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1. Member Sites

Keith Rickard

Click on the following link to be taken to Andy Smith's 'Astronomy' album on his flickr page to see his stunning photos. Thank you Andy for giving permission to link your page.

2. Sites all Astronomers should know.....

Satelite Weather Maps
Weather Model from Unisys
Aladin - Speak to Martin about how to use this online tool.
Astronomy Picture of the Day
Lunar Picture of the Day
The Sun Now
Atmospheric Optics Picture of the Day
Solar Monitor http://www.solarmonitor.org/
Solar Dynamics Observatory http://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/
Solar & Heliospheric Observatory http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/
World Wide Telescope http://www.worldwidetelescope.org/

3. Amateur Astrophotography Ezine

This is a publication for Amateur Astrophotography alone. Within it's pages you will find readers images, readers astro equipment, tutorials, home DIY tips for astro equipment and much much more.

4. We are proud to be members of...

British Astronomical Association - Individual membership also available (and recommended)
Federation of Astronomical Societies

5. Buying & Selling...

Astro Buy & Sell - Market place for second hand telescopes and accessories

6. Online Lectures and Courses

Astronomy 161 - Introduction to Solar System Podcast (46, 30min Lectures)
Astronomy 162 - Stars, Galaxies, & the Universe Podcast (44, 30 min Lectures)
Moon 101 - A Course in Lunar Science for non-specialists (NASA) - Slides and Video (10, 1Hr lectures)
SLAC 2005 Video Lectures on Physics (40, 1Hr lectures)
Various Astronomy video lectures
Gresham College Lectures (video) - (52 and counting, 1hr lectures)
Michigan Tech Astronomy Lectures (25 videos and powerpoint files)

7. Citizen Science Projects

Solar Storm Watch - Help advance solar science
GalazyZoo - Classify Galaxies
Galaxy Zoo Supernovae - Find Super novae
SETI at Home - it's a long shot...
MoonZoo - Help identify features on the Moon and size craters
Stardust@Home - Search aerogell for well star dust...
Cosmology@Home - Help find the best model that describes the Universe
Einstein@Home - Use your PC's 'idle time' to search for Neutron Stars!
Citizen Sky - A project to learn how to observe variable star Epsilon Aurigae no experience necessary
Globe at Night - Take part in a global light pollution survey
Great World Wide Star Count - Take part in a global light pollution survey
LHC@Home - Help Cern without lifting a finger uses your PC's idle time.
The Milky way Project - aims to sort and measure our galaxy. Help find and draw bubbles in infrared data from the Spitzer Space Telescope.

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