These are some of our favorite websites:
- Jet Propulsion Laboratory's space calendar for those interested in tracking astronomical events like eclipses, meteor showers, comet apparitions, planetary conjunctions, etc. through out the year, and much, much more.
- Astronomy Picture of the Day: Each day a different image or photograph of our Universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
- Detroit Clear Sky Chart: The astronomer's forecast - this handy chart lets you know how likely clear, dark skies are over the next 44 hours.
- The Astronomy Society of the Pacific Over one hundred years old, The Astronomy Society of the Pacific is a collaboration of amateur and professional astronomers, dedicated to increasing the understanding and appreciation of astronomy.
- The American Astronomical Society The organization for professional astronomers in the United States. The goal of the Society is to 'enhance and share humanity's scientific understanding of the Universe.'
- The Astronomy Center Part of the ComPadre project, the Astronomy Center has resources for both students and instructors, as well as information on the latest research in astronomy education.