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Astronomers Forecast for observing areas:http://www.cleardarksky.com/csk/index.html

 

This site will provide you with the opportunity to see what the skies might be like in the area you plan to do your observing.  The information provided includes cloud cover, transparency, seeing, darkness, wind, humidity, temperature and other useful information for the amateur astronomer.  The projection is on an hour by hour forecast basis which can be useful when your observation plan includes an object(s) that you want to make sure are visible or that the skies are somewhat clear.  It includes over 4500 charts in North America and 127 locations in Arizona.

 

Sky Maps:  http://www.skymaps.com/downloads.htm

 

This site will provide the charts for a specific month.   These charts are also posted each month and are available for download from our web site under the downloads tab as well as on Verrado.net.

 

Starizona - Adventures In Astronomy & Nature  : http://starizona.com/acb/

 

Provides a number of topics and discussion areas useful to the amateur astronomer.  Starizona is in Tucson, Arizona and has been kind enough to authorize the use of their educational materials for our club.

 

Heavens Above:http://www.heavens-above.com/

 

The site will provide information on the passing of the International Space Station including the brigntness, start and end time of the passing as well as the altitude and azimuth.  It will do the same for other satellites as well.

 

Astronomy Logs : http://www.astronomylogs.com/pages/moon.html

 

If you have an interest in the moon, this has the Lunar Field Atlas.  It also gives you the ability to download the atlas by image being used (erect image, mirror image, inverted mirror or inverted image) depending on the type of telescope being used.

 

Astronomy Clubs in Arizona:http://www.astronomyclubs.com/state/Arizona

 

Here's a list of the astronomy clubs in the state of Arizona. Many clubs provide free downloads and education information.  We registered our site to be listed.  If you click on the "Clubs" tab at the top of the web page, it will provide you with access to clubs throughout the world.

 

2013 List of Astronomy Clubs in Arizona:  http://www.go-astronomy.com/astro-clubs-state.php?State=AZ

 

Here's another  list of the astronomy clubs in the state of Arizona. It's a listing that provides a different look and more information from the education standpoint. 


Stargazing for Everyone:  http://www.StargazingforEveryone.com


A unique organization in Arizona providing science activities and programs for more than 75,000 students, teachers, parents and community members every year. 



 



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Astronomers Forecast for observing areas:http://www.cleardarksky.com/csk/index.html

 

This site will provide you with the opportunity to see what the skies might be like in the area you plan to do your observing.  The information provided includes cloud cover, transparency, seeing, darkness, wind, humidity, temperature and other useful information for the amateur astronomer.  The projection is on an hour by hour forecast basis which can be useful when your observation plan includes an object(s) that you want to make sure are visible or that the skies are somewhat clear.  It includes over 4500 charts in North America and 127 locations in Arizona.

 

Sky Maps:  http://www.skymaps.com/downloads.htm

 

This site will provide the charts for a specific month.   These charts are also posted each month and are available for download from our web site under the downloads tab as well as on Verrado.net.

 

Starizona - Adventures In Astronomy & Nature  : http://starizona.com/acb/

 

Provides a number of topics and discussion areas useful to the amateur astronomer.  Starizona is in Tucson, Arizona and has been kind enough to authorize the use of their educational materials for our club.

 

Heavens Above:http://www.heavens-above.com/

 

The site will provide information on the passing of the International Space Station including the brigntness, start and end time of the passing as well as the altitude and azimuth.  It will do the same for other satellites as well.

 

Astronomy Logs : http://www.astronomylogs.com/pages/moon.html

 

If you have an interest in the moon, this has the Lunar Field Atlas.  It also gives you the ability to download the atlas by image being used (erect image, mirror image, inverted mirror or inverted image) depending on the type of telescope being used.

 

Astronomy Clubs in Arizona:http://www.astronomyclubs.com/state/Arizona

 

Here's a list of the astronomy clubs in the state of Arizona. Many clubs provide free downloads and education information.  We registered our site to be listed.  If you click on the "Clubs" tab at the top of the web page, it will provide you with access to clubs throughout the world.

 

2013 List of Astronomy Clubs in Arizona:  http://www.go-astronomy.com/astro-clubs-state.php?State=AZ

 

Here's another  list of the astronomy clubs in the state of Arizona. It's a listing that provides a different look and more information from the education standpoint. 

 



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