Want to know how the Sun appears at this moment through a telescope? Check out the current solar images assembled by NASA.
USNO Master Clock.
A map of the Earth showing the day and night regions at this moment, at John Walker's Earth and Moon Viewer website.
Links to weather information can be found on the FSU Observatory Webpage.
What might be interesting to observe right now?
Here is current observing information from Sky and Telescope Magazine.
Satellite information for observers at or near Fayetteville State University from Heavens-Above.com (if you will view a satellite more than 50 miles from Fayetteville, data for the position of FSU will not be accurate; for Iridium flare magnitudes, 5 mile precision is required).
Here is the link to day time Iridium flares seen from FSU.
Here is the link to night time Iridium flares seen from FSU.
Information about Meteors and Meteorites:
Meteor shower information.
Meteorites and their Properties, an on-line book by David A. Kring
Langheinrich Educational Meteoritics (nice photos, also meteorites for sale)
Information about the Planets:
The Eight Planets Solar System Tour from the Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS).
JPL's Solar Sysytem Ephemeris Generator.
More Information for Amateur Astronomers:
National Deep Sky Observers Society
The International Occultation Timing Association HomePage.
Multiwavelength Messier Museum (from the SIRTF project)
The Messier Object Index for the Messier Catalog from Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS)
Also from SEDS, The Interactive NGC Catalog Online
The Constellation Table at Richard Dibon-Smith's Constellation Website.
Satellite monitoring of the artificial night sky brightness.
Santa Barbara Instrument Group
Automated Telescopes on the Internet
CONtinuous CAMera (CONCAM) Network
Bradford Remotely Operated Telescope
University of Iowa Automated Telescope Facility
National Radio Astronomy Observatories (NRAO)
WWW.LIGO.CALTECH.EDU HOME PAGE
JPL SPACE VERY LONG BASELINE INTERFEROMETRY PROJECT
NASA Educational Resources
NASA Space Flight
Amazing Space from STScI
Cosmic Distance Scales
NASA Education Resource Directory.
Education Group at NASA Space Science
Astronomy Picture of the Day
NASA CORE, your resource for multimedia materials for the classroom
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