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  1. Ancient Astronomy and Celestial Divination (Dibner Institute Studies in the History of Science and Technology)
  2. The Stellar Initial Mass Function: 38th Herstmonceux Conference: Proceedings of the Meeting Held at Institute of Astronomy and Royal Greenwich Observa ... Society of the Pacific Conference Series)
  3. Modes of Star Formation and the Origin of Field Populations: Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Max-planck Institute of Astronomy Heidelberg, Germany 9-13 ... Society of the Pacific Conference Series)
  4. Laser Interfermeter Space Antenna: Second International LISA Symposium on the Detection and Observation of Gravitational Waves in Space: California Institute ... Proceedings / Astronomy and Astrophysics)
  5. 2000 Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields
  6. Directory of Physics Astronomy & Geophysics Staff 1997 by American Institute of Physics, Am Inst Phy, 1997-05
  7. 2007 Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields (Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy and Related Fields)
  8. Blue Stragglers: Stars Journal Club Miniworkshop on Blue Stragglers Held at the Space Telescope Science Institute Baltimore, Maryland 12-13 October (Astronomical ... Society of the Pacific Conference Series) by Stars Journal Club Miniworkshop on Blue Stragglers, Rex A. Saffer, et all 1994-06
  9. 2002 Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields
  10. Proceedings of the Conference on Applications of Digital Image Processing to Astronomy: August 20-22, 1980, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California (Proceedings / SPIE)
  11. Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics
  12. 2010 Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields (Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy and Related Fields)
  13. Astronomy Institutes and Departments: Wiyn Consortium, Jodrell Bank Observatory, European Southern Observatory, Palomar Observatory
  14. The Stellar Initial Mass Function: 38th Herstmonceux Conference: Proceedings of the Meeting Held at Institute of Astronomy and Royal Greenwich Observa ... Society of the Pacific Conference Series) --1998 publication. by Gerry Gilmore Debbie Howell, 1998-01-01

1. Astronomy Departments
in 1980 by a consortium of five of the major radio astronomy institutes in Europe (the European Consortium for VLBI).
Astronomy Departments
Aarhus University - Institute of Physics and Astronomy Academia Sinica's Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics ( ASIAA )
ASIAA is a research institute founded in 1993 at Taipei, Taiwan, to study the universe and its constituents observationally and theoretically. ASIAA's initial emphasis is on radio astronomy. ASIAA has joined the Berkeley-Illinois-Maryland millimeter Array (BIMA) as a 10% partner sinice 1994. ASIAA is adding two elements to Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory's Sub-Mn-Array (SMA) (the SMART project) to become a 15% partner of this frontier facility which is to be completed before the year 2000.
Allegheny Observatory
The official web site of the University of Pittsburgh's Allegheny Observatory.
American Astronomical Society - Division of Dynamical Astronomy ( DDA )
The object of the American Astronomical Society Division on Dynamical Astronomy is the advancement of all aspects of dynamical astronomy, including celestial mechanics, solar system dynamics, stellar dynamics, the dynamics of the interstellar medium and galactic dynamics, and coordination of such research with other branches of science.
Anglo-Australian Observatory ( AAO )
The Anglo-Australian Observatory operates the Anglo-Australian and UK Schmidt Telescopes at Siding Spring, Australia, and a laboratory on the same campus as the ATNF in the Sydney Suburb of Epping.

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Search, Home, Preferences, Help, info Astronomische Institute und Institutionenin Deutschland info Observatorien, Institute, Organisationen,
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Astronomy Institute in USA. U. of Kansas Physics Astronomy, Georgia State Univ.Physics Astronomy, New Mexico State Univ. Astronomy. Physics Astronomy.
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  • Arizona State University - Physics and Astronomy
  • Arkansas Tech University - features a 16-inch reflecting telescope. A Meade 12-inch LX200 has also been acquired.
  • Astronomical Centre in Zielona Gora - Poland
  • Astronomical Institute and National Observatory of Athens
  • AstroWebVienna
  • Augustana College
  • Australian Space Research Institute (ASRI) ...
  • Ball State University - Physics and Astronomy - Information about undergraduate and graduate classes, research, and personnel.
  • Bates College - Physics and Astronomy
  • Boston University
  • Brown University - Observational Cosmology
  • California State University, Los Angeles ...
  • Cosmochemistry Group - University of Arkansas - our research is focused on the cosmochemistry and physical properties of extraterrestrial materials. These materials include meteorites, asteroid regoliths, and lunar samples.
  • Custer Institute and Observatory
  • Danish Space Research Institute (DSRI)
  • Dartmouth College - Physics and Astronomy
  • De Anza College ...
  • Dominion Astrophysical Observatory (DAO) - The Dominion Astrophysical Observatory is operated by the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) through its Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics (HIA) as a national centre for astronomical research within Canada, with emphasis on UV, optical and IR astronomy.
  • 6. Other Astronomical Resources
    astropersons who where (IAC); astronomy institutes in Latin America. MailingLists. Sociedad Astronómica de México. astronomy institutes in Latin America.
    Other Astronomical Resources
    Star catalogues, Maps:
    Watching the sky tonight:

