Links

  • NUS Astronomical Society Facebook page
  • Astronomy Groups in Singapore

    1. Singastro
      Singastro is a free community where astronomy amateurs come together and discuss astronomy-related topics. They also hold frequent observation sessions that are free for the public to join.
    2. McGill Commercial House
      A quality telescope/binocular dealer in Singapore for William Optics, Sky-Watcher, Vixen, Fujinon and an importer of Russian professional telescopes
    3. The Astronomical Society of Singapore
      TASOS is the largest astronomical organisation in Singapore with over 200 members plus affiliation with a dozen of schools and institutions all over the country.

    Other links

    1. Astromart
      World’s largest Astronomy Classifieds. Telescopes, mounts, eyepieces, filters, telescope making and more.
    2. ASTRONOMY MAGAZINE
      Contains almanac of current sky happenings, calendar of star parties, directories of planetariums and clubs, guides to buying telescopes and binoculars, reviews of telescopes, beginner’s guides, lists of astronomical vendors, articles from ASTRONOMY Magazine, and an index of recent issues.
    3. Earthstar Continuum
      A webpage done by fellow NUSAS member Lin. Information on cameras, dark skies, expeditions and YMCK.
    4. MNS Selangor Astronomy Group Online
      The Astronomy Interest Group studies all of nature beyond the realm of our home planet Earth. The skills learnt and mastered can be applied to safeguard nature on our own planet.
    5. SETI@home
      SETI@home is an innovative screensaver program that will combine the power of the internet with the computing power of hundreds of thousands of home and office computers around the world to help the search for radio signals from an extraterrestrial civilization.
    6. Sky and Telescope Online
      The online version of the popular Sky and Telescope Magazine.
    7. STScI/HST Public Information
      Links to information regarding the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and the Space Telescope Science Institute (ST ScI).
    8. The Astronomy Magazine
      A magazine for active amateur astronomers.
    9. Universe Today
      Space exploration news brought to you from around the Internet, updated every weekday.