This is a website for amateur astronomers keeping an observation log of astronomical objects: stars, the moon and just about everything else that appears in the night sky. Even some objects that appear in the daytime.
Do you need help keeping track and retrieving your astronomy observations? Want a custom observing list made just for you?
Want a single place to keep record of your observations for these observing lists?
Then you need AstronomyLog.com. This is your electronic astronomical log book, kept online in the cloud, safe, backed up and always available. An online observation log, easy to use and integrated with your goals.
There is no charge to start! You begin by entering your observations. You can immediately make a free report of all your observations. As a Premium Member, tell us your goals and we'll give you a report on what you have left to observe to reach them. When you've hit a goal, we'll give you a report ready to submit for your award.
Come by between observing session to read the informative tutorials that will help you improve your observing skills.
As a member you will be automatically subscribed to the monthly newsletter, the New Moon Reporter, and get ideas on things to observe right now. Plus, there are additional articles teaching about astronomy and observing that will help you become more skilled quickly.
Astronomy reviews and product recommendations that will make your seeing improve. The observation entry and reports are available only to registered members. You must join to receive the benefits!
Join AstronomyLog.com with a simple registration form and start logging your observations right now!
We'll help you get recognized and receive the observation awards you deserve. Starting with the Astronomical League Observing Clubs and later adding other fun and interesting lists, both well-known and obscure. The plan is to include lists from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and Saquaro Astronomical Club. If you have suggestions for observing lists, please let us know.
Our community is your place to share and find out what others are seeing and their techniques for seeing it. Check back with us soon when we go live. It will be worth the wait.
Thanks for dropping by. See you again soon.
Wishing you clear skies and warm toes,
Heard this on my last observing night:
"Can you see that little blur next to the double star that's surrounded by the three stars that form a equilateral triangle?
Don't forget to use your averted imagination...uh, I mean averted vision.
It comes and goes with the seeing. Really, it was there a minute ago."
"Oh, I see it! Wow!"
AstronomyLog.com - Your online astronomy log book - helping you remember what you see