The mission of
is to provide an index of the best astronomy and space
related web sites found around the world on the Internet.
The goals of this web site are to:
...provide users with excellent links to astronomy
and space related web sites.
...keep the headlines updated frequently.
...make the site is reasonably cross-platform compatible.
...ensure reasonable cross-browser compatibility,
especially in NS, IE and Opera.
...keep the site viewable for at least 800x600 screen
resolution, with no horizontal scroll bar at 640x480.
...make the site FAST loading with a low graphic load
is for each page to be around 50k or less in total
...keep it visually pleasing; both men and women should
...make it easy to navigate.
This site was tested and found to render acceptably
in Netscape 6.0, Mozilla 1.0 and Internet Explorer
5.x+, and on both Macintosh and Windows based computers.
If any of these goals were not met, please
and let us know how we can improve your experience
with this web site.
This web site is a service of the
@stro pages, a web site specializing in amateur
astronomy. It is run by Roger
Herzler and you can see more about him at the @stro
pages web site
sprung up as a result of the links page on the
@stro pages simply becoming too huge. A re-design
was considered when that page got too big, but then
it was then realized that page could spin-off into the
web site that you're visiting now.
Please feel free to e-mail us at
or fill out our feedback form
and let us know what's on your mind.
We've only submitted
for one award, and it is our pleasure to announce that we won that award for the week of Sept. 22, 2002:
We've also been honored with the following awards:
NJ Night Sky Site of the Month