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Introduction

This project was originally formed to coordinate editors' efforts on creating articles related to astronomical objects. The project's original members worked together to develop a category hierarchy and a series of templates, including information boxes, that could be used to improve the articles' appearance and navigability. This page itself links to a series of subpages that contain information on the templates used to create astronomical articles and web-related resources that may be useful for article creation. The talk page has become a forum to seek advice and build consensus for future article edits. Moreover, the WikiProject is also used as a bulletin board to announce maintenance-related issues, such as article and category renames and deletions.

If you would like to help, please inquire on the talk page. The astronomy-related articles on Wikipedia are always in need of improvement; just indicate how you would like to help, and the project's members will direct you to pages that need work. Also, feel free to add your name to the membership list at the bottom of this page.

A number of other WikiProjects have been created to work on other astronomy and space-related issues. A navigation box on the right leads to the related projects. For more information on WikiProjects in general, please see Wikipedia:WikiProjects and Wikipedia:WikiProject best practices.

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