Information on the Deep-Sky
- Hubble Space Telescope
- Galaxy Map
- Galaxy Log on YouTube
- Observing Arp Galaxies
- Deckard Galaxies Catalogue for Astro Imagers
- Catalogues and Visual Observations of Deep-Sky Objects - Wolfgang Steinicke
- USNO Double Stars and Astrometric Catalogues
- NGC/IC Project Home Page
- Planetary Nebula Sampler
- Canadian Astronomy Data Centre
- Centre de Données astronomiques de Strasbourg (CDS Strasbourg)
- SkyView Virtual Observatory
- CCD Images of Galaxies
- Minnesota Automated Plate Scanner
- The Double Star Library
- Stelle Doppie
- The MDW Hydrogen-Alpha Sky Survey is an ongoing project to create a deep, high-resolution, H-alpha image of the entire night sky.
- Freunde der Nacht have some nice downloadable guides including BAfK - Observer Atlas for short decision makers
- Galaxy Map information on the Sharpless Catalogue
- The Best of the Sharpless Catalogue: a gallery designed to help you find the Sharpless objects you are interested in.
- Back River Observatory Database and Deep Space CCD Atlases
- DeepskyLog is a repository of observations close collaboration with the Astronomical Society of Belgium. It seems to be becoming more popular.
- Deep Sky Corner has information on more than 412 selected deep-sky objects. This includes background information, finder charts, visual descriptions, photos and sketches.
- deepsky-visuell.de by Uwe Glahn
- Alvin Huey's FaintFuzzies.com
- Reiner Vogel's Telescope Making and Deep Sky
- Galaxy Photography
- Star Splitters with John Nanson and Greg Stone
- Bertand Laville’s drawings and observations. He now has the option to translate into other languages, just in case you don't speak French.
Astronomical Societies and Organisations
Outreach and Speakers
- Astrospeakers: linking professionals and amateurs giving talks on astronomy and space topics with astronomical societies and others.
- Go Stargazing is formed of a close-knit group of astronomers, all of whom are keen to encourage public interest in astronomy to as wide an audience as possible. They also have lists of events and places to go observing.
Journals and Alerts