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         Space Physics:     more books (100)
  1. Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy: Principles and Applications (Physics of Earth and Space Environments) by Ulrich Platt, Jochen Stutz, 2008-05
  2. Astroparticle, Particle And Space Physics, Detectors And Medical Physics Applications (Proceedings of the 9th Italian Conference)
  3. Phase Space Picture of Quantum Mechanics: Group Theoretical Approach (Lecture Notes in Physics Series) by Y. S. Kim, Marilyn E. Noz, 1991-03
  4. Space medium: The key to unified physics by Thomas G Barnes, 1986
  5. Magnetohydrodynamics: Waves and Shock Waves in Curved Space-Time (Mathematical Physics Studies) by A. Lichnerowicz, 1994-04-30
  6. Radio Recombination Lines: Their Physics and Astronomical Applications (Astrophysics and Space Science Library) by M.A. Gordon, R.L. Sorochenko, 2002-11-15
  7. Nuclear Reactions in Stellar Surfaces and Their Relations With Stellar Evolution (Topics in Astrophysics and Space Physics) by H. Reeves, 1971-01-01
  8. Atmospheres and Ionospheres of the Outer Planets and Their Satellites (Physics and Chemistry in Space) by S. K. Atreya, 1987-01
  9. The Geometry of Lagrange Spaces: Theory and Applications (Fundamental Theories of Physics) by R. Miron, M. Anastasiei, 1994-01
  10. Solar Physics and Space Weather Instrumentation 2 (Proceedings of Spie)
  11. Physics of the Inner Heliosphere II: Particles, Waves and Turbulence (Physics and Chemistry in Space)
  12. Molecular Processes in Space (Physics of Atoms and Molecules)
  14. The Physics of Space by Richard Manliffe, Sutton, 1965-06

101. SSDOO Education: Activities For Students
space science activities for elementary and secondary students in astronomy, physics, life sciences, and space technology.
Space Science Activities for Students
The following activities are sponsored by current and former SSDOO staff members:
The following activities are recommended for students in the Greenbelt, MD vicinity:
Other Useful Links: Return to SSDOO Education home page Author: Carolyn Ng Contact Person: Nathan L. James,, (301)286-9789

102. Dan's Astronomy/physics And Cool Related Links
Links to astronomy and physics sites.
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Most Powerful Explosion Since the Big Bang
Credit: S. G. Djorgovski, S. R. Kulkani ( W.M. Keck Observatory
What's so remarkable about the object in the center of the above photograph? For one thing, it is very bright, considering it is about twelve billion light-years distantso bright that, for a second or two, its light equaled the combined light output of the rest of the universe! This is the optical transient counterpart of a tremendous gamma ray burst (GRB). During a brief 50-second time span, this GRB released as much energy as several hundred supernovae , making it the most powerful explosion known in the universe since the original Big Bang. GRB 971214 is so named because it was detected on 14 December, 1997, by the Italian/Dutch BeppoSAX satellite and NASA's Compton Gamma Ray Observatory . This image was made by the Keck telescope . Since GRBs have posed an enigma to astronomers. What is the nature of these tremendous explosions?

103. [quant-ph/9912054] Holomorphic Methods In Mathematical Physics
This set of lecture notes by Brian C. Hall gives an introduction to holomorphic function spaces as used in mathematical physics. The emphasis is on the SegalBargmann space and the canonical commutation relations.
Quantum Physics, abstract
From: Brian C. Hall [ view email ] Date ( ): Sat, 11 Dec 1999 20:51:37 GMT (55kb) Date (revised v2): Thu, 14 Sep 2000 23:07:02 GMT (56kb)
Holomorphic Methods in Mathematical Physics
Authors: Brian C. Hall
Comments: Final version
Subj-class: Quantum Physics; Mathematical Physics
Journal-ref: Contemporary Mathematics, Volume 260, pp. 1-59
This set of lecture notes gives an introduction to holomorphic function spaces as used in mathematical physics. The emphasis is on the Segal-Bargmann space and the canonical commutation relations. Later sections describe more advanced topics such as the Segal-Bargmann transform for compact Lie groups and the infinite-dimensional theory.
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104. Laboratory For Extraterrestrial Physics - Education And Outreach Front Page
A resource about the world of space off our planet. Created and maintained at NASA's Goddard space Flight Center, this site offers the latest in information and education about the region of space from our Sun through all nine planets and just beyond.
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Site created: November 18, 1998 Last Modified: December 10, 2003 Curator: Albert E. Davison International Technology and Management, Inc. E-mail: Responsible NASA Representative: Dr. Michael Collier E-mail:

