The emphasis is on education for enthusiasts of all ages, providing educational shows, presentations and scientific exhibits that correlate with K-12 Next-Generation Science Standards.
Using information gathered from Wikipedia, the SVAS details the differences between reflecting, refracting, and catadioptric telescopes.
The Astronomical Society of Nevada is a non-profit service organization introducing the pubic to astronomy. Read about the free programs the ASN supports...
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Packed with information, the magazine and website focus on amateur and professional interests in astronomy.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce), maintains extensive dashboards for satellite and space weather enthusiasts.
Clear Sky Charts are created by Attilla Danko at cleardarksky.com, using data produced by the Canadian Meteorological Center. CMC's numerical weather forecasts are unique because they are specifically designed for astronomers.