eyesonthesky.comEyes On The Sky > Home

eyesonthesky.com Profile


Title:Eyes On The Sky > Home

Description:Making amateur astronomy simpler and more fun, with a unique presentation of the night sky that is easy to understand.

Keywords:beginner astronomy beginning astronomy night sky videos stargazing,DotNetNuke,DNN

Discover eyesonthesky.com website stats, rating, details and status online. Read and write reviews or vote to improve it ranking. Check alliedvsaxis duplicates with related css, domain relations, most used words, social networks references. Find out where is server located. Use our online tools to find owner and admin contact info. Go to regular site

eyesonthesky.com Information

Website / Domain: eyesonthesky.com
Website IP Address:
Domain DNS Server: ns2.sage.arvixe.com,ns1.sage.arvixe.com

eyesonthesky.com Rank

Alexa Rank: 1884176
existsite Rank: 3
Google Page Rank: 0/10 (Google Pagerank Has Been Closed)

eyesonthesky.com Traffic & Earnings

Purchase/Sale Value: $6,514
Daily Revenue: $17
Monthly Revenue: $535
Yearly Revenue: $6,514
Daily Unique Visitors: 1,642
Monthly Unique Visitors: 49,260
Yearly Unique Visitors: 599,330

eyesonthesky.com Keywords accounting

Keyword Count Percentage
beginner astronomy beginning astronomy night sky videos stargazing 0 0.00%
DotNetNuke 0 0.00%
DNN 0 0.00%

eyesonthesky.com WebSite Httpheader

StatusCode 200
Cache-Control private
Content-Type text/html; charset=utf-8
Server Microsoft-IIS/8.5
Date Sun, 18 Feb 2018 00:59:22 GMT

