ASTRONOMY PICTURE OF THE DAY https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/archivepix.htm.
Telescopius https://telescopius.com/deep-sky/search. Target planning made easy. Nebula; clusters etc. Astrophotography targets. Simulate views with your own scope!
Clear Sky Clock Homepage
Find out if tonight’s the night. Plug in your latitude and longitude and see if you’ll be bust’in out the binoculars or the telescope. Note: For Newmarket put in Latitude N 44 02 and Longitude W 77 30.
Messier Catalog of Deep Sky objects http://www.seasky.org/astronomy/astronomy-messier.html
Canada’s magazine of astronomy and stargazing.
News and information about the Sun-Earth environment. Subscribe for aurora alerts!
Canada-wide Astronomy Buy & Sell
Canada’s Trading Post for New & Used Telescopes and Accessories
Placing ads is always free for individuals – This web page averages 300+ hits per day!
Sky and Telescope
Sky & Telescope captures the essence of astronomy like no other publication in the world. Written by renowned astronomers and science writers from every continent, it’s an essential resource for stargazers of all levels, from novices learning the constellations to veteran telescope makers and astrophotographers.
Launched in 1999 and recently redesigned, SPACE.com is the world’s premier space web site, offering rich and compelling original content about space, science, and space technology that is as educational as it is entertaining.
Steve Arnold a member of YSAA. This is his own website…..This “back deck observatory” is located near the shores of Lake Simcoe, in Ontario Canada. On this website, you’ll find tips, ideas, data, and information from my ongoing saga in amateur astronomy.
Night Sky Observer
Astronomy and Space News from around the world.
Neat info on space events through the year
Cloudy Nights Reviews of Star Parties. https://www.cloudynights.com/forum/94-astronomy-clubs-and-star-parties
https://pixsilver.com/Sky_School/ Member Dave Kempton has created a collection of articles about the constellations
Night Sky Gazing
Night Sky Gazing website https://nightskygazing.com/ helps people to get into amateur astronomy. It describes easy targets for observations, explains telescope types and characteristics, and helps to make first steps in astrophotography.