25 Best Astronomy Blogs and Websites
Here are 25 Best Astronomy Blogs you should follow in 2023
New York City, New York, US
From rocket launches to cosmic discoveries, NASA announcements, space missions and satellite data, we are here to keep you updated and informed on all things SPACE. Get the latest space exploration, innovation and astronomy news. Space.com celebrates humanity's ongoing expansion across the final frontier.
2.7M⋅ 1.3M ⋅14 posts / day ⋅ Jul 1999 Get Email Contact
Astronomy Now is the UK's biggest astronomy magazine. For over 25 years Astronomy Now magazine has provided a monthly source of information for amateur and professional astronomers alike. A wide range of feature articles cover subjects such as observing, cosmology, the history of astronomy and space science.
555.1K⋅ 117.4K ⋅1 post / week ⋅ Oct 2014 Get Email Contact
Bristol, England, UK
News, views and information for the global physics community from Institute of Physics Publishing. It contains features from the world's leading physicists and science writers, comprehensive news and analysis, incisive opinion pieces, sound careers advice, reviews of the best new books and multimedia.
597.6K⋅ 339K ⋅3 posts / week Get Email Contact
The Bad Astronomy blog is all about real-world science, it covers the entire Universe, from subatomic particles to the Big Bang itself. Astronomy, space exploration, the effect of politics on science...you'll find it all here, as well as anything else that pops in to Phil Plait's science-drenched brain. And you'll find it described with obvious joy and love for all things cosmic.
3.9M⋅ 58.9K ⋅30 posts / year ⋅ Aug 2008 Get Email Contact
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
SkyNews, the magazine of astronomy and stargazing, is your guide to observing the night sky. On our website you can find out what's up in the sky this week and a collection of resources for amateur astronomers.
Also in Space Blogs, Astronomy Magazines
6.8K⋅ 1.6K ⋅5 posts / week ⋅ Oct 2010 Get Email Contact
Portland, Oregon, US
Starts With A Bang is dedicated to exploring the story of what we know about the Universe as well as how we know it, with a focus on physics, astronomy, and the scientific story that the Universe tells us about itself. Written by Ph.D. scientists and edited/created by astrophysicist Ethan Siegel, our goal is to share the joy, wonder and awe of scientific discovery.
12.5K⋅ 30.9K ⋅ Apr 2021 Get Email Contact
Cambridge, Massachusetts, US
Our astronomy blogs have editors and contributors to Sky & Telescope writing about everything from the night sky to astrophotography to upcoming launches. Sky & Tel covers the latest night-sky events, astronomy news, astrophotography and observing tips.
Also in Astrophotography Blogs
597.8K⋅ 124.8K ⋅1 post / week ⋅ Aug 2003 Get Email Contact
Armagh, Pennsylvania, US
Latest news and views from the exciting worlds of astronomy and space brought to you by the world-renowned Armagh Planetarium.
34.8K⋅ 8K ⋅3 posts / month ⋅ Apr 2010 Get Email Contact
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Obscured by Clouds. The rough and ready blog of a cloud benighted biologist and amateur astronomer. Astroblog will cover my interests in astronomy, biology and Life, the Universe and Everything.
2.3K ⋅1 post / week ⋅ Aug 2006 Get Email Contact
Washington, District of Columbia, US
The AAS Committee on the Status of Women in Astronomy maintains this blog to disseminate information relevant to astronomers who identify as women and share the perspectives of astronomers from varied backgrounds.
2K⋅ 2.3K ⋅1 post / day ⋅ Jan 2008 Get Email Contact
Waukesha, Wisconsin, US
Astronomy.com is for anyone who wants to learn more about astronomy events, cosmology, planets, galaxies, asteroids, astrophotography, the Big Bang, black holes, comets, constellations, eclipses, exoplanets, nebulae, meteors, quasars, observing, telescopes, NASA, Hubble, space missions, stargazing, and more.
1.4M⋅ 264.5K ⋅18 posts / month ⋅ Mar 2009 Get Email Contact
Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada
Universe Today is all about Astronomy & space news. If you're a fan of Astronomy, space, sci-fi and pop culture, you'll love our Guide to Space.
117.8K⋅ 311.9K ⋅1 post / day ⋅ Mar 1999 Get Email Contact
Charlottesville, Virginia, US
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) conceives, designs, builds, operates, and maintains world-class radio telescopes used by scientists from around the world to study virtually all types of astronomical objects, from bodies in our own Solar System to galaxies in the distant Universe.
