Talk Stargazing

Stay in touch with Stargazing LIVE all year round. Talk about astrophotography with our photo group, replay our online chats with experts, and be sure to follow us if you're a tweeter.

Flickr photo group

If you're a keen photographer or even just interested in images from space then visit our Flickr photo group. Whether amateur or professional, you can share your photos - they could even appear on future shows or here on the Stargazing LIVE website. Please make sure you check the rules before submitting.

Follow @BBCStargazing on Twitter

Stay in touch with Stargazing Live by following @BBCStargazing - and remember to include #BBCStargazing in your own starry tweets.

Web Chat

Replay the live discussions that we hosted in January 2013. We posted behind-the-scenes facts and photos, while astro experts and special guests answered some of your intriguing questions about space and astronomy.

BBC Things To Do: Stargazing BBC Things To Do: Stargazing

Find Stargazing LIVE activities and events near where you live, for people of all ages.

20 FAQs about the Universe 20 FAQs about the Universe

Read answers to some of the common questions that you asked the Stargazing LIVE team.

How do stars work? How do stars work?

Find out how stars shine and why we're made of star stuff in this beautifully animated short film.

Join Planet Hunters Join Planet Hunters

You too could discover an exoplanet by helping scientists analyse real data from NASA's Kepler mission.

Why make virtual galaxies? Why make virtual galaxies?

Dr Andrew Pontzen's animation explains how and why astronomers use computers to create virtual galaxies (YouTube).

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