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  1. Ancient Astronomy and Celestial Divination (Dibner Institute Studies in the History of Science and Technology)
  2. The Stellar Initial Mass Function: 38th Herstmonceux Conference: Proceedings of the Meeting Held at Institute of Astronomy and Royal Greenwich Observa ... Society of the Pacific Conference Series)
  3. Modes of Star Formation and the Origin of Field Populations: Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Max-planck Institute of Astronomy Heidelberg, Germany 9-13 ... Society of the Pacific Conference Series)
  4. Laser Interfermeter Space Antenna: Second International LISA Symposium on the Detection and Observation of Gravitational Waves in Space: California Institute ... Proceedings / Astronomy and Astrophysics)
  5. 2000 Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields
  6. Directory of Physics Astronomy & Geophysics Staff 1997 by American Institute of Physics, Am Inst Phy, 1997-05
  7. 2007 Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields (Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy and Related Fields)
  8. Blue Stragglers: Stars Journal Club Miniworkshop on Blue Stragglers Held at the Space Telescope Science Institute Baltimore, Maryland 12-13 October (Astronomical ... Society of the Pacific Conference Series) by Stars Journal Club Miniworkshop on Blue Stragglers, Rex A. Saffer, et all 1994-06
  9. 2002 Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields
  10. Proceedings of the Conference on Applications of Digital Image Processing to Astronomy: August 20-22, 1980, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California (Proceedings / SPIE)
  11. Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics
  12. 2010 Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields (Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy and Related Fields)
  13. Astronomy Institutes and Departments: Wiyn Consortium, Jodrell Bank Observatory, European Southern Observatory, Palomar Observatory
  14. The Stellar Initial Mass Function: 38th Herstmonceux Conference: Proceedings of the Meeting Held at Institute of Astronomy and Royal Greenwich Observa ... Society of the Pacific Conference Series) --1998 publication. by Gerry Gilmore Debbie Howell, 1998-01-01

1. Category:Astronomy Institutes And Departments - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Pages in category Astronomy institutes and departments The following 55 pages are in this category, out of 55 total. This list may not reflect recent changes .
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2. Astronomy Institutes And Departments Topics At Duck Duck Go
Arcetri Observatory The Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri is an astronomical observatory located in Arcetri in the outskirts of Florence, Italy.
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Astrophysics Courses in India, Career in Astronomy in India, Career of Astronomy, Astronomy Courses, Bachelor in Astronomy Career in India, Astronomy Colleges and Universities in
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5. About The Institute For Astronomy
About the Institute for Astronomy. The Institute for Astronomy (IfA) was founded at the University of Hawaii (UH) in 1967 to manage Haleakala and Mauna Kea Observatories
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About the Institute for Astronomy
The Institute for Astronomy (IfA) was founded at the University of Hawaii (UH) in 1967 to manage Haleakala and Mauna Kea Observatories, and to carry out its own program of fundamental research into the stars, planets and galaxies that make up our Universe. One of eleven research institutes within the University of Hawaii it has a total staff of over 200, including about 45 faculty. The Institute has an annual budget of $20m, including $15m in grants from the federal government.
Research at the IfA
The Institute for Astronomy is one of the world's leading astronomical research centers. Its broad-based program includes studies of the Sun, planets, and stars, as well as interstellar matter, galaxies, and cosmology. Most IfA astronomers use the giant telescopes atop Mauna Kea and Haleakala to collect faint visible light, and infrared and submillimeter radiation from distant objects. They also use and support space observatories, such as the Hubble Space Telescope and Chandra (an X-ray astronomy satellite), to make observations that cannot be made from the ground.

6. EVN Publications
The European VLBI Network is a joint facility of European, Chinese, South African and other radio astronomy institutes funded by their national research councils.
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EVN publications
EVN acknowledgment
Publications and scientific papers that use observations from the European VLBI Network, whether it be on its own or as part of a global VLBI observation, should include the following standard acknowledgement: "The European VLBI Network is a joint facility of European, Chinese, South African and other radio astronomy institutes funded by their national research councils."
EVN 2015
EVN2015, The Future of The European VLBI Network
Scientific papers
EVN PowerPoint presentation
A generic PowerPoint Presentation by Phil Diamond (JBO) is available. The presentation was first made in Shanghai, April 2002.
Proceedings of EVN symposia
The proceedings of previous EVN Symposia are available on-line:
EVN biennial reports

