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Astronomy links to other resources

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1   Link   2016 Uranus-Neptune finder chart from S&T
Chart good through March 2017.
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2   Link   Astronomical League Observing Programs
Astronomical League Observing Programs by level
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3   Link   Astronomy.fm
An Amateur Astronomy Community
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4   Link   Calculate rise/set times
Calculate rise/set times for sun/moon and twilight. Click search, enter Wisconsin and select your city.
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5   Link   Choosing a telescope
*New* added 8/19/16
Sky & Telescope article on choosing a telescope.
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6   Link   Cloudy Nights
Our goal at Cloudy Nights is to assist amateur astronomers in better understanding the equipment that goes with the hobby
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7   Link   Comet Chasing
Comet Chasing website
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8   Link   Conjunctions of planets with globular clusters
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9   Link   Greek Alphabet
The Greek Alphabet according to Wikipedia
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10   Link   In-the-sky.org
Guides to the night sky
*New* added 8/18/16
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11   Link   Mars observing ephemeris
In-the-Sky.org Mars ephemeris
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12   Link   Messier Marathon checklist
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13   Link   Meteor Showers On-line
Meteor Showers On-line.
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14   Link   Moon Phase Calendar
Moon Phase calendar to year 2016 and beyond.
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15   Link   Night Skies Network
Night Skies Network - See who's broadcasting astronomy live on the internet
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16   Link   Seeing and transparency scales
Seeing and Transparency scales, from the AAAA website
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17   Link   Seiichi Yoshida's Home Page
Seiichi Yoshida's Comet Home Page
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18   Link   Stellarium Planetarium software
Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope. Just set your coordinates and go.
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