73.5K⋅ 42.7K ⋅1 post / month ⋅ May 2016 Get Email Contact
London, England, UK
Read our monthly guides to the night sky, and check out the latest news from the Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomy team. Royal Museums Greenwich comprises the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum and Queen's House. We are also home to The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre and the Caird Library and Archive. Together we're dedicated to enriching people's understanding of the sea, the exploration of space, and Britain's role in world history.
101.1K⋅ 41K ⋅1 post / month ⋅ Aug 2010 Get Email Contact
Clifton, New Jersey, US
The blog about Astronomy and Space Exploration. We publish astronomy pictures, as well as articles about astrophysics, space science, the solar system, stars, galaxies, etc. CosmoBC.com was founded in 2008.
2.1K⋅ 4.8K ⋅2 posts / month ⋅ Feb 2010 Get Email Contact
Cardiff, Wales, UK
Covers astronomy, pythagorean astronomy, physics and more. We have a large outreach programme made possible by members of the School volunteering their own time. As part of this programme, we offer a range of talks on cutting edge scientific research from academics in the School.
Also in Physics Blogs, UK Physics Blogs
984⋅ 1.7K⋅ 36.5K ⋅3 posts / month ⋅ Dec 2013 Get Email Contact
17. ASP News
San Francisco, California, US
Latest news updates from ASP. The Astronomical Society of the Pacific is an international non-profit scientific and educational organization, founded in 1889, that works to increase understanding and appreciation of astronomy.
15.1K⋅ 4.3K ⋅1 post / day ⋅ Mar 2012 Get Email Contact
A site for astronomy, space exploration, and everything they touch. My name is Carolyn Collins Petersen. My blog is a daily, or semi-daily record of thoughts and impressions about astronomy and space science, primarily, although I'm not limited to those two. I also write about other aspects of science, particularly as various disciplines relate to politics, education, critical thinking, and other cultural aspects.
1 post / quarter ⋅ Dec 1999 Get Email Contact
Welcome to my new blog. I am a telecommunications trainer by day and solar observer during breaks and observe the wonders of the night. I use affordable techniques to take snaps of the Sun, Moon, planets and anything else I can get on my limited equipment.
8K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
IndianSky is an astronomy blog, where an amateur astronomer shares his insights on Astronomy. Covers visual astronomy, astrophotography, radio astronomy, citizen science, gear reviews, and the influence of astronomy on art, history, and culture. Authored by Anand Krishna - an amateur astronomer and astrophotographer based in India.
726 ⋅2 posts / year ⋅ Jan 2021 Get Email Contact
Austin, Texas, US
You might know me from the award-winning, popular and effective radio series EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science, which I founded in 1991 and which ultimately broadcast on thousands of radio stations in the U.S. and around the world. Today -- as the small but awesome EarthSky team -- we have a blast bringing you daily updates on your cosmos and world.
1.2M⋅ 837.2K ⋅ Feb 2009 Get Email Contact
San Francisco, California, US
Cosmic Diary network covers the latest night-sky events, astronomy news, astrophotography and observing tips
7.5K ⋅ May 2019 Get Email Contact
23. Astronomy Club
Oregon City, Oregon, US
The Oregon State University Astronomy Club started in 2016.Through our outreach work, we strive to fosters a passion of astronomy in OSU students and the Corvallis community.We host open house events in order to burgeon interest in astronomy, as well as to spread awareness of scientific breakthroughs.
382 ⋅1 post / month ⋅ Jun 2017 Get Email Contact
24. Clear Skies
Home of the Clear Skies Observing Guides. A site focused on visual astronomy and a place to share a passion for the nighttime sky. Stargazing with a side of photography.
663⋅ 401 ⋅12 posts / year Get Email Contact
Ann Arbor, Michigan, US
The University Lowbrow Astronomers (Lowbrows for short) are a group of telescope makers and users, and people with a common interest in all aspects of astronomy. We are based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
1.3K⋅ 269 ⋅ Oct 2014 Get Email Contact
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|Paul M. Sutter||universetoday.com||62|
|Chris Vaughan and Starry Night Education||skynews.ca||57|
|Scott Alan Johnston||universetoday.com||32|
|Carolyn Collins Petersen||universetoday.com||22|
|Ethan Siegel, Senior Contributor||forbes.com||22|
|Victor van Wulfen||clearskies.eu||21|
Astronomy Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|James Webb Space Telescope||49|
|Astronomy & Observing News||39|
|Astronomy And Space||35|
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Astronomy Blogs By Category
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