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  1. Electronic Imaging in Astronomy: Detectors and Instrumentation (Springer Praxis Books / Astronomy and Planetary Sciences) by Ian S. McLean, 2010-11-02
  2. Astronomy Methods: A Physical Approach to Astronomical Observations (Cambridge Planetary Science) by Hale Bradt, 2004-01-05
  3. The Sun Recorded Through History (Astrophysics and Space Science Library) by J.M. Vaquero, M. Vázquez, 2009-05-15
  4. History of Oriental Astronomy (Astrophysics and Space Science Library)
  5. Cosmic Ray Astrophysics (Astronomy and Astrophysics Library) by Reinhard Schlickeiser, 2010-11-02
  6. THE FUTURE OF ASTRONOMY by EDWARD C. PICKERING, 2009-06-25
  7. The virial theorem in stellar astrophysics (Astronomy and astrophysics series ; v. 7) by George W Collins, 1978
  8. Glossary of Astronomy and Astrophysics (Phoenix Series)
  9. Extragalactic Astronomy and Cosmology: An Introduction by Peter Schneider, 2010-11-02
  10. Extreme Ultraviolet Astronomy (Cambridge Astrophysics) by Martin A. Barstow, Jay B. Holberg, 2007-08-27
  11. Scientific Detectors for Astronomy 2005 : Explorers of the Photon Odyssey (Astrophysics and Space Science Library) by et al Jenna E. Beletic (Editor), 2006-04-11
  12. General Relativity: With Applications to Astrophysics (Theoretical and Mathematical Physics) by Norbert Straumann, 2010-11-02
  13. The Interstellar Medium (Astronomy and Astrophysics Library) by James Lequeux, 2010-11-30
  14. Galaxy Formation (Astronomy and Astrophysics Library) by Malcolm S. Longair, 2008-01-08

81. Welcome To The Department Of Astronomy & Astrophysics At U Of T — Astronomy An
Provides information about the programs offered, faculty, research, news, and events.
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Prof. Howard Yee elected to Royal Society of Canada Welcome 2010 New Grads James R. Graham appointed Director of DI Howard Yee: New Chair and Graduate Chair of the Department Bryce Croll, the UTAA Graduate Scholar
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University of Toronto Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics offers both graduate and undergraduate courses, programmes and research in astronomy, astrophysics, stars, galaxies and cosmology. We are part of the Faculty of Arts and Science and the School of Graduate Studies and have strong ties to CITA/ICAT (The Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics), DI (Dunlap Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics), and the Department of Physics Get more information about our three campuses, our facilities, our rich history and contact people. Find out about some job opportunities in the department.

82. Astronomy And Astrophysics
Sep 19, 2007 The astronomy and astrophysics program within the Department has close ties to the efforts in gravity physics and nuclear physics,
http://www.physics.unc.edu/research/astro/

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The astronomy and astrophysics program within the Department has close ties to the efforts in gravity physics and nuclear physics, as well as between theory and observations in general.
Search for any faculty in the department. Information available includes: name, email address, and office number.
Throughout its history, the department has built a network of contacts with UNC Observatories around the globe. From Chile to Arizona, UNC offers access to state-of-the-art astronomical research facilities.
Ongoing research studies in the department include stellar physics, the thermodynamics of black holes, and observational research.
Thanks to a generous gift from Leonard Goodman, the department has set up a laboratory in Phillips Hall for the development of astronomical instrumentation
A wide range of courses are offered through the department, each focusing on a different aspect of astronomy or astrophysics. Find more information here.
The department is involved in several public activities . Learn more about the endeavors by Astronomy and Astrophysics here.
Keep track of the current happenings in Astronomy and Astrophysics and learn of upcoming events here.

