of links to space and astronomy-related sites on the Internet. So far he's got a few dozen linked, but I'm sure there are hundreds more out there. Do you have some suggestions for him? Click here to visit the thread on the forum, and let him know some of the resources you find most helpful. I'd love to see other people's bookmarks.

And if you're interested in talking about space and astronomy, why not come and join the forum? We've got more than 18,000 intelligent, whitty, and creative postings made by 1645 intelligent, whitty, and creative contributors. ;-)

Thanks!

Fraser Cain
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VanderL
2004-Mar-01, 08:10 PM
Whitty??


I like this one
http://www.spaceref.com/news/

And of course Astronomy Picture of the Day
http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/

Cheers.

DippyHippy
2004-Mar-01, 10:25 PM
We've got more than 18,000 intelligent, whitty, and creative postings made by 1645 intelligent, whitty, and creative contributors. ;-)

...and me...

VanderL
2004-Mar-01, 10:32 PM
You mean, not being intelligent, witty or creative? Hear, Hear, Join the club!
Cheers.

Juan D. Rodriguez
2004-Mar-02, 12:56 AM
Hello!

Nice idea to build a list of links to space and astronomy-related sites...

This one:
http://www.astroenlazador.com
is a Spanish website about Astronomy news and information. ("Astroenlazador" means something like "Astrolink", because " enlace " is for "link" in Spanish)

They have an unoficial Mars Exploration Rovers website (also in Spanish):
http://mer.astroenlazador.com

and another website about Hubble Space Telescope:
http://hubble.astroenlazador.com



Cheers!

Guest_walterewombat
2004-Mar-02, 02:37 AM
Fraser,

Its witty

Walter

Starry7
2004-Mar-02, 03:06 AM
Here's another one:
http://www.spacedaily.com
This is a great comprehensive site, and you can even sign up to get new space news delivered to your email every weekday!

Tiny
2004-Mar-02, 03:11 AM
This is the site I always visit :
http://www.astroplace.com/ :)

dewayne
2004-Mar-02, 03:59 AM
I belong to the Peoria Astronomical Society in Peoria, Illinois.
Check out our site: astronomical.org

Fraser
2004-Mar-02, 06:22 AM
I know... it's witty. :-(

damienpaul
2004-Mar-02, 08:17 AM
And if you're interested in talking about space and astronomy, why not come and join the forum? We've got more than 18,000 intelligent, whitty, and creative postings made by 1645 intelligent, whitty, and creative contributors. ;-)

And you got a non witty, non intelligent and bizarrely creative teacher and storm chaser here :wacko:

mike christian
2004-Mar-02, 01:00 PM
I like heavens-above.com and fourmilab.com has some interesting astronomy/physics simulations. Mr. C

Nick4
2004-Mar-06, 03:41 PM
Thats cool i am going to check it out.