This is the page where you can find anything you can need to look at the sky, from star charts, to a guide to collimate a newtonian telescope. We will try to bring the more easy and practical information, and we are working hard to find the best links, videos and articles.
The Sourcebook for Teaching Science – Strategies, Activities, and Instructional Resources (astronomy resources on line): Page full of importanty links that provides new and experienced teachers a wealth of teaching strategies, resources, lessons, activities, and ideas to enhance the teaching and learning of physics, chemistry, biology, and the earth and space sciences. It’s designed to complement any secondary school science curriculum.
The Mag-7 Star Atlas Project: This project is an attempt to produce a free, downloadable set of high-quality star charts, capable of being printed at reasonable resolutions on the average home printer.
Deep-Sky Hunter Star Atlas: is a printable deep sky atlas designed for serious deep sky observers. It features stars down to magnitude 10.2 and DSO down to magnitude 14 plotted on 101 A3 charts which cover the entire sky. The atlas also features 21 supplement “zoom” charts of galaxy clusters and densely populated areas, and indications of over 500 “best” objects.
The Triatlas app: (for IOS devices) contains the most detailed, speedy star chart available for smartphones and tablets, stars up to mag 12.6,galaxies up to mag 15.5 (PGC), 37000 in total. 1200 planetary nebulae.
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|Polar Alignment of your Equatorial Mount||Quick & Easy Polar Alignment – Free|
|Simple Polar Alignment for Beginners||Polar Aligning|
|How to Align Your Newtonian Reflector Telescope||A Beginner’s Guide to Collimation|
|Telescope Collimation for Complete Beginners|
|Astronomical Catalogs: A guide to know all of them||Astronomical Catalogue Designations|
|Data and Software Archives & Catalogs||Tools Reference Data System|