Resources for space enthusiasts:
We’ll be adding to this list continually, so check back often!
NASA Mars rover home page (Spirit and Opportunity)
NASA/JPL Photo Journal
Hubble Space Telescope and its operations, images, and results.
Astronomers Without Borders – One People,One Sky
The American Association of Amateur Astronomers is an organization for Amateur Astronomers, by Amateur Astronomers.
The Planetary Society inspires and involves the world’s public in space exploration through advocacy, projects, and education.
Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer.
Cartes Du Ciel is a free open source planetarium/skymap generator for your computer.
SEDS is an independent, student-based organization which promotes the exploration and development of space.
The International Dark Sky Association is a non-profit member organization that teaches others how to preserve the night sky through factsheets, law references, pictures, and web resources.
Skymap.com provides free sky charts every month that can be downloaded to your computer and printed in an easy-to-read format.
The Galileoscopeâ„¢ is a high-quality, low-cost telescope kit developed by a team of leading astronomers, optical engineers, and science educators.
SETI@home is a scientific experiment that uses Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI).
Sidewalk Astronomers – bringing astronomy to the public
The Zooniverse is home to the internet’s largest, most popular and most successful citizen science projects.
Celestia is a free space simulator that lets you explore the universe in three dimensions.
The Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter Observatory is an observatory open to the public, located just north of Tucson, Arizona.