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         Astronomy:     more books (100)
  1. Myths and marvels of astronomy by Richard A. 1837-1888 Proctor, 2010-09-08
  2. History of astronomy by George Forbes, 2010-08-25
  3. The Future of Astronomy by Edward Charles Pickering, 2010-07-12
  4. Astronomy: A Self-Teaching Guide (Wiley Self-Teaching Guides) by Dinah L. Moche, 2009-08-31
  5. Basher Astronomy: Out of this World! by Simon Basher, Dan Green, 2009-05-12
  6. Astronomy For Dummies by Stephen P. Maran, 2005-05-06
  7. Astronomy: A Beginner's Guide to the Universe (5th Edition) by Eric Chaisson, Steve McMillan, 2006-03-06
  8. Bad Astronomy: Misconceptions and Misuses Revealed, from Astrology to the Moon Landing "Hoax" by Philip C. Plait, 2002-03-01
  9. Fall Nights Deep Sky Astronomy Field Guide for the Backyard:176 Step by Step Maps by P. Messier Renaix, 2010-08-28
  10. Astronomy Today (7th Edition) by Eric Chaisson, Steve McMillan, 2010-07-16
  11. Recreations in Astronomy With Directions for Practical Experiments and Telescopic Work by Henry White Warren, 2009-10-04
  12. Exploring Creation With Astronomy (Young Explorers) by Jeannie Fulbright, 2004-06
  13. Everything Kids' Astronomy Book: Blast into outer space with steller facts, integalatic trivia, and out-of-this-world puzzles (Everything Kids Series) by Kathi Wagner, Sheryl Racine, 2008-05-01
  14. Astronomy: A Beginner's Guide to the Universe (6th Edition) by Eric Chaisson, Steve McMillan, 2009-07-06

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2. Astronomy Articles, Forums, Listings, And Other Resources About Astronomy.
Resources, searchable forums and searchable lists of organizations providing astronomy services.
The Astronomy Net Articles AstroGuide Astro Images Calendar ... Support the Astronomy Net Home Search: All of Astronomy Net The AstroGuide Astronomy Articles All Forums Astrophotography Amateur Telescope Making CCD Equipment Blackholes - Theories, Discussion, etc. Blackholes II Celestron User Group Discussion Forum Domes - Portable, fixed, etc. Eyepieces for telescopes General Interest and Misc Topics God and Science Discussion Meade User Group Discussion Forum Software for Astronomy UFO findings and discussion XEphem User Group discussion forum
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W elcome to the Astronomy Net. Here you can find resouces to help understand perhaps the grandest of all sciences. Employing widely disparate disciplines astronomy boldly attempts to understand nothing less than the universe itself. This site exists to help you achieve this goal. Here is a breakdown of this site. The AstroGuide This site includes lists of manufacturers, vendors, software, etc. organized in the AstroGuide to help when you are looking to purchase your tools. Login to help us verify the links. Astronomy News The popular Astronomy News sections organizes current and past astronomy news headlines for your convenience. Login for more features.

3. Welcome To Astronomy For Kids!
Information on the planets, stars and other spacerelated topics, plus puzzles, maps and links to more astronomy sites.
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4. Astronomy Now | Home
Online version of this British astronomy magazine. With selected articles, news and subscription details. NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has been pushing the frontiers of astronomy since its launch in 1990.
Breaking News Where are the other Earths beyond the solar system?
One of the most fascinating areas of astronomical research in recent years has been the search for other 'Earths' circling Sun-like stars far beyond our Solar System. In recent years nearly 100 planets have been discovered in orbits around other stars, but none of these 'exoplanets' remotely resembles the Earth.

Mapping the 'Cosmic Web' of dark matter
What is Dark Matter and where is it found? These are two of the major mysteries in current studies of the Universe. Although the nature of this invisible material remains elusive, astronomers are beginning to produce detailed maps of the Cosmos, showing its location in relation to the ordinary matter that we can see in telescopes.

Evidence suggests a new form of matter
NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory has found two stars one too small, one too cold that reveal cracks in our understanding of the structure of matter. These discoveries open a new window on nuclear physics, offering a link between the vast cosmos and its tiniest constituents.

