Here are some of my favorite links
University of Washington Campus Observatory
- Open the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month (except holidays)
1.8m Plaskett Telescope in Victoria BC
- The Centre of the Universe is the new interpretive centre at the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory in Victoria, BC, Canada
Denver University Campus Observatory
- University of Denver's Historic Chamberlin Observatory, along with its prized 1894 Alvan Clark 20-inch refracting telescope
Hubble Space Telescope
- Hubble Space Telescope's images of Mars (a little better than mine)!
- Here is the page that inspired me to try digital imaging with a quick cam.
Ian's Astrophotography Page
- Another page that helped me learn about digital imaging.
Jason Ware's site
- The king of amature astrophotography, Check out his breathtaking 16" SCT and 6" refractor images!
Seattle Astronomical Society
- Q. How can you tell a Seattle Astronomer? A. Windshield wipers on their telescope!
M2K4: Roaming the Red Planet
- NASA's Mars Rover site
JPL: Night Sky Network
- US Map with participating Astronomy Groups
Lunar Calendar from 1951-2015
- Great Tool to Plan Viewing Dates
Atlas of the Universe
- Yes, this site contains an atlas of the known universe!
The Apollo Landing Sites
- Very cool photographs of the Apollo landing sites
Digital Lunar Orbiter Photographic Atlas of the Moon
- Comprehensive set of Lunar images
The Messier Catalog
- Charles Messier compiled a list of 103 diffuse objects that were difficult to distinguish from comets through the telescopes of the day.
Mars Exploration Rover 2003 Landing Sites
- Also contains atlas of Mars
Weaser's Mighty ETX Site
- The ETX Master
The Astronomical Journal
- This is the "astronomy" magazine for the professionals.