105. Alternative Relativitätstheorie, Einie Emissionstheorie. Alternative To Relativ
Extinction Shift Principle, the Most Recent Emission Theory; Alternative to both General and Special Relativity in the Electrodynamics of Galilean Transformations for the first time formulated in the intuitive framework of Euclidean space Geometry alone.
alternative emissionstheorie
Extinction Shift Principle
A pure classical physics look at
Electromagnetism and Gravitation
in Euclidean Space
Emission and Re-emission done correctly!!! derived with No Relativity, No Ether, No non-conventional Physics using step-by-step clear classical
approaches only in a recently published book! A Mathematical Proof Step-by-step Pure Classical solutions under Galilean Transformations of Velocities applied to the Rectilinear Motion of Gravitons and Photons in the frame work of Euclidean Space Geometry Supported by the past century of important experiments in optics and recent observational evidence in astrophysics For nearly a century now, there has been absolutely NO concrete, pure classical treatment to the physics problems pertaining to significant fractions of the velocity of light. Until now, NO alternative methods had been presented that use pure Galilean Electrodynamics in Euclidean Space , which are explainable with simple, intuitive measures without having to resort to the usual framework of Special and General Relativity!

106. International Solar-Terrestrial Physics (ISTP)
This program combines resources and scientific communities on an international scale using a complement of several missions, along with complementary ground facilities and theoretical efforts, to obtain coordinated, simultaneous investigations of the SunEarth space environment over an extended period of time.
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107. Introduction To The UCL Centre For Cosmic Chemistry And Physics
University College London. Research into the chemistry which occurs throughout the universe in interstellar space.
Webpages designed and maintained by Angela Wolff 4th June 2003 A report on the UCL meeting "Laboratory Studies of Astrochemical Processes" About the Centre " " Experimental Activities " " Theoretical Activities " " Resources People " " Contact " " Publications
About the Centre for Cosmic Chemistry and Physics
The purpose of the Centre is to apply research to fundamental chemical processes which are believed to occur throughout the universe. Using a unique combination of theoretical and experimental techniques, such processes are investigated in the laboratory. Comparison of these results with astronomical observations serves to increase our knowledge and understanding of the cosmos. Our first major project concerns the formation of hydrogen molecules on surfaces of interstellar dust grains and the second expands upon this to study the formation of more complex molecules such as methane. You can view a pdf document explaining the motivations and experimental activities of the centre here
People associated with the Centre
There are a number of academics now associated with the UCL centre and these can divided into members from the Department of Chemistry Department of Physics and Astronomy Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering and past members of the group.:

108. Gravel - A Simulator Based On Newton's Law Of Gravity
freeware Windows Models the interaction between bodies in space according to Newtonian physics.
Gravel is a simple simulation which models the behaviour of astronomic objects in space, according to Newton's Law of Gravity. Version 2 Version 3
  • Gravel v3 is now being developed using the recently released Microsoft Visual C++ Toolkit 2003 with Microsoft's Win32 Platform SDK Feb2003.
  • Due to the decline in Windows 98 usage, only Windows 2000 and Windows XP will be supported in future Gravel releases. This will make it possible to use the full power and features of the newer operating systems, including full unicode support.
  • The Gravel v3 Physics Engine is being expanded and redesigned. Therefore the existing SDK Beta Download is no longer meaningful and has been removed from the download section.
  • A brand new Gravel v3 Demo featuring Jupiter and it's inner moons is planned for release in mid-June.

The Gravel v3 Demo has been updated.
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to download the installer.
The new version, which uses the latest Gravel v3 SDK code, shows a small satellite in close orbit around the earth. 30-MAR-04
A new beta test version of the Gravel v3 SDK has been released.

109. SciBoard, A Science Website
Contains to biology, chemistry, environmental, games, higher education, math, paranormal, physics, space, and technology webpages. Includes a quiz bowl and FAQ's page. Maintained by the University of Louisville.

