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Anillo Astronómico (14 Sites, 216 Hits) 12/31/1996
| ||El Anillo Astronómico es un listado de recursos sobre astronomía en español. Contiene enlaces a multitud de páginas de todo el mundo sobre todo tipo de informaciones siempre con el nexo de unión de la Astronomía.|
RASC Member Web Ring (4 Sites, 223 Hits) 07/12/1999
| ||The RASC Member Webring is a community of members of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and affiliated centres across the country. Founded in 1868, the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada is Canada's leading astronomy organization bringing together over 4,000 enthusiastic amateurs, educators and professionals with 28 Centres that offer local programs and services in every province of Canada.|
The Mars Ring (7 Sites, 485 Hits) 12/31/1996
| ||The Mars Ring links quality sites concerning all aspects of the red planet, from science, space travel and astronomy to sci-fi, mythology and the outer limits.
Astronomy Ring (43 Sites, 1389 Hits) 12/31/1996
| ||The Astronomy Web Ring consists of Astronomy, space, and science webpages.
Star Watchers (14 Sites, 78 Hits) 12/31/1996
| ||A place for astronomy, astrlogy, space and science web pages.
Astronomy & Space (39 Sites, 503 Hits) 03/22/1998
| ||This webring has all the astronomy web sites. It allows someone that wants an astronomy site to look for it easily. Only valid astronomy site will be allowed into this ring.|
Meade (4 Sites, 156 Hits) 03/21/2005
| ||WorldWide Meade User Ring. - LX, Starfinder, ETX, LXD, DS, NextGeneration, Telestar, Autostar, CaptureView MicroOptics series.|
Zodiac (4 Sites, 177 Hits) 01/26/1999
| ||The Zodiac Webring is for anyone with an interest in the zodiac. Put your ideas about the zodiac online and share them with the world!|
Radio Astronomy (7 Sites, 801 Hits) 08/20/1999
Find in this ring sites related to all aspects of radio astronomy, including but not limited to sites of value to amateur radio astronomers, and home- and school- based radio observatories, solar flare detection, Jupiter noise storm monitoring, meteor detection by radio, and much more. Pictured: a radio image (by the Very Large Array, or VLA) of Messier 87 (M87), a giant elliptical galaxy in the Virgo Cluster, and an image of its center section by a Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) consisting of antennae in Finland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden and the United States. The jet of particles might be powered by a black hole in the center of the galaxy.
The End of the World -- The Extinction of Planet Earth (6 Sites, 220 Hits) 10/01/2003
| ||This ring deals with the destruction of planet Earth, or at least the extinction of life upon planet Earth, due to meteor(s), comet(s), or other astronomical impacts; as well as any possibilities for survival of the event.|
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