83. 2010-2011 Faculty Of Arts And Science Calendar
Astronomy Astrophysics (Science program) Major program (8 full courses or their equivalent, including at least two courses at the 300+level)
http://www.artsandscience.utoronto.ca/ofr/calendar/prg_ast.htm
On this page: Introduction Programs
See also: Faculty Members Course Descriptions Course Winter Timetable
Introduction
Several courses are offered to suit persons of diverse backgrounds and depths of interest. Two beginning courses ( ) require no special knowledge of mathematics or other sciences and are best suited to students taking non-science programs. These courses develop an understanding of the universe in a qualitative way and in terms of natural laws familiar to us on Earth. Audiovisual demonstrations are used extensively. is an introductory astronomy course for science students. The course is intended for students in other areas of the sciences. is best suited to life science students. The remaining courses are designed for physical sciences and astronomy program students. The first physics and math based astronomy courses normally start in the second year. In some of these courses, the objective is to provide for practical involvement by the student. This is achieved by the use of the remotely-controlled telescopes at the St. George and Scarborough Campus observatories by day as well as by night. The Department works closely with two related academic units, the Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics (CITA) and the Dunlap Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics (DI). With a national mandate, CITA fosters research in theoretical aspects of the discipline, including the exploitation of high performance computers in house and in SciNet. Complementary to this, a focus of DI is on the design and development of astronomical instrumentation. Undergraduate students will find diverse research opportunities through the Department and these two cognate units.

84. Astronomy, Astrophysics And Astrology
A comparison of the terms astronomy, astrophysics and astrology. Often confused, the differences and similarities are analyzed and discussed.
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    zSB(3,3) The terms astronomy , astrophysics and astrology are often used synonymously, even though they have very different meanings.
    Astronomy Versus Astrophysics
    The difference between astronomy (literally star law in Greek) and astrophysics (derived from the words star physics) comes in what the two disciplines are trying to accomplish. Astronomy seeks to determine the laws that govern the motion and origins of the heavenly bodies (stars, planets, galaxies, etc.). Whereas astrophysicists are more concerned with studying the physical processes that lead to the creation of stars and galaxies, as well as learning what drives their emission and evolution. The two are definitely interrelated, but are clearly trying to answer different questions. Despite this, the two terms have become somewhat synonymous in recent years. This can be attributed to the fact that most astronomers receive the same training as astrophysicists, including the completion of a graduate program in physics (although there are several very good pure astronomy programs still taught throughout the country).

    85. Astrophysics Visualization Archive | Hayden Planetarium
    A searchable, curated collection of scientific visualizations and animations relating to astronomy, astrophysics and space science. This educational component of the Virtual Observatory is intended for scientists, students and the general public.
    http://haydenplanetarium.org/resources/ava/

    86. Astronomy Astrophysics
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    http://henry.pha.jhu.edu/tomography.pdf

    87. AAS Committee On The Status Of Women
    Committee on the Status of Women. Contains names, professional affiliations and scientific information of females in the disciplines of astronomy and astrophysics.
    http://www.aas.org/cswa/
    BALTIMORE CHARTER PASADENA RECOMMENDATIONS CONTACT US
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    About the CSWA
    The Committee on the Status of Women in Astronomy was established in 1979 and consists of eight rotating members with 3-year terms. Our charge is to recommend to the AAS Council practical measures that can be taken to improve the status of women in astronomy and encourage their entry into this field. We have several print and electronic publications and have held two international meetings about the status of women in astronomy. We encourage you to look around, and to submit articles and items of interest about women in science and related topics. Women are especially urged to enter their information in the Women in Astronomy database, which can be used to search for colloquium or conference speakers and job applicants.
    The Baltimore Charter and Pasadena Recommendations
    The Baltimore Charter and Pasadena Recommendations are documents produced as a result of the Women in Astronomy Meetings held in Baltimore in 1992 and Pasadena in 2003 . The first document describes a code of conduct governing gender issues, particularly aimed at U.S. institutions, while the latter document is a set of recommendations for institutions hoping to achieve true gender equity. The links to the individual documents and meetings provide much more information.

    88. Astronomy & Astrophysics
    Astronomy Astrophysics. Macquarie University is a highly active, rapidly growing centre of astronomical research excellence in close proximity to both the Australian
    http://www.astronomy.mq.edu.au/

    89. Institute For Astronomy
    The main research areas of the organization include physics of the Sun and stars, radio astronomy, and astrophysical plasma physics.
    http://www.astro.phys.ethz.ch/
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    Welcome to the Institute for Astronomy
    Chair (Vorsteher): Prof. Marcella Carollo Vice-Chair (Stellvertreter): Prof. Simon Lilly Institute's Administration: Esther Christen Address: Wolfgang-Pauli-Strasse 27 Building HIT, Floor J CH-8093 Zurich Switzerland Secretarial Office: Room HIT J 13.2 Phone: +41 (0)44 632 3813 Fax: +41 (0)44 633 1238 Open positions ETH Zwicky Prize Fellowships in Astrophysics
    at ETH Zurich More Open positions Extragalactic Postdoctoral Positions
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  • 90. Queen's University Department Of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy: Welco
    Research opportunities in subjects such as astronomy and astrophysics, engineering and applied physics, condensed matter, medical physics, and subatomic physics.
    http://www.physics.queensu.ca/
    Text Only Queen's U. Directory Contact: Queen's Physics queensu.ca physics.queensu.ca IT Support General Information Undergrad Studies Graduate Studies ... Science Stores document.write(''); Department profiles document.write(photoCap[nimg1]) News and Events
    Physics students Webster and Yu win at ICALEO

