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Deep Sky Database Deep Sky Database popular link
Description: An online resource for building customized observing lists based on a database with over 10,000 deep sky objects.
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Record Last Updated: 2-Oct-2000 | Clicks: 7041

 

Planetary Nebulae Observer's Home Page Planetary Nebulae Observer's Home Page popular link
Description: A lot of information on planetary nebulae, some of the most beautiful deep-sky objects.
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Record Last Updated: 31-May-2000 | Clicks: 6581

 

Deep Sky Collections and Catalogs Deep Sky Collections and Catalogs
Description: Historically important Deep Sky Catalogs and Lists.

Record Last Updated: 31-May-2000 | Clicks: 4973

 

I See Planetaries I See Planetaries
Description: An in depth look at the world of planetary nebula from an advanced observer's standpoint. Many obscure observing projects for your enjoyment! (Ed. note: Has music that starts automatically.)

Record Last Updated: 27-Jun-2002 | Clicks: 4265

 

Observatorium: Starbirth Observatorium: Starbirth
Description: An example of celestial violence and change is the birth of stars. Stars are born in interstellar clouds, which are enormous complexes of gas and dust that exist in galaxies like the Milky Way. Learn about their creation and their demise.

Record Last Updated: 12-Feb-2001 | Clicks: 3810

 

The Webb Society The Webb Society
Description: International organization for deep-sky observers; observation handbooks, publications; member home pages, links.

Record Last Updated: 6-Feb-2001 | Clicks: 3680

 

Visual Deep-Sky Astronomy Site Visual Deep-Sky Astronomy Site
Description: Observing the Deepsky through a 6" Newton-telescope with nothing else than naked eye. Sketches, observing reports, techniques, tutorials.

Record Last Updated: 1-Aug-2000 | Clicks: 4834

 

Volume Visualization of the Orion Nebula Volume Visualization of the Orion Nebula
Description: Computer graphics experts, astrophysicists and artists worked together to produce a 3D model of the Orion Nebula. This model enables us to fly in and around the nebula, seeing it from the vantage point of a virtual spacecraft. The video is available in Quicktime or MPEG.
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Record Last Updated: 19-Mar-2001 | Clicks: 4191

 

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