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|Sky & Telescope||Sights for the week selected by Sky & Tel magazine.|
|Heavens-Above||(GSOC) Artificial satellite visibility predictions.|
|What's Up NASA JPL Video
||A two-minute video guide tells you where to look and what to see in the sky each month. This service is provided by JPL Education Gateway.|
|SpaceWeather.com||Science news and information about the Sun-Earth environment. Includes daily images and reports of solar activity.|
|Space.com||Current Moon phase and planet info.|
|The Weather Channel||Weather forecast for Cranford area.|
|Sperry Observatory Light Pollution Map||Attilla Danko of cleardarksky.com presents a light pollution map for Sperry Observatory.|
|Maintained by Ray Shapp
Page last updated 01/03/2011