Bookmarks For Larry Panek Page Essentials of Music Directory of /pub/music/kurzweil. Views of the Solar SystemMGS mag/ER Home of Biology and Chemistry Physics, astronomy and Engineering http://science.widener.edu/~panek/bookmark.htm
Extractions: collegestudent.com: Your Local Online Campus Community edu.com - The Place Where Students Get It Creating Web Courses ... Elephant in the Dark Physical Sciences Resource Center American Association for the Advancement of Science National Academy of Science Science Online ... NCUR 98, Salisbury State University
Bookmarks For Serg Prasolov Directory ftp//ftp.riddle.vrn.ru/pub/. Applied Cryptography Examples iNFUSED BYTESemag. SoftDox Project - Software documentation - books, books, books in PDF http://serg.spb.ru/personal/bookmark.htm
Andy N Pryke's Bookmarks for Robust Optimization in Financial Applications The mag Group Hitch Directoryof /pub/xplay Solaris Software Resources The Cross astronomy Ireland on IOL. http://www.andypryke.com/university/my_bookmarks.html
Bill Curry's Bookmarks Impression 5 reviews PC 100 - Monitors - ranked list mag InnoVision Home VisualMolecular Dynamics Home Page Directory of /pub/CHARM/CHARM.4.3 NAMD astronomy. http://www.pitt.edu/~wbcurry/bookmarks.html
Astronomy Links ftp//cfaftp.harvard.edu/pub/gsc/SAOimage. has some clever ideas on doing very high-resolutionastronomy using off Date of Close Distance Orbit Designation mag. http://www.rdrop.com/~cary/html/astro_links.html
Extractions: collected by the OSU Astronomy Club updated 2003-02-06. contents: Technical details about telescopes, software, and related ground-based hardware Space Telescopes Rockets, Corporations, and other ways of getting from Earth to Elsewhere ... misc astronomy links Related pages: Your Sky by John Walker http://www.fourmilab.to/yoursky/ the interactive planetarium of the Web. You can produce maps ... for any time and date, viewpoint, and observing location. If you enter the orbital elements of an asteroid or comet, Your Sky will compute its current position and plot it on the map. (this looks very useful) A Solar System Scale Model Meta Page http://www.vendian.org/mncharity/dir3/solarsystem/
Reference Sites TOP. astronomy CALENDAR Astronomical Applications (US Naval Knowledge Environment(jake) mag Portal Monterey Herald Index pub List Periodicals http://www.salinas.lib.ca.us/body_reference_sites.html
Astronomy Today - Astronomy - Telescope Buyers' FAQ Guide to buying a telescope for amateur astronomy.Category Science astronomy Amateur Beginners mag 1 Instruments 16342 Coachlight Dr. new Berlin, Wi ASTRO MALL ONE STOP astronomySHOPPING AND PRODUCT INFO Mall ftp//ftp.rahul.net/pub/resource/products http://www.astronomytoday.com/astronomy/tbfaq.html
Extractions: Contributors to this posting include: Pierre Asselin Dana Bunner Doug Caprette Mike Collins Kevin Deane Jay Freeman Chuck Grant Dyer Lytle Christopher Gunn Doug McDonald Andy Michael Dave Nash Jim Van Nuland Bill Nelson Leigh Palmer Alan Peterman Tom Randolph David Smith Geoff Steer Mario Wolczko C. Taylor Sutherland Paul Zander David Knisely 1. What is the single most important thing I should know before buying a telescope? This is the single most important thing you should get out of this FAQ: DO NOT BUY YOUR TELESCOPE FROM A DEPARTMENT STORE. Ignore everything any literature tells you about magnification and such. Buy from a telescope store, where you will get a telescope that makes smaller claims, but will give you FAR better performance. The reason is that as far as telescopes go, how much you can magnify is a function of the amount of light the telescope receives, which is almost entirely determined by the telescope's aperture (the size of the lens or mirror that points at the sky). As far as magnification goes, you can expect 50x per inch of aperture on a normal night.
