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         Astronomy Business:     more books (100)
  1. From Autogiro to Gyroplane: The Amazing Survival of an Aviation Technology by Bruce H. Charnov, 2003-07-30
  2. The Economy As An Evolving Complex System II (Santa Fe Institute Series) by W. Brian Arthur, Steven N Durlauf, 1997-10-06
  3. Knowledge Diffusion in the U.S. Aerospace Industry: Managing Knowledge for Competitive Advantage (2 Volumes) by Thomas E. Pinelli, Rebecca O. Barclay, et all 1998-02-02
  4. Space Debris: Hazard Evaluation and Debris (Earth Space Institute Book Series)
  5. The Bronze Age Computer Disc by Alan Butler, 1999-03
  6. Deep Inelastic Scattering by Robin Devenish, Amanda Cooper-Sarkar, 2004-01-29
  7. Managing Martians by Donna Shirley, 1999-06-01
  8. Newton's Principia for the Common Reader by S. Chandrasekhar, 2003-06-12
  9. Atlas of Compact Groups of Galaxies by Paul Hickson, 1994-11-28
  10. Space Commerce (Frontiers of Space) by John McLucas, 1991-03-25
  11. Flight Management Systems: The Evolution of Avionics and Navigation Technology by Samuel B. Fishbein, 1995-06-30
  12. IFR by the sun and stars: not that long ago crews flew thousands of miles with no navigational aids except the sky itself. It's such an elegant solution.(IFR ... flight rule): An article from: IFR by Bill Castlen, 2009-08-01
  13. Sky & Telescope's Mirror-Image Moon Map
  14. Treaty Series (Great Britain): #10(2008) Supplementary Agreement Between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland a (Cm.) by Bernan, 2008-08

121. Astronomical Leage - Who We Are
Astronomical League members can order astronomyrelated books at a 10% discount Books and other material published by the Astronomical League as well as
To promote the science of astronomy -
by fostering astronomical education;
by providing incentives for astronomical observation and research;
by assisting communication among amateur astronomical societies. The Astronomical League is composed of over two hundred and forty local amateur astronomical societies from all across the United States. These organizations, along with our Members-at-Large, Patrons, and Supporting members form one of the largest amateur astronomical organizations in the world. Our basic goal is to encourage an interest in astronomy (and especially amateur astronomy) throughout America. Many people have seen pictures of the other planets in our Solar System from spacecraft, but have no idea that they too can see these objects with a telescope. We want people to get access to telescopes, whether it is through their local astronomical society, school, or their own instruments, and use them to view the beauty in the heavens.

122. For Better Sites Than Mine !!!
Contains links to other astronomy websites.
Let me bring you to the best Astro Sites of the world
Some Recommended Sites !!!
Shows you the features of Meteor showers, whether major or minor List of Meteor Showers One of the best sites I have ever seen, regarding Astro News. Science@NASA - Science.Nasa.Gov For Hubble Telescope Pictures and Database, you must visit this site. Space Telescope Science Institute Home Page For more astrophotography advices, visit: ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY PRIMER This brings you to more astro sites. For specialised astrophotography, visit: Comets and Sky Astrophotography For Updated sky events, visit: Heavenly Details Meteors are difficult to photograph, but upon visiting this site, it is not so. Meteor Photography Learn Astronomy through specialists. General Topics This concentrates more on the equipment side. Methods of astrophotography Excellant site with Astro News, updated and accurate. StarTimes This is like an Astronomy dictionary online! Singapore Science Centre gives you astro data. SKYTRACK 1998 Looking for quality telescopes ? visit: Meade Main Index - Meade Instruments Corporation Website with members of my club, past and present.

