Tuesday, June 02, 2009
Star Observer is online!
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Today I launched my new website, Star Observer, a website dedicated to the observation of stars and open clusters. I created this website to have a more structured way to present my observing reports from my favorite objects: stars and open clusters. At the core of Star Observer you will find a new and growing collection of visual observing reports. There is a separate page for every object observed. On an object's page you will find my personal observing report, a sketch (or image) and some notes and background information about the object. The observing reports can be found in the top bar menu under "Single and multiple stars" and "Open clusters". In the section "observing stars" you will find some information about the equipment and resources I use for planning, executing and evaluating my observations.

In the future new observing reports will be added on a regular bases. I am also planning to publish a few articles about stars and clusters, and the method I developed for planning, executing and evaluating / publishing my observations.

You can navigate through StarObserver.eu using the different menus or the sitemap. If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact me, using the contact form.
Updates on StarObserver.eu will be announced in this blog. Follow this link to go to the homepage of Star Observer.


Clear skies

Math Heijen
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