This is a link to Astronomy Magazine!
Light Pollution Guide
To introduce the problem of light pollution to the general public, this organization has put together this handy guide. It is hoped that this helps explain the problems of light pollution to you, and we hope that you can help reduce the causes of this type of environmental pollution. Please feel free to tell others about this guide.
Los Alamos National Laboratory Astronomy Page
Being the Los Alamos National Laboratory Astronomy Page is indicative of its value as an astronomical resource and an excellent springboard for cross-referencing with other disciplines. With extensive databases, electronic journals, and associated links this site is exceptional resource!
Santa Fe Astronomy Club
This website is for another astronomy club. They have star parties once in a month. check it out.
Sky View Cafe
Sky View Café is a Java applet that lets you use your web browser to see many types of astronomical information, in both graphical and numerical form.
TAAS - The Albuquerque Astronomical Society
The Albuquerque Astronomical Society, (or TAAS), is a non-profit organization of over 300 amateur astronomers from all walks of life across New Mexico. TAAS has been sharing New Mexico skies for more than 40 years, and is Albuquerque's leading public education resource for astronomy. Since 1959, our primary function has been public education, research, and the enjoyment of a common passion, the heavens. TAAS can be contacted on the TAAS HOTLINE at 254-TAAS (254-8227)
The Constellations and their Stars
So just what are these constellations you keep hearing about? You may go outside some night and see all kinds of stars, and maybe you have even spotted the Big Dipper (northern hemisphere) or the Southern Cross (southern hemisphere), but what about Leo the Lion or Pisces the Fish? What are they?
The Hubble Telescope
Figured this one might be popular with this crowd.
The Hubble Telescope: Shedding Light on the Universe
This is an article by David Miller about the Hubble Telescope with links to other resources about the telescope.
Tom's Astronomy Page!
Tom Bruce was my astronomy professor while I was attending classes at UNM Taos and probably my favorite professor to date! Not only did he inspire me and entertain us all, he provided a clear and comprehensive basis for a solid understanding of celestial mechanics and the scientific method. This link is to his astronomy page, the most extensive collection of astronomy information I have seen on the World Wide Web.