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  1. Astronomy Organizations: Astrophysical Institute Potsdam
  2. Journal Of The Institute Of Navigation: Navigation (1967 - Vol 14 #1)
  3. Exploring the Universe: Thinking Ahead in Science (357911ST12108642) by Willard J. Jacobson, Cecilia J. Lauby, et all 1965
  4. Institut astronomii: Redaktory A.G. Masevich i D.Z. Vibe = Institute of astronomy (Russian Edition)
  5. A digital spectral analysis technique and its application to radio astronomy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Research Laboratory of Electronics.Technical report 412) by Sander Weinreb, 1963
  6. Radio spectrum management for radio astronomy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Thesis. 1976. B.S) by James Albert Moody, 1976
  7. Constellations, prepared by the department of astronomy of the Franklin Institute by Franklin Institute; foreword by James Stokley, 1936
  8. [Four papers on radio astronomy (Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers) by Karl G Jansky, 1932
  9. Notes of the Summer Institute in Dynamical Astronomy at Yale Uni-versity, July 1960 by William E Felling, 1961
  10. Geometry of a crystal spectrometer for x-ray astronomy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Physics. Thesis. 1977. B.S) by Christophe Jean Berg, 1977
  11. Problems in astronomy, solved and unsolved (Cawthron Institute [of Scientific Research] Nelson, N.Z. Cawthron lecture) by Frederick Giles Gibbs, 1947
  12. Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy & Related Fields, 1984-85 (Graduate Programs in Physics, Astronomy & Related Fields) by American Institute Of Physics, 1984-11
  13. 1993-1994 Directory of Physics & Astronomy Staff/North American Colleges & Universities/Federally Funded Research & Development Centers/Government LA (Directory of Physics and Astronomy Staff) by American Institute of Physics, 1993-11
  14. 1990-1991 Directory of Physics and Astronomy Staff by American Institute of Physics, 1990-12

41. EXPReS Hailed As Extraordinarily Successful And Influential To SKA Design
Comprised of 19 national astronomy institutes and national research and education network providers in 14 countries, and coordinated by JIVE, EXPReS represents a successful

EXPReS Hailed As "Extraordinarily Successful" And Influential To SKA Design
Comprised of 19 national astronomy institutes and national research and education network providers in 14 countries, and coordinated by JIVE, EXPReS represents "a successful example of how multidisciplinary projects can facilitate the collaboration among different scientific areas", according to the EC report. by Staff Writers
Dwingeloo, Netherlands (SPX) Dec 15, 2009
The European Commission concluded their final review of EXPReS (Express Production Real-time e-VLBI Service), hailing the project as "extraordinarily successful" and encouraging the team to "explore any opportunity for further development". The 3.5 year project, which concluded in August, established and improved network connectivity from some of the world's most sensitive radio telescopes to the correlator at the Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe (JIVE) and improved computing capabilities of the correlator itself, making real-time, electronic VLBI a regular and reliable astronomy technique available to the global radio astronomy community. This new service makes it easier for scientists to identify transient astronomical activity and conduct follow-on observations.

42. IAA-NOA Links
Astronomy Institutes and Relevant Organizations in Greece G.N.C.A. Greek National Committee for Astronomy Hel.A.S. Hellenic Astronomical Society
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43. Wiess School Of Natural Sciences
Information on departments, research, outreach programs and events.
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44. Phil's Homepage
The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is the future of world radio astronomy. Institutes all around the world are engaged in the design and development of the SKA.
Phil Diamond's Homepage
Homepage Recent Papers/Events Radio Telescopes Contact/Links Hello, my name is Phil Diamond. I am a Professor in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Manchester and the Director of the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics (JBCA). JBCA I am the Co-ordinator of RadioNet , an EC-funded Integrated Infrastructure Initiative for European radio astronomy. The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is the future of world radio astronomy. Institutes all around the world are engaged in the design and development of the SKA. I am the past Chairman of the International SKA Steering Committee (ISSC), and remain a member of the ISSC Executive Committee. A new development is the funding of the SKA Preparatory Phase proposal PrepSKA, for which I will be the Co-ordinator. PrepSKA begins in January 2008 and will, as one aspect of its co-ordinating activity, bring the SKA Programme Development Office and a team of engineers to the University of Manchester to produce the design for the SKA.

45. Ariel Goobar´s Homepage
Astronomy institutes , databases and related Observatories,Departments,Institutes InfoSeek Guide Astronomy Space NED SkyView Advanced Form I Rotation Curves
Ariel Goobar
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Albanova University Center, Department of Physics, Stockholm University Roslagstullsbacken 21 106 91 Stockholm, Sweden Tel: +46 8 55378659, Fax: +46 8 55378601 e-mail:
CV The Book Hot List List of Publications ... Astronomy links TEACHING SECTION Av.problem Introduktion (PPT) Förläsningsanteckningar SNOC: a simulation package for ray tracing of high-z objects, e.g. supernovae The Book Cosmology and Particle Astrophysics
Together with Prof.Lars Bergström I have written a graduate student level text book, November 2003: Second Edition:
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