Astronomy Departments Astronomy Departments. A Computational Research Enterprise ( ACORE ) Herbert J. Aarhus Univ. Physics and Astronomy Department ( IFA ) Aarhus Universitet - Det Naturvidenskabelige five of the major radio astronomy institutes in Europe (the European Consortium http://www.cv.nrao.edu/fits/www/yp_dept.html
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Astronomy Institutes And Associations Astronomy MegaLinks Education, Institutes Associations, To Trinity College, Astronomy Education / Institutes . Associations. Astronomy http://www.r-clarke.org.uk/astrolinks_institutes.htm
Extractions: Trinity College Astronomy by DIstance Learning Study astronomy from courses taught by three UK universities Arizona State University (ASU) Aston University Birmingham, United Kingdom. Augustana College Rock Island, Illinois; USA Ball State University Muncie, Indiana, USA. - Physics and Astronomy. Bologna Radio Astronomy Institute Italy Boston University USA. Institute for Astrophysical Research Brown University Providence, Rhode Island, USA. Panetary Geosciences Group/ British Astronomical Association BAA; UK National Organisation, founded in 1890 California State University Cambridge Astronomy Cambridge University, UK Carleton College Northfield, Minnesota, USA Central Bureau for Astronomical Telegrams This is the place to send your discoveries to! CfA Optical and Infrared Astronomy, Harvard
Radio Astronomy Radio 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. a consortium of five of the major radio astronomy institutes in Europe (the European Consortium for VLBI). Since http://www.cv.nrao.edu/fits/www/yp_radio.html
Extractions: The ARO owns and operates two radio telescopes in southern Arizona: The former NRAO 12 Meter (KP12m) Telescope located 50 miles southwest of Tucson on Kitt Peak and the Heinrich Hertz Submillimeter Telescope (HHSMT) located on Mt. Graham near Safford, Arizona. Combined, the two telescopes routinely cover the entire millimeter and submillimeter windows from about 4.6 mm to about 0.6 mm, and at the HHSMT observations can be made all the way to 0.3 mm with PI instruments. The telescopes are operated around-the-clock for about 9 to 10 months per year for a combined 10,000 hours per observing season (about 1500 hours are dedicated to sub-mm wavelengths at the HHSMT). The ARO offices are centrally located in the Steward Observatory building on the campus of the University of Arizona in Tucson Arizona.
Physics And Astronomy Directory physics and astronomy directory, departments, societies, journals, magazines, publishers, companies, buyers guide university and college physics astronomy departments and programs worldwide. Institutes and National Labs. listing of physics and astronomy institutes and national http://www.physlink.com/Directories/Index.cfm
Radio Telescopes Resources European VLBI Network (JIVE / EVN) The European VLBI Network (EVN) was formed in 1980 by a consortium of five of the major radio astronomy institutes in Europe http://cdsweb.u-strasbg.fr/astroweb/radio.html
Extractions: 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.
Other Astronomical Resources astropersons who where (IAC); astronomy institutes in Latin America. Mailing Lists. Sociedad Astronómica de México. astronomy institutes in Latin America. http://www.astro.ugto.mx/~eenens/hot/resources.html
Introduction To 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. http://www.evlbi.org/intro/intro.html
Extractions: Site Navigation 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. 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, The Netherlands
Graduate School Space Research Laboratory, University of Turku. astronomy institutes Division of Astronomy, Department of Physical Sciences, University of Oulu; http://spaceweb.oulu.fi/education/graduate_school/
Extractions: 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.
