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Telescope Town is a resource website from Woodland Hills Camera and Telescopes.net. Telescope Town is developed by Woodland Hills Hosting Grant Program to create a central repository for astronomy websites. Here are some astronomy websites we hope you find useful.

Some of our favorite sites and fellow affiliates from the Woodland Hills Hosting Grant Program...
planet-saturn.info

This is a website about the Planet Saturn.

planeturanus.info

The website is about the Planet Uranus.

planet-uranus.com

The Uranus was the first planet discovered in modern (non-classical) times by Sir William Herschel on March 13, 1781.

planet-uranus.info

This website has all kinds of useful and interesting data on the gas-giant planet, Uranus.

deepspaceimages.org

A website about Astrophotography.

theastroreview.com

The Astro Review reviews and previews astronomy books and products.

avicafrica.com

"Aid Village Children Africa" is a charity to assist village children of Africa including an AIDS Orphanage, Kindergarten and school.

planetneptune.org

Named after the Roman god of the sea, Neptune is a gas giant which is visable to telescopic viewing. The existence of Neptune was mathmatically predicted by Urban Le Verrier in 1846 and was discovered on September 23, 1846 by James Challis with 1 of the position predicted by Le Verrier.

ringplanet.net

Saturn is named after the Roman god Saturn (father of Zeus). Saturn is one of the most magnificient planetary views in the sky. Saturn is a gas giant with a ring of moonlettes which is easily visable to binoculars or telescopic viewing. The Rings of Saturn were first observed by Galileo Galilei with his telescope in 1610.

planet-mars.info

Named after the Roman god of war, Mars, is the fourth planet from the Sun and the first of the outter planets. This site is full of interest information about the planet Mars.

planeturanus.net

Named after the Greek god of the sky, Uranus is a gas giant which is visable to telescopic viewing. The Uranus was the first planet discovered in modern (non-classical) times by Sir William Herschel on March 13, 1781. It is also the first planet discover with a telescope as opposed to the naked eye.

astroplanet.info

This is the blog version of AstroPlanet website.

ringplanet.info

This website is about the planet Saturn. Saturn is one of the most magnificient planetary views in the sky. Saturn is a gas giant with a ring of moonlettes which is easily visable to binoculars or telescopic viewing.

warplanet.info

Mars is named after the Roman god of war. This site is full of interest information about the planet Mars.

telescopescience.com

Telescope Science is a website that describes various aspects of optical systems, including formulas and calculators to measure telescopes.

planet-jupiter.info

Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system. Jupiter and its moons is one of the most interesting planetary views in the sky. Jupiter's moons were first reported by Galileo Galilei with his telescope in 1610. Named after the Roman king of the gods, Jupiter is a gas giant which is easily visable to binoculars or telescopic viewing.

planet-neptune.net

Learn about the Planet Neptune at The Planet Neptune website.

bargaintelescopes.net

Explore entry level astronomy at Bargain Telescopes.

astroplanet.org

The original AstroPlanet website highlights astronomical and historical events for the month.

telescopedomain.com

The Telescope Domain is a series of articles about telescopes and purchasing telescopes.

planet-saturn.net

First observed by Galileo Galilei with his telescope in 1610, the rings of Saturn is one of the most magnificient planetary views in the Sky.

telescopetown.net

Telescope Town is a resource website from Woodland Hills Camera and Telescopes.net. Telescope Town is developed by Woodland Hills Hosting Grant Program to create a central repository for astronomy websites.

planet-venus.info

Named for the goddess of love, Venus is frequently placed as the morning or evening star. This hot twin of Earth is the second planet from the Sun.

planet-Jupiter.net

Named after the Roman king of the gods, Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system. Jupiter and its moons is one of the most interesting planetary views in the sky. Jupiter is a gas giant which is easily visable to binoculars or telescopic viewing. The Moons of Jupiter were first reported by Galileo Galilei with his telescope in 1610.

lunarology.com

The Lunarology site is a collection of interesting information on our moon, Luna. From decriptions of phases, to folk name of seasonal full moons, to the definitions and history of Blue Moons.

solartelescope.net

The Solar Telescope website is a series of articles discussing methods on observing the Sun.

astronomyworld.net

Astronomy World is a summary of upcoming Lunar, Solar and Planetary events of interest to observational astronomers.

planet-mercury.info

Mecury is the first planet in our solar system. Named for the messenger god, Mercury is sometimes placed as the morning or evening star.

planet-pluto.info

This website is about The Planet/Sometimes-Kuiper-Belt-Object, Pluto. (As of August 24, 2004 Pluto was demoted from a planet to a "dwarf planet" or "pluton" or "Trans-Neptonian Object" by the IAU.)

lunagraphia.com

Explore the Moon with Lunagraphia. Learn about lunar phases and monthly cycles. Site includes lunar media glossary.

starsandscopes.net

The Stars & Scopes Glossary is a astronomical, optical glossary gleened from various source on the web.

planetpluto.info

Pluto is usually the ninth planet from the Sun although it is sometimes 8th when Pluto moves within Neptune's orbit. Pluto's diameter is 2,300 km and takes 249 years to orbit the Sun. Pluto is named after the Roman god of the underworld. Pluto was discovered on February 18, 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh.

planet-mars.net

This site is dedicated to the study of Mars. Learn about the Martian Moons, Phobe & Deimos. Learn about Martian Oppositions. Site includes a glossary of Martian & astronomical terms.

startoursunlimited.com

See the universe live on television! Now giving private tours of the universe with one of the best telescope collections in California. Specializing in star parties for groups, schools, universities, and private parties. Eyepiece views through a 28" telescope, and television views through a variety of computerized telescopes, will provide views equal to some professional observatories. Will come to your location or take you to a dark-sky site. Show your friends and family the wonders of the universe! Located in Southern California.

planetneptune.info

The website is about the Planet Neptune.

planet-venus.net

This website is about the Planet Venus. Venus is the second planet in our solar system. Named for the goddess of love, Venus is frequently placed as the morning or evening star.

planetjupiter.info

Jupiter and its moons is one of the most interesting planetary views in the sky. Jupiter is a gas giant which is easily visable to binoculars or telescopic viewing. The Moons of Jupiter were first reported by Galileo Galilei with his telescope in 1610. Jupiter is named after the Roman king of the gods, Jupiter (Zeus).

etxtelescopes.com

Explore the Meade ETX product line at the ETX Telescope site.

birdsofgujarat.net

The Birds of Gujarat web site is dedicated to Gujarat, one of India's most prolific birding areas.

planet-uranus.net

Learn about the Planet uranus from The Planet Uranus website.

planet-neptune.com

The gas giant Neptune was the first planet whose existence was mathmatically predicted . The website has many interesting facts about Neptune.

planet-neptune.info

The website has all kinds of useful data on the gas giant planet Neptune and its moons.

scopepros.net

Explore Astrophotography with Mark's ScopePros Website.

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