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  1. Radiative Processes in Astrophysics by George B. Rybicki, Alan P. Lightman, 1985-03-26
  2. Particle Astrophysics, Second Edition (Oxford Master Series in Physics) by D.H. Perkins, 2009-02-04
  3. Plasma Physics for Astrophysics (Princeton Series in Astrophysics) by Russell M. Kulsrud, 2004-11-28
  4. Massive Neutrinos in Physics and Astrophysics, Third Edition (World Scientific Lecture Notes in Physics, Vol. 72) by R. N. Mohapatra, Palash B. Pal, 2004-05
  5. Astrophysics by William K Rose, 2011-02-17
  6. Theoretical Astrophysics: Volume 1, Astrophysical Processes by T. Padmanabhan, 2000-10-02
  7. Understanding the Universe: An Introduction to Physics and Astrophysics by James B. Seaborn, 1997-12-12
  8. High Energy Astrophysics: Volume 1, Particles, Photons and their Detection (Volume 0) by Malcolm S. Longair, 1992-03-27
  9. Neutrino Astrophysics by John N. Bahcall, 1989-07-28
  10. Astrophysics of Planet Formation by Philip J. Armitage, 2010-01-18
  11. Advanced Astrophysics (Cambridge Planetary Science) by Neb Duric, 2003-12-22
  12. Nuclear Reactions for Astrophysics: Principles, Calculation and Applications of Low-Energy Reactions by Ian J. Thompson, Filomena M. Nunes, 2009-07-31
  13. X-Ray Spectroscopy in Astrophysics: Lectures Held at the Astrophysics School X Organized by the European Astrophysics Doctoral Network (EADN) in Amsterdam, ... 3, 1997 (Lecture Notes in Physics) (v. 520)
  14. Extreme Environment Astrophysics by Ulrich Kolb, 2010-06-14

21. Oxford Astrophysics
University of Oxford's Nuclear and Astrophyics Laboratory.
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22. Particle Data Group Welcome Page
An international collaboration that reviews particle physics and related areas of astrophysics, and compiles/analyzes data on particle properties.
The 2002 edition is now available.

23. Herzberg Institute Of Astrophysics
The scientific institute within the National Research Council of Canada which has the mandate from Parliament to operate and administer any astronomical observatories established or maintained by the Government of Canada. Site text available in English and French.

24. MOA Project Homepage
The Microlensing Observations in astrophysics (MOA) Project is a joint Japanese/New Zealand experiment established in 1995 to carry out astrophysical observations from New Zealand using `gravitational microlensing' and related techniques.
M I C R O L E N S I N G O B S E R V A T I O N S I N A S T R O P H Y S I C S The M icrolensing O bservations in A strophysics (MOA) Project is a joint Japanese/New Zealand experiment established in 1995 to carry out astrophysical observations from New Zealand using `gravitational microlensing' and related techniques. Microlensing is a gravitational lensing phenomenon that was conceived by Einstein ( Science , 1936, Vol. 84, p.506) in which the gravitational field of an object ( eg. star) acts like a lens and magnifies a star behind it. The process allows some measurements to be made with extraordinarily high precision, much higher than is possible using conventional techniques. Its major drawback is that each measurement can be made once and once only. This is because the stellar alignments that cause microlensing are short-lived and non-repeating. The `moa' is also the name of an extinct bird, once found in New Zealand (see picture on right). The largest variety of moa, dinornis maximus , towered up to 2.5m in height. From the time of the first Maori settlements around 800 years ago to shortly before European settlement, the moa provided a plentiful food supply. Although there were some 11 species of moa, ranging from the size of a turkey on up, excessive exploitation as a food source led to their extinction.

