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         Astrophysics:     more books (91)
  1. Cosmology and Particle Astrophysics (Springer Praxis Books / Astronomy and Planetary Sciences) by Lars Bergström, Ariel Goobar, 2006-07-11
  2. An Introduction to Modern Stellar Astrophysics by Dale A. Ostlie, Bradley W. Carroll, 2006-07-28
  3. Astrophysical Plasmas and Fluids (Astrophysics and Space Science Library) by Vinod Krishan, 1999-01-31
  4. General Relativity: With Applications to Astrophysics (Theoretical and Mathematical Physics) by Norbert Straumann, 2010-11-02
  5. How Dark Matter Created Dark Energy and the Sun: An Astrophysics Detective Story by Jerome Drexler, 2003-12-15
  6. Theoretical Astrophysics: Volume 2, Stars and Stellar Systems by T. Padmanabhan, 2001-04-30
  7. Galactic Dynamics: (Second Edition) (Princeton Series in Astrophysics) by James Binney, Scott Tremaine, 2008-01-07
  8. The Design and Construction of Large Optical Telescopes (Astronomy and Astrophysics Library)
  9. Handbook of Space Astronomy and Astrophysics by Dr Martin V. Zombeck, 2006-12-25
  10. Relativistic Fluids and Magneto-fluids: With Applications in Astrophysics and Plasma Physics (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics) by A. M. Anile, 2005-12-15
  11. The Physics of Astrophysics Volume II: Gas Dynamics (A Series of Books in Astronomy) by Frank H. Shu, 2009-10-15
  12. Unsolved Problems in Astrophysics
  13. The Cold Universe: Saas-Fee Advanced Course 32, 2002. Swiss Society for Astrophysics and Astronomy (Saas-Fee Advanced Courses) by Andrew W. Blain, Francoise Combes, et all 2010-11-02
  14. Cores to Clusters: Star Formation with Next Generation Telescopes (Astrophysics and Space Science Library)

61. NASA Astrophysics Data System ADS Article Service
astrophysics Data System Article Service. Online Journals Online Conference Proceedings.Table of Contents Service. Astronomy and astrophysics Abstract Service.
Astrophysics Data System Article Service
Online Journals Online Conference Proceedings Table of Contents Service Astronomy and Astrophysics Abstract Service This service provides free and unrestricted access to scanned images of journals, conference proceedings and books in Astronomy and Astrophysics. The articles can be accessed in three ways:
  • Through the article service for journals and conference proceedings: Users can query by volume and page number for a specific article.
  • Through the table of contents service: Users can generate a list of all the articles published in an issue of a journal.
  • Through the abstract service: Any abstract for which a scanned article is available will contain in its page additional options allowing users to view or print the article.
The ADS is looking for donations of missing journals . If you can help, please let us know. ADS Home Page CfA Home Page NASA Home Page

62. WWW Virtual Library - Astronomy And Astrophysics
Provides links to online information about astronomy and astrophysics.Category Science Physics astrophysics......

63. STARE Project Home Page - A Search For Extrasolar Planets
STARE uses precise timeseries photometry to search for extrasolar giant planets transiting their parent stars.
STARE ST ellar A R esearch on E xoplanets) uses precise time-series photometry to search for extrasolar giant planets transiting their parent stars. An important byproduct of STARE will be an unusually complete survey of variable stars within its selected fields-of-view. Asteroid 2002NY40 Observed by STARE.
STARE Astronomers detect extrasolar planetary atmosphere.

The STARE telescope has moved.

... Planetary Transits Across a Sun-like Star.

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64. Dep't Of Astronomy Astrophysics Main Page
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65. Winter School: 2nd Bulletin
The main goal of the school is to review major experimental efforts in the particle astrophysics field, their underlying theoretical motivation and implications.

66. Imagine The Universe! Home Page
Dedicated to a discussion about our Universe This site from NASA is intended primarily for ages Category Science Technology Space NASA Education...... Manager? In his work at NASA's Laboratory for High Energy astrophysics, Dr.Mike Tripicco juggles all these responsibilities, and more. Read more.
Welcome to Imagine the Universe! This site is intended for students age 14 and up, and for anyone interested in learning about our universe. If you're looking for grade school level astronomy information, please see the StarChild web site. Enjoy your cosmic journey! NASA Releases Stunning Images Of Our Infant Universe NASA released the best "baby picture" of the Universe ever taken; the image contains such stunning detail that it may be one of the most important scientific results of recent years.
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67. ScienceDaily Magazine: Your Source For The Latest Research News
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68. Imagine The Universe! Dictionary
astrophysics The part of astronomy that deals principally with the physics ofthe universe, including luminosity, density, temperature, and the chemical
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Accumulation of dust and gas onto larger bodies such as stars, planets and moons. accretion disk
A relatively flat sheet of gas and dust surrounding a newborn star, a black hole, or any massive object growing in size by attracting material. active galactic nuclei (AGN)
A class of galaxies which spew massive amounts of energy from their centers, far more than ordinary galaxies. Many astronomers believe supermassive black holes may lie at the center of these galaxies and power their explosive energy output.
A unit of length equal to 0.00000001 centimeters. This may also be written as 1 x 10 cm (see scientific notation angular momentum
A quantity obtained by multiplying the mass of an orbiting body by its velocity and the radius of its orbit. According to the conservation laws of physics, the angular momentum of any orbiting body must remain constant at all points in the orbit, i.e., it cannot be created or destroyed. If the orbit is elliptical the radius will vary. Since the mass is constant, the velocity changes. Thus planets in elliptical orbits travel faster at periastron and more slowly at apastron . A spinning body also possesses spin angular momentum. apastron
The point of greatest separation between two stars which are in orbit around each other. See

Euroconference. Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, UK; 2327 June 2003.
Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK EUROCONFERENCE
(23 - 27 JUNE 2003)

in association with the Newton Institute programme entitled Nonlinear Hyperbolic Waves in Phase Dynamics and Astrophysics (27 January - 11 July 2003) Supported by the European Commission, Research DG, Human Potential Programme, High Level Scientific Conference. Contract number HPCF-CT-2002-00106 Draft Programme Participants Posters
CM Dafermos ( Providence, USA ), PG LeFloch ( Palaiseau, France ), J Smoller ( Ann Arbor, USA ), and J Stewart ( Cambridge, UK Theme of the EuroConference:
Hyperbolic problems in Astrophysics and Cosmology (relativistic compressible fluid models, the Einstein Field equations of General Relativity) are particularly challenging for the applied mathematician. They are essential in order to uncover the structure and formation of the Universe. Main topics: general relativity, linear and nonlinear hyperbolic equations, Riemann solvers, well-posedness theory for the Einstein equations, black hole geometries, interaction of gravity with other force fields, etc Partial list of invited speakers:
C Bona Garcia ( Palma de Mallorca, Spain

70. Risto Raitio's Pages
Includes guidance on popular reading in the subject as well as related links and descriptions of current work in particle physics and astrophysics.
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71. Big Bertha Thing Particle Physics Periodic Table Research
High energy particle physics research project, results and software. Outlandish particle periodic table. Scientific cartoons. Spam attack stategic studies. Documentation on 1st and 2nd battles of cyberspace. astrophysics net ring.
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  • 72. Fermilab Theoretical Astrophysics Group
    Theory Fermilab Theoretical Physics Department. EAG - Fermilab Experimentalastrophysics Group. UC - University of Chicago Astronomy astrophysics.
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    73. Marc Gagné
    Xray astronomy West Chester University astronomy education astrophysics publications NASA Chandra X-ray Observatory
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    74. " An Introduction To Modern Astrophysics " Homepage
    AN INTRODUCTION TO MODERN astrophysics Bradley W. Carroll and Dale A. OstlieAddisonWesley Publishing Company, © 1996 1424 pp., ISBN 0-201-54730-9.
    Bradley W. Carroll and Dale A. Ostlie
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    Dale A. Ostlie and Bradley W. Carroll
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    832 pp., ISBN 0-201-59880-9 These texts are intended to provide juniors and seniors with a comprehensive, up-to-date introduction to the broad discipline of astrophysics, while making extensive use of the fundamental physical ideas introduced in a standard freshman-level calculus-based university physics course. An Introduction to Modern Astrophysics is appropriate for a year-long course, offering a complete overview of all of astrophysics, including observational astronomy, stellar structure and evolution, the solar system, galactic structure and evolution, and cosmology. An Introduction to Modern Stellar Astrophysics is intended for a semester-long course in stellar astrophysics, and is an abbreviated version of the other text. Both texts contain an extensive collection of problems (over 500 in Modern Astrophysics ), including many that focus on the importance of computer modeling in astrophysics.

    75. Astronomy 162: Stars, Galaxies, And Cosmology
    Entire astrophysics course online. Very extensive introduction course to stars.
    Astronomy 162
    Stars, Galaxies, and
    In our first semester of astronomy we were concerned primarily with our own Solar System. In this semester we broaden our perspective and consider the entire Universe. Much of the material for this semester is already on the Web at the Violence in the Cosmos site, but it is arranged in a different order than it will be when the following sequence is completed.
  • Properties of Light
  • Star Clusters (Not Complete)
  • The Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram (Not Complete)
  • Recipe for Stars (Not Complete)
  • Protostars (Not Complete)
  • Life on the Main Sequence (Not Complete)
  • Variable Stars (Not Complete)
  • The Death of Stars like the Sun (Not Complete)
  • Ejection of the Envelope (Not Complete)
  • White Dwarfs and Novae (Not Complete)
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  • Neutron Stars (Not Complete)
  • Pulsars (Not Complete)
  • Black Holes (Not Complete)
  • The Milky Way Galaxy
  • 76. Imperial College Astrophysics
    Welcome to the web site of the astrophysics group at Imperial College,London. The group has interests in cosmology, extragalactic
    home research people contact ... search Welcome to the web site of the Astrophysics group at Imperial College, London. The group has interests in cosmology, extragalactic astrophysics, stellar astrophysics, and particle astrophysics Current major projects include the SIRTF-SWIRE Legacy Survey, the Astro-F survey, involvement in the data centres for HERSCHEL-SPIRE and PLANCK-HFI, the UK Dark Matter Experiment, and LISA. We lead the EU Network 'POE' and are involved in the 'Type Ia supernovae' and 'CMBNET' networks. CLICK TO SEE CURRENT JOB VACANCIES!

    77. Black Holes
    A service of the HighEnergy astrophysics Learning Center. A nice introduction to black holes. Intended for ages 14 and up.
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    78. The Multiwavelength Milky Way
    The astrophysics Data Facility (ADF), located at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
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    Welcome to the new Multiwavelength Milky Way web pages! These pages bring together several data sets to visualize images of our Milky Way galaxy in various wavelength regions. The site's intent is to present and explain how data across the electromagnetic spectrum are used by astronomers to learn about the Milky Way's shape, size, and composition.
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    79. High Energy Astrophysics Division
    HarvardSmithsonian Center for astrophysics High Energy astrophysics Division,
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    Contact: Ms. Patricia Buckley The High Energy Astrophysics Division (HEAD) is part of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Division's main focus is on x-ray astronomy via observations of high-energy sources with instruments aboard satellites, rockets, balloons, and the Space Shuttle. The Division also develops new instrumentation for future space missions to address the physical processes involved in generating X-rays, the amount of matter in the Universe, and the origin, evolution, and ultimate fate of the Universe. Research Activities Programs, Projects, and Missions Databases Education/Outreach Software Preprints/Talks HEAD Personnel
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    80. Glossary Of Astrophysics
    Indexed and crossreferenced glossary of astrophysics terms.Category Reference Dictionaries By Subject Science Physics......No Frames? Go Here.
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