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University of Illinois astronomy Professor Jim Kaler maintains this website which tells "the stories of stars and their constellations." The site includes photographs of the sky, all 88 constellations, constellations of the Zodiac and information on 72 stars. - details
stars.astro.illinois.edu
Amateur astronomer Ed Ting provides honest reviews of over 100 telescopes, eyepieces and recording devices, and counting. The site also includes a beginner's advice column and other featured articles on telescopes and astronomy-related topics. - details
www.scopereviews.com
The Astronomy Collection is a service for San Francisco bay area amateur astronomers. They promote area astronomy events and encourage membership in bay area astronomy clubs. New astronomers should visit our Beginners section which offers expert advice for inexperienced star gazers. - details
www.observers.org
This site, run by the folks at NASA, presents a different image or photograph each day. A professional astronomer writes the explanation which accompanies each image. - details
apod.nasa.gov
Don't let the simple design of this site fool you. It offers a huge database of astronomy and astrophysics resources on the Internet. Anyone interested in astronomy will certainly want to add this site to their favorite bookmarks. - details
www.cv.nrao.edu



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