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ASTRO E-mail List ASTRO E-mail List
Description: An excellent e-mail discussion list for astronomy. To subscribe e-mail the list owner, Dr. Paul Rybski, and request subscription. They don't have a web site as yet.

Record Last Updated: 31-May-2000 | Clicks: 1661

 

Astronomy Connection-South Astronomy Connection-South
Description: TAC-South is a group of San Diego and southern California area astronomy enthusiasts. The e-mail list exists to schedule observing sessions, exchange ideas, discuss equipment, and relish in our hobby. Our main focus is OBSERVING -- and getting out to dark sites.

Record Last Updated: 9-Mar-2001 | Clicks: 1529

 

Explore Space Yahoo Group Explore Space Yahoo Group
Description: A new group for sharing info and images. (Ed. Note: Yahoo Groups membership required to participate in e-mail activity.)

Record Last Updated: 16-Jun-2003 | Clicks: 1349

 

MakScopes E-mail Discussion List MakScopes E-mail Discussion List
Description: Dedicated to discussing Maksutov telescopes.

Record Last Updated: 07-Jul-2000 | Clicks: 1582

 

NetAstroCatalog NetAstroCatalog
Description: A mailing list for "deep sky" observers of all levels. The Internet Amateur Astronomers Catalog (IAAC or 'netastrocatalog' for short) is a forum for amateur astronomers at all levels to share their observations of Deep-Sky objects.

Record Last Updated: 31-May-2000 | Clicks: 1653

 

observer's log observer's log
Description: e-mail list for all things astronomy for all levels of experience.

Record Last Updated: 25-Jul-2000 | Clicks: 4907

 

Solar Observers Solar Observers
Description: The Solar Observers group has been established to give amateur and professional solar observers, or those interested in learning more about our sun and solar observing, the opportunity to discuss the equipment and techniques used in observing, imaging or monitoring the sun.

Record Last Updated: 9-Mar-2001 | Clicks: 1517

 

Solar-ALPO Solar-ALPO
Description: The ALPO Solar Section has an email list called Solar-ALPO This list is for the rapid disemination of activity alerts, observing tips, observing directions and requests from professional researchers, comparison of observing techniques and for the advertising of items of solar and astronomical interest that you might have for sale.

Record Last Updated: 12-Feb-2003 | Clicks: 1531

 

Telescopes Discussion Board Telescopes Discussion Board
Description: A group devoted to the discussion of astronomical equipment, including telescopes, binoculars, eyepieces, books and star atlases, software, and more.

Record Last Updated: 24-Feb-2001 | Clicks: 1600

 

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