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  1. Tools of Radio Astronomy (Astronomy and Astrophysics Library) by Thomas L. Wilson, Kristen Rohlfs, et all 2009-02-13
  2. Fundamentals of Solar Astronomy (World Scientific Series in Astronomy and Astrophysics) by Arvind Bhatnagar; William Livingston, 2005-04-15
  3. Supernovae and Nucleosynthesis (Princeton Series in Astrophysics) by David Arnett, 1996-03-04
  4. High Energy Radiation from Black Holes: Gamma Rays, Cosmic Rays, and Neutrinos (Princeton Series in Astrophysics) by Charles D. Dermer, Govind Menon, 2009-09-21
  5. Stellar Spectral Classification (Princeton Series in Astrophysics) by Richard O. Gray, Christopher J. Corbally, 2009-03-09
  6. Stellar Atmospheres (A Series of books in astronomy and astrophysics) by Dimitri Mihalas, 1978-05
  7. Recollections of "Tucson Operations": The Millimeter-Wave Observatory of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (Astrophysics and Space Science Library) by M.A. Gordon, 2010-11-30
  8. The Victorian Amateur Astronomer: Independent Astronomical Research in Britain 1820-1920 (Wiley PRAXIS Series in Astronomy & Astrophysics) by Allan Chapman, 1999-01-12
  9. Observational Astrophysics (Astronomy and Astrophysics Library) by Pierre Lena, Francois Lebrun, et all 2010-11-02
  10. High Energy Astrophysics: Volume 2, Stars, the Galaxy and the Interstellar Medium (Volume 0) by Malcolm S. Longair, 1994-08-26
  11. The Stars (Astronomy and Astrophysics Library) by Evry L. Schatzman, Francoise Praderie, 1993-06-04
  12. Astrophysics, Clocks and Fundamental Constants (Lecture Notes in Physics)
  13. Radio Astrophysics: Nonthermal Processes in Galactic and Extragalactic Sources (A Series of books in astronomy and astrophysics) by A.G. Pacholczyk, 1970-09-21
  14. Astronomy & Astrophysics with CD-ROM (Physics) (Physics (Infinity Science Press)) by A. B. Bhattacharya, S. Joardar, et all 2008-04-18

81. Swinburne Centre For Astrophysics And Supercomputing

82. Astrophysics At Stanford
astrophysics at Stanford. Progress on upgrade of this facility is describedhere. astrophysics Seminars. CSSA seminars CSSA offers
Astrophysics at Stanford
Welcome to the homepage for Astrophysics at Stanford. Updates are few and far between, but nominally still under construction.
Not everyone is here.

83. Experimental High Energy
Brief details of the departments work with the D0, g2 and MACRO experiments, and its work designing detector components.
Experimental High Energy Physics and Astrophysics Faculty Members S. Ahlen, J. Butler, R. Carey, U. Heintz, E. Kearns, J. Miller,
M. Narain, B.L. Roberts, J. Rohlf, J. Stone, L. Sulak, J.S. Whitaker Experimentalists in high-energy physics are probing at the smallest scales of length to learn about the fundamental nature of elementary particles and the interactions between them. In addition they are performing precision tests of the standard model and searching for new physics beyond it. The goal of experimental astrophysics is to determine the nature of the universe through observations of radiation reaching the Earth from space. For further links to our research efforts, see:

84. Laser Star Astrophysics
Plasma recombination lasers in rapidly cooled stellar atmospheres (plasma laser astrophysics) including Category Science Astronomy Stars......Plasma Laser astrophysics. Plasma recombination lasers in rapidly cooledstellar atmospheres. Physicist Dr. YP Varshni of the University
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.

