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  1. Boundaries of the Universe by John S. Glasby, 1971-01-01
  2. Space: The Next Twenty-Five Years (Wiley Science Editions) by Thomas R. McDonough, 1987-06
  3. Living and Working in Space: Human Behaviour, Culture and Organization (Series in Financial Economics and Quantitative Analysis) by Philip R. Harris, 1996-08
  4. My Universe by Zeldovich, 1992-03-04
  5. United Kingdom Air Almanac by S.A. Bell, C.Y. Hohenkerk, et all 2003-09
  6. The National Air and Space Museum: A Visit in Pictures by Donald S. Lopez, 1989-06
  7. Timespace: Geographies of Temporality by Jon May, 2007-03-20
  8. Faster, Better, Cheaper: Low-Cost Innovation in the U.S. Space Program (New Series in NASA History) by Howard E. McCurdy, 2001-11-14
  9. The Nautical Almanac for the Year 2011
  10. Time Management for Event Planners: Expert Techniques and Time-Saving Tips for Organizing Your Workload, Prioritizing Your Day, and Taking Control of Your Schedule by Judy Allen, 2009-12-29
  11. Who Owns the Moon?: Extraterrestrial Aspects of Land and Mineral Resources Ownership (Space Regulations Library) by Virgiliu Pop, 2008-12-09
  12. Empirical Science of Financial Fluctuations: The Advent of Econophysics
  13. Matching the Map Projection to the Need (Special Publication ... of the American Cartographic Association, No. 3.) by John Parr Snyder, Arthur Howard Robinson, 1991-06
  14. A business plan for creating and establishing a children's magazine on astronomy and space exploration by Savoula Amanatidis, 1995

81. Space & Astronomy News - Hubble Back In Business - 25/01/2000
is proof that the Hubble Space telescope is back in business. After atwomonth hiatus, it is a tremendous boost to all of astronomy to see Hubble
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Hubble back in business
Tuesday, 25 January 2000
The 'Eskimo' Nebula (NGC 2392). The bright central region is a bubble of material being blown into space. The newly released image of a dying star 5,000 light years from Earth, is proof that the Hubble Space telescope is back in business.
A successful Space Shuttle servicing mission (STS-103) last December, has restored NASA's premier optical space observatory to full capability as well, adding new electronics and replacement gyroscopes.
"After a two-month hiatus, it is a tremendous boost to all of astronomy to see Hubble back in action. NASA has restored the observatory to a condition that was better than it was even before the fourth gyroscope failed," said Steven Beckwith, director of the Space Telescope Science Institute, the Hubble science operations center in Baltimore, MD.
To verify the telescope's refurbishment, astronomers resumed operations by aiming it at two scientifically intriguing and photogenic targets. One object is an intricate structure of shells and streamers of gas around a dying sun-like star. Designated NGC 2392, it is dubbed the "Eskimo Nebula" because, as seen through ground-based telescopes, it resembles a face inside a furry parka. In Hubble's sharp view, the 'furry' features resemble giant comets all pointing away from the central star, like the spokes of a wheel.
A second target is a massive cluster of galaxies called Abell 2218, which acts like a giant zoom lens in space. The gravitational field of the cluster magnifies the light of more distant galaxies far behind it, providing a deep probe of the very distant universe.

82. Astronomy, Google-Style
InternetNews business Report astronomy, GoogleStyle By Tim Gray. Even thefield of planetary politics is now the domain of Internet intrigue.
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Downloads International Internet Lists ... Load user-defined Excel templates, containing formatted sheets and charts, with data from any database. August 10, 2005 Astronomy, Google-Style By Tim Gray "From the moment the abstracts became public, anyone on the planet with a Web connection and a little curiosity about this K40506A object could have found out where it was," Brown wrote in an e-mail to xSP Archives xSP News Jim 'Griff' Griffith, Dean, eBay Education AOL, Microsoft in Talks ... More News... Access FREE Whitepapers from the Sun Storage Solution Center: Whitepaper: The Art of Data Migration Whitepaper: Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing (BIDW) Whitepaper: Challenges of Data Retention Compliance Whitepaper: Sun Offers Java StorEdge Software Bundles Contact staff

83. InternetNews Realtime News For IT Managers
InternetNews provides realtime news updated throughout the business day, coveringIT issues and more business. astronomy, Google-Style
White Paper: Information Management Trends In 2005 What's your current data focus? While some companies are still focused on storage and access, others are leveraging their information to be more agile, gain new insights into business performance and make better decisions. Get this white paper and learn how your peers are implementing their data management solutions. Download this whitepaper. Compliments of Sybase. Regional News: Boston D.C. New York Silicon Valley More Tech News: Newslinx
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Downloads International Internet Lists ... Jim 'Griff' Griffith, Dean, eBay Education The eBay guru talks about what makes eBay tick. Let's Not Build This Bubble By Chris Nerney Mega-mergers, tech IPOs and more are fueling talk of another stock bubble. Can it happen again?