    Somi Narayanan honoured

    Philippe di Stefano awarded MRI funds for dark matter detector

    Nov 4, 2010
    - Robert P. Kirshner - Dark Energy and the Accelerating Universe: Einstein's Blunder undone!
    Nov 5, 2010
    - Robert P. Kirshner - The Past, Present, and Future of Supernova Cosmology
    Nov 8, 2010 - Rachel Kuzio de Naray - Testing Dark Matter Theories with Low Surface Brightness Galaxies
    Nov 12, 2010 - Helen O'Keeffe - The SNO+ experiment - a diverse instrument for neutrino research
    Nov 19, 2010 - Ralph Shiell - Title TBA
    Nov 26, 2010 - Tucker Carrington - Computing and understanding the spectrum of CH5+
    If you have questions or comments about the content of this website, please contact webmaster@physics.queensu.ca

    91. 176 Astronomy And Astrophysics Graduate Programs & Graduate Schools Page No: 1 -
    Research 176 accredited astronomy and astrophysics graduate programs grad schools on the leading graduate school website.
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    92. Decadal Survey Of Astronomy And Astrophysics
    Aug 13, 2010 A new report by the National Research Council identifies the highestpriority research activities for astronomy and astrophysics in the next
    http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2010-08/naos-dso081310.php

    93. Astronomy & Astrophysics | Facebook
    Welcome to the Facebook Community Page about Astronomy Astrophysics, a collection of shared knowledge concerning Astronomy Astrophysics.
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    94. Yerkes Library
    Collections for astronomy, astrophysics, and physics, located at the observatory in Williams Bay, Wisconsin.
    http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/yerkes/
    Search Terms Search for Search In in Keyword anywhere Title+Title in Contents (KW) Author+Author in Contents (KW) Subject keyword ISBN Lens Search Library Catalog QuickSearch Library Website Search sets: General Science Law Business Library Catalogs Search by: Keyword Anywhere Title Author Subject Keyword ISBN
    Yerkes Library
    Picture taken by Chris Parker. The Yerkes Observatory Library LIBRARY CLOSING All unique monographs and serials from the Yerkes Observatory Library have been moved to the John Crerar Library. The material will be integrated into the collection on the 3rd floor over the summer. The duplicate monographs and serials will remain at Yerkes, as a Yerkes Observatory collection, which will be separate from the University of Chicago Library. We look forward to working with astronomy and astrophysics researchers, ensuring their strengthened and sustained access to the astronomical and astrophysical literature. If you have any questions, or for more information please contact:

    95. Institute Of Astronomy & Astrophysics, Academia Sinica
    Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics (ASIAA) has built up core groups in theoretical and experimental astrophysics and instrumentation,
    http://www.asiaa.sinica.edu.tw/

    96. Astronomy Astrophysics — Eberly College Of Science
    www.astro.psu.edu . The Astronomy Astrophysics (ASTRO) major involves the scientific study of the universe and its constituents. Our undergraduate program includes considerable
    http://www.science.psu.edu/ProspectiveStudents/academics/physical-sciences/astro

    97. Kennedy Space Center's Amateur Astronomers'
    Monthly star parties with maps, members personal home pages, astronomy and astrophysical links, and calendar of events.
    http://www.4saleusa.net/kscaa/
    "Dedicated to the Understanding and Knowledge of the Heavens God Made for Us to Observe!" "Sharing Astronomy with Friends"
    Astronomy Homepages worthy of Special of Note
    this Clear Sky Clock is provide by http://cleardarksky.com, thanks Attilla Danko
    New Star Map Click this link
    New FOX 35 Brevard County Radar for about the Last 45mins. Personal Web Pages of Club Members
    Star Fields Observatory

