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Cool Links To Other Astronomy Sites

THE ASTRONOMICAL LEAGUE
This is a national organazation for amateur astronomers from all over the country.
THE BATON ROUGE ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY
This is my local organazation. They have a real nice site full of information. Check it out!
NASA HOMEPAGE
The online headquarters for anyone interested in any aspect of space and space exploration.
JET PROPULSION LABORATORY HOMEPAGE
The JPL homepage has a link to one of the best space image archives on the net.
GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER HOMEPAGE
Find out all about NASA exploration and the vehicles used.
THE NINE PLANETS
A complete archive of images of the Solar System along with detailed information about it.
VIEWS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM
The Hawaiian Astronomical Society has put together this nice archive of images from NASA's major planetary missions.
ASTROWEIGHT
Find out how much you would weigh on any of the planets or 4 large moons of Jupiter.
ASTROAGE
Find out how old you would be on any other planet in the Solar System.
SUNCLOCK
Find out the exact areas where the Sun is or isn't shining at this moment.
PHOON MOON DISPLAY
See the current phase of the Moon.
J-TRACK SATELLITE TRACKER
Follow the paths of the Space Shuttle, MIR space station, Hubble Space Telescope, UARS satellite, or the COBE satellite.
VIRTUAL GLOBE
A nice little applet that allows you to view the Earth at any angle.
JUPITER AND ITS SATELLITES
See the current posistions of the four large moons of Jupiter in real time.
N BODY 3D
Create your own solar system and see what happens!

If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions, feel free to e-mail me. I would appreciate your feedback.

astronomybrian@hotmail.com


All images are courtesy of NASA, the Jet Propulsion Laboratoey, and the Goddard Spaceflight Center. All images are believed to be in the public domain. The information contained in this website has come from a variety of sources. Online resources include "The Nine Planets" by Bill Arnett and "Views of the Solar System" from the Hawaiian Astronomical Society. Links to their pages are provided above.


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