84. Funding Partnership Formation
business and Partnership Schemes. In order to carry out research at the highestlevel in particle physics and astronomy, researchers need to develop new,
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Business and Partnership Schemes
In order to carry out research at the highest level in particle physics and astronomy, researchers need to develop new, innovative technologies for the instruments that are required for internationally competitive research. PPARC is working to ensure that UK industry benefits from the leading edge technology developed for these scientific instruments. Developing a collaboration between an industrial company and an academic group takes time and resources. PPARC supports a range of schemes and initiatives to provide for studentships, fellowships and research grants to assist in the development of a culture of enterprise and knowledge transfer and the movement of staff from PPARC supported academic groups to industry, including links to the Technology Development programme. This document provides details of these schemes:

85. AnyWho: Internet Directory Assistance; Yellow Pages, White Pages, Toll-Free Numb
AnyWho is a free directory service with residential, business, and governmentwhite and List of participating companies offering astronomy products.

86. Science/Astronomy/Business
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87. The Astronomy Connection: Re: TAC Business Page.
ReplyTo The astronomy Connection. To tac. Subject TAC TAC business Page . resume type stuff . if it is business related, you can list it
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  • Next message: Jane E. Smith: "Re: New "VHT" Filter from DGM Optics." Mark, this is a great idea! Thank you for coming up with this. I think it's important to support each other in this way. Stacy Just give me a dark, clear, steady starry sky and no one gets hurt.
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  • 88. The Astronomy Connection: TAC Business Page.
    Next message Stacy Jo McDermott Re TAC business Page. looking for work here s my resume type stuff . if it is business
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    Date: Tue Apr 22 2003 - 11:31:51 MST
  • Next message: Stacy Jo McDermott: "Re: TAC Business Page." I have created a page for TACos to "network" (is that word still used?) and
    support each other. This is for local businesses owned or run by TACos, or
    for listing any expertise - like JAVA programming, auto repair, or even a
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  • 89. East Valley Living - Your Guide To Astronomy Planets Solar System Astrological S
    about astronomy, astronomers, astrological skies, astronomical sciences, astronomy. business Ideas. Cartoon of the Day. Community Building
    var sc_project=295203; var sc_partition=1; Saturday September 17, 2005 - Welcome to East Valley - Your GUIDE to the East Valley Home Business News Events ... Search Search About Us Advertising Contact Us Showcase Business Directory Showcase About Each City City Contacts Local News Emergency Info Schools Zip Codes Bar/Restaurant Directory Dining Reviews Ask Amy All Events Family Fun Guide Movies All About Art Ask a Question Ask Mr. Modem Astronomy Business Ideas Cartoon of the Day Community Building Financial Planning Home Decorating Hypnosis Legal Planning Lifestyles Real Estate News Sales Solutions Travel Ask A Trainer Doctor Fitness Talks Everyday Solutions Heart Health Health Tips Local News Art Business Fashion/Style Financial Inc. Magazine NY Times Home Page Rolling Stone CDs Rolling Stones Music News Slashdot News Sports Top News Wired Magazine World News Weather Real Estate News Arizona MLS Listings Mortgage Calculator Relocation Information Request Relocation Kit Cactus League Family Fun Guide
    Lunar Occulations September 2005
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    REPORT ON business MEETINGS OF COMMISSION J RADIO astronomy. Chair ProfessorRoy S. Booth (Sweden) Vice-Chair Professor Jacqueline N. Hewitt (United
    Chair: Professor Roy S. Booth (Sweden)
    Vice-Chair: Professor Jacqueline N. Hewitt (United States)
    1. Election of Vice-Chair
    One candidate was nominated for the position of vice-chair, Professor Makoto Inoue of Nobeyama Radio Observatory in Japan. Seventeen letters from Commission J delegates were transmitted to the Chair before the General Assembly, testifying to the strong support for Professor Inoue's candidacy. Professor Inoue accepted the position of Vice Chair of Commission J.
    2. Discussion of Commission J Sessions at General Assemblies
    A discussion took place on the organization of sessions at URSI general assemblies. There was general agreement that at these meetings topics with strong connections to the other URSI commissions should be emphasized, that the session devoted to science should be made longer, and that conflicts between Commission J sessions and joint sessions involving Commission J should be avoided.
    3. Review of Commission Activities