Extractions: of Amateur Astronomers Home Search AAAA Select AAAA AAAA Universe AstroMax Press Releases Join the AAAA Control Center Member Reports Astronomy Links Observing Programs FAQ Constellations Planets Universe Guide Arp CCD Images Partnerships AAAA Newsletter AAAA Mission Select AstroMax Catalog Binocular Kit Telescope Kit Astele 70 Astele 95 Observing Aids Ottewell Calendar Astro Companion First Light Kit Sky Atlas Planisphere Deen Pub Feedback AAAA Home The AAAA Universe
Michel T. Talbot's Bookmarks Net resources for Rubik's Cube mag's 3x3 Rubik's and EconomyCompaniesComputersSoftwareScientificAstronomy. ARTFLProject Directory of /pub/etext/gutenberg http://www.nbi.dk/~konstant/homepage/mtalbot-bookmarc.html
Caryl Bryer Fallert - Publications p.15; HEMISPHERES United Airlines Inflight mag. June, p. 38; STARDATE (Astronomymagazine) · 1990 EXPRESSIONS; THE CONTEMPORARY QUILT · 1987 Schiffer pub. http://www.bryerpatch.com/about/publications.htm
Extractions: 1996: AQS Books, 112 pages (ISBN: 0-89145-874-3) (out of print) English language books in which Caryl's Work can be seen AMERICAN QUILTS 1991: Publications International, pp. 58-61 ART TO WEAR: Diamond Extravaganza: A decade of Design, 1998: Fairfield, pp 8, 13 ART QUILTS: Playing with a Full Deck ATTIC WINDOWS: A CONTEMPORARY VIEW 1988: Leone Publishing Co. p.38 AWARD WINNING QUILTS AND THEIR MAKERS 1991: Vol. I AQS Books p.36 1992: Vol. II. AQS Books, pp. 30,31,92,93,156,157 1993: Vol. III AQS Books pp.76-77
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IX Canary Island Winter School Links Plate database The Institute of astronomy of the Bulgarian error is between 0.0004and 0.0007mag for the online (http//www.clark.net/pub/warnock/ASTROprofile http://www.astro.washington.edu/deutsch/personal/canaries/golombek.html
Extractions: Some useful astronomical links Historically, any newly discovered object needed to be "confirmed" by detecting it in the optical band. Catalogs were published with stamp-sized images obtained at the largest available telescope or from sky survey plates (eg., Parkes catalog identification papers in several issues of the Australian Journal of Physics Astrophysics Supplements (eg., Bolton et al. 1977); Einstein sources Maccacaro et al 1994; QSO identification Schneider et al 1992). This probably is still true, although not as general, as we try to "see" what we just found. We are probably reaching an information overload with more efficient instruments, larger detectors and an increasing number of facilities. At the same time the technology has been catching up and allowed us to be able to reach most of these data regardless of where it resides. These notes are just a roadmap to guide the reader through this maze, highlighting some of the more important starting points or stops. Probably the most difficult part of a project is staring at a blank page and needing to fill it up, or getting some brief description and trying to complete the information. The following section will have pointers to information or data useful to elaborate or check new ideas.
Amateur Proposal To Use Hubble Space Telescope of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (pub. 8.0); Sky Catalog 2000.0, Vol 2 (tomag. Clark, astronomy Principles and Practice and astronomy Structure of http://georgenet.net/hubble/amtprop.html
Extractions: HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE All amateur proposals to use the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) must describe a self-contained and well defined scientific program, and must include a discussion of the methods for obtaining and analyzing data in order to achieve the scientific goals of the project. The principal investigator (PI) will be expected to understand the goal(s) of his or her proposal and to publish the results in the scientific literature. This program is open to all United States citizens and legal residents who do not have an advanced degree in astronomy. The original news release from NASA and STScI points out that "a few hours of observing time" has been reserved for amateur astronomers by the director of STScI. Dr. Riccardo Giacconi, the original director, further stated that he expected amateurs "to ask refreshingly new questions." Amateur proposals duplicating proposals already submitted by professional astronomers will not be considered unless the amateur has contributed a unique and creative aspect to the observation. It should be emphasized that duplication of observation will be the exception rather than the rule. Information from your proposal will be entered in a database at STScI to estimate the resources required by the program (e.g. spacecraft time, data volume, real-time requirements) and to test for duplication with both Guaranteed Time Observers (GTOs) and General Observers (GOs). In order to give more amateurs time on the HST, total observing time will be of prime importance. However, an original, creative proposal may justify much of the allotted time if it offers a real contribution to the advancement of astronomy.
15 Puzzle -- From MathWorld Kasner, E. and Newman, J. R. Mathematics and the Imagination. Redmond, WA TempusBooks, pp. 177180, 1989. mag. 44, 185-189, 1971. Lamb pub., 1993. http://mathworld.wolfram.com/15Puzzle.html
Extractions: A puzzle introduced by Sam Loyd in 1878. It consists of 15 squares numbered from 1 to 15 which are placed in a box leaving one position out of the 16 empty. The goal is to reposition the squares from a given arbitrary starting arrangement by sliding them one at a time into the configuration shown above. For some initial arrangements, this rearrangement is possible, but for others, it is not. To address the solubility of a given initial arrangement, proceed as follows. If the square containing the number i appears "before" (reading the squares in the box from left to right and top to bottom) numbers which are less than , then call it an inversion of order , and denote it . Then define
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The AMS Working Group Homepage photometric error is between 0.0004 and 0.0007mag for the catalogs as a series of16 books and several CD online (http//www.clark.net/pub/warnock/ASTROprofile http://ams.astro.univie.ac.at/links_databases.php
Extractions: Two degree Field (2dF) QSO redshift survey: will determine the large scale tridimensional structure of the universe up to z~0.1 by measuring the redshift of 250,000 galaxies. In addition, spectra of 30,000 quasars will be obtained (http://www.aao.gov.au/local/www/rs/qso_surv.html) A mirror site exists in Great Britain (http://www.ast.cam.ac.uk/AAO/www/rs/qso_surv.html)