110. Digital Philosophy -- Ed Fredkin
Assuming that all quantities, including space and time, are finite and discrete.
Digital Philosophy Introduction to Digital Philosophy
(Current Draft) On the Soul
(2000 Draft Paper) Finite Nature
(1992 Paper) A New Cosmogony
(1992 Paper) A Physicist's Model
(1991 Paper) Digital Mechanics
(1990 Paper) Digital Mechanics
(2000 Draft of Book) Conservative Logic
(1982 Paper) Join Discussion Group
Send email to Ed Fredkin
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Digital Philosophy (DP) is a new way of thinking about the fundamental workings of processes in nature. DP is an atomic theory carried to a logical extreme where all quantities in nature are finite and discrete. This means that, theoretically, any quantity can be represented exactly by an integer. Further, DP implies that nature harbors no infinities, infinitesimals, continuities, or locally determined random variables. This paper explores Digital Philosophy by examining the consequences of these premises. At the most fundamental levels of physics, DP implies a totally discrete process called Digital Mechanics. Digital Mechanics[1] (DM) must be a substrate for Quantum Mechanics. Digital Philosophy makes sense with regard to any system if the following assumptions are true:

111. Untitled
Black holes, wormholes, time dilation factor, gravity, graphs and equations.
Space-Time Physics and the Future of Time Travel
By Alex MacLellan
Human beings have always tried to explain the world around them. They have worked to organize it, to measure it, and to understand it. These efforts at understanding such basic concepts as space and time and light have led to many discoveries. In the last one hundred years many changes have been made to how we understand these concepts. You may not be able to move as quickly and easily through time as the hero of H.G. Well's Time Machine, but scientists have been able to understand how certain variables can affect time - to slow it down and speed it up - leading them to believe that it is possible that time travel may become possible. Before looking at time travel, an understanding of the terms and history are required. Space, time, and light have been studied and the definitions have evolved as research has advanced. Looking at these concepts as they have been explained through history will help us understand what may be possible in the future. Portrait of Euclid Over history many people have come up with many different views about what time is and what space is, and how to understand them. Space was defined be Euclid, a Greek mathematician. He was the creator of geometry in 295 B.C.

112. Computer Space Plasma Physics
An online book on simulation techniques and software for space plasmas. Authors H. Matsumoto and Y. Omura, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan.
Edited by H. Matsumoto and Y. Omura
Radio Atmospheric Science Center, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
Contents [TERRAPUB e-library] [TERRAPUB]

113. Quasi Moto Theoretical Propulsion Physics
Considers unconventional means of space propulsion (and any ancillary systems), with the aim to determine their feasibility or basis in fact.

114. Less Than Hypothetical Physics
Personal ideas on light, prime numbers and spacetime.

115. NASA/Marshall Solar Physics
The site offers an extensive introduction to the sun and space weather, including news stories and related projects.
Skip Navigation Links
THE SUN Why We Study the Sun
The Big Questions

Magnetism - The Key

The Photosphere

The Chromosphere

The Transition Region
The Heliosphere

SOLAR FEATURES Photospheric Features
Chromospheric Features
Coronal Features Solar Wind Features THE SUN IN ACTION The Sunspot Cycle Solar Flares Post Flare Loops Coronal Mass Ejections ... Helioseismology The MSFC Solar Group T he People Their Papers RESEARCH AREAS Flare Mechanisms 3D Magnetic Fields The Solar Dynamo Sunspot Cycle Predictions ... Solar Wind Dynamics PREVIOUS PROJECTS Orbiting Solar Observatories Skylab Solar Maximum Mission SpaceLab 2 ... Yohkoh CURRENT PROJECTS MSFC Tower Magnetograph MSFC Dome Magnetograph The RHESSI Mission The Ulysses Mission ... The Sun in Time (EPO) FUTURE PROJECTS The Solar B Mission The STEREO Mission The SDO Mission Solar Probe ... Interstellar Probe The Solar Physics Group at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center was formed in the early 1970's in conjunction with the Apollo Skylab Mission. These pages contain an overview of solar physics itself along with highlights of our own work, our current projects, and possible future missions.

