Links

The Links page has been categorised for ease of use. We have tried to cover as much as we can in as little space as possible! Feel free to leave a comment and recommend a link.

Agencies

ESA
HomepageOfficial ESA website
Media Corner Media corner for professionals

NASA
Homepage
– Official NASA website
List of missions
– Get the latest updates on NASA missions
Multimedia – Images, videos and interactive features

CNSA – China National Space Administration
JAXA – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
ROSCOSMOS – The Russian Federal Space Agency
UK Space Agency – Official UK Space Agency website

Earth observatories

ESO VLT – Flagship Very Large Telescope facility at the Paranal Observatory
UKIRT – United Kingdom Infrared Telescope dedicated to infrared astronomy

Space telescopes

Chandra – Opening a window for the most detailed X-ray view of the universe
Herschel – ESA Herschel Space Observatory homepage
Hubble
– Out of the ordinary… out of this world
JWST – James Webb Space Telescope – successor to Hubble and Spitzer
Kepler
– A search for habitable planets
Planck – designed by ESA to observe the entire sky
Spitzer – General info, articles, downloads, equipment, news and links
WISE – NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer

Recommended

Astronomy.com – Website for the magazine
Astronomy.co.uk – Astronomy news UK
Bad Astronomer
– Bad Astronomy blog page
EarthSky – A Clear Voice for Science
National Geographic– Space homepage
Science Daily – Astronomy news
Sky and Telescope – Astrophotography magazine
Space.com
– NASA information and news
The Sky at Night – Officially the longest running TV show in the world

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