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* [ ASTR 535: Radio Astronomy Instrumentation wiki]
* [ ASTR 535: Radio Astronomy Instrumentation wiki]
* [ Wikibooks:Astronomy]
* [ Wikibooks:Astronomy]
* [ GNU Radio wiki: discusses software defined radio (SDR)]. One application is [ radio astronomy]
* [ GNU Radio wiki]: discusses [[software-defined radio]] (SDR). One application is [ radio astronomy]
* [ "Indoor Astronomy Wiki"]
* [ "Indoor Astronomy Wiki"]
* [ the Stellar Visions wiki]
* [ the Stellar Visions wiki]

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A variety of "open" tools for optical and radio astronomy.

People in astronomy have been sharing electronics information for a long time.

Some people use a motor driver to point the telescope in the right location.

Someone over at the Bad Astronomy and Universe Today forum are considering using a wiki for FAQs and "a small library of the "Greatest Hits"".

Should I jump in and recommend one of the below astronomy wiki? I've been using wiki so long that I am a little disconcerted when a discussion forum has rules heavily discouraging editing even one's own posts, disparaging such edits as "revisionism". (But perhaps those people don't know about the "history" feature of most wiki). --DavidCary 22:55, 20 September 2007 (PDT)

astronomy wiki

further reading

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