Astronomers detect stellar ashes at the dawn of time
Using a powerful instrument on a telescope in Hawaii, UK astronomers have found ashes from a generation of stars that died over 10 billion years ago. This is the first time that the tell-tale cosmic dust has been detected at such an early stage in the evolution of the universe.

5. SpringerLink: Astronomy And Astrophysics
Beginning with 2001 the journal astronomy and Astrophysics will be published by the French publisher EDP Sciences in
Editors-in-Chief: C. Bertout, Paris; H. Habing, Leiden
Letter Editor: P. Schneider, Garching Beginning with 2001 the journal Astronomy and Astrophysics will be published by the French publisher EDP Sciences in Paris. From then on parallel-to-print edition will be available under . All the past issues published from 1969 to the end of 2000 will be accessible through LINK as usual.
Direct access to our New York mirror!
ISSN: 0004-6361 (printed version)
ISSN: 1432-0746 (parallel-to-print version)

6. National Radio Astronomy Observatory
The National Radio astronomy Observatory (NRAO) is one of the world's premier research facilities for radio astronomy.
Saturday, March 22, 2003 Quick Links: INFORMATION FOR: General Public Astronomers NRAO Staff USEFUL LINKS: Press Releases Newsletter Meetings/Events Image Gallery ... VLBA Welcome to NRAO!
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Next photo The National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) is one of the world's premier research facilities for radio astronomy. NRAO operates powerful, advanced radio telescopes spanning the western hemisphere. Scientists from around the world use these instruments to probe fundamental questions in astronomy and physics.
NEW RADIO IMAGES For more information on any image, visit the new Image Gallery NRAO NEWS Mar. 12, 2003 - Pulsar Bursts Coming From Beachball-Sized Structures Mar. 12, 2003 - NRAO and NAIC to Offer School on Single-Dish Radio Astronomy This Summer Feb. 25, 2003 - U.S. and European ALMA Partners Sign Agreement Feb. 21, 2003 - VLBA 10th Anniversary Conference: "Future Directions in High Resolution Astronomy" Feb. 18, 2003 - NRAO Technology Enables NASA To See Light from the Big Bang Jan. 27, 2003 -

7. Astronomiae Historia / History Of Astronomy
Details courses, research, and staff at this consortium of the Cambridge and Solar Physics Observatories and the Inst. of Theoretical astronomy.
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History of Astronomy
About this image Welcome / About What's new (September 12, 2002) History of astronomy ... Wolfgang R. Dick . Created: 16 Jan 1995. Latest change of this welcome page: 26 June 2002

8. Astronomy For Kids
Basic introduction to astronomy for kids K6 grade.

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9. Astronomy In Japan
astronomy in Japan with a lot of information on Japanese Star lore and astronomical history.
Welcome to Steve Renshaw and Saori Ihara's Astronomy in Japan Home Page Japanese Starlore and Astronomical History Astronomy Activities and Articles of Human Interest Astronomy Sites in Japan with Pages in English Sites of Interest in History of Astronomy and Cultural Astronomy ... ‰½ŒÌ‚±‚̃z[ƒ€ƒy[ƒW‚͉pŒê‚݂̂ŏ‘‚©‚ê‚Ä‚¢‚é‚Ì‚Å‚·‚©H (In Japanese) Last Updated January 16, 2003
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Akemashite Omedetou Gozaimasu!
The Sun, the Moon, and Happy New Year in Japan (Revised January 2003) Get Out Ogre! Come In Happiness!
Setsubun in Japan; A Lunar "New Years' Eve" (Revised January 2003) Tani Jinzan and A Leonid Conflagration
Earthly and Celestial Events "Meet" in Tokugawa Japan Orihime, Kengyuu, and Tanabata
Japanese Traditions and Values Reflected in a Summer Festival Based on an Ancient Chinese Star Legend Images of Tanabata 2000 Yowatashi Boshi
Passing the Winter Nights with Japanese Star Lore of Orion Takamatsu Zuka Kofun
An Ancient View of the Sky from a Tomb in Asuka, Japan Controversy Continues (Supplement added April 3, 1997)