7. Instituto De Astronoma UNAM
Astronomy institute in Ensenada, with branches in other areas of northern Baja and Mexico.
http://bufadora.astrosen.unam.mx/

8. Institute Of Astronomy, Cambridge - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Astronomy institutes and departments Departments of the University of Cambridge Research institutes in the United Kingdom
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Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Institute of Astronomy Observatory Building, housing the library Institute of Astronomy Hoyle Building in the evening The Institute of Astronomy (IoA) is the largest of the three astronomy departments in the University of Cambridge , and one of the largest astronomy sites in the UK . Around 170 academics, postdocs, visitors and assistant staff work at the department. Research at the department is made in a number of scientific areas, including stars , star clusters, cosmology , the high- redshift universe, AGN galaxies and galaxy clusters . This is a mixture of observational astronomy, over the entire electromagnetic spectrum, computational theoretical astronomy, and analytic theoretical research. The Kavli Institute for Cosmology is also located on the department site. This Institute has an emphasis on The Universe at High Redshifts . The current plans are to also bring the Cavendish Astrophysics Group onto the site eventually.
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The Institute was formed in 1972 from the amalgamation of earlier institutions:
  • The University Observatory, founded in 1823. Its

9. ScienceDaily: Space Telescope News - Feedage - 1506586
Astronomy articles and pictures from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and Chandra XRay Telescope and many other leading astronomy institutes from around the world.
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Space Telescopes. Astronomy articles and pictures from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and Chandra X-Ray Telescope and many other leading astronomy institutes from around the world.
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Fri, 12 Nov 2010 05:00:00 EST Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope took advantage of a giant cosmic magnifying glass to create one of the sharpest and most detailed maps of dark matter in the universe. Dark matter is an invisible and unknown substance that makes up the bulk of the universe's mass.
Atoms-for-Peace: A galactic collision in action

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10. Physics-Optics-Astronomy Library
Maintains a collection to support the instructional and research needs of faculty and students in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Institute of Optics. It also provides information services for the Nuclear Structures Research Laboratory and the Mees Observatory.
http://www.lib.rochester.edu/poa/

11. Astronomy Institutes Provides List Of Astronomy Institutes
Astronomy institutes – provides list of astronomy institutes, ASTRON, arcetri observatory, association of universities for research in astronomy, astronet, astronomical
http://www.altiusdirectory.com/Science/astronomy-institutes.html

12. Radio Telescopes Will Add To Cassini-Huygens Discoveries
The European VLBI Network is a joint facility of European, Chinese, South African and other radio astronomy institutes funded by their national research councils.
http://www.nrao.edu/pr/2004/huygens/
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Radio Telescopes Will Add to Cassini-Huygens Discoveries
When the European Space Agency's Huygens spacecraft makes its plunge into the atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan on January 14, radio telescopes of the National Science Foundation's National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) will help international teams of scientists extract the maximum possible amount of irreplaceable information from an experiment unique in human history. Huygens is the 700-pound probe that has accompanied the larger Cassini spacecraft on a mission to thoroughly explore Saturn, its rings and its numerous moons.
The Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope
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(Click on image for GBT gallery) The Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope (GBT) in West Virginia and eight of the ten telescopes of the continent-wide Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) , located at Pie Town and Los Alamos, NM, Fort Davis, TX, North Liberty, IA, Kitt Peak, AZ, Brewster, WA, Owens Valley, CA, and Mauna Kea, HI, will directly receive the faint signal from Huygens during its descent.

