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         Astronomy Business:     more books (100)
  1. Astronomy industry 2000-2001. (tigr-targeted industries growth report\city bank & hawaii business).(Statistical Data Included): An article from: Hawaii Business by Michael Schmicker, Richard Lim, et all 2001-12-01
  2. Star reading: Astronomy in Mexico. (Mexico on the Web).(Brief Article): An article from: Business Mexico by Ron Mader, 2002-07-01
  3. Scaling new heights: Peter Giles brings an impressive resume to the Mauna Kea Astronomy Education Center.(IN focus): An article from: Hawaii Business by Leslie Lang, 2005-12-01
  4. $29 MM economic boost on way for roaring Astronomy educational tourism tigrs. (Tigr).(Mauna Kea Astronomy Education Center): An article from: Hawaii Business by Michael Schmicker, 2003-06-01
  5. A Concise Dictionary of Astronomy by Jacqueline Mitton, 1992-01-16
  6. Advanced Software and Control for Astronomy (Proceedings of SPIE) by Hilton Lewis, Alan Bridger, 2006-07-30
  7. Quantum Theory of Solids (Master's Series in Physics and Astronomy) by Eoin O'Reilly, 2002-10-24
  8. Future aligned in the stars: a business venture of astronomical proportions.(News): An article from: Northern Ontario Business by Andrew Wareing, 2004-01-01
  9. Fireside Astronomy: An Anecdotal Tour Through the History and Lore of Astronomy by Patrick Moore, 1992-05-11
  10. Space: The Next Business Frontier by Lou Dobbs, HP Newquist, 2001-10-02
  11. Information Handling in Astronomy (Astrophysics and Space Science Library Volume 250)
  12. Information Handling in Astronomy - Historical Vistas (Astrophysics and Space Science Library)
  13. Mass Transfer in Close Binary Stars: Gas Dynamical Treatment (Advances in Astronomy and Astrophysics) by A.A. Boyarchuk, D.V. Bisikalo, et all 2002-06-14
  14. Smaller Satellites: Bigger Business?: Concepts, Applications and Markets for Micro/Nanosatellites in a New Information World (Space Studies)

181. Astronomy Today - Features And Articles On Astronomy, Space And Related Topics.
Information and articles on astronomy, space and related topics. Also features a friendly forum and a telescope buyer's FAQ page.
Astronomy Cosmology Space Exploration Sky Guide ... Community
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by Lydia on Fri Sep 16, 2005 Absolute Zero ...
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Welcome to Astronomy Today , where you'll find articles, interviews and features on astronomy, cosmology and space exploration. Check out our skyguide for details of what's happening in the night sky each month. Our sitemap is a good place to browse for articles. Why not become the latest member of our thriving astronomy community? astronomy forum
Featured Article: The Moon's influence on the Earth
Just how important is the Moon? In this article Paul J. Henney highlights and explains the key areas in which the Moon has both directly and indirectly influenced the development of life on the Earth ... Full article: Moon's Influence
Solar Eclipse Imagery
What hooked many of us on astronomy in the beginning was the fantastic imagery in the plethora of astronomy books out there. Now with the advent of the web, a vast wealth of awesome images are available to us. One such picture in poster form which decorates my wall can be found at:

182. Kentwood Amateur Astronomy League - Home Page
Events and meetings, resources, presentations and pictures, and links.
The Premier Amateur Astronomy Club of the Web. Current West Michigan Sky Highlights (Proceeds from Amazon sales will be used to advance KAAL projects) About KAAL Astronomy Resources Presentations/Pictures Links ... Contact Us

183. Department Of Physics And Astronomy - The University Of Iowa
Details areas of research, academic programs, curriculum, and associated facilities. Also features a weekly calendar, events announcements, and a departmental overview.
Physics and Astronomy Department of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Iowa Iowa City IA
203 Van Allen Hall
, voice (319) 335-1686, FAX (319) 335-1753
Areas of Research
Graduate Program
Undergraduate Program
Department Information
Employment Opportunities
Associated Centers/Facilities
Other Web Resources ...
Make an Online Gift to the Department of Physics and Astronomy Search this site: Last updated August 16, 2005.
The University of Iowa

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184. Astronomy For Kids
Information on the planets, stars and other spacerelated topics, plus puzzles, maps and links to more astronomy sites.
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Welcome to Astronomy for Kids! We're glad you're here, and we hope you enjoy your visit to the site. The Universe is a place that is vast beyond imagining, and what we will try to do is help you understand a little more about it. There are several sections to the site, but none of them takes a terribly long time to read, and all of them should be easily understood by kids of all ages. Grownups are welcome, too, as long as they promise to behave. Enjoy Your Visit! document.write(splashText); We are always interested in your opinions and questions, so feel free to send us a note anytime. If this is your first time here, you may want to visit the Site Information section first.
If you are looking for something in particular, you will probably be able to find it either in our Site Index or the Site Map
At the same time, some of life's most fascinating journeys are the ones we don't plan.
In the Sky Maps section, you can find out what's going on in the sky this month. We provide maps and charts for September's sky highlights, including which planets are visible and how to see them. This month, Mars will be very bright in the morning skies.