eyesonthesky.com Traffic Sources Chart

eyesonthesky.com Alexa Rank History Chart

eyesonthesky.com aleax

eyesonthesky.com Html To Plain Text

Eyes On The Sky > Home Register | Login Home About Contact What people are saying Site map Videos Stargazing Basics Telescope Basics Solar Viewing Special Events 2011 Videos 2012 Videos Winter 2012 Spring 2012 Summer 2012 Autumn 2012 2013 Videos Winter 2013 Spring 2013 Summer 2013 Autumn 2013 2014 Videos Winter 2014 Spring 2014 Summer 2014 Using Stellarium Star Charts First Light Guides Winter Constellations Spring Constellations Summer Constellations Autumn Constellations Brightest stars Blog Best of the Blog Comet PANSTARRS Moon Lunar X How to make craters Viewing First Quarter Moon Resources See faint objects better See the planets better Meteor shower observing Glossary Reviews Education Mayan calendar Collimation DIY Improvements Tripods Super Simple Tripod 1x3 Super Simple Tripod 2x4 Improve small telescopes More for small scopes Mounts DIY Links $5 camera phone bracket This Week's Astronomy Video Eyes on the Sky: Recent astronomy videos To see the most current Eyes on the Sky videos, please visit the Eyes on the Sky YouTube channel. If you'd like to help financially with Eyes on the Sky taking this step forward, please consider a subscription donation at Patreon.com or $3 per month / one-time donations by using the Paypal buttons below. Handheld devices users: To navigate Eyes on the Sky more easily, see the Site Map here. Are you a beginner to amateur astronomy? Start here. Are you new to all this amateur astronomy, stargazing, learning the stars and constellations and telescope stuff? Eyes on the Sky's "Ultimate Guide to Telescopes and Amateur Astronomy" can have you up to speed on all the basics of finding your way around the night sky, types of telescopes and accessories and those confusing-looking equatorial mounts in about an hour's worth of time. Linked in to any social media sites? Eyes on the Sky is there too - please follow, like and most importantly share/retweet Eyes on the Sky videos so we can educate about both the night sky AND light pollution issues: Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Eyes on the Sky astronomy videos are now closed captioned, allowing for translation into 58 languages as well as benefiting people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Or, watch at work! (Just don't tell your boss.) "Dark-sky friendly lighting fixtures" I talk about dark sky friendly lighting fixtures a lot - I mention them in most every video, in fact. But what are they? Find various types of dark sky friendly lighting fixtures here, or try these lighting manufacturers - and if you still have trouble locating them, contact me. NEW AS OF JANUARY 2013: The U.S.-based home improvement store Lowes now carries dark sky friendly lighting with the IDA seal of approval - look for them in your store. Got a neighbor with a light shining in your bedroom or window somewhere in your home? Here's how to approach neighbors about poorly shielded lighting. You can also find the silver-crown light bulbs highlighted in previous "Dark Sky Facts" from these online retailers: 1000Bulbs.com LightBulbs.com Need a compact flourescent (CFL) version? Check out the ones at Genesis Lamp! "The astronomy field needs more energetic promoters like David. Congratulations to him, and I urge the rest of you to give him your support." - Dave Eicher, Editor - Astronomy magazine Donate Support "Eyes on the Sky" and light pollution reduction Making "Eyes on the Sky" every week isn't free. Not only do I spend 10 to 12 hours on each 5-6 minute video by the time I research, write, shoot, create graphics, edit and upload each video, but some graphics, music, costumes and other things I add all cost money. So I'd ask one of two things from you: Please either change your own outdoor lights and encourage your neighbors to do the same, or donate a bit towards my efforts to spread the word through these videos. Even as little as $5 helps - yes, really - but what would help more is a monthly subscription of $3 a month. That's only $0.69 an episode! And you don't even need a Paypal account; you can donate or subscribe with any major credit card you see in the button graphic. Thank you - I appreciate your support! Videos The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Telescopes and Amateur Astronomy Telescope Basics Stargazing Basics Eyes on the Sky reviews How to view the Sun safely Past Eyes on the Sky weekly astronomy videos Dark Sky Info Dark skies organizations International Dark Sky Association Campaign for Dark Skies (U.K.) Illinois Coalition for Responsible Outdoor Lighting Artificial Light at Night Database Dark Sky Friendly Approved Lighting Fixtures Blog Step by step guide to finding the five planets Posted on: Saturday, January 30, 2016 Having trouble locating objects with your new telescope? Posted on: Wednesday, December 30, 2015 Morning Moon, Mars and Venus - Sept 9 and 10 Posted on: Wednesday, September 9, 2015 The Summer Triangle - how to locate it Posted on: Wednesday, September 9, 2015 Space is big. Really big. Posted on: Friday, September 4, 2015 Find Saturn in the night sky this week and next Posted on: Thursday, September 3, 2015 The planets that are the bread to an Earth sandwich Posted on: Wednesday, September 2, 2015 Neptune at opposition Posted on: Tuesday, September 1, 2015 Eyes on the Sky on hiatus UPDATE: Now over! Posted on: Sunday, August 30, 2015 Cold weather observing: Some tips Posted on: Monday, February 23, 2015 Copyright 2011-2012 by David Fuller Terms Of UsePrivacy Statement

eyesonthesky.com Similar Website

Domain WebSite Title
skytv.co.nz SKY | SKY Home
sky.co.nz SKY | SKY Home
eyestotheskyballoon.com Sevier County, UT - Official Website - Eyes to the Sky Balloon Festival
magic-eyes.com Magic eyes home
durangotexas.com Eyes on Texas---HOME PAGE
cadillaceyewear.com Windsor Eyes : cadillac home
windsoreyes.com Windsor Eyes : Home
throughtheireyes2.co.uk THROUGH THEIR EYES - HOME
africaneyestravel.com African Eyes Travel - Home
drjenniferpatterson.com EYES OF STARWOOD - Home
worldinmyeyes.be Home | World in my Eyes
glasses4eyes.co.uk Home - Glasses 4 Eyes
eyes-optics.com Eyes & Optics of Pearland - Home
inyoureyesmovie.com Home | IN YOUR EYES
nikoneyes.com Home | Nikon Eyes
myeyesoptometry.com Home - My Eyes Optometry
followmyeyes.co.uk Follow My Eyes — Home
jaguarbook.com Eyes of Fire - Home Page