    7. Philippe Eenens Homepage
    Mexico. Latin America List of astronomy institutes in Latin America;The ALA Newsletter Astronomy in Latin America. Hot Massive Stars
    Philippe Eenens' homepage
  • Undergraduate degree in physics from the , Belgium.
  • : Ph D in astronomy, University of Edinburgh , Scotland,
    in collaboration with the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh
  • : Associate researcher, Vatican Observatory
  • : Associate researcher, UNAM, National Observatory , Baja California, Mex.
  • : Researcher, INAOE , Tonantzintla, Mexico.
  • Since April 1997 : Professor, Department of Astronomy , U. Guanajuato, Mexico. Some of my pages:
  • 8. Astronomy Institutes
    Similar pages Academic Web Resources College http// Williams College http// RETURN TO TOP astronomy institutes HarvardSmithsonian
    Astronomy institutes

    9. Astronomy And Space Search Engines
    Universiteit Amsterdam; Astronomisches Institut Bochum (AIRUB); AstronomyHyper Textbook; astronomy institutes; Astronomy Observatories;
    About Us Corporate News Privacy Advertise ... Home Internets, The Database of Databases
    Welcome to Internets - The Internets site is categorized into sections. Click on the drop down menus or use our search engine below.
    The library of the Internet - As the name implies, we have attempted to broaden the reach of the Internet. The Hidden Web - Internets is the gateway to the hidden Internet, the regions of the Web that are beyond the reach of the robots and search engines. Internets positions you at the search pages of the databases within web sites. Dynamic HTML Ready - We have upgraded to the standard used by 97% of the Web browsers. If your browser does not support advanced javascrript, simply use our internal search engine and type in a short search string to locate engines on that topic. A word about advertising. Please remember that advertising is needed to cover our web site expenses. If a pop-up appears, it did not come from us. If you cannot tolerate our advertisements, please surf elsewhere.
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    Astronomy and Space
    Aerospace News
  • Yahoo Aerospace News Databases Web Sites
  • Aerojet
  • Aerospatiale
  • Alfvén Laboratory - Division of Plasma Physics - Space Group
  • Air Force Maui Optical Station ...
  • EUV Astrophysics, Space Science Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.
  • 10. External Databases
    AstroWeb (Astronomical Internet Resources) A searchable database of resources onthe web, particularly useful for finding astronomy institutes and societies;
    Catalogues WebCat About the
    Databases Links External Databases
    Astronomy database services

    11. ANTARES Collaboration
    Translate this page Erlangen group server. astronomy institutes. Observatoire de la Côted'azur contact Observatoire de la côte d'Azur. Laboratoire d
    Updated : Click on the city names to get the corresponding web server(s). There might be several laboratories in one city. Make your choice in the popped-up menu. The ANTARES collaboration is composed of around 150 engineers, technicians and physicists from the following institutes (Access the corresponding Web server from - Get the address from the country flag). Head of the collaboration J. Carr
    Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille (CPPM) Spokesman L. Moscoso
    DAPNIA/DSM, CEA/Saclay Deputy Spokesman P. Vernin
    DAPNIA/DSM, CEA/Saclay Technical coordinator J.-J. Destelle
    Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille (CPPM) Shore station director Particle physics institutes Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille (CPPM)
    contact : J. Carr DAPNIA/DSM, CEA/Saclay
    contact : L. Moscoso Groupe de Recherches en Physique des Hautes Energies (GRPHE)
    contact : Y. Benhammou
    contact : Institut de Recherches Subatomiques (IReS)
    contact : Ch. Racca