185. Sky And Telescope - The Essential Magazine Of Astronomy
Article discussing ways to getting started and learning astronomy.
Welcome to, where you'll find astronomy news, stargazing tips, expert advice on choosing and using telescopes, and much, much more.
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186. Historical Astronomy Division
American Astronomical Society division devoted to history, with a link to pages on the history of the society itself.
Announcements Officers Meetings Membership in HAD ...
Dr. Steven J. Dick is awarded the 2006 HAD LeRoy E. Doggett Prize for Historical Astronomy
The Historical Astronomy Division of the American Astronomical Society is pleased to announce that Steven J. Dick has been awarded the fifth LeRoy E. Doggett Prize for Historical Astronomy. The award of the Prize was for his distinguished career and publication record that has significantly influenced the field of the history of astronomy. The HAD will present Dr. Dick with the Doggett Prize and he will deliver the Doggett Prize Address at the January 2006 HAD meeting in Washington, DC.
For more information, click here
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by Ronald Brashear
email: Return to AAS Home Page The HAD logo is the Albrecht Dürer woodcut, "The Astronomer," dated 1500.
A copy is held in the British Museum.
To see the original, go to
From the link above click on "graphics" then "woodcuts" then "woodcuts 1489-1500" and The Astronomer is at the bottom of this page.
To go directly to the image, the URL is:

187. Croatian Amateur Astronomy And Astrophotography
Includes astronomical image galleries.

188. ASP: National Astronomy Education Projects
An evolving list of those projects and programs in astronomy education to which anyone from around the U.S. can apply or from which anyone can receive materials.
home education
SEARCH ASP SITE: Education Topics: Programs Activities Resources The Universe in the Classroom ... Forums
National Astronomy Education Projects: A Catalog
printer-friendly version Note: Organizations that are involved with a number of projects are just listed with their names; see the key at the end of the list for their addresses and telephone numbers. Table of Contents: Workshops and Training for Teachers of Astronomy (K-12)
Workshops and Training for Teachers of Astronomy (College)

Curriculum and Information Materials

Audiovisual Materials
... Appendix: Addresses of Frequently Listed Organizations by Andrew Fraknoi, Shannon Lalor, and Nicole Taddune
(Astronomical Society of the Pacific)
Version 3.0 (Nov. 1997)
Astronomical Society of the Pacific
390 Ashton Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94112 1.Workshops and Training for Teachers of Astronomy (K-12)

189. FutureSPACE - Advanced Spacedrives And The Future Of Human Spaceflight
An astronomy student's vision of space exploration, and a comprehensive collection of related material.
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190. ECUIP : The Digital Library : Science : Cultural Astronomy
A multimedia introduction to archaeoastronomy and ethnoastronomy suitable for K12 teachers and students. Part of the University of Chicago's Digital Library.



Throughout human history people of all cultures have looked to the sky to improve their daily lives. People have used the sky to help them gather food, hunt game, plant and harvest food, tell time, navigate while traveling, plan cities, make myths and folklore, develop religions, write literature, and produce art. This module explores the cultures that have observed the heavens, the phenomena they observed, and the ways they incorporated their observations of the sky into their daily lives Table of Contents

Learn about the people who have used astronomical phenomena to improve their daily lives.

Observe the sky and identify different astronomical phenomena.
Cultural Expressions

Use the sky to plant and harvest food, tell time, find your way and more. Lessons Classroom exercises that help students understand astronomical phenomena. Multimedia Gallery Interactive lessons give you a more in depth look at astronomy.

191. Southampton University School Of Physics & Astronomy
Admissions information, student resources and details of both the research and staff .
University of Southampton.We achieved a 5* rating in the last government RAE, making us one of the top five schools in the UK.
24 August 2005 04:37 PM School of Physics and Astronomy University of Southampton
Highfield, Southampton, SO17 1BJ.
Tel: +44 (0)23 8059 2093, Fax: +44 (0)23 8059 3910

192. The Astrophysical Journal
Devoted to recent developments, discoveries, and theories in astronomy and astrophysics.
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193. Women In Astronomy -- Workshop Proceedings
Notes from a 1992 workshop for women astronomers.
Held at the Space Telescope Science Institute
September 8-9, 1992
Edited by
C. Megan Urry, Laura Danly, Lisa E. Sherbert and Shireen Gonzaga Sponsored by the Space Telescope Science Institute, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Science Foundation, Maryland Space Grant Consortium, and the Computer Sciences Corporation The Space Telescope Science Institute is operated by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc., for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Click on the above image for a larger version (66kB JPEG) or below for a key to the names of attendees. There is also a list of names to match the identifying numbers.
    Note: Most of the links below are Acrobat PDF files. Your browser may need to be configured to display these or to launch a viewer. Free Acrobat software is available from Adobe Click on the thumbnail images below to view a larger (JPEG) version of the image. Preface
    Baltimore Charter and Signatories



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