1.Campaign for dark skies
Keep our skies dark. This web site shows you how.
web site for astronomers, by astronomers.
3.Varible star information.
Mira, Algol Etc. Maxima and minima times, Plus finder charts.
Mir, ISS, Iridium flares and more. If you are interested in satellites, this excellent web site is packed full of information.
For information on all types of telescope.
The UK,s leading astronomy magazine.
7.Sky and telescope
America's leading astronomy magazine.
8.The British Astronomical Association
Up to date information on, comets, asteroids, occultation's, eclipses, and other sections dedicated to observing.
9.South East Essex Astronomical Society.
Essex Astronomy Club which meets on the 1st Thursday of each month in the Southend Central Library (close to Southend Victoria Railway Station).
10.Castle point Astronomy Club.
The Club is a small and friendly society of people near Rayleigh in Essex, meeting once a week, with a common interest in astronomy and the sky at night.
11.Acenacs Designer Websites.
Build your web site with one of these excellent designs.
12 Tim Duke's Web page
Tim describes how he has built a 6inch dobson, and displays his excellent ccd images.
13 The Federation of Astronomical Societies
To find an astronomical society in your area, take a look at this web site
14.Norwich Astronomical Society
The Society currently has over 100 members many of whom meet every Friday evening at the Seething Astronomical Observatory.
Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at 7.30 p.m. for an 8 p.m. start at The Central Club,South Street.Farnham. opposite Sainsbury's car park after 6 p.m. there is plenty of free parking. Please note we will be moving to a new venue at The Farnham Cricket Club as from the October Meeting.
16.West Cornwall Astronomical Society
Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at the St. Michael's Hotel, Falmouth and on the third Thursday of each month at the Helston Football Club. All meetings start at 8pm
17.The Salopian Web - Astronomy
This very popular site has a section on buying a telescope,an astronomical diary, information on eclipses,and contains lots of interesting astronomical information.
18.Dave Smith's Web pages
Dave's site contains some very impressive pictures taken through his vixen 8 inch VC 200L, using a digital camera, he is also a keen bird watcher.
19 Kevin's Web Site.
My interests are Weather Satellites, Radio, Astronomy, Military Aircraft and Naval Ships. These pages will provide information on all these topics plus links to what I consider to be the best sites for these interests on the net.
20 The White Peak Astronomical Observing Group
(WPAOG ) are a relatively new group formed in April 1998 and have an observatory located in the grounds of The National Stone Centre near Wirksworth in Derbyshire.
21 Anthony Emberson's Web Site.
Anthony has been interested in Astronomy for many years, starting from about 8 years old. He bought his first telescope at the age of 11 and progressed up from a 3" refractor to a Meade LX10. Most of the photography on his site has been taken with a standard camera and tripod or piggy back tracking. This site contains some of Anthony's photos he has taken over the years and and contains lots of useful links.
22 Oldham Optical. OLDHAM OPTICAL UK was established in 1985,and produce high quality mirrors, lenses and other optical components. Virtually all work is done "in house" at the Scarborough premises. All products are individually tested in our dedicated test tunnel before dispatch.
23 The Birch Grove Observatory took over 18 months from conception to first light, every stage being meticulously planned and executed. This web site was created to provide information about the design and construction of a small astronomical observatory.
24 Atlas Gadgets Electric/Petrol Scooters; The UK's latest craze.
Atlas Gadgets and Innovations offer the most exciting range of electric powered scooters. The range includes 2 wheel scooter models sporting the latest technology, must-have styling, peace-of-mind reliability .
25 Galloway astronomy centre in scotland . 16 and 10 inch telescopes for use under dark unlight polluted sky. Cottage accomadation and & full english breakfast!