"Dedicated to the Understanding and Knowledge of the Heavens God Made for Us to Observe!"
this Clear Sky Clock is provide by http://cleardarksky.com, thanks Attilla Danko
New Star Map Click this link
New FOX 35 Brevard County Radar for about the Last 45mins.
NASA has a new program "Space Place"
NASA’s Space Place Astronomy Club Partner Program Overview
Personal Web Pages of Club Members
Star Fields Observatory
Star Trails Observatory
Wyck's 24" Truss Dob F 4.1
Astrophotography Star Party Etiquette Astronomy Reference Information
Astro Primer for Astronomy recommended by Quentin
AstroPhotography Basic Primer
Things to Remember When Attending Your First Star Party (REVISED)
Telrad Charts for Messier and Caldwell Objects(Very Nice)
Star Party Etiquette
Astronomy Reference Information
Information about Light Pollution and Astronomy
Britelitesout.COM all about light pollution PLEASE Checkit Out
Florida Astronomy Club Connection--Listing of All Known Florida Astronomy Club---originated & hosted by KSCAA
Listing of Florida and US astronomy club provided by SKYMarvels
Sky & Telescope Club Listing
Alachua Astronomy Club
Tallahassee Astronomical Society
Brevard Astronomical Society
Most sellers on both services are very reputable but always use caution when buying on the Internet
Skymarvels has a lot of astromony information and picture
SkyMaps.com- This Month's Sky-Viewing Calendar
heavens-above.com astronomy Sky Maps Track the shuttle,Hubble and ISS
Nice list of Amateur telescope Makers pages GREAT RESOURCE CHECK IT OUT
How to build your very own Telescope DEW HEATER by Bill Arnett
Wattage Chartsand Information about building your Telescope DEW HEATER
How to Fix your Daisy B-B Gun Red Dot Finder
Garden Shed Roll-off Roof Observatory
A great info on every aspect of a Newbie to Astronomy by "SKY & Telescope"
Look at a Piece of HISTORY
This is a Questar Telescope that is at Kennedy Space Center in the Center Director's Office
this telescope was purchased by Wernher von Braun
Weather Map from Satellite Service
Satellite Image of the Souteastern USA NOAA Weather and The Weather Channel Infared view
Japanese Space Observatory Suffers Loss
Japanese/American Suzaku X-ray observatory Article
CCD and Film Images by KSCAA Members
Astronomical Images Film and CCD from KSCAA Members
|Rory Ducan took a fine photo of the Ares 1-X. The Photo was posted as Astronomy Picture of the Day. A fine job RORY APOD search in Archives Nov 2, 2009|
Pictures of some of the Club Member's Equipment
Effective Oct 6,2015 KSCAA will be holding the star parties at a new observing site BioLab Rd parking Area. This is in the Merritt Island Wildlife area south of Hallover Canal. Please view the maps below for directions and GPS coordinates.
All Visitors are welcome! Telescopes
are not required to join in the Fun!!!
If you have Binoculars bring them. We can assist you in locating interesting things to observe!!!!!!!!
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