    91. Martindale's 'The Reference Desk' - International Art, Business, Science & Techn
    International business Copyright, Patents Trademark Dictionaries, businessCalculators astronomy Calculators Biosci/Biotech Center
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    92. Astronomy Articles, Forums, Listings, And Other Resources About Astronomy.
    Resources, searchable forums and searchable lists of organizations providing astronomy services.
    The Astronomy Net Articles AstroGuide Astro Images Calendar ... Donate Home Search: All of Astronomy Net The AstroGuide Astronomy Articles All Forums Astrophotography Amateur Telescope Making CCD Equipment Blackholes - Theories, Discussion, etc. Blackholes II Celestron User Group Discussion Forum Domes - Portable, fixed, etc. Eyepieces for telescopes General Interest and Misc Topics God and Science Discussion Meade User Group Discussion Forum Software for Astronomy UFO findings and discussion XEphem User Group discussion forum W elcome to the Astronomy Net. Here you can find resouces to help understand perhaps the grandest of all sciences.
    E mploying widely disparate disciplines astronomy boldly attempts to understand nothing less than the universe itself. This site exists to help you achieve this goal.
    Y our donation helps defray operating costs. Something from our Image Gallery
    Lagoon and Trifid Nebula
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    Please send your photos to for inclusion in the photo gallery. The AstroGuide This site includes lists of manufacturers, vendors, software, etc. organized in the AstroGuide to help when you are looking to purchase your tools. Login to help us verify the links.

    93. Amherst Astronomy Association, Amherst Astronomy Club, Astronomy Clubs Massachus
    Observing programs, astronomy classes, news, almanac, and gallery.
    A M H E R S T A S T R O N O M Y A S S O C I A T I O N
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    President - Tom Whitney 413-256-6234 E-MAIL
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    94. 2003 PACS // Journal Of The American Physical Society
    Hierarchical numbering scheme, developed by the American Institute of Physics, used to identify fields and subfields of physics.
    Physical Review since 1975 to identify fields and sub-fields of physics. (PACS codes from the Acoustics Appendix are not included in some of the formats listed below.) The next revision of PACS is expected to be PACS 2006, scheduled to be released in late 2005.
    The 2003 PACS scheme is provided in various formats:
    General Information
    If you are new to the PACS scheme, or would like further information, it is available here at AIP If you have comments about the PACS scheme, or want to suggest changes or point out errors, please use the feedback form
    2001 PACS
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    95. OLogy
    Learn a lot about astronomy, paleontology, and the definitions of other ologies on this site by taking journeys through space and the Gobi Desert. Includes games and activities and is presented by the American Museum of Natural History.

    96. Kevin's Astro-Nuts Homepage
    Guide to telescope basics, observation tips, monthly selection picks, and links.
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    Welcome to the Astro-Nuts Homepage
    (The Astronomy Beginner's Help Site)
    This site was last updated 2/19/05. Your Author
    Welcome the the Astro-Nuts Website and thanks for visiting. I hope to provide some basic beginner's help to my fellow beginning astro-nuts. Astronomy can be both a wonderful and a frustrating hobby. The keys to getting through the frustrations are patience and asking questions.
    Astronomers are a unique group of folks who welcome newcomers to the hobby with open arms and are always happy to share their experiences. So, don't be afraid to ask what you may think is a "dumb" question. Chances are we've all asked the same one at some point or another.
    The wonderful thing about astronomy is that it opens up the vastness of the universe to you. Thanks to this fantastic hobby I've seen examples of other worlds, other stars, and other galaxies. I've traveled millions of light-years into space and time and all from the comfort of my own backyard.
    First, a little information about myself. My name is Kevin Daly, I'm married and a father of 4 currently residing in Seymour, CT. I began in astronomy a few years ago by using 7 X 50 Binoculars. My current scopes are a Celestron 4.5" Newtonian Reflector, a Skywatcher 120mm Refract , both on German Equatorial Mounts, a dobsonian mounted Criterion 8" f/7.5 Newtonian Reflector, a Celestron 60mm Refractor, and a MCO 4" Maksutov Cassegrain Spotting Scope (my "travel scope").