    Star Trails Observatory

    Wyck's 24" Truss Dob F 4.1

    Astrophotography
    AstroPhotography Basic Primer

    Star Party Etiquette
    Things to Remember When Attending Your First Star Party (REVISED)
    Astronomy Reference Information Meisser Deep Space List (SEDS.ORG) Telrad Charts for Messier and Caldwell Objects(Very Nice) Information about Light Pollution and Astronomy Britelitesout.COM all about light pollution PLEASE Checkit Out Astronomy Clubs and Links Listing of Florida and US astronomy club provided by ****SKY-Watch**** Alachua Astronomy Club Tallahassee Astronomical Society ... Brevard Astronomical Society Free Astronomy Classified for Amateur Astronomy Equipment Most sellers on both services are very reputable but always use caution when buying on the Internet AstroMart Very Cool Monthly Astronomy Maps SkyMaps.com- This Month's Sky-Viewing Calendar

    98. Handbook Of Space Astronomy & Astrophysics
    Jun 3, 2010 The book contains information covering a diverse range of topics in addition to astronomy and astrophysics, including atomic physics,
    http://www.astrohandbook.com/
    Links to Web Resources Supplementary information, databases, and online advanced text books. Errata Reviews
    Handbook of Space Astronomy and Astrophysics
    3rd Edition Martin V. Zombeck Fully updated and including data from space-based observations, this Third Edition is a comprehensive compilation of the facts and figures relevant to astronomy and astrophysics. As well as a vast number of tables, graphs, diagrams and formulae it also includes a comprehensive index and bibliography, allowing readers to easily find the information they require. The book contains information covering a diverse range of topics in addition to astronomy and astrophysics, including atomic physics, nuclear physics, relativity, plasma physics, electromagnetism, mathematics, probability and statistics, and geophysics. This handbook contains the most frequently used information in modern astrophysics, and will be an essential reference for advanced amateur astronomers, university students, graduate students, researchers and professionals working in astronomy and the space sciences. Contains a comprehensive index and bibliographies to allow readers to easily find the information they require Each chapter has a comprehensive contents list Contents; Foreword; Preface; 1. General data; 2. Astronomy and astrophysics; 3. Radio astronomy; 4. Infrared and submillimeter astronomy; 5. Ultraviolet astronomy; 6. X-ray astronomy; 7. Gamma-ray astronomy; 8. Cosmic rays; 9. Earth's atmosphere and environment; 10. Relativity and cosmology; 11. Atomic physics; 12. Electromagnetic radiation; 13. Plasma physics; 14. Experimental astronomy and astrophysics; 15. Astronautics; 16. Mathematics; 17. Probability and statistics; 18. Radiation safety; 19. Astronomical catalogs; 20. Computer science; 21. Glossary of abbreviations and symbols; Appendices; Index.

    99. Wiley::Astronomy & Astrophysics
    by S. S. Sadhal (Editor), V. K. Dhir (Editor), Naomi Chayen (Editor), H. Ohta (Editor), R. W. Smith (Editor)
    http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-351556.html
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    100. Yerkes Observatory - Home
    Branch of the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics of the University of Chicago. Provides laboratory space and access to telescopes for research and instruction. History, virtual tour, and information on visiting.
    http://astro.uchicago.edu/yerkes/
    YERKES OBSERVATORY
    The University of Chicago
    373 W. Geneva St, Williams Bay WI 53191 (Latitude 42 34.2, Longitude -88 33.4) The birthplace of modern astrophysics
    Yerkes Observatory is a facility of the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics of the University of Chicago . It was established in 1897 on Geneva Lake in Williams Bay, Wisconsin. Until the mid-1960's, Yerkes Observatory housed all of the Department's activities. Today the 77-acre, park-like site in southeast Wisconsin provides laboratory space and access to telescopes for research and instruction.
    Yerkes Observatory occupies a unique niche for the education and the scientific community. It bridges several important perspectives in formal and informal education. The history of astronomy and astrophysics of the observatory is a solid foundation for introducing all the important topics in current research as well as the practice of observational astronomy. There is a huge range of opportunities for learning. Because of Yerkes' historical context, the world of professional and student astronomers and astronomy educators are drawn to the observatory. These communities learn from one another, build relationships, and create programs, which result in enriched experiences and learning opportunities for young and diverse members of our society.. Yerkes Observatory is open for free public tours every Saturday throughout the year (except on December 25, 2010 and January 1, 2011) and offers

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