- Boise Astronomical Society: Wait... before you click on this clink, it will just take you back to our home page. Its listed only because the links would seem almost incomplete without it.
- Idaho Star Party: The home page for the Idaho Star Party, hosted by the Boise Astronomical Society.
- NASA: There is a lot to explore here. From current missions to science news and information.
- Heavens Above: Tracking information for many of the satellites you see flying overhead. You can also create an observing charts for your time, day and location.
- Space weather: Information on solar weather, and some of the strange and interesting things that can be seen in the sky.
- SOHO: If you don't have a solar filter this is the next best thing. Almost real time images of the sun, day or night!
- Eclipse Safety: An information page from NASA about safely viewing an eclipse, and links to other eclipse information.
- More Eclipse Stuff: This page from Explorationium has more ideas for safe solar viewing
- How to videos: This is a group of how to videos from Celestron!
- Ultimate Beginners Guide: A great guide for beginning astronomers.
- Backyard Astronomy
- International Year of Astronomy
- International Dark-Sky Association
- NASA JPL Dark Sky
- Space Games
Deep Sky 101 Observing Program
Welcome to the Boise Astronomical Society's Deep Sky 101 observing program. This program is meant to serve as a follow-on or adjunct to the Messier Club from the Astronomical League. Click here for more information.