Astronomy and More in Arizona
Maps of Tucson and Arizona
Arizona fact sheet.
Real-time view of the Catalina Mtns and the Univ. of Az. Campus.
Some current Southern Arizona weather conditions.
(If your visiting for the first time, keep in mind that Arizona's
largest county (Coconino Co.) is bigger than 7 states in the
U.S. and Tucson nearly has the land area of Chicago!)
The University of Arizona
Steward Observatory (Univ. of Arizona)
Mt. Graham Observatory
Discovery Park Campus, Safford (with a 20" telescope)
Lunar & Planetay Lab. of Univ. of Arizona
Catalina Sky Survey
The Univ. of AZ Mirror Lab.
Whipple Obs. (Mt. Hopkins)
National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Tucson
Planetary Science Institute
National Optical Astronomy Observatories (NOAO)
Kitt Peak National Obs. Visitor Center
Nightly Observing Program
Advanced Observing Program (AOP)
Best Images of the A.O.P.
National Solar Observatory
USNO Flagstaff Station
Amateur Astronomy in Arizona
Arizona resorts and bed-and-breakfast locations with observing:
Astronomer's Inn, Benson
Butterfield RV Resort & Observatory
Clubs and Associations:
Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association
Sagurao Astronomy Club (Phoenix)
East Valley Astronomy Club (East Phoenix)
Phoenix Astronomical Society
Huachuca Astronomy Club
Prescott Astronomy Club
Univ. of Az chapter of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS)
Individual private observatories:
The Irvin Marvin Winer Memorial Obs.
Sabino Canyon Obs.
Jim Loudon Observatory
Chris Shur's Astrophotography
Astronomical Dealers in Arizona
Stellar Vision Astronomy Shop
More Sights in Arizona
Arizona Sonora Desert Museum
Colossal Cave Mountain Park
16th Century Mission San Xavier del Bac
Old Tucson movie studios
Pima Air & Space Museum
Titan Missile Museum
Reid Park Zoo
Tohono Chul Park
Tucson Botanical Gardens
Tucson Children's Museum
Tucson Museum of Art
Colossal Cave Park
The Amerind Museum (near Benson)
Tombstone, "The town too tough to die!"
Biking in Tucson
Spider's Astronomy in Ariz ona Pages