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Cosmicdust - Celestial events for the current month.
Current Sky Watches - Know what to watch for in the night sky. Are there any comets or meteor showers? Find out here. - What's Up Tonight - Online observing list tool. Enter your location, and obtain lists of various types of objects observable this evening.
Monthly Northern Sky Highlights - from Sky and Telescope magazine.
Monthly Observing Notes - from The Salopian Web.
Monthly Southern Sky Highlights - from Sky and Telescope magazine.
Moonstick Information Site - describes a slide rule moon phase calendar and provides other methods of computing astronomical information.
Night Skies - Calendar of astronomical events.
Phase of the Moon - Calendar showing the phase of the moon for this month or a month/year of your choice. Prints very nice too.
Que tal in the Current Skies - An Earth/Space Science newsletter written with the casual 'backyard' observer in mind. Newsletter contains information about lunar and planet positions for viewing; the sun's position along the ecliptic; and other current sky information.
SkyWatch - Your Astronomical Alarm Clock - Sends its subscribers a daily email on astronomical events such as satellite passes and meteor showers that can be observed from their location.
Stig's Sky Calendar - Explore the yearly dance of the Sun, Moon and planets in this interactive solar system calendar. The calendar also displays astronomy and space related events and if you want more information on these events it will take you to web sites where more in depth articles can be found. It also includes a planisphere and much more.
The Natural Year Circular Almanac - A chart graphically displaying sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset, moon phase, tides, high and low temperature, other weather data, stars, and planets in a circular format that highlights patterns and cycles.
What's Up in the Sky - from Sky and Telescope magazine.
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