    12. Radio Telescopes Resources
    European VLBI Network (JIVE / EVN) The European VLBI Network (EVN) was formed in1980 by a consortium of five of the major radio astronomy institutes in Europe
    AstroWeb: Radio Telescopes
    AIPS++ (Astronomical Information Processing System)
    AIPS++ is a software package which will calibrate and image (primarily) radio astronomical data. It is being written in an object-oriented style using the C++ language. AIPS++ is being developed by an international consortium. AIPS++ is not yet of interest to users, although there are some email reflectors you may wish to join for information. A beta library release is available via anonymous ftp. This may be of interest to C++ software developers.
    ATNF - Australia Telescope Compact Array (ATCA, Narrabri)
    The Paul Wild Observatory, near Narrabri, is part of the Australia Telescope National Facility (ATNF), and operated by the CSIRO; the Officer-in-Charge is Dr Graham Nelson. The Narrabri site contains the Australia Telescope Compact Array, which consists of five antennas located along a 3-km railtrack, and a 6th antenna 3 km further to the west.
    ATNF - Australia Telescope National Facility (CSIRO)
    CSIRO's Australia Telescope National Facility (ATNF) is an organisation that supports and undertakes research in radio astronomy. It operates the Australia Telescope, the collective name for a set of radio telescopes in New South Wales. These telescopes are used, individually or together, to study objects in the Universe ranging from the remains of dead stars to entire galaxies.

    13. Other Astronomical Resources
    * Other Astronomical Resources *. astronomy institutes in Mexico. INAOE Astrophysics UK).astronomy institutes in Latin America. Publications. The
    * Other Astronomical Resources *
    Astronomy Institutes in Mexico
    INAOE Astrophysics Department (near the city of Puebla)
    Instituto de Astronomia, UNAM
    (Mexico CIty)
    Observatorio Astronomico Nacional
    (Ensenada, Baja California)
    Area de Astronomia, Universidad de Sonora
    General astronomical information:
    The Astronomy Virtual Library (maintained by Sergio Paoli
    sorts its contents in a very convenient way. Here they are:
    Astronomy Libraries
    AstroWeb Consortium

    Conferences and Meetings

    Databases, Images and Surveys
    Amateur Astronomy

    See also Space and Physics
    The Star*s Family (CDS, Strasbourg)
    - maintained by
    WebStars: Astrophysics in Cyberspace
    Astronomy (GNN)
    The Galaxy Page (SEDS, LPL)
    List of astronomy ftp-sites
    Observing Resources (NRAO)
    AAS Homepage
    CDS, Strasbourg
    NASA Information Services via World Wide Web
    NTIS/FedWorld Information Network ...
    SPIE The International Society for Optical Engineering
    (Pointers validated and/or updated several times a day).
    Astroweb (CDS site)-CDS yellow-Page
    Astroweb sorted by category (MSSO site)
    AstroWeb sorted by protocol (STSci Version)
    Astroweb (ST-ECF site) ...
    AstroWeb ( ST-ECF) Alternate URL
    Star*s Family guides (CDS, Strasbourg)

    14. Personal- Astrolinks
    NIST IAU International Astronomical Union SAB - Brazilian Astronomical SocietyAAS - American Astronomical Society Latin American astronomy institutes
    Astronomy links
      Large Collection of Links Hot Star Newsletter links - nice for researchers and amateurs! The StarPages - Astronomy Yellow Page on the WWW CASA links My Frequent Access ADS - abstracts Astronomy Picture of the Day Astro-ph SabeSabe FAPESP ... SkyView Institutes and Organizations LNA - Laboratorio Nacional de Astrofisica (Brazil) CTIO - Cerro-Tololo Interamerican Observatory (Chile) NOAO - National Optical Astronomy Observatories (USA) IRAF - Image Reduction and Analysis Facility ESO - European Southern Observatory (Europe + Chile) STScI - Space Telescope Institute CASA - Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy IAGUSP - Astronomy Dept. of Instituto Astronomico e Geofisico da USP JILA - University of Colorado + NIST IAU - International Astronomical Union SAB - Brazilian Astronomical Society AAS - American Astronomical Society Latin American Astronomy Institutes Publications HSN - The Hot Star Newsletters SFN - The Star Formation Newsletter BeSB - The Be Star Newsletter SSN - The Standard Star Newsletter GCN - The Galactic Center Newsletter MCN - The Magellanic Clouds Newsletter IBVS - Information Bulletin of Variable Stars Electronic ApJL Nature New Astronomy GEMINI - 8m twin telescopes ( SOAR - 4m telescope (

    15. Graduate School
    Space Research Laboratory, University of Turku. astronomy institutes Divisionof Astronomy, Department of Physical Sciences, University of Oulu;
    Finnish Graduate School in
    Astronomy and Space Physics
    The Ministry of Education has establishing the Finnish system of graduate Schools in order to intensify the educational programme at the doctor degree level in certain important fields of research. The first programmes started in 1995, and included the Graduate School in Solar-Terrestrial Physics . Beginning from 1999 an expanded Graduate School in Astronomy and Space Physics continues on somewhat the same lines. Professor Tuomo Nygrén is the coordinator and contact person of the Graduate School. Space Physics Institutes Astronomy Institutes Steering Committee ( addresses Students The main elements of the programme are as follows.