    97. History And Philosophy Of Western Astronomy
    The History chapter of an introductory astronomy course.
    History and Philosophy of Western Astronomy
    Chapter index in this window Chapter index in separate window
    This material (including images) is . See my for fair use practices. Now that you have some feeling for the scales of time and space that astronomy This chapter covers the development of western astronomy and modern science. I focus on the rise of modern science in Europe, from the ancient Greeks to Isaac Newton. Other cultures were also quite interested and skilled in astronomy (the Mayans (link will display in another window), Egyptians, peoples of India and China come immediately to mind), but the Greeks were the first ones to try to explain how the universe worked in a logical, systematic manner using models and observations. Modern astronomy (and all of science) has its roots in the Greek tradition. If you would like a more thorough discussion of the history of astronomy than what I will present here, please take a look at Science and the Human Prospect by Ronald Pine (links will display in another window). I will give dates of when certain persons lived and worked to give you some reference points in the long history of astronomy. Don't worry about memorizing the dates. What is more important is to see the development of ideas and methods of modern science. I include images of world atlases from different time periods in this chapter and the next as another way to illustrate the advances in our understanding of our world and the universe. Links to the sites from which the photographs came are embedded in the images. Select the picture to go to the site. The vocabulary terms are in

    98. Amateur Astronomy - Astrophotos Of The Northern Constellations With Outlines And
    Constellation, moon, mars, Polaris star trails, and HaleBopp images.
    Andromeda , the Chained Princess
    Lepus , the Hare
    Aquarius , the Water Bearer
    Libra , the Scales
    Aquila , the Eagle
    Lyra , the Lyre
    Aries , the Ram
    Microscopium , the Microscope
    Auriga , the Charioteer
    Monoceros , the Unicorn
    Camelopardalis , the Giraffe
    Orion , the Hunter
    Canes Venatici , the Hunting Dogs
    Pegasus , the Winged Horse
    Canis Major , the Great Dog
    Perseus , the Hero
    Canis Minor , the Little Dog
    Pisces , the Fish
    Capricornus , the Sea Goat
    Piscis Austrinus , the Southern Fish
    Cassiopeia , the Queen
    Puppis , the Stern
    Cepheus , the King
    Pyxis , the Compass
    Cetus , the Whale or Sea Monster
    Sagitta , the Arrow
    Columba , the Dove
    Sagittarius , the Archer
    Corona Borealis , the Crown
    Scorpius , the Scorpion
    Cygnus , the Swan
    Sculptor , the Sculptor
    Delphinus , the Dolphin
    Scutum , the Shield
    Draco , the Dragon
    Serpens Caput , the Serpent's Head
    Equuleus , the Little Horse
    Taurus , the Bull
    Gemini , the Twins
    Triangulum , the Triangle
    Ursa Major , the Great Bear
    Lacerta , the Lizard
    Ursa Minor , the Little Bear
    Leo Minor , the Little Lion
    Vulpecula , the Fox
    The Pleiades
    Polaris with star trails
    Moon and Mars
    Hale-Bopp Photos
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    99. Association For Astronomy Education (AAE)
    An affiliate of the National Science Teachers Association.
    Association for Astronomy Education (AAE)
    an affiliate of the
    National Science Teachers Association ( NSTA ) USA
    Welcome to the new homepage for the US Association for Astronomy Education (AAE). We are still growing - check back soon!! Among many things, you will find a limited list of resources for teaching and learning about astronomy from kindergarten up through graduate school. We have not attempted to provide a comprehensive list - if your pages aren't listed here, check the references therein - you'll find them!!! Currently, there are no membership dues. If you would like to receive our electronic announcements, please send a blank email to: send astroed_news-unsubscribe if you need to disconnect Handy Hyperlinks E-Mail Distribution Archive from May 2001 to present

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    AAE Officers PRESIDENT
    Tim Slater
    University of Arizona
    Department of Astronomy
    Tucson, AZ 85721

    100. Space And Astronomy -
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