10. Astronomy Picture Of The Day
Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, Category Science astronomy Images......astronomy Picture of the Day. Discover the cosmos! Each day a differentimage or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured
Astronomy Picture of the Day
Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 2003 March 22
M57: The Ring Nebula
H. Bond et al., Hubble Heritage Team STScI AURA NASA Explanation: Except for the rings of Saturn , the Ring Nebula (M57) is probably the most famous celestial band. This planetary nebula's simple, graceful appearance is thought to be due to perspective our view from planet Earth looking straight into what is actually a barrel-shaped cloud of gas shrugged off by a dying central star. Astronomers of the Hubble Heritage Project produced this strikingly sharp image from Hubble Space Telescope observations using natural appearing colors to indicate the temperature of the stellar gas shroud. Hot blue gas near the energizing central star gives way to progressively cooler green and yellow gas at greater distances with the coolest red gas along the outer boundary. Dark, elongated structures

11. Astronomy Magazine, Star Charts, Space, astronomy Magazine, offers daily astronomy and space news, star charts, pictures of planets, space missions, eclipse and much more.

12. Astronomy Picture Of The Day Archive
Daily updates, archives since June 1995. Descriptions and bookmarks by an astronomer.Category Science Technology Space NASA Images and Movies......astronomy Picture of the Day Archive. APOD banner graphic Index Search Today's Picture 2003 March 17 SN 1006 History's
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2003 March 22: M57: The Ring Nebula
2003 March 21: Stars and Planets in the Halo of the Moon
2003 March 20: Sunrise Analemma
2003 March 19: Jupiter's Great Dark Spot
2003 March 18: Coronal Holes on the Sun
2003 March 17: SN 1006: History's Brightest Supernova
2003 March 16: NGC 253: The Sculptor Galaxy
2003 March 15: Apollo 12: Self-Portrait
2003 March 14: DEM L71: When Small Stars Explode
2003 March 13: WIRO at Jupiter 2003 March 12: Lunar Farside from Apollo 11 2003 March 11: Iridescent clouds 2003 March 10: M101: The Pinwheel Galaxy 2003 March 09: Farewell Jupiter 2003 March 08: Solar Sail 2003 March 07: The Star Trails of Kilimanjaro 2003 March 06: Comet NEAT in Southern Skies 2003 March 05: Where People Live on Planet Earth 2003 March 04: In the Center of the Lagoon Nebula 2003 March 03: Will the Universe End in a Big Rip? 2003 March 02: In the Center of the Trapezium 2003 March 01: Stereo Eros 2003 February 28: Fox Fur, the Unicorn, and a Christmas Tree 2003 February 27: When Moons and Shadows Dance 2003 February 26: Anticrepuscular Rays Over Horseshoe Canyon 2003 February 25: M42: Wisps of the Orion Nebula 2003 February 24: Comet NEAT Passes an Erupting Sun 2003 February 23: A Twisted Solar Eruptive Prominence 2003 February 22: Infrared Saturn 2003 February 21: Melting Snow and the Gullies of Mars 2003 February 20: Cold Wind from the Boomerang Nebula 2003 February 19: Pauli Exclusion Principle: Why You Don't Implode 2003 February 18: Candor and Ophir Chasmata 2003 February 17:

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The Smoking Gun

High-resolution map from NASA reveals evidence of the Chicxulub impact crater.
Spying a Supernova’s Double Bubble
Chandra’s x-ray vision detects the signature of a Type Ia supernova. Record Breaking Galaxies May Shed Light on Dark Ages The Subaru Deep Field Project commences with discovery of farthest-removed Milky Way cousin and a promising new window on the universe in its infancy. Lumicon is Back in Business After shutting its doors last September, the popular accessory company has a new lease on life. Celestron Wins "Go-to" Argument with Meade A California court rules that Celestron's NexStar telescopes do not literally infringe upon a Meade Instruments patent. The Cyber Observatory Astronomers rethink the "classic" observing model.

