365 Days of Astronomy
Provides an astronomical podcast a day, ranging from simple concepts and how-tos to in-depth discussion, and prepared by individuals, schools, companies and clubs.
A Pacific View
Tom Kerr shares his insights as a staff astronomer on UKIRT on Mauna Kea, Hawaii.
Everything astronomical with an emphasis on what you can see from your own front yard.
Offering tricks and tools for professional astronomers.
Commentary on contemporary astronomy and biology.
Unravelling space-time with Dr Ian O’Neill, Space Science Producer for Discovery News.
Weekly astronomy podcast discussing everything from theoretical science to aliens and UFOs.
Astronomy blog dispenses information and postings about astronomy, telescopes, and equipment.
Rick Leon Murphy's personal blog which is dedicated to astronomy.
At the Astronomy Centre
Personal blog by Peter Drew, Project Manager of The Astronomy Centre in Todmorden, England.
Bad Astronomy Blog
Frequently updated blog covering the world of astronomy, by Discover Magazine.
Blog written by a chemical engineer student with an interest in astronomy. Includes details for those who want to participate in astronomy competitions and olympiads, and offers resources for teachers and tutors.
Explorations in space from Alan Boyle, NBC News Digital science editor.
Offering insights into space exploration, astronomy and the depiction of both in popular culture.
Dynamics of Cats
Astrophysicist speculates on astronomy, science, theoretical issues and science policy.
Blogging by a Professor of Astronomy at the University of Edinburgh, who works on quasars, observational cosmology, and big, big sky surveys.
For the Birds
Online journal of a space shuttle electrical technician.
In the Dark
Peter Coles, Professor of Theoretical Astrophysics in the School of Physics and Astronomy at Cardiff University, shares insights into his cosmology research.
Eclectic collection of posts often discussing astronomy.
Jodrell Bank astronomers host this regular podcast for amateur sky gazers.
A CNN blog focusing on astronomy and space.
Blogging about meteors, meteor showers and how to see them.
The Night Sky Guy
A stargazer offers up to date information about the stars, news, a telescope buying guide, and how to read star charts.
One Minute Astronomer
Provides basic astronomy advice and guidance, one step at at time, for busy people.
Discussing the day to day life of an astronomer as well as astronomy education.
Discussing current astronomy events, news, and the day-to-day life of a research astronomer.
News and information about comets and asteroids by Remanzacco Astronomical Observatory, Italy.
Official blog of the Saint Cloud State University Department of Physics, Astronomy, and Engineering Science.
Offering astronomical news plus hints, tips and advice for budding backyard astronomers.
Displays a wide range of photos as well as information on space, planets and stars.
Information on how laws and regulations impact astronomers and astronomy.
Providing daily updates on solar spots, asteroids, auroras and other space phenomena.
Contains NASA information and news, science and astronomy, spaceflights, images, videos, skywatching video galleries, and technology and robots.
Commentary on the use of digital media to engage the public with astronomy and related sciences.
Writings from a proto-astrochemist, trying to figure out how to be a scientist.
Blog written by Greg Laughlin, Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Covers recent developments in the field of extrasolar planets.
Top of the Lawn
Group of astronomy enthusiasts gather at the top of the Great Lawn in Central Park.
The Urban Astronomer
A San Francisco based astronomer offers insights on watching the night sky, even if you live in a big city.
Covers visual astronomy on a budget, showing what can be seen with the naked eye and modest backyard telescopes.
We Are All in the Gutter
Features regular postings about the post-doctoral interests of the three astronomy researcher authors.
Women in Astronomy
The Committee on the Status of Women in Astronomy recommends ways to improve women's standing in and access to this field.
Women in Planetary Science
Focuses on the biographies and work of modern women working in astronomy, cosmology and planetary science.