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The Astronomy Web Ring consists of Astronomy, space, and science webpages.

 

 

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   Astronomy ChitChat Preview Go
A place to talk about Astronomy via our Messageboard.
   KryssTal : Astronomy and Science Page Preview Go
Lots of essays about astronomy: history, calendars, stellar evolution, planets, spectra, etc
   Astronomy for the whole family Preview Go
A large section on beginning a hobby in astronomy with an accompanying homeschool unit and information on creation science. It has a large section for those who want to learn the basics to enjoy classical music. There are many recipe pages, recommended reading, and pages on Christian issues. There is also a large section for every holiday with poetry, recipes and fun.


   Fine Structure Constant, alpha Preview Go
Solution to a 20th century mystery. Feynman's conjecture of a relation between alpha, the fine structure constant, and pi. The formula for alpha and some of its consequences.
   Clear Skies Preview Go
An artistic site filled with much to see and do. Including sci-fi art gallery, current events, and wonderful e-cards.
   The Vega Sky Center - ATM, and Astronomy Web Hub Preview Go
The Vega Sky Center astronomical WebHub is an internet resource that strives to be a catalyst of knowledge for the amateur astronomical community by providing a wealth of information, links, and resources within the realm of Amateur Astronomy. As amateurs probe through the sites pages, we hope they will find valuable information that will help them become more knowledgeable in this greatest and oldest of professions.
   Robs Starsnscopes Preview Go
Pics of my 10" F/f and the history behind it. Pics,and my astro log
   Nebulae Preview Go
A group for the posting of photos of accumulations of interstellar gas, plasma and dust, and discussions of the same. Yes, these images tend to be digital for obvious reasons - the light from 900 light years away can be a little faint.
   John Lewis Meade LX90 Astronomy Page Preview Go
Astronomy site of a Meade LX90 owner. All about the Meade LX90 and more.
   CosmosFrontier.com Preview Go
Cosmos, the Ultimate Frontier. A website about astronomy, space exploration and colonization as well as science-fiction. There is also a forum, store, search engine and much more!






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