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The following lists various resources (that don't fit in our other categories)  known to the authors. This list is by no means intended to be exhaustive,if you know of  any information that we do not have listed, please contact us with the details.


State Location Organisation
Australia        Australian Sky & Telescope Magazine
Western Australia    Perth    Astronomy Education Services
  Perth    Stargazers Club



Australian Sky & Telescope Magazine


Australian Sky & Telescope is a world-class magazine about the science and hobby of astronomy. Combining the formidable worldwide resources of its venerable parent magazine with the talents of the best science writers and photographers in Australia, Australian Sky & Telescope is a magazine produced specifically for the Southern Hemisphere's astronomers.
Consistently delivering the latest news and developments in astronomy 8 times a year, Australian Sky & Telescope caters for everyone with an interest in space and astronomy, from the absolute beginner looking to buy their first telescope to the seasoned observer wanting to expand their collection of equipment or acquire new skills.
With its thorough equipment reviews, detailed sky maps, up-to-date news, and knowledgeable advice on observing the southern skies, Australian Sky & Telescope is a powerful source of inspiration to get out and see the wonders of the universe.


Address: PO Box 81 St Leonards NSW 1590
Contact: Contact (02) 9439 1955, Fax (02) 9439 1977, for email, see web site.
Web: http://www.skyandtelescope.com.au



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IceInSpace is a community Web site dedicated to promoting amateur astronomy in the Southern Hemisphere. They aim to help stargazers from around the world discover, discuss and enjoy the beauty of our night sky. IceInSpace is free to join and use, all you need is a valid email address. By registering you will be able to post topics on the IceInSpace Forum, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and images and access many other special features. IceInSpace is eight years old and is the largest and most active astronomy community in the southern hemisphere, with over 13,500 members.


Address: PO Box 9127, Wyoming NSW 2250
Contact: Contact Mike Salway, for email, see web site.
Web: http://www.iceinspace.com.au



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Astronomy Education Services


Resource Astronomy Education Services AES grew from over 16 years experience at places like the Perth Observatory, Edith Cowan University School of Science and now, managing the GDC Observatory in Gingin. Their activities include day presentations with safe viewing of the Sun (for students of any age) and Astronomy Field Nights with telescopes. AES also conduct public astronomy and astrophotography courses at various institutions. See their web site and FaceBook Page for more details.


Address: PO Box 271, Dianella WA 6059
Contact: Contact Richard Tonello 0417 961 357, for email, see web site.
Web: http://www.astro-ed-services.com



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Stargazers Club


Stargazers Club holds special events and sends regular news that includes information on stargazing and astronomy for beginners. See website for costs and details.


Contact: Contact Carol 0427 554 035, for email, see web site.
Web: http://www.stargazersclubwa.com.au



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