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Astronomy Sites

Universe Today: Published articles about space. Updated several times a week.
APOD: Astronomy Picture of the Day. Each day an astronomical image is displayed and a description is given by a professional astronomer.
Space.com: Published articles about space.
Hubble Space Telescope: Web site of the Hubble Space Telescope. See a huge collection of astronomical imagery.
Chandra: Web site of the orbiting space telescope Chandra.
Spitzer: Web site of the orbiting space telescope Spitzer.
NASA Images Archive: A huge collection of NASA imagery.
Bad Astronomy: A web site dedicated to busting myths in astronomy.
David Malin: A master of astrophotography. His imagery has had a great impact on me and inspired me.
Interview with Geoff Marcy: (Extrasolar planets hunter): Read an interview with Geoff Marcy, one of the world's leading extrasolar planets hunters!
Extrasolar Visions: A web site with a large database, dedicated to extrasolar planets.
STARS: Created by Jim Kaler, Prof. Emeritus of Astronomy, University of Illinois. This web site has covers more than detailed information about more than 380!
Astronomy Links: This is a site with a huge collection of astronomy links.
Night Sky info: Weekly news about the night sky and articles on selected astronomical topics.

Space Art

Gavin Mundy: Gavin Mundy works with traditional media and his space art shows an impressive skillset.
Walter Myers: Walter has portrayed the planets in the solar system as well as extra solar planets.
Julie Rodriguez Offers astronomical prints on her web site.
David Robinson: David Robinson is an excellent 3D modeller of spaceships.
Brian Christensen: A blog featuring his artwork.


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