85. Astronomy & Astrophysics
A European Journal that publishes papers on all aspects of astronomy and astrophysics theoretical, observational and instrumental, independently of the techniques used to obtain the results numerical analysis, optical, radio, particles, and space vehicles.
23 Mar 03 First visit Contacts EDPS' sites France ... FAQ Rapid menu Journals' home Journal home page Inquiries Subscription How to publish in... More ... Access to issues Latest issue Issues of the year Forthcoming Archives Special issues V P -> Journal home page All about... Announcement Aims and scope Editorial board Online edition Dispatch dates Inquiries Forthcoming papers E-mail alert Contact us Subscription Prices User's license Registration form Propose this journal How to publish in... Instructions for authors Publishing tools More... Useful links Journal home page An International Weekly Journal
A Merging of (Springer Verlag, 1969-2000)
and (EDP Sciences, 1980-2000).
Editors-in-Chief: C. Bertout, H.J. Habing Letter Editor: P. Schneider ISSN (Print Edition): 0004-6361
ISSN (Electronic Edition): 1432-0746
Frequency: Four Times per Month Masthead ESO Recognized by the European Physical Society
Propose this journal

(Dec. 2002)
Instructions to authors
(Nov. 2002) See annoucement. Tables of contents are located here EDP Sciences

86. Astrophysics Source Code Library: Archive
astrophysics Source Code Library Archive. This archive is indexed by subjectheadings approved by the major journals in astronomy and astrophysics.
Astrophysics Source Code Library:
Archive New Search Submit ... About Archive
New Editor-in-Chief wanted for This archive is indexed by subject headings approved by the major journals in astronomy and astrophysics. A single code may be listed under multiple subject headings. accretion disks DUSTY: Radiation transport in a dusty environment
XSTAR: A program for calculating conditions and spectra of photoionized gases
Kallman, T.
astrochemistry CSENV: A code for the chemistry of CircumStellar ENVelopes
Mamon, G. A.
astrometry StarFinder: A code for stellar field analysis
Diolaiti, E. et al.
astronomical data bases: miscellaneous CHIANTI: A database for astrophysical emission line spectroscopy
CHIANTI Consortium
atomic data CHIANTI: A database for astrophysical emission line spectroscopy CHIANTI Consortium atomic processes CHIANTI: A database for astrophysical emission line spectroscopy CHIANTI Consortium

87. Los Alamos National Laboratory - Theoretical Astrophysics (T-6)
Theoretical astrophysics (T6). T-6 galaxy icon This is the home page of theTheoretical astrophysics group at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Theoretical Astrophysics (T-6)
This is the home page of the Theoretical Astrophysics group at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Documentation is available on the following topics: Elsewhere on the Web Other Resources Local Resources ( addresses only) A list of many of the sites that point to this server is available.

88. AMNH Astrophysics Home Page
Research programs in theoretical and observational astronomy.
Welcome to the Homepage of the
Department of Astrophysics
The members of the Department of Astrophysics conduct research programs in observational, theoretical, and computational astrophysics. We also provide curatorial support for the Frederick Phineas and Sandra Priest Rose Center for Earth and Space, giving scientific voice to the Dorothy Cullman Hall of the Universe, the Astrobulletin, and the Hayden Planetarium.
Our department has close ties to Columbia University through the Columbia Department of Astronomy and the Barnard College Department of Physics and Astronomy. Graduate students at Columbia have the opportunity to conduct their research here at the AMNH Astrophysics Department. We also have a long-standing connection with the Department of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates
for Summer 2003 in Physical Sciences at AMNH
Who We Are
Astronomy Tools
Department Seminars
The Omega Nebula, Messier 17 (NGC 6618) ...
American Museum of Natural History homepage

Our phone number is 212-769-5900 and our FAX number is 212-769-5007.
Have a question or comment? Contact:

89. Theoretical Astrophysics Center / TAC Copenhagen Homepage
Research center in Denmark on the structure of space, galaxies, and stars.Category Science Physics astrophysics Institutions......THEORETICAL astrophysics CENTER. TAC Copenhagen WWW Homepage. Theoreticalastrophysics Center Juliane Maries Vej 30 Dk2100 KĂžbenhavn
TAC Copenhagen WWW Homepage
Theoretical Astrophysics Center
Juliane Maries Vej 30
Tel: +45 - 353 25900
Fax: +45 - 353 25910
TAC Aarhus WWW homepage
Local information: Welcome to TAC - Some hints for new users of the computersystem.
General A information
on TAC
People at TAC

