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  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)

161. Physics & Astronomy Lesson Plans
Over 200 more lesson plans for all grades.
General Lesson Plans

162. University Of Iowa Physics And Astronomy Lecture Demonstations
Demonstration and multimedia catalog.
University of Iowa Lecture Demonstations

163. EfstonScience -- Canada's Science & Astronomy SuperStore Carrying A Wide Selecti
Science and astronomy superstore, with a wide variety of equipment and supplies for sale.
Our SuperStore has four floors packed with products for everyone in the family. Located in Toronto, Ontario, we are dedicated to servicing all of North America with expert knowledge and professional service since 1970.


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164. Welcome To The Astronomy Ireland Homepage
Details of this Irish national spaceinterest association, with sky and space news, including details of upcoming events, links and general information.
Astronomy Ireland Homepage Last Update: September 16, 2005 Menu

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Welcome to Ireland's national Astronomy Club - Join here October 3 Nationwide Solar Eclipse Watches October 6: Astronomy Evening Classes ENROLLING NOW. As heard on Pat Kenny Show , RTE Radio 1. Details and online booking here October 10 " Metorites and the origin of the Solar System " by Dr. Ian Sanders, Trinity Colege Dublin. Book Here Check out the third level Astronomy and Astrophysics options around Ireland Astro-Expo 2005 - Ireland's biggest Astronomy and Space Exhibition Join our FREE mailing list for news of events in the sky and around Ireland New - Launch of Junior Section of the site HERE SUMMER SALE NOW ON! up to 40% off telescopes. Call (01) 847 0777. HALF PRICE Book Sale NOW ON!

165. Curious About Astronomy? Ask An Astronomer
Browse archives of previous questions and answers, or submit a question to be answered by astronomers at Cornell University.
Image credit: T.H. Jarrett This all sky map shows galaxies detected in the survey colour coded by their distance from us, with blue being the nearest sources, through green to the most distance sources shown in red. Particularly prominent are the Virgo cluster (at top right, and the plane of the local supercluster; as well as the Pisces-Perseus supercluster at far left. Our own galaxy, the Milky Way , blocks the view of external galaxies across the middle of the image. Previous front page images can be seen here
Welcome to Ask an Astronomer at Cornell University
Top Ten Questions Recently Added Questions Since they first stepped out of the proverbial cave, humans have always been intrigued by the beauty and wonder of the night sky and the almost infinite possibilities of space.

166. Philip C. Steffey, Ph.D - Astronomy
astronomy scientific, archaic, educational, and popular.

Contacts: Philip C. Steffey - Astronomy/Science Matt Allard - Website

167. Leicester Astronomy And Astrophysics
University of Leicester research groups in xray and observational astronomy, theoretical astrophysics, space projects and instrumentation.
Theoretical Astrophysics Group Space Research Group Postgraduate Opportunities Search the site ...
X-ray and Observational Astronomy Group
Comet Tempel 1: Scientists measure how deep "Deep Impact" was, with X-rays
The XRA Group has a distinguished record in high-energy astrophysics, having played a leading role in X-ray observatories such as Ariel-V, Exosat, Ginga and Rosat, now continued with Chandra and XMM-Newton. Although an emphasis on X-ray astronomy remains, the research programme now makes use of the full range of ground-based and space-based facilities for multi-wavelength astronomy. Active research interests include: the study of white and brown dwarf stars; stellar coronae; cataclysmic variables; supernova remnants; normal, starburst and active galaxies; clusters of galaxies; deep X-ray surveys; and the cosmic X-ray background radiation. A wealth of X-ray data is now arriving from the XMM-Newton and Chandra observatories; both XMM's EPIC and Chandra's HRC cameras were developed here. The Group also provides access to many important data archives via LEDAS and is now participating in the Astrogrid Project, leading towards the "virtual observatory".

168. APOD: 2000 December 13 - Manicouagan Impact Crater On Earth
Image taken from space shuttle Columbia in 1983.
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 December 13
Manicouagan Impact Crater on Earth
STS-9 Crew NASA Explanation: The Manicouagan Crater in northern Canada is one of the oldest impact craters known. Formed during a surely tremendous impact about 200 million years ago, the present day terrain supports a 70-kilometer diameter hydroelectric reservoir in the telltale form of an annular lake . The crater itself has been worn away by the passing of glaciers and other erosional processes. Still, the hard rock at the impact site has preserved much of the complex impact structure and so allows scientists a leading case to help understand large impact features on Earth and other Solar System bodies. Also visible above is the vertical fin of the Space Shuttle Columbia from which the picture was taken in 1983. Tomorrow's picture: ISS Above Archive Index Search ... USRA
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169. Physics And Astronomy At The University Of Calgary
General information about the department, research activities, staff and students, and other details. Also features newsletter archives.
Physics and Astronomy
Colloquium Thursday April 21 Location ICT 121 Time 11:00 AM Speaker Dr. Maya Paczuski Title Complexity, Networks, and Self-Organization For more info click here PASA is not available at this time Welcome to Physics and Astronomy Photo by Keith Morison
Reprinted with permission of The Calgary Herald

170. Science Policy News - FYI - The American Institute Of Physics
Summarizes science policy developments in Washington, DC, affecting the physics and astronomy community. Summaries are approximately one page long and are issued two or more times every week. FYI subscriptions are free.
[an error occurred while processing this directive] [an error occurred while processing this directive] [an error occurred while processing this directive] FYI summarizes science policy developments in Washington affecting the physics and astronomy community. Summaries are approximately one page long and are issued two or more times every week. FYI subscriptions are free ; they are provided by AIP as a service to the science community. Latest FYIs: Status of FY 2006 Physical Sciences/Education Funding Bills Bush Administration Reacts to Senate Funding Bill for NASA, NIST, NSF Holt, Scientific Societies Oppose Teaching Intelligent Design as Science Important Letter from Ray Orbach: DOE Researchers and Hurricane Katrina Any questions about science policy developments or pending legislation can be directed to

171. Center For History Of Physics - American Institute Of Physics
Has a mission to preserve and make known the history of modern physics and allied sciences including astronomy, geophysics and optics.
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Go to exhibits ALL EXHIBITS AT A GLANCE Marie Curie - Her Story in Brief Einstein: Image and Impact (IMPROVED!)

172. Faculty Profile: Bernard F. Burke
Professor of Astrophysics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A profile of Bernard Burke and his work in radio astronomy
Boston native and William A.M. Burden Professor of Astrophysics Bernard R. Burke completed his SB in 1950 and PhD in 1953 at MIT. In 1953, he joined the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism at the Carnegie Institution in Washington and became a section manager in 1957. Upon his return to MIT in 1965 as Professor of Physics, Professor Burke introduced interferometric techniques at the Haystack Radio Observatory in Westford, Massachusetts. As leader of RLE's research group in this area, he shared the 1971 Rumford Prize awarded by the Academy of A rts and Sciences. Together with the National Radio Astronomy Observatory and the Canadian National Research Council, his research group developed techniques for very-long-baseline interferometry (VLBI). This method uses atomic frequency standards to synchronize radio teles copes at remote locations around the world and has improved angular resolution for radio telescopes by 1000-fold. Professor Burke's group was also first to conduct inter- and transcontinental VLBI. Recently, he has served as the U.S. principal investigato r to develop orbiting VLBI stations and has also participated in European and Soviet VLBI mission studies. He has served as Visiting Professor at the University of Leiden (1971-72), Sherman Fairchild Scholar at the California Institute of Technology (1