123. SSDOO Education: Activities For Students
Space science activities for elementary and secondary students in astronomy, physics, life sciences, and space technology.
Space Science Activities for Students
The following activities are sponsored by current and former SSDOO staff members:
The following activities are recommended for students in the Greenbelt, MD vicinity:
Other Useful Links: Return to SSDOO Education home page Author: Carolyn Ng Contact Person: Nathan L. James,, (301)286-9789

124. Educational Resources In Physics, Astronomy, And Related Fields
A combination of lesson plan sites and useful science links, from Sonoma State University. Well worth the time to visit.
Sonoma State University
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Some Educational Resources in Physics, Astronomy, and Related Fields
On this page From research scientists For secondary schools and colleges For elementary and secondary schools Communication with other teachers ... Gateways to more sites Other pages: Favorite Physics Links PION (Physics In Our Neighborhood) Favorite Astronomy Links Jobs in Physics, Astronomy, and Other Fields
From research scientists

125. Physics And Astronomy Lab Demonstrations
Diagrams and descriptions of over 300 demonstrations.
Search Database for: Keyword Numbers Demo Name
September 17th, 2005
The Lab Manager is proud to currently offer 224 different demonstrations.
Areas of Study:
Fluid Mechanics


Modern Physics


User Login
Username: Password: Welcome to the Demonstration Catalog and Ordering System of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Guests are invited to browse through our listings. And we always welcome feedback! Department Faculty please login to the left and proceed with ordering your demonstrations. -The Lab Managers

126. Gizmos, Dinosaurs, Nature, Solar, Science, Flying Toys, Boats, Space, Astronomy
Includes dinosaurs, flying toys, gyroscopes, astronomy, boats, globes, and solar kits.

Dinosaur Toys

Flying Toys



Dinosaur Toys

Flying Toys


Backyard Fun

127. Irish Astronomy - Main
Message board and astro photo gallery for Irish astronomers, with telescope reviews and price guide, a beginner's guide to the field and a guide to local clubs.
Home Forums Reviews Beginners Guide ... Gallery Star Charts
Heavens Above

Milky Way Panorama

Stargazer (Java Applet)
The Messier Catalog ... Telescope Buyers FAQ Clubs and Societies
Irish Astronomical Society

Irish Astronomical Assoc.

Kildare Astronomy Society

South Dublin Astro. Soc.
East Antrim Astro. Society
Equipment Suppliers
Andromeda Optics

North Down Telescopes
UK Suppliers Orion Optics SCS Astro Telescope House Irish Astronomy Magazine Email Us
Latest Topics
Short tube, fast refractor... appropriate eyepi... Last updated Tue Sep 06, 2005 4:27 pm by jhonan Viewing from Cork Last updated Mon Sep 05, 2005 4:24 pm by Chrislynch September/October 2005 Arcturus now online Last updated Sat Aug 20, 2005 2:49 pm by jhonan Maksutov Cassegrain 5" Last updated Wed Jul 13, 2005 3:49 pm by quemac Any information on the Asteroid? Last updated Mon Jul 04, 2005 8:19 pm by jhonan
Astronomy in Ireland
This site is dedicated to the science of astronomy. If you are interested in astronomy and have questions about the solar system, space missions, telescopes and accessories, astrophotography, or anything related to astronomy, then please feel free to ask in the forum There are a number of astronomy clubs around Ireland. There is bound to be one near you. These clubs have regular meetings and star parties which are a great way to get involved in the hobby. Try the links on the left for more information.

128. Ask The Experts
Ask questions and check out the archives, organized by topic.
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Curious about physics and astronomy? Just send us your questions! Click here to submit your question Search Answers New Answers Would a newspaper bleaching in the sun be a physical or chemical change? How do you find an objects resonant frequency? Since antimatter is created when two matter particles are slammed together at high velocities, could the vice versa work and create matter? What is the particle structure of a flame? ... If Big Bang theory suggests that the universe started out as a homogeneous mass that spread uniformly in all directions, how did we get 'lumps' [stars, galaxies, etc] in the universe? New Questions Try answering these questions: if your answer is good we will publish it and with three or more published answers you will enter The Experts Hall of Fame Can a rainbow appear at night? - asked by: Jason What is a Synchrotron and how does it work? - asked by: Akash What do u mean by eddies current or eddies?

