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SETI@Home is a scientific experiment that uses Internet-connected computers to engage in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI). You can download a program and use it to help the thousands of other volunteers search the vast mountains of radio telescope data for candidate signals that might indicate the existence of an intelligence at work.
Astronomy Picture of the Day Archive (1,746)
APOD Archives, more than 4,000 pictures available over the 11 years of operations of APOD gives images from Hubble Space Telescope, Spitzer Space Telescope, Chandra X-Ray Observatory, even from local amateur astronomers. A MUST_SEE site.
Great classifieds! Lots of links to other dealers and astronomy related web sites.
Utah Skies (1,513)
A valuable on-line resource for all things astronomical. Messier, Caldwell, The Solar System. Sign up for our free weekly E-Zine, The Utah Skies Report. Lots of light pollution information
StarMessage, moon phase and night sky screensaver (1,455)
View the moon phases and write your name in the
stars of the night sky.
3Dlens.com provide optical science infomation such as fresnel lens, polarizer.
Everything Astronomy. High reputation and wonderful people. Their web site has a wealth of info on choosing the right scope, eyepieces, etc.
Telescope Reviews (1,304)
Read telescope reviews and tips.
Astronomy Magazine (1,267)
Astronomy Magazine covers primarilty amateur astronomy, with features and articles designed to appeal to the beginning and intermediate astronomy enthusiast. Observing techniques, backyard astronomy, telescope and optical reviews, software, and amateur astrophotography are featured.
Ten Acre Observatory (1,228)
Ten Acre Observatory (TAO) is located S.E. of the OKC metro area. TAO has a 100 X 200 foot observing area with an 8" Dob and 13" Dob available for public use, Plus a 24" StarMaster used to give guided tours of the night sky. Additionally, they have star charts and astronomy programs to assist those using the facilities. TAO is the primary viewing site for the Odyssey Astronomy Club.