    16. ASTR 103 - Internet Resources, Spring Semester 2001
    monthly, advanced amateur, UK; Astronomy Now, monthly, amateur/professionalastronomy, UK. Observatories and astronomy institutes.
    Web Site Topics
    Home Page



    Reading Resources

    Internet Resources
    Viewing the Sky


    ASTR 103 - Astronomy
    Internet Resources Spring Semester 2001 Last Modification: January 11, 2001 [Courses] [Interesting Web Sites] [Images] [Magazines] ... [Internet/Web]
    Astronomy Courses
    A n updated list of astronomy courses with online components is maintained by Feggie Hudson in conjunction with the course "Survey of Astronomy" offered by Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida. The URL is
    Interesting Astronomy Web Sites
  • G eneral Interest Sites
  • 17. Introduction To The EVN
    The European VLBI Network (EVN) was formed in 1980 by five of the major radioastronomy institutes in Europe and Geodetic Dept of the University of Bonn.
      Introduction to the EVN
      The European VLBI Network (EVN) is an interferometric array of radio telescopes spread throughout Europe and beyond (see Figure below), which conducts unique, high resolution, radio astronomical observations of cosmic radio sources. It is the most sensitive VLBI array in the world, thanks to the collection of extremely large telescopes that contribute to the network.
      VLBI provides astronomers with their sharpest view of the most energetic phenomena in the universe, including expanding supernovae, pulsars, flare stars, star-forming regions in molecular clouds, the environment surrounding nearby and distant galaxies, gravitational lenses, starburst galaxies and distant Active Galactic Nuclei. Formation of the EVN
      The European VLBI Network (EVN) was formed in 1980 by five of the major radio astronomy institutes in Europe and Geodetic Dept of the University of Bonn. The founding radio astronomy institutes were:
      • MPIfR in Bonn, Germany
      • IRA in Bologna, Italy.
      • ASTRON , in Dwingeloo, NL
      • OSO , in Onsala, Sweden
      • NRAL in Jodrell Bank, UK

    18. Useful Links
    Useful Links. astronomy institutes in the Netherlands. SterrenkundigInstituut Anton Pannekoek (Uv Amsterdam); Astronomy Department
    Useful Links
    Astronomy Institutes in the Netherlands
    Space Research in the Netherlands
    Colloquia/Seminars at Institutes in the Netherlands
    Links to Astronomy Information around the world
    Various Astronomical Organizations
    Journals and Preprints

    19. PROPOSAL For An
    Cooperation Network are institutes owning and operating radio telescopes in theEuropean VLBI Network (see Table 1), radio astronomy institutes in Europe
    1. INFRASTRUCTURE COOPERATION NETWORK IN RADIO ASTRONOMY MANAGING THE NETWORK 2.1 Scope and membership Scope The Network in Radio Astronomy will provide a forum for the exchange of information amongst infrastructures forming the European VLBI Network (EVN) and between the EVN and its user community, as well as to monitor progress in the initiatives leading to future large scale facilities in radio astronomy. The specific objectives of the Network are three-fold: i) to enhance the quality and quantity of the access provided to users of the European VLBI Network, a European-wide distributed facility; ii) to coordinate input on the scientific imperatives and technical requirements for the Atacama Large Millimetre Array from the wider astronomical community in Europe as part of the ongoing design and development phase of this project, and iii) to map out collaborations leading to a formal proposal for the construction of the Square Kilometre Array. The research infrastructures that will take part in the Infrastructure Cooperation Network are institutes owning and operating radio telescopes in the European VLBI Network (see Table 1), radio astronomy institutes in Europe actively involved in studies leading to the new generation facility, ALMA (Table 2), and radio astronomy institutes in Europe, Australia and Canada which are actively involved in studies leading to the new generation facility, SKA (Table 3). A total of eleven institutes in the European Union are involved, one in Poland, and two outside Europe.

    20. The Virtual Reference Room
    Amateur Telescope Making Page Astronomical Image Library The Astronomy Cafe AstronomyElectronic Universe Project astronomy institutes Astronomy Now Online
    NASA Web Sites

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