129. Ancient Mysteries
Various mysteries, including drawing of ancient flying machines, astronomy, ancient structures and evidence of electricity, hieroglyphs, and geoglyphs.
Ancient Mysteries What's new Site Map Links Contact ...........COMING MORE ANCIENT MYSTERIES FROM THE PAST......... NEW ANCIENT MYSTERIES URL Ancient Technological Mysteries Mysterious Technological Achievements
Last Update Ancient Structures Ancient Structures surrounds with Mystery Last Update Man over million years
Evidences that men lived more
than the normal history record NEWS
Unknown Hieroglyphs-Geoglyphs
Mysterious Hieroglyphs and Geoglyphs Last Update Mysterious Space Images The search for extraterrestrial
life Last Update Mysterious Earth Images The search for extraterrestrial
life Last Update Ancient Man-Species Ancient Mythical Creatures and Races Last Update Readings Mysterious Readings Last Update CHECK What's Coming and What's new Links to Ancient Mysteries Pages Do you want more Ancient Mysteries? Only your clicks keep us online YES NO Sign Ancient Mysteries Guestbook View Guestbook ... View Ancient Mysteries old guestbook Help Ancient Mysteries with your Contact , your Comments or your Questions

130. Astronomy Group
University of Southampton provides course details plus information on local seminars, speakers, and articles.
Astronomy Group
University of Southampton
search the site:
This is the homepage of the Astronomy Group, we are part of the School of Physics and Astronomy , at the University of Southampton . Click on the images below or use the menu on the left to navigate.
'First light' for Africa's giant eye (SALT)

131. APOD: 2000 February 26 - Impact: 65 Million Years Ago
Computer rendering of Chicxulub crater, from gravity and magnetic field data.
Astronomy Picture of the Day
Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 2000 February 26
Impact: 65 Million Years Ago
courtesy V.L. Sharpton, LPI Explanation: What killed the dinosaurs? Their sudden disappearance 65 million years ago, along with about 70 percent of all species then living on Earth, is known as the K-T event (Cretaceous-Tertiary Mass Extinction event). Geologists and paleontologists often entertain the idea that a large asteroid or comet impacting the Earth was the culprit. In such a cosmic catastrophe, the good(!) news would be that the impact would generate firestorms, tidal waves, earthquakes, and hurricane winds. As for the bad news ... debris thrown into the atmosphere would have a serious global environmental consequences, creating extended periods of darkness, low temperatures, and acid rains - resulting in a planet-wide extinction event. In 1990, dramatic support for this theory came from cosmochemist Alan Hildebrand's revelation of a 65 million year old, 112 mile wide ring structure

132. UVic - Physics And Astronomy
Includes information about the department, research areas, people, and seminars. Also features information about the coop program.
Mailing Address:
University of Victoria,
PO Box 3055 STN CSC,
Victoria, BC, V8W 3P6 Canada Courier Address:
University of Victoria,
Elliott Building, 3800 Finnerty Rd,
Victoria, BC, V8P 5C2 Canada Phone: Fax: E-Mail: Official UVic Website Legal notices Last update: June 18, 2004

133. Physics And Astronomy Journals
Directory of physics and astronomy publications.
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Magazines Journals Preprint Archives Newsletters 'The true spirit of delight, the exaltation, the sense of being more than Man, which is the touchstone of the highest excellence, is to be found in athematics as surely as in poetry.'

134. History Of Physics And Astronomy
Collection of links to articles on the history of Physics and astronomy.
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135. Taha Mzoughi's MSU Pages
Mississippi State University, Department of Physics and astronomy designing and delivering training to faculty, students and teachers on the use of computers for learning and teaching.
Instructor Page Welcome and thanks for visiting this page. My name is Taha Mzoughi and this page is intended to provide links to the various activities I pursue here at MSU . You will find links to the Web pages I develop for my classes as well as to several JavaScript Applications I wrote. You may contact me at the provided references. Campus References: Office: 244 Hilbun Hall
Lee Boulevard
Mail Stop 9538 Mailing Address: Department of Physics and Astronomy
P.O. Drawer 5167
Mississippi State, MS 39762-5167 Telephone:
Pre-prints of submitted articles/proposals
as of December 2002
Distance Education Credentials and Vitae