14. 2003 PACS // Journal Of The American Physical Society
Hierarchical numbering scheme, developed by the American Institute of Physics, used to identify fields and subfields of physics.
Physical Review since 1975 to identify fields and sub-fields of physics. (PACS codes from the Acoustics Appendix are not included in some of the formats listed below.)
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15. Phil Plait's Bad Astronomy: Home Page
Astronomer and teacher focuses on common misconceptions of space. Includes media examples of misinformation. Welcome to the homepage for Bad astronomy! SKIP TO THE SITE INTRODUCTION
What's New? Bad Astronomy Misconceptions Movies ... Links Looking for the page debunking the Apollo Moon Hoax theories?
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all the Planet X/Nibiru/Zetatalk nonsense?
March 22, 2003
Big news! I have moved the website to a new server, which should provide faster access, and the ability for me to do some fun things in the near future, like redo the Bad Astronomy Newsletter and add other features. There will be some bumps in the road (for example, the Bad Briefs page has some broken links) but I hope to get all those cleared out in the next few days. Please be patient, and stick around! I'll be announcing the new stuff very soon. March 19, 2003
Wow, is it almost the Vernal Equinox again? According to The U.S. Naval Observatory it is! So, on March 21 st at 01:00 Universal Time, will you be able to stand an egg on end? Read here to find out NEWS ALERT March 13, 2003
Sometimes, Bad Astronomy really ticks me off. Some person is circulating images supposedly from an Israeli satellite showing the Space Shuttle Columbia breaking up. I have received over a dozen emails about this. These images are fake . In fact, they are from the opening scenes of the awful movie

16. Astronomy Magazine's Current Issue
astronomy Has a Brand New Look Click here to learn more. In the CurrentIssue of astronomy April 2003. Features Big eye on the


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April - 2003 Features Big eye on the universe The finest telescopes on Earth sit atop Mauna Kea, the highest peak in Hawaii. Take a virtual tour up the mountain to get a behind-the-scenes look at the observatories. Bob Berman Related Online Content: Mauna Kea Quarrel A lofty observatory site is mired in worldly problems. Maggie McKee The turbulent world of compact galaxy groups Marcia Bartusiak Related Online Content: When Galaxies Collide Vanessa Thomas An Exhibit of Hickson Compact Groups Vanessa Thomas Searching for the golden ratio Mario Livio Centaurus and Antlia Tom Polakis Spot a naked-eye asteroid While the asteroid Vesta normally remains dim, this month it is a naked-eye object — if you know where to look. With these tips, it’s a challenge any backyard observer can meet.

The zodiac in Senmut's tomb implies the existence of an unknown planet.
ASTRONOMY IN DENDERA'S ZODIAC AND IN SENMUT'S TOMB (Slovenská verzia nasleduje za anglickou) author: RNDr. Pavel Smutný E-mail: Secret of Dendera's Zodiac Secret of this zodiac is in his astronomical meaning. It could be an important astronomical discovery. Original Dendera's Zodiac is placed in museum in Louvre, Paris. Copy of this zodiac is in Dendera. Persons, animals, signs which are inside of zodiac are celestial bodies as planets, Sun, tenth planet (X), constellations... They can also simply show directions and shapes of orbits of planet X, when these one is crossing or is to near to orbit of particular planet of our solar system. picture denderasouth On Dendera’s Zodiac are painted positions of planet X exactly, as were seen on sky. If X was seen (records were done probably during days (nights) of Spring and of Autumn equinoxes…) for example 25 degrees above constellation of Capricorn, so also record of this position was done in zodiac 25 degrees above sign of Capricorn in direction toward center of zodiac. First sign which is discovered from outer orbit is Lion. It is standing on sign of water, that would represent water of comets and asteroids from Kuiper cloud. This cloud is some milliards km behind the orbit of Pluto and was discovered only some tents years ago. Every person, sign, animal has got more significations. Important is who or what is it and also the direction of movement, which are showing hands, feet, face or other body parts. When we have paths of planets in our solar system during normal conditions, these paths have on sky and in zodiac shape of geometrical circular patterns, which can not go through central part of whole big Dendera's Zodiac. Here we have but paths of celestial bodies crossing central part of this big zodiac, where are circumpolar constellations.

18. Infrared Astronomy (IPAC Educational Outreach)
All about infrared astronomy from NASA's infrared astronomy center Discovery of infrared, what Category Science Technology Space NASA Research astronomy......Learn all about infrared and infrared astronomy. Also includes classroomactivities and a section on how to get involved in astronomy.
NEWS: "Hyper Extremely Red Object" Discovered Near Galaxy
Discovery of Infrared What is Infrared? ... Active/Future Projects Infrared image of person
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Infrared image of Orion The Infrared Universe Infrared Spectroscopy Classroom Activities Infrared Links ... IPAC (the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center) is operated by the California Institute of Technology Jet Propulsion Laboratory under contract to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). IPAC is NASA's Infrared Astrophysics Data Center. Last Updated: 2003 February 5
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