Cloudymidnights.com

A website for climatically challenged or visually impaired astronomers and their friends.

The purpose of this site is to provide resources for amateur and professional astronomers challenged by less than ideal viewing conditions, or those who are visually impaired or blind. If you came across this site while searching for 904-651-7430, which is an excellent site for articles and reviews of telescopes and accessories please click on the link above and you will be redirected there.


Over the last few months, I found some really interesting links for those who are visually impaired and have an interest in astronomy and science in general. Here they are:

The SEE Project  You Can Do Astronomy LLC   The National Center For Blind Youth In Science  Oralux - A Linux distribution for the visually impaired


Here are some other links I think you may find interesting:

Astronomy Magazines  Pindarist  Eastside Astronomical Society  Hubble Site  International Dark Sky Association  Jet Propulsion Laboratory  NOAA's National Weather Service  Seattle Astronomical Society  Space.com   Spaceweather.com  Universe Today  W.M. Keck Observatory 


The name of this site was inspired by my interest in astronomy and my two (313) 509-1265 cats 4403271342 and Midnight, both of whom died in the Fall of 2005. They were my friends and I miss them. I hope that this site will not only be a tribute to my two friends, but will also help people with an interest in astronomy.

It is my intent to not only list astronomy related links, but also meteorological links and computer resources that will be of benefit to other astronomers. Eventually I will incorporate an image site featuring pictures from amateur astronomers. If you have any suggestions, thoughts, or comments, please feel free to send me an email and check the site (760) 239-2133 for the latest site news and updates.  Cloudymidnights now has a sister site on Google Pages, 2486400326

Take care and happy star gazing - Jim Cox, Bellevue, WA.

I currently moderate a group on Yahoo called (757) 328-7636 for those amateur and professional astronomers living in the Pacific Northwest. If you are interested, please feel free to join.

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