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  1. Cosmic Plasma (Astrophysics and Space Science Library) by H. Alfvèn , 1981-02-28
  2. Cores to Clusters: Star Formation with Next Generation Telescopes (Astrophysics and Space Science Library)
  3. Tools of Radio Astronomy (Astronomy and Astrophysics Library) by K. Rohlfs, T.L. Wilson, 2006-04-11
  4. RR Lyrae Stars (Cambridge Astrophysics) by Horace A. Smith, 2004-09-16
  5. Relativistic Fluids and Magneto-fluids: With Applications in Astrophysics and Plasma Physics (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics) by A. M. Anile, 2005-12-15
  6. Solar and Interplanetary Disturbances (World Scientific Series in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Vol. 5) by S. K. Alurkar, 1997-12
  7. Introduction to Stellar Astrophysics: Volume 2 by Erika Böhm-Vitense, 1989-11-24
  8. Hipparcos, the New Reduction of the Raw Data (Astrophysics and Space Science Library) (Astrophysics and Space Science Library) by Floor van Leeuwen, 2007-11-14
  9. Compact Objects in Astrophysics: White Dwarfs, Neutron Stars And by Max Camenzind, 2007
  10. Essays in Nuclear Astrophysics
  11. Astrophysics and Stellar Astronomy (Space Science Text Series) by Thomas L. Swihart, 1969-07
  12. Chaos and Complexity in Astrophysics by Oded Regev, 2006-06-12
  13. Galaxies and Cosmology (Astronomy and Astrophysics Library) by Francoise Combes, Patrick Boisse, et all 1998-05-07
  14. Computational Plasma Physics: With Applications To Fusion And Astrophysics (Frontiers in Physics) by TAJIMA Tajima , 2004-07-24

101. UCSC - Department Of Astronomy Astrophysics
This lecture is presented by the UCSC Astronomy and astrophysics Department and UCO/Lick Observatory as part of the Halliday Lecture Series, made possible by a

102. University Of Chicago Department Of Astronomy & Astrophysics
Colloquia and Seminars
Department Resources UChicago
Colloquia and Seminars
Department Resources ...

103. An Introduction To Modern Astrophysics Homepage
AN INTRODUCTION TO MODERN astrophysics Bradley W. Carroll and Dale A. Ostlie AddisonWesley Publishing Company, © 1996 1424 pp., ISBN 0-201-54730-9.

104. 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:

Center for astrophysics and Space AstronomyTour of CASA. Publications. Employees. Projects. IMAGE GALLERY. CONTACT US. MEMBERS DIRECTORY. RESEARCH PROJECTS AAS OBSERV REPORT. CASA

106. Kluwer Academic Publishers - Astrophysics And Space Science
Publishes original contributions, invited reviews and conference proceedings over the entire range of astronomy and astrophysics. It publishes observational and theoretical papers as well as those concerned with the techniques of instrumentation. Observational papers can include data from groundbased, space, and atmospheric facilities.
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107. IUCAA
The InterUniversity Centre for Astronomy and astrophysics (IUCAA) is an autonomus institution set up by the University Grants Commission to promote nucleation

108. University Of Cambridge: Department Of Physics: Astrophysics Group
Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory
Astrophysics Group
Department of Physics University of Cambridge Dept of Physics
The Astrophysics Group
at the Cavendish Laboratory
manages a wide-ranging programme
of research, and runs the
Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory
situated at Lord's Bridge Information about
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109. Darwin Home Page - Space Infrared Interferometer - Planet Finding Mission
Designed for 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

110. UMIST Astrophysics Group
astrophysics Group, Department of Physics. Welcome. information on astrophysics at UMIST, including links to individual home pages.

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

Institute of Theoretical astrophysics, Oslo 02). Studying, Studying astronomy. astrophysics Library, astrophysics Library. Latest News from our institute, Institute Newspage. Internal

113. WebStars: Astrophysics In Cyberspace
This list of astronomical resources created by the High Energy astrophysics Science Archive Research Center (HEASARC) at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. It is intended as a resource for users who have a general interest in astronomical topics.
What's New

Site Map

NASA Homepage
... HEASARC Quick Links
-Quick Links- -Archive Interfaces- Argus: proposal info Astrobrowse: worldwide catalog search Browse: search HEASARC archives NVO Data Inventory Service 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 Hera: remote data analysis service 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 -Resources- Bibliography Contact Info History of High-Energy Astronomy Meetings Staff Tour the site What's New APOD: Astronomy Picture of the Day Ask an Astronomer HEASARC Picture of the Week Images, Spectra, Light curves Imagine the Universe! StarChild (K-8 EPO) WebStars: gen. astronomy info/news

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

115. California Institute For Physics And Astrophysics - Zero Point
The California Institute for Physics and astrophysics (CIPA) focuses on research in electrodynamics, relativity, gravitation, inertia and the quantum vacuum

116. Greg Kochanski
Research results and papers in astrophysics and linguistics.
Greg Kochanski Greg Kochanski
Phonetics Laboratory
Oxford University
41 Wellington Square
Oxford OX1 2JF
United Kingdom Papers ... Oxford Last Modified Fri Jun 4 00:03:27 2004 Greg Kochanski: [ Mail Home

117. Theoretical Astrophysics Program - University Of Arizona
Graduate Student Research Prize in Theoretical astrophysics. Members of the Theoretical astrophysics Program. Other Astronomy and astrophysics WWW Sites.

118. NASA GISS: Software Tools
Code for climate modeling, radiation, and astrophysics.
+ View the NASA Portal
This section of the GISS website provides links to various self-contained, downloadable software products and tools which have been developed by GISS personnel, either for specific research purposes or for more general analytic use. This index is still being assembled and may not list all software tools available on the GISS site.
Data Visualization
  • Panoply Java application for plotting globally gridded data arrays stored using the netCDF standard.
Climate Modeling
  • GISS ModelE FORTRAN 90 source and documentiation for a current version of the GISS series of coupled atmosphere-ocean models. Includes a complete rewrite of the Model II' physics with greater flexibility and more options. These include better representations of the stratosphere, tracer components and various ocean models. GISS AOM FORTRAN source and documentation for the 1999 version of the GISS Atmosphere-Ocean Model.
  • T-Matrix Codes FORTRAN source code for computing electromagnetic scattering by nonspherical and aggregated particles. Bidirectional Reflection Codes FORTRAN source code for computing bidirectional reflection function for a semi-infinite homogeneous slab composed of arbitrarily shaped, randomly oriented particles.

119. Nuclear Astrophysics Data
This is an area for providing nuclear data for astrophysics calculations, such as nucleosynthesis, stellar evolution, the Big Bang, and supernova dynamics.

120. FITS Support Office
A format adopted by the astronomical community for data interchange and archival storage. The FITS Support Office is responsible for documenting the FITS standard, participating in its evolution, and advising NASA astrophysics missions on how to present their data in FITS format.
Home News Docs WCS ... Resources
The FITS Support Office
What is FITS?
  • The standard data format used in astronomy
  • Stands for 'Flexible Image Transport System'
  • Endorsed by NASA and the International Astronomical Union
  • Much more than just another image format (such as JPG or GIF)
  • Used for the transport, analysis, and archival storage of scientific data sets
    • Multi-dimensional arrays: 1D spectra, 2D images, 3D+ data cubes
    • Tables containing rows and columns of information
    • Header keywords provide descriptive information about the data
    Information about FITS
    Go to the old FITS Support Office web pages Home News Docs ... Resources Last revised: Monday, 05-Jan-2004 18:05:59 EST

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