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  1. Unsolved Problems in Astrophysics
  2. Introduction to High-Energy Astrophysics by Stephan Rosswog, Marcus Bruggen, 2007-09-03
  3. Radiative Processes in Astrophysics by George B. Rybicki, Alan P. Lightman, 1985-03-26
  4. An Invitation to Astrophysics (World Scientific Series in Astronomy and Astrophysic) (World Scientific Series in Astronomy and Astrophysic) by Thanu Padmanabhan, 2006-02-07
  5. Conversations on Electric and Magnetic Fields in the Cosmos (Princeton Series in Astrophysics) by Eugene N. Parker, 2007-01-29
  6. Theoretical Astrophysics, Volume II: Stars and Stellar Systems by T. Padmanabhan, 2001-04-23
  7. Theoretical Astrophysics: Volume 1, Astrophysical Processes (Theoretical Astrophysics) by T. Padmanabhan, 2000-10-02
  8. The Universe in X-Rays (Astronomy and Astrophysics Library)
  9. A Companion to Astronomy and Astrophysics: Chronology and Glossary with Data Tables by Kenneth R. Lang, 2006-06-19
  10. Plasma Physics for Astrophysics (Princeton Series in Astrophysics) by Russell M. Kulsrud, 2004-12-13
  11. Astrophysics Volume 1 by Bowers, 1984-01-01
  12. Handbook of Space Astronomy and Astrophysics by Martin V. Zombeck, 2006-12-25
  13. Introduction to Stellar Astrophysics: Volume 3 (Introduction to Stellar Astrophysics) by Erika Böhm-Vitense, 1992-01-31
  14. Methods of Celestial Mechanics: Volume I: Physical, Mathematical, and Numerical Principles (Astronomy and Astrophysics Library) by Gerhard Beutler, 2004-12-22

21. UC Santa Barbara Astrophysics Home Page
The UC Santa Barbara astrophysics Project. WELCOME. to our astrophysics Web site at the Physics department of UCSB
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22. SpringerLink - Publication
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23. VUW | SCPS - School Of Chemical And Physical Sciences
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.
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24. Imagine The Universe! Dictionary
This site is intended for students age 14 and up, and for anyone interested in learning about our universe. of celestial bodies and phenomena. astrophysics. The part of astronomy that deals principally with the It was previously named the Advanced Xray astrophysics Facility (AXAF).
Imagine the Universe! Dictionary
Please allow the whole page to load before you start searching for an entry. Otherwise, errors will occur. A B C D ... Z (Note - Greek letters are written out by name - alpha, beta etc.)
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 perihelion and more slowly at aphelion . 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

25. WebStars Astrophysics In Cyberspace
WebStars astrophysics in Cyberspace. This list of astronomical resource of terms. History of Astronomy and astrophysics. 4000 years of

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.

27. Oxford Astrophysics
OXFORD astrophysics. FOR VISITORS About Us How to Find Us JOBS Jobs and Research Positions GRADUATE STUDIES Information for Prospective

