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Adam Block provides some of the best tutorials for the use of PixInSight.
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The official support forum for Astro Pixel Processor.
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If you have astronomical imaging of the sky with celestial coordinates you do not know—or do not trust—then Astrometry.net is for you. Input an image and we'll give you back astrometric calibration meta-data, plus lists of known objects falling inside the field of view. We have built this astrometric calibration service to create correct...
Online magazine that deals with astronomy related topics. It requires a paid subscription to view.
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A site with a fist full of tools for the astronomer. FOV calculator Star Chart Cloud Forecast Lookup Coordinates
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Nice site to get forecast for your viewing for the next few days.
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Clear Sky Charts Based on a numerical weather model, Clear Sky Charts are perhaps the most accurate and the most usable forecasters of astronomical observing conditions for over 6300 observatories and observing sites in North America. Light Pollution Map A color-coded map of the world showing sources and levels of light pollution (man-made...
7-day hourly cloud & weather forecasts. Designed by astronomers for astronomers.
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Supported by Astronomics. One of the larger astronomy forums out on the web. Currently one of the more knowledgeable places to get your astronomy/astrophotography information from.
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Dr. Roger Clark earned his Ph.D. in Planetary Science at MIT in 1980. Roger's expertise is in identifying and mapping minerals and other compounds on the Earth, other planets and their satellites using imaging spectroscopy. He develops laboratory, telescopic and spacecraft spectrometers and imaging spectrometers. He has published over 300...
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Interactive map from the people at the International Dark-Sky Association site to help you find a dark sky location near you.
The Texas Chapter of the International Dark-Sky Association seeks to protect the “Stars at Night” that are “big and bright …. deep in the heart of Texas.” That heritage of star-filled night skies has been taken away from us in many parts of our great state. Our members are a volunteer educational group working to engage citizens and public...
INDI Library is an Open Source Architecture for Control & Automation of Astronomical Devices. Powered by the community for the community.
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Back in the summer of 1976, Michael Petrasko and Muir Evenden met when they moved into the same neighborhood. They both developed interests in astronomy at a young age. Michael received his first telescope as a Christmas present at the age of eight. His interest in astronomy took off as soon as he got his first glimpse of the craters on the...
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Great resource for dark sky information and how to get your community involved.
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SINCE 2004, WE HAVE LED THE FIELD IN DEVELOPING PUBLIC INTERNET BASED ASTRONOMY. From a humble start with a single telescope in both California and Australia and just 5 members, we have since expanded the iTelescope network to telescopes around the globe providing digital imaging services to professional and amateur astronomers world wide...
The latest crown jewel for astronomers.
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A remote astronomical telescope can be controlled off-site by an observer over the Internet, and is housed in an observatory with an automated system for opening and closing the roof. All systems are mechanical and controlled by computer. The telescope is also capable of being programmed to operate robotically with preset commands with no human...
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www.lightpollutionmap.info is a mapping application that displays light pollution related content over Microsoft Bing base layers (road and hybrid Bing maps). The primary use was to show VIIRS/DMSP data in a friendly manner, but over the many years it received also some other interesting light pollution related content like SQM/SQC...
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This is the official support forum for PixInSight. You have to be a licensed user to participate in it.
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