One of the largest amateur astronomy organization in the world. Vested in encouraging an interest in astronomy, excellent source for Astronomy information, news and various resources.
One of the worlds leading innovators and telescope brands, Celestron provides a large selection of telescopes, Sport Optics and Science Optics.
A Not-For Profit organization, Exploration place is an amazing journey through science. With several science related programs and education opportunities, they aim to educate the general public about any and all things relating to science.
A set of dynamic Web pages which generate predictions of visible satellite passes for any point on the Earth’s surface.
One of the top space and astronomy museums in the country, the Kansas Cosmosphere has been educating the public about space for 50 years. They have an excellent museum dedicated to space flight, an IMAX theater and Dr. Goddard’s lab.
The Public Observatory located near Lake Afton is a great destination for stargazers old and young. Throughout the year the observatory hosts programs aimed at enlightening the public about the night sky and the wonders above.
Known for ground-breaking innovation in Optics, Meade produces a wide range of Telescopes, Solar Telescopes and other Optics.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, United States government agency responsible for science and technology related to air and space. Agency that put Man on the Moon, and governed the now retired Space Shuttle Program and much more.
This is a website for educators, kids, and adults alike. It has games, activities, animations, and amazing facts.
A nationwide coalition of amateur astronomy clubs bringing the science, technology, and inspiration of NASA’s missions to the general public.
The 88 Constellations and their Brightest Stars
Considered to be the #1 source for all news relating to astronomy, skywatching, space exploration, commercial spaceflight and related technologies. This is a one stop shop for anything space related.
The purpose of the American Astronomical Society's WorldWide Telescope project is to enable the seamless visualization and sharing of scientific data and stories from major telescopes, observatories, and institutions among students and researchers, through science museums and full-dome immersive planetariums, and in scholarly publications.