Webics Pty Ltd – http://www.webics.com.au/ –
This is the company that designed and set up our website.
Webics is an Australian Search Engine Marketing agency providing effective online marketing solutions designed to promote and develop online exposure for businesses through various online marketing strategies.
Australian Astronomy – http://www.astronomy.org.au/ –
Australian Astronomy is an official website of the Astronomical Society of Australia featuring extensive links to astronomical research, teaching, and public education facilities and activities in Australia.
The Astronomical Society of New South Wales Incorporated – http://www.asnsw.com/ –
The Astronomical Society of NSW exists to bring together people interested in Astronomy and related sciences, and to promote public interest and education in Astronomy. The ASNSW provides members and the general public access to Astronomical observing facilities, educational lectures, and assistance in selecting, using and even building telescopes and related instruments.
Sutherland Astronomical Society Inc. – http://sasi.net.au/ – Green Point Observatory is open for meetings every Thursday evening commencing at 8pm. Visitors are welcome to attend Guest Speaker Talks and SASI workshops. The Observatory is located at the bottom of a reserve off Green Point Road, Oyster Bay NSW. Follow the path for 100 metres.
Canberra Astronomical Society – http://www.mso.anu.edu.au/cas/index.shtml –
The Canberra Astronomical Society Inc. (CAS) was established in 1969 to serve the needs of amateur astronomers within the Australian Capital Territory and surrounding regions. The Society has amongst its membership a wide variety of skills and interests, catering for the beginner and advanced astronomer alike.
Illawarra Astronomical Society – http://www.mso.anu.edu.au/cas/index.shtml – The IAS is a group of amateur astronomers who meet on the second Tuesday of each month (except January) at the Wollongong Science Centre and Planetarium, Squires Way, Fairy Meadow (see map below). Meetings start at 7.30pm . We welcome all newcomers who are interested in learning more about astronomy and joining in our regular activities.
Astronomy Photo of the day – http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ –
Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
Hubble Site – http://hubblesite.org/ – Spectacular pictures of stars, galaxies, nebulae and more. Catch the best of Hubble’s extensive portfolio.
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory – http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/ – JPL has 20 spacecraft and 10 instruments conducting active missions. All of these are important parts of NASA’s program of exploration of Earth, the solar system and the universe beyond. These ventures would not be possible without NASA’s Deep Space Network managed by JPL.
Quasar Publishing – http://www.quasarastronomy.com.au/default.htm –
Quasar Publishing consists of the three authors of the yearbooks, ie. Glenn Dawes, Peter Northfield and Ken Wallace (Glenn and Ken in Sydney and Peter, in more recent years, based in Echuca, Vic). Prior to this venture we had no experience with self-publishing (also, during this experience we are pleased we still have our full time day jobs!). Our backgrounds stem from a long love affair with the night sky dating back to the 70’s, 60’s… (Well as long as we remember)
Binocular and Telescope Shop – www.bintel.com.au –
The Binocular and Telescope Shop is a retail and on-line store specializing in high quality binoculars, telescopes and astronomy accessories in Australia. You can buy telescopes from simple refractors to advanced Cassegrain models or buy binoculars for bird watching, sports watching, astronomy, sailing and travel. Astro-imaging cameras and filters are also stocked. We also have the full range of TeleVue eyepieces, Astronomik filters, Meade and Celestron telescopes. Buy spotting scopes for wildlife and birding from our wide range of quality models. Our trained staff in Sydney and Melbourne can assist you to buy the best telescope Australia for you or the most suitable binoculars Australia for your purpose.
Telescope Planet – www.telescopeplanet.co.uk/ –
Telescopes and countless accessories such as eyepieces are available at telescopeplanet.co.uk! Have you always wanted to look at the moon, planets and nebulae? Then buy a telescope at our safe and secure website. Telescopes come in many shapes and sizes. For the absolute beginner we recommend a children’s telescope. More advanced astronomers are better off with Bresser telescopes or Celestron telescopes. Do you consider yourself a professional astronomer? Then you may consider purchasing a Meade telescope. Meade telescopes are generally fully automatic and sometimes equipped with GPS. When you need help or don’t know which telescope is suitable for you, please do not hesitate to contact us. Alternatively, you may want to read the featured article about purchasing a telescope first.