13. JIVE And EVN
EVN was formed in 1980 by a consortium of five of the major radio astronomy institutes in Europe (the European Consortium for VLBI). Since 1980, the EVN and the Consortium have
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JIVE and EVN
http://www.jive.nl/ The Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe was created in 1993. JIVE provides both scientific and user support for the European VLBI Network (EVN) and a correlator facility. It is located in Dwingeloo, in the same building as the Stichting ASTRON. EVN was formed in 1980 by a consortium of five of the major radio astronomy institutes in Europe (the European Consortium for VLBI). Since 1980, the EVN and the Consortium have grown to include 9 institutes with 12 telescopes in 8 western European countries as well as associated institutes with telescopes in Poland, Russia, Ukraine and China. Proposals for additional telescopes in Spain and Italy are under consideration, and furthermore, the EVN can be linked to the 7-element Jodrell Bank MERLIN interferometer in the UK and to the US Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) to create a `global' network.
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14. Receivers & Array Workshop 2010
The workshop should set the stage for sharing the diverse and highlevel expertise within the Radio Astronomy Institutes. It should help isolate common technical challenges and pre
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Sunday- Monday, September 19.-20, 2010
Bonn / Germany
This meeting is sponsored by the MPIfR RadioNet-FP7
This meeting in Bonn is aimed at bringing together scientists and receiver engineers who are working in the field of receiver developments of more than a handful feeds. We will review the scientific case for large spectroscopic MMIC arrays on large telescopes. The hardware requirements for effective use of such arrays, including telescope optics, array receivers, and digital back-ends will also be reviewed. The workshop should set the stage for sharing the diverse and high-level expertise within the Radio Astronomy Institutes. It should help isolate common technical challenges and pre-existing solutions, encourage collaboration and collaborative projects. Contact: Dr. Izabela Rottmann Dr. Busaba Kramer Dr. Reinhard Keller
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15. AstroGrid-D:
Major German astronomy institutes and gridspecific research groups from informatics and supercomputing centers have joined in an interdisciplinary partnership to pursue several
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AstroGrid-D, the German Astronomy Community Grid (GACG) is a research project for scientific work supporting e-Science and Grid middleware within the German D-Grid Initiative Major German astronomy institutes and grid-specific research groups from informatics and supercomputing centers have joined in an interdisciplinary partnership to pursue several strategic goals:
  • To join together astronomical science institutions into a unified nationwide research infrastructure of collaborative distributed environments using innovative grid technologies.
    Creation of a grid based infrastructure for astronomical and astrophysical research, based on integration of their computational facilities, improving the efficiency and usability of their hardware resources.
    Integration of distributed astronomical data archives and, in an extended time frame, of instruments and experiments into a common research infrastructure.
    Support of other research institutes to enable them to share their resources, data and application software within the AstroGrid infrastructure, especially to enable small university workgroups to join the collaboration.
  • 16. Astronomy Colleges In India,Career Option In Astronomy,Education In India
    detailed information on studying Astronomy,Astronomy Colleges/institues in india,Courses in Astronomy,institutes conducting courses in Astronomy,career options in Astronomy,Career
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    17. Largest Telescope Starts Gazing | Science | The Guardian
    Jul 13, 2007 The quality of the skies above the Canary Islands is protected, and has drawn 62 astronomy institutes to the islands. Construction of the €130m ( 88m) telescope has
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    18. Korea Astronomy And Space Science Institute
    Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute 776, Daedeokdaero, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, Republic of Korea 305-348 Phone +82-42-865-3332 Fax +82-42-861-5610 E-mail webmaster@kasi
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    Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute 776, Daedeokdae-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, Republic of Korea 305-348
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    19. European VLBI Network | Ask.com Encyclopedia
    The European VLBI Network (EVN) was formed in 1980 by a consortium of five of the major radio astronomy institutes in Europe (the European Consortium for VLBI).
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    20. Heidelberg Extragalactic Astronomy Research Group
    To this end, several local collaborations have already been established, in order to benefit from the wideranging expertise among the different Heidelberg astronomy institutes.
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    Our contributions to "A Universe of Dwarf Galaxies", illustrating our ongoing research ...
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    Our independent research group has been established in May 2007 within the framework of the Excellence Initiative by the German Research Foundation (DFG) as part of the Heidelberg Graduate School of Fundamental Physics . It focuses on the origin of the various galaxy types that we see in the Universe today. These include the types that are described by the famous Hubble-sequence, but also the smaller dwarf galaxies, which constitute the most numerous type of galaxies in the Universe. We aim at understanding the characteristics of these galaxies, their evolution, and the processes that gave them their present-day appearance. To this end, several local collaborations have already been established, in order to benefit from the wide-ranging expertise among the different Heidelberg astronomy institutes. Deep space-based imaging surveys like the Hubble Ultra Deep Field reveal a variety of distant galaxies that can hardly be described by standard classification schemes: many objects consist of several bright clumps, are highly distorted, or appear to be galaxy pairs in a phase of heavy interaction. Some of these might end up as massive elliptical galaxies, while others might form spiral galaxies like our Milky Way. We thus need to bridge the gap between the distant, younger galaxies and the nearby, further evolved ones, in order to understand the mechanisms that shape them.

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