Web Based Instructional Tools
(access only with password. Description will be forthcoming) Java Applets for Teaching Physics (Mirror/Links) A Trivia/Quiz Engine Using JavaScript. Questions can pop at random or in order. They can be multiple choice or numerical. Further information will be provided soon. Preparing Tomorrows Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) Project Globe-Tunis Workshop Pictures Learn to Work Project Stride Project ... The new and improved Cloud Identification Tutorial (Please report any errors; I have just posted it 7/19/98)

136. Scouting
Stargazing for Everyone programs for astronomy badge.
Boy Scout and Girl Scout Badges
Printable General Flyer Stargazing For Everyone has special scouting programs
that address the requirements for
the Boy Scout Astronomy Badge and
the Girl Scout Sky Search and Space Exploration Badges Select from our scout telescope and binocular stargazing programs
our scout planetarium programs , and our special scout lectures These programs are adaptable for any age audience
and for groups from 10 to 150 or more.
Go to our Fee Schedule Page for a description of our program fees. Here is a link to a website full of resources for scouting groups.

Scout Telescope and Binocular Stargazing Programs: These programs are designed to satisfy any badge requirements needing telescopes or binoculars , and making general sky observations. These are outdoor programs with the scouts using telescopes and binoculars to make their observations.

137. Instytut Astronomiczny Uniwersytetu Wroc³awskiego
General information, staff, research, education, variable stars observations database, atlas of solar prominences

XXXII Zjazd Polskiego Towarzystwa Astronomicznego

Wroc³aw, 19-23 wrze¶nia 2005
Komentarze? Napisz do opiekuna strony
Ostatnia zmiana: 1 kwietnia 2005 Comments? Write to webmaster
Last updated: April 1, 2005

138. Universe Today - Space And Astronomy News
Space exploration and astronomy news brought to you from around the Internet, updated daily.
NEWS ARCHIVE TOPICS FORUM PHOTOS LINKS Subscribe to the free newsletter Email: What is RSS?
Web The DRAO 26-metre dish. Image credit: NRC. Click to enlarge Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory Open House Sep 16, 2005 - Since it's in my neighbourhood, globally speaking, I thought I'd mention that the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory, which is located in Southeast British Columbia, will be having an open house on Saturday, September 24. They've got a 26-metre radio dish, and many other instruments. It would be a great opportunity to see the equipment and meet radio astronomers, so if you live nearby, put this on your calendar. (Unfortunately, I won't be able to attend... maybe next year).
Fraser Cain
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Image credit: Joseph Caruana. Click to enlarge Astrophoto: M104 by Joseph Caruana Sep 16, 2005 Joseph Caruana took this picture of . Joseph used a Meade DSI PRO to take this image.
Do you have photos you'd like to share? Post them to the Universe Today astrophotography forum or email them to me directly, and I might feature one in Universe Today.

139. Eric Weisstein's Treasure Troves Of Science
Online encyclopedias of astronomy, math, physics, scientific biographies, and scientific books, with many equations and formulas.

Eric W. Weisstein

Eric W. Weisstein

140. Astronomy Picture Of The Day
Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
Astronomy Picture of the Day
Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 2005 September 17
The Shadow of Phobos
Malin Space Science Systems MGS JPL NASA Explanation: (xxxedit and linkxxx) Hurtling through space above the Red Planet potato-shaped Phobos completes an orbit of Mars in less than eight hours. In fact, since its orbital period is shorter than the planet's rotation period, Mars-based observers see Phobos rise in the west and set in the east - traveling from horizon to horizon in about 5 1/2 hours. These three images from the Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) spacecraft record the oval shadow of Phobos racing over western Xanthe Terra on August 26, 1999. The area imaged is about 250 kilometers across and is seen in panels from left to right as red filter, blue filter, and combined color composite views from the MGS wide-angle camera system. The three dark spots most easily seen in the red filter image are likely small fields of dark sand dunes on crater floors.

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