Extractions: Spring Semester 2001 Last Modification: January 11, 2001 [Courses] [Interesting Web Sites] [Images] [Magazines] ... [Internet/Web] 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 http://www.eckerd.edu/academics/nas/chn/sitescol.html G eneral Interest Sites WWW Virtual Library for Astronomy and Astrophysics WWW Virtual Library - Astronomy Education (New) WWW Virtual Library - Astronomy Education (Old) WWWVL-History of Astronomy ... WWWVL-History of Science, Technology, and Medicine
Links Projects, Press Releases Press Releases, Public Astronomy Public Astronomy, Institute Institute, Links Links. Astronomische Gesellschaft. Swiss astronomy institutes. http://www.astro.unibas.ch/links/linksengl.shtml
Aaron Danos Astronomy HomePage Astronomy Info On the Net. astronomy institutes. ASTRONOMY Magazine. Institute of Astronomy at University of Hawaii. Institute of Technology, Bandung. http://members.aol.com/ADanos3777/
Extractions: AAVSO's=American Association of Variable Star Observers AJ's Cosmic Thing ALPO= Association of Lunar and Planetary Observers APM Galaxy Survey ... Automatic Telescopes on the Internet B Backyard astronomer's photo gallery Baltimore Astronomical Society Battle Point Astronomical Association Bibliographical/Abstract Services ... Burke-Gaffney Observatory C CCD Land CLEA Calculate Local Apparent Sideral Time Calculate Sun/Moon Rise and Set for Other locations ... Comet Home Page from Goddard Space Center Comet Hyakutake Image Archive
JOINT INSTITUTE FOR VLBI IN EUROPE Gurvits and Strom (ASTRON) coordinate the collaboration with the Chinese radio astronomy institutes under the auspices of the KNAWCAS grant. http://www.jive.nl/docs/quarter/q22000.html
Extractions: JOINT INSTITUTE FOR VLBI IN EUROPE Report for the second quarter, 2000 Summary Institute Post-commissioning development on the EVN/MklV Data Processor Dataprocessor Operations ... Summary of work effort Steady progress was made during the quarter in many areas of data processor operations and post-commissioning development. Details are given in sections 2 and 3. Noteworthy is the completion of 13 projects by the operations staff during the quarter including a number of test experiments to check EVN station performance prior to observing session 2. The EVN Support Group again provided support for EVN operations and for individual PIs. A report was issued on the Network Monitoring Experiment carried out in May in session 2, and several other reports were written on other aspects of EVN operations. A total of 15 scientific papers by JIVE staff appeared in print this quarter, and another 6 were submitted for publication. The ESF panel reviewing the EVN and JIVE completed their work and submitted their report for consideration by the Board of the European Science Foundation. The Panel concluded that the scientific program is excellent, the community of users is of a healthy size, and that the funding for JIVE operations and development in the future needs to be placed on a stable and predictable basis. Management The Management Team met on 19 April, 15 May, and 13 June.
ANTARES Collaboration Translate this page Friedrich-Alexander Universitaet Erlangen-Nuernberg, Physikalisches Institut contact G. Anton, Erlangen group server. astronomy institutes. http://antares.in2p3.fr/Collaboration/
Extractions: 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
Astronomy Search Engine Search for astronomy related persons, institutes, or addresses Make an addition or amendment to the "Persons in astronomy" database. The addition and amendment page is currently http://star-www.rl.ac.uk/astrolist/astrosearch.html
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Scientific Colloquia And Seminars At ESO And Neighbouring Institutes Scientific Colloquia and Seminars. at ESO and Neighbouring institutes. HOME. INDEX. SEARCH. HELP. NEWS. Most talks at ESO Garching fall into one of the following categories Munich Joint astronomy Colloquia usually Thursdays at 1615, preceded by tea and coffee at 16 http://www.eso.org/gen-fac/meetings/all-garching-meetings.html
Extractions: at ESO and Neighbouring Institutes HOME INDEX SEARCH HELP ... NEWS Most talks at ESO Garching fall into one of the following categories: Munich Joint Astronomy Colloquia: usually Thursdays at 16:15, preceded by tea and coffee at 16:00. Contact: Wolfram Freudling Luca Pasquini ESO Colloquia / Lunch Talks: usually Tuesdays. Lunch Talks at 12:30, Colloquia at 16:15. Contact: Joao Alves Martino Romaniello Ralf Siebenmorgen Informal Discussions: usually Wednesdays at 11:00, in the ESO `Skylight Room' (4th floor). Contact: Gijs Verdoes-Klein Joe Liske Astronomy Course for Non-Astronomers: Talks by ESO staff or visitors, aimed at a non-specialist audience. Usually Wednesdays at 12:30. Contact: Gero Rupprecht See also the Web page of the ESO Journal Club . Contact: Carlos De Breuck Celine Peroux Here is a link to information about talks at ESO in Chile (Santiago)