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There are various technological advancements happening today, space is not left out and one way to keep posted with all the happenings up there is through the internet. Read on for a list of top websites and blogs that are dedicated to astronomy.

www.kidsastronomy.com

Kidsastronomy.com is a website dedicated to the young astronauts; it has rich resources to add fun to the learning process. Learners are impacted with vital knowledge regarding the world and the solar system. It’s easy to navigate and the rich information can also be valuable to adults too.

www.universetoday.com

Universe today is an interactive website which carries the latest astronomical news and events. If you want to catch all the happenings in space today and any other time, this should be your site. You can get a wide source of articles written by different bloggers on space here, through its ‘Carnival of Space’ feature. It’s a great site for all astronomical enthusiasts of all levels.

www.space.com

Space.com is a resourceful website for astronauts which features news on sky watching, commercial spaceflight, astronomy, space exploration and related articles. With its nice spacey feel you are sure to like the way space missions, discoveries, trends, and ideas are covered in this one of its kind website. It was launched in 1999 and continues to trend as a leading website in all matters space.

www.nasa.gov

NASA’s website would probably settle as the greatest authority in this field, it has very rich resources both for amateurs and professional. You’ll love the ‘Image of the Day’ feature and NASA TV among other features on this site. As an enthusiast, you can’t keep your tabs off this site.

www.armaghplanet.com/blog

Armaghplanet website is maintained by Armagh Planetarium and publishes the latest news in astronomy and space exploration. There are articles and blogs with the task of coming up with the two being well cut out, the staff writes the articles while Colin Johnson, the Science Communicator at the Planetarium writes the blogs. There are six categories of articles; Our Galaxy, Space Flight, Weird and Fun, Monthly Sky Notes and the Solar System. It’s an interactive website with insightful resources for stargazers.

This list might not be exhaustive, as more sites are coming up by day and also the available sites continue to scale their content in order to feature high in astronomical circles. So the list of websites dedicated to astronomical continues to grow, here is another list of websites as compiled by Astronomytrek.com

Deepsky
Deepsky

From Isaac Newton to Nicolas Copernicus to Galileo, I have tried to feed my love for the skies by reading the life stories of this great men and women. But the more I opened pages the more I found I wanted to know more – and more I read, libraries I visited, journals, the internet and wherever until I came to the end of the road.

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