25. Annual Review Of Astronomy And Astrophysics
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26. NAP2001 - Nuclear Astrophysics 2001
The symposium, which is organized in celebration of KarlLudwig Kratz, Claus Rolfs and Friedrich-Karl Thielemann, aims to cover the most exciting and important developments in nuclear astro- physics by a series of invited talks.
in honor of
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May 3-4, 2001
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Welcome! the web site of - the international symposium on N uclear A stro P hysics held May 3-4, at GSI in Darmstadt, Germany. The "Jubilare" and the Organizing Committee wish to thank all the participants for helping to make NAP2001 such a successful and scientifically interesting event. It was great having you all here at GSI, and we hope you enjoyed your stay! The symposium website, including the abstract and participant list, will be kept accessible on-line until further notice. Please address any comments or questions regarding these pages to the NAP2001 webmaster A presentation of our "Jubilare" (who are they? find out here!) Participant list (check who was there!) Symposium program (with abstracts!) Poster session (list of contributions) Miscellaneous (including all circulars) We acknowledge the kind support from the following organizations Gesellschaft ionenforschung mbH ISEG Spezial- elektronik GmbH KUKA Roboter GmbH Scneider Privat-Brauerei Schmucker IoP Publishing World Scientific Fragment Separator Group GSI-Darmstadt This file was last updated on May 7, 2001 at 15:50 CET

27. NASA ADS At SAO: ADS Article Service
Includes the full text of 31 major astronomy and astrophysics journals.Category Science Publications Journals Free Online Journals......ADS Article Service.
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The following query pages provide access to articles that have been scanned by the ADS. If you want to access the fulltext of every article from a particular journal (including the recent electronic articles available from publisher's web sites), please use the Journal/Volume/Page Query Page
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28. Nonlinear Hyperbolic Waves In Phase Dynamics And Astrophysics
Research session at the Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK; 27 January 11 July 2003.
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Nonlinear Hyperbolic Waves in Phase Dynamics and Astrophysics
27 Jan11 Jul 2003
Organisers: Professor C M Dafermos (Brown)
Professor P G LeFloch (CNRS) , Professor E F Toro (Trento)
Programme theme
Quasilinear hyperbolic systems in divergence form, commonly called 'hyperbolic conservation laws', govern a broad spectrum of physical phenomena in compressible fluid dynamics, nonlinear material science, etc. Such equations admit solutions that may exhibit various kinds of shocks and other nonlinear waves (propagating phase boundaries, fluid interfaces, etc.) which play a dominant role in multiple areas of physics; astrophysics, cosmology, dynamics of (solid-solid) material interfaces, multiphase (liquid-vapor) flows, combustion theory, etc.
L well-posedness, singular limits based on diffusion-dispersion or relaxation, multidimensional hyperbolic problems, degenerate shock wave structure, failure of strict hyperbolicity, etc.

29. Handbook Of Space Astronomy And Astrophysics
Cambridge University Press Handbook of Space Astronomy and astrophysics. MartinV. Zombeck's Handbook of Space Astronomy astrophysics is now online.
Cambridge University Press
Handbook of Space Astronomy and Astrophysics
Martin V. Zombeck's
Second Edition
by Martin V. Zombeck
ISBN 521 34550 2 (hardbook)
ISBN 521 34787 4 (paperback) Note: All chapters now have links to related WWW resources containing extensive tabulations, images, interactive programs, etc.. Look for the link at the top of the table of contents for the given chapter. Citation form: Zombeck, M. V. 1990, Handbook of Astronomy and Astrophysics , Second Edition (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press). This site has been selected to receive the Griffith Observatory Star Award for excellence in promoting astronomy to the public through the World Wide Web.
SpaceViews presents "Space Sites of the Week": a list of some of the best space-related space sites on the Web. Each site that appears here has been chosen for its excellence in providing a Web site in a space-related area.
Astrophysics Data System (ADS) The author solicits suggestions for material for inclusion in a subsequent edition of the handbook. Dr. Martin V. Zombeck