28. Science Education Department -- Harvard-Smithsonian
Develops curricula, videos and activities to enhance learning of scientific topics. Includes list of projects and staff.
T SED research and materials are widely available through print and CD-ROM, on the Internet and television, by teleconferencing, and at workshops and teacher conferences. Through its efforts, the SED aims to advance the public's understanding of astronomy and the physical sciences. Support for SED projects comes from the National Science Foundation, the Annenberg/CPB Projects, NASA, the Department of Commerce, and others. Additional support is provided by the Smithsonian Institution, Harvard College Observatory, and the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. Projects People Resources View SED-produced programming on-demand, on broadband, at the Annenberg/CPB Channel site . Online video includes recent teacher professional development workshops: Private Universe Project in Math Science in Focus: Energy , and Science in Focus: Force and Motion Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Science Education Department
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29. NASA ADS: ADS Home Page
Free online abstracts and fulltext papers in astronomy, astrophysics, planetary sciences, and solar physics.
ADS Services Search Browse Mirrors Feedback ... What's new Other NASA Centers CXC HEASARC IRSA LAMBDA ... SPITZER Related Sites AAS ADEC CDS IAU ... Preprints CfA CfA CfA Preprints Chandra Harvard University ...
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The Astrophysics Data System (ADS) is a NASA-funded project which maintains four bibliographic databases containing more than 3.9 million records: Astronomy and Astrophysics, Instrumentation, Physics and Geophysics, and preprints in Astronomy. The main body of data in the ADS consists of bibliographic records, which are searchable through our Abstract Service query forms , and full-text scans of much of the astronomical literature which can be browsed though our Browse interface
For more information, please read our page detailing the Terms and Conditions regulating the use of our resources.
In addition to its databases, the ADS provides access and pointers to a wealth of external resources, including electronic articles, data catalogs and archives. We currently have links to over 4.0 million records maintained by our collaborators.
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30. Kluwer Academic Publishers - Astrophysics
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31. All About Amazing Astronomy
Basic information on astronomy and astrophysics.
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32. Kluwer Academic Publishers - Astrophysics
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33. 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.

34. RSSD - Research Science Home Page
ESA Home, Research Science Home, SciTech Portal. astrophysics, Planetary Exploration, Solar Terrestrial Science, Fundamental Physics, Science Operations, Research.

35. Laser Star Astrophysics
Plasma recombination lasers in rapidly cooled stellar atmospheres (plasma laser astrophysics) including history of the laser and astronomical spectroscopy.

36. University Of Chicago Department Of Astronomy Astrophysics
UChicago 5640 S. Ellis Ave, Chicago, IL 60637 773702-8203 Colloquia and Seminars Department Resources. Yerkes Observatory.

37. SAO Telescope Data Center
Creates, and maintains software to process and archive data from optical telescopes at the Oak Ridge Observatory in Harvard, Massachusetts, Whipple Observatory, and Multiple Mirror Telescope on Mt. Hopkins in Arizona. The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) is part of the Harvard Smithsonian Center for astrophysics (CfA) in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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38. NRC-HIA Web Site Has Moved / Site Web De L'IHA-CNRC A Déménagé
NRC Herzberg Institute of astrophysics Expertise that delivers across the entire spectrum.
NRC-HIA Web Site Has Moved Due to this move and the restructuring of our site, old bookmarks will need to be updated. Sorry for the inconvenience.

39. Download Files
BRUCE and KYLIE are Fortran 77 codes by Rich Townsend which calculate synthetic spectra for stars undergoing nonradial pulsation (NRP). TLUSTY and SYNSPEC are Fortran 77 codes by Ivan Hubeny and Thierry Lanz for calculating synthetic plane-parallel stellar atmospheres and associated spectra, respectively.
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This page offers downloads for both codes that I have written, and data which accompanies scientific papers which I have written. The following downloads are on offer:
  • Source code for the BRUCE / KYLIE pulsation modeling codes Source code for the Fortran 95 module , which provides a varying-length string data type conformant to the API specified in ISO/IEC 1539-2:2000 Patches to enable the TLUSTY / SYNSPEC model atmosphere codes to be compiled using the GNU g77 compiler Data to accompany the scientific paper ` Photometric modeling of slowly-pulsating B stars ' (MNRAS, 330, 855) Animations to accompany the scientific paper ` Interactions between Rotation and Pulsation ' (Proc. IAU Symposium 215)
BRUCE and KYLIE are state-of-the-art FORTRAN 77 codes which calculate synthetic spectra for stars undergoing non-radial pulsation (NRP). These codes are freely distributed, in open-source format, under the GNU General Public License . The source may be downloaded using one of the following links (all files are in UNIX .tar.gz format). File Date Comments bruce-2.84-3.tar.gz

40. AAVSO Hands-On Astrophysics Home Page
HandsOn astrophysics, an educational project of the AAVSO, is an invitation to embark upon a journey into the very hearts of starsto listen to and observe

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