116. STPSW Group
of solar physics and space weather research from Universidad de Barcelona, Spain.......
Solar-Terrestrial Physics and Space Weather Group
Departament d'Astronomia i Meteorologia Universitat de Barcelona
It's happening right now!
SOHO is a project of international co-operation between ESA and NASA On June 8 2004 Venus will cross in front of the Sun ...
Do you want to follow a live broadcast of the Venus Transit from Barcelona? VISIT
Research Topics
Solar Energetic Particle Events and Associated Shocks in the Interplanetary Medium
Space Weather: An Engineering Model for Solar Energetic Particles in Interplanetary Space.
Solar Irradiance and its Variations
  • Energy release by solar active regions Photospheric faculae and magnetic network as source of solar irradiance variations The solar activity cycle and solar irradiance variations

117. Revising Earth And Universe Revision
Topics include the earth, moon, planets, gravity, stars, and the beginnings of the universe.
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Here you can learn all you need to know about the Earth and Universe. An Eclipse The Force of Gravity Gravitational Effects The Solar System ... Futures Updates: Further Gravitational Effects have been added, and the eclipses pages have been enhanced! If you're looking for something specific, try the Physics Index or Glossary SPONSORS: Lower your bills! Find the best deals and save money with Lower My Bills Got an interview? Visit EshopOne for men's suits and coats. Free UK delivery. SEARCH: web GUESTBOOK: View or sign A P Harmsworth Bookmark Advertise

118. Space Station Phyve
A WebQuest for high school physics and MST students to research and design a rotating space colony. This highly scientific mission contains links and teacher rubric.
Space Station Phyve A WebQuest for High School Physics or any MST program. By Mr. Richard DeRuvo Pelham Memorial High School Physics Teacher Email Go out beneath the stars on a clear winter night, and look up at the Milky Way spanning the heavens like a bridge of glowing mist. Up there, ranged beyond the other to the end of the Universe, suns without number burn in the loneliness of space. Down to the south hang the brilliant unwinking lanterns of other worlds - the electric blue of Jupiter, the glowing ember of Mars. Across the zenith, a meteor leaves a trail of fading incandescence, and a tiny voyager of space has come to a flaming end.' 'Looking out across the immensity to the great suns and circling planets, to worlds of infinite mystery and promise, can you believe that man is to spend all his days cooped and crawling on the surface of this tiny Earth - this moist pebble with its clinging film of air? Or do you, on the other hand, believe that his destiny is indeed among the stars, and that one day our descendants will bridge the seas of space?' "Interplanetary Flight" - British Interplanetary Society brochure
task process resources ... credits
The Introduction navigation You are an up-and-coming scientist called upon to research and design a cost efficient but fully functional space station. NASA has spent over 330 million dollars the past few months on Mars landing crafts with disastrous results. Going to Mars and looking for water with the hopes of one-day terreforming the red planet for colonization has become quite challenging and costly. The government's and the public's faith in NASA has dwindled. The proposed space station of your design will not be constructed on Mars or any other heavenly body. You will revive old concepts of Dr. Wernher von Braun, Gerard O'Neill, and Arthur C. Clarke involving rotating stations with simulated gravity. You have the ability to secure NASA's future as the leader in space exploration.

119. Plasma Physics @ Auburn University
Plasma physics home page at Auburn University with links to space Plasma Laboratory, Fusion Research laboratory, and Plasma Sciences Laboratory.
Plasma Physics
at Auburn University
Welcome to the Plasma Physics home page at Auburn University. Plasma physics is concerned with the studies of hot, diffuse gases, where the electrons are dissociated from the atomic nuclei. These plasmas can range in temperature from several thousands to several hundred millions of degrees. Lightning is a natural example of a plasma. A neon light is a man-made example. Broadly speaking, plasma physics research can be divided into two branches. One is concerned with understanding natural plasma phenomena. Despite their rarity on Earth, over 99% of the universe is in the plasma state. Earth, with it's high density and low temperature (astrophysically speaking) is an anomaly! Stars, including our Sun, are big balls of hot, dense plasma. Interstellar space is filled with a dilute, relatively cold plasma. Supernova are the plasma remnants of exploded stars. Closer to home, lightning, flames and the aurora are examples of naturally occurring plasmas. The other branch of plasma physics focuses on creating and understanding plasmas for more practical application. Neon and fluorescent lights, lasers, and welding torches are examples of useful man-made plasmas. One of the more far-reaching applications is to use plasmas to create energy. This is the goal of fusion energy research.
Current Research @ Auburn
Plasma research at Auburn University is an active and vibrant field. The Auburn Physics Department has the largest faculty in the country engaged in plasma research (10 full-time faculty). Our research interests can be loosely classified into the three major groups listed below. However, there is significant overlap and interaction between the groups.

120. Mullard Space Science Laboratory - MSSL
Mullard space Science Laboratory of the University College London. Research and postgraduate teaching in astrophysics, solar physics, plasma physics, climate physics, and detector physics.
Research Engineering General Teaching ... UCL
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