30. Sara Kasun
Researcher at the University of Michigan. Contains astrophysics research on morphological correlations of galaxy clusters.
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31. Table Of Contents Of Zombeck's Handbook Of Space Astronomy And Astrophysics
vii 1 General data ..1 2 Astronomyand astrophysics ..23 3 Radio astronomy
Cambridge University Press Handbook of Space Astronomy and Astrophysics
Second Edition
by Martin V. Zombeck
Preface...........................................vii 1 General data 2 Astronomy and astrophysics 3 Radio astronomy 4 Infrared astronomy ... Back to cover The author solicits suggestions for material for inclusion in a subsequent edition of the handbook. Dr. Martin V. Zombeck
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
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32. Origin Of Universe, Nature Of Man And Proper Government
A detailed, ex nihilo model of the universe is developed as the geometric embodiment of a simple integer count. Causes are generated for data of the type accepted by the consensus of informed opinion - in experimental physics, astronomy, astrophysics and cosmology.
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33. RSSD - Research And Scientific Support Department
ESA RSSD astrophysics Planetary Exploration Solar Terrestrial Science FundamentalPhysics Science Operations. Resources, What's New, Newsletter, Publications,
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35. National Centre For Radio Astrophysics
National Centre for Radio Astrophysics
A Centre of the School of Natural Sciences of the
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GMRT, located near Pune in India is the world's largest
radio telescope at meter wavelengths.
Some Results from GMRT National Centre for Radio Astrophysics Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Pune University Campus, Post Bag 3, Ganeshkhind Pune 411007, INDIA Tel - +91 20 5697107, +91 20 5691384/5 Fax - +91 20 5692149 Address queries to: You're external visitor number , (local 19705).
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36. Laser Star Astrophysics
Plasma recombination lasers in rapidly cooled stellar atmospheres (plasma laser astrophysics) including history of the laser and astronomical spectroscopy.
Plasma Laser Astrophysics
Plasma recombination lasers in rapidly cooled stellar atmospheres.
Physicist Dr. Y. P. Varshni of the University of Ottawa made the startling discovery that some stars within our galaxy produce laser radiation. The Hubble Space Telescope and the Kuiper Airborne Observatory have confirmed that laser emissions can be produced by stars with violent stellar winds. These controversial observations have significant implications for cosmology.

37. Astronomy And Astrophysics At The NSSDC
Welcome to. Astronomy and astrophysics. at the NSSDC. NSSDC is a partner of NASA'sother astrophysics active archives in making astrophysics data accessible.
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38. HSAA Chapter 10 Table Of Contents
A collection of equations important to both special relativity and general relativity.
Chapter 10
Links to WWW resources Special relativity......................................... Lorentz transformation..................................... 4-Vector transformation................................... Examples of 4-vectors..................................... 2nd rank tensor transformation............................ Electromagnetic field strength tensor..................... Covariant formulation of Maxwell's equations.............. Lorentz force............................................. Cosmology.................................................. Robertson-Walker line element............................. Einstein field equations.................................. Friedmann universes....................................... Bibliography............................................... Return to Table of Contents

39. Oxford Astrophysics
University of Oxford's Nuclear and Astrophyics Laboratory.Category Science Astronomy Research Centers......astrophysics, Interested in a doctorate in astrophysics at Oxford? Informationfor prospective graduate students, together with details
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40. HEASARC: Common Acronyms
A small, but very specialized reference.
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-Archive Interfaces- Argus: proposal info Astrobrowse: worldwide catalog search Browse: search HEASARC archives SkyMorph: search variable objects SkyView: virtual observatory CalDB: Calibration database Coord Converter Date Converter Energy Converter FITS: standard data format FITSIO: FITS subroutine library FTOOLS: general s/w for FITS files fV: FITS file editor nH: Column Density RPS proposal submission RXTE ASM weather map Time Converter TIPTOPbase: atomic data Viewing: possible obs times WebPIMMS: flux/cnt converter WebSpec: spectral sims X-ray Background Tool Xanadu: data analysis suite X-ray, Gamma-ray, EUV Source Finder xTime: RXTE time converter HEASARC Resources/Education -Resources/Education- Contact Info APOD: Astronomy Picture of the Day Ask an Astronomer Bibliography HEASARC Pict of the Week History of High-Energy Astronomy Images, Spectra, Light curves Imagine the Universe! Legacy Journal Meetings Resources Staff StarChild (K-8 EPO) Tour the site WebStars: gen. astronomy info/news What's New
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American Astronomical Society - an organization of professional and amateur astronomers.

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