This section is currently under construction. Please bear with me whilst I organise my favourite astronomy links for publication.


Celestron (US)

David Hinds (UK Celestron distributors)

Sherwoods (Studley, Warwickshire)


Starry Night by Simulation Curriculum – this is what I use on my PC.  Review to follow…

SkySafari – by Simulation Curriculum. Download from PlayStore or Apple Store.  I use the Android version on my Ageing Samsung Tab S and it’s fairly fast and responsive.  Review to follow…


Sea & Sky Astronomy Reference Guide – full & new moons; solar & lunar eclipses; planetary and solar events; conjunctions; meteors, comets & asteroids; and other astronomy & spacecraft events.

Calendar of Cosmic Events ( – astronomical events like equinoxes, solstices, meteor showers, eclipses, supermoons, etc.

Wikipedia’s List of future astronomical events – major astronomical events for the next 600 million years.  Yes, honestly!

What are meteors?  NASA and Wikipedia explain.

Meteor shower guide (Royal Observatory Greenwich)

Meteor shower calendar (American Meteor Society)

What are comets? NASA and Wikipedia explain.

What are asteroids? NASA and Wikipedia explain.


Mount Tuffley Observatory (Gloucester, UK)

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