Rockefeller maps

How to get to TAC

TAC Library
... NBIfAFG Seminars and Colloquia
Computing Documentation:
Information for users of the TAC Computer System (local access only) Computing Issues - Update the file /usr/tac/local/www/home/computing.html with your ideas, questions and bug reports. IDL home page (at RSI, Boulder, Colorado) latex2html manual Xmgr Online Manuals LaTeX HTML Help LaTeX2e manuals
Some astronomical starting points:
In general
An incredible bank of Astro links! A very nice and extensive list of astronomical www-sources (STScI version)
Meetings, News etc.
International Astronomy Conferences and Meetings Recent HST Images
Bulletin Boards, Databases, Resources etc
SISSA preprint archive UNcover Article/paper database ADS (The Classical Version) ADS Abstract Service via WWW.

90. Darwin Home Page - Space Infrared Interferometer - Planet Finding Mission
Darwin Mission Home Page. Darwin is a space infrared interferometer to do general astrophysics and search for signs of life on Earthlike planets orbiting nearby stars. It is a candidate cornerstone 9 for a European Space Agency mission in 2015.
Main Mission Status Planets ... Links
Aims: Characterising planetary systems orbiting nearby stars Searching for signs of life on any Earth-like planets found Performing general astrophysics The European Space Agency has selected the "InfraRed Space Interferometer - Darwin" as a mission for its Horizons 2000 programme. Selection of a launch date, probably at or after 2015, will be made on cost, science and technology grounds sometime before then. These pages give some information on this project, and thus are supplementry to the official ESA Darwin website. See also ESA Science and ESA RSSD Astrophysics A description of the interferometer and the science may be found in the mission page. Darwin spacecraft Detecting Venus, Earth, and Mars 30 light-years away Detecting life on an Earth-like planet 30 light-years away Caption
Other Darwin pictures
High Res pic Caption ... Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) Page last modified - 2002 May 17th

91. Indian Institute Of Astrophysics > Home Page
The Indian Institute of astrophysics traces its origin to the Madras Observatory,started in 1786, and moved to Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, in 1899.
Tel: Fax: EMail: Voicemail:
Grad. Studies
Research The Indian Institute of Astrophysics traces its origin to the Madras Observatory, started in 1786, and moved to Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, in 1899. Later renamed as the Kodaikanal Observatory, it has been functioning as a full-fledged solar and stellar observatory. In its present form, the Indian Institute of Astrophysics was set up in 1971 as an autonomous research institution to conduct research in Astronomy, Astrophysics, and allied areas of Physics. The institute is funded by the Department of Science and Technology , Government of India. The main campus is located in Koramangala, in the south-eastern part of the city of Bangalore and its field stations are at Kodaikanal Kavalur Gauribidanur Hanle and Hosakote QUICK LINKS Ask An Astronomer Astronomy News Guest Book How to Reach IIA ... JEST 2003 This site is best viewed on Internet Explorer 4+
Please mail your comments to website . Last Updated : July 16, 2002

The SIGRAV Graduate School in Contemporary Relativity and Gravitational Physics is held annually at the Centre for Scientific Culture Alessandro Volta , Villa Olmo, Como. It is primarily addressed to PhD students and young researchers in Physics and Mathematics who are interested in general relativity, astrophysics, experimental gravity and the quantum theories of gravitation.
Supported by:
  • SIGRAV (Italian Society for Gravitational Physics),
  • National Research Project "Singularities, Integrability, Symmetries",
  • SISSA (Trieste),
  • University of Insubria (Como-Varese),
  • Departmente of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics of the University of Insubria at Como,
  • Physics Department of the University of Milan,
  • Physics Department of the University of Turin,
  • Physics Department of the University of Rome "La Sapienza",
  • Physics Department of the University of Rome "Tor Vergata",
  • Physics Department of the University of Pavia.
Download the first circular (Latex file) See the programme (PDF) The SIGRAV Graduate School in Contemporary Relativity and Gravitational Physics is held annually at the Centre for Scientific Culture "Alessandro Volta", Villa Olmo, Como. It is primarily addressed to PhD students and young researchers in Physics and Mathematics who are interested in general relativity, astrophysics, experimental gravity and the quantum theories of gravitation. In 2001 the School will be a joint venture with the School on Algebraic Geometry and Physics organized by the Mathematical Physics Group of the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) in Trieste. The School on Algebraic Geometry and Physics is part of a series of events that SISSA is organizing since 1996 aiming at fostering the interaction between mathematicians working in pure algebraic geometry and researchers who are interested in applications of algebraic geometry to physics, especially string theory and integrable systems. Information on the "Algebraic Geometry and Physics'' series is available from the web page

93. Faculty Profile: Bernard F. Burke
Professor of astrophysics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A profile of Bernard Burke and his work in radio astronomy
Boston native and William A.M. Burden Professor of Astrophysics Bernard R. Burke completed his SB in 1950 and PhD in 1953 at MIT. In 1953, he joined the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism at the Carnegie Institution in Washington and became a section manager in 1957. Upon his return to MIT in 1965 as Professor of Physics, Professor Burke introduced interferometric techniques at the Haystack Radio Observatory in Westford, Massachusetts. As leader of RLE's research group in this area, he shared the 1971 Rumford Prize awarded by the Academy of A rts and Sciences. Together with the National Radio Astronomy Observatory and the Canadian National Research Council, his research group developed techniques for very-long-baseline interferometry (VLBI). This method uses atomic frequency standards to synchronize radio teles copes at remote locations around the world and has improved angular resolution for radio telescopes by 1000-fold. Professor Burke's group was also first to conduct inter- and transcontinental VLBI. Recently, he has served as the U.S. principal investigato r to develop orbiting VLBI stations and has also participated in European and Soviet VLBI mission studies. He has served as Visiting Professor at the University of Leiden (1971-72), Sherman Fairchild Scholar at the California Institute of Technology (1984- 85), and held a Smithsonian Regents Fellowship in 1985. In 1963, he received the Warner Prize of the Amer ican Astronomical Society and, in 1988, was corecipient of a NASA Group Achievement Award. He served as President of the American Astronomical Society (1986-88), is Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and was elected to the National Acade my of Sciences in 1970. He chairs and serves on several advisory boards for NASA and the National Science Foundation, and participates on the editorial boards of many professional journals.

94. Irreversiblesystems
A New Dynamics, with Newtonian Dynamics as a special case. Applicable in insect flight, and astrophysics. THE DYNAMICS OF IRREVERSIBLE MECHANICAL SYSTEMS. These studies started during the Seventies; the more significant ones, officially registered, are: Algunas consideraciones acerca de las Ecuaciones Cardinales de la Dinamica y el Segundo Principio de la Termodinamica. Pamplona. 1974. La afirmacion del "Pricipio de Mach" y sus consecuencias dinamicas. Ed. ETSA, University of Navarra. Pamplona. 1976. Los Fundamentos Cosmologicos de la Mecanica y las Leyes Fundamentales de la Dinamica .. Ed. "Anuario Filosofico". University of Navarra. Pamplona. 1976. Vol. IX, pp. 325–378. This Study was reprinted in 1993, being rectified some obscure and even erroneous mathenmatical aspects. Sustentacion no aerodinamica de determinados insectos . Barcelona. 1977. Metafisica de la Dinamica y sus consecuencias Fisicas. Barcelona. 1977. Dinamica del Punto Material . Barcelona. 1981. Dinamica de Sistemas Mecanicos Irreversibles. Barcelona. First Edition 1985. This edition is now reprinted, and also revised and amplified in some esential physical aspects.

95. Princeton University Astrophysics Library Home Page
NASA's astrophysics Data System to search abstracts, journal tables of contentsor IAU circulars. New books received this month at the astrophysics Library. Category Reference Education Libraries and Museums

Princeton University
Library Peyton Hall AAS ... Ready Ref
Electronic journals
Bibliographic databases
Astronomical catalogs and data archives
Oxford English Dictionary Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary Web of Online Dictionaries Encyclopedia Britannica ... LEXIS-NEXIS Academic Universe Last updated on 12 March 2003 by Jane Holmquist -

96. Paul Kondratko's Home Page
Contains my scientific and school related publications, presentations and reference material for physics, astrophysics, and mathematics coursework.

97. IMSA Astrophysics
astrophysics. Welcome to astrophysics at IMSA Spring Semester, 2003. Introduction.astrophysics is the study of astronomical processes through the use of physics.
Welcome to Astrophysics at IMSA
Spring Semester, 2003
Astrophysics is the study of astronomical processes through the use of physics. Where astronomy traditionally is based on observing, astrophysics applies the principles of physics to ask "why?" and to make predictions. Asking "why?" sounds a lot like " inquiry " doesn't it? It is the intention of this course and this web site to offer students a portal into inquiry in the space sciences. Here you will find many resources developed in-house and many more links to non-IMSA sites. You will not find this site to be an online textbook or a cookie-cutter course aimed at teaching you everything there is to know about astrophysics. It is, instead, your springboard for inquiry into the subject The basic structure of the course is rather fluid. It is designed so that the student can investigate questions of interest or pertinence in the space sciences. The course covers the basic topics from any good astrophysics course, but is designed around four central topics:
The size and scale of the universe
Energy and matter in the universe
Evolution of the universe (beginning with the Big Bang)
Observing our universe

98. UCSC - Department Of Astronomy & Astrophysics
Department of Astronomy and astrophysics at UCSC. Site includes descriptions of faculty and student Category Science Astronomy Research Centers......UCSC is one of the world's leading centers for both observational andtheoretical research in astronomy and astrophysics. The department
Skip Astronomy Home Directory Research ... Online UCSC is one of the world's leading centers for both observational and theoretical research in astronomy and astrophysics. The department includes twenty-two faculty members, whose research interests range from the Solar System and the Milky Way to the most distant galaxies in the Universe and the most fundamental questions of cosmology. There are typically over a dozen postdoctoral researchers in residence, as well as a dedicated and skilled technical staff and a steady stream of visiting scientists. The UCSC department was recently ranked first in the country in research impact, based on citation studies. UCSC is also a leader in astrophysics education. The department currently enrolls about twenty-five students working towards the Ph.D. degree. Graduate students benefit from the low student-faculty ratio in the department and extensive research opportunities, as well as course offerings that cover both theoretical and observational aspects of astronomy. UCSC alumni hold positions at leading universities and research institutes around the world. The department offers an undergraduate minor in Astrophysics, and collaborates with the Physics department to offer an undergraduate major in Astrophysics. The department is involved in several major interdisciplinary research projects. The Center for Adaptive Optics is an NSF Science and Technology Center that is studying new optical correction techniques with applications in both astronomy and vision science. It is based at UCSC, but involves researchers from nearly two dozen academic, governmental, and industrial partners. The Center for the Origin, Dynamics and Evolution of Planets is part of UCSC's branch of the Institute for Geophysics and Planetary Physics. It brings together members of the Astronomy, Earth Sciences, and Physics departments to study planets in our Solar System and around other stars. Members of the Astronomy department interested in cosmology and high energy astrophysics also interact frequently with colleagues in the Physics department and the Santa Cruz Institute for Particle Physics.

99. NC State Astrophysics
Theoretical astrophysics at North Carolina State University. astrophysics Researchat NC State Undergraduate Research Publications Astronomy Resource Guide
Theoretical Astrophysics
North Carolina State University
Astrophysics Research at NC State
Undergraduate Research


Astronomy Resource Guide
... NC State University Raleigh, NC 27695-8202 Last modified June 30 1998.

100. Welcome To Physics Connect
A web database with more than 80 Elsevier science journals with peer reviewed articles on Astronomy astrophysics, Condensed Matter, Nuclear and High Energy Physics, Nonlinear, Statistical Applied Physics, Optics, Radiation, Surfaces Interfaces, Ultrasonics
Contact Help Privacy Policy Select your field of interest below: Condensed Matter Nuclear and High Energy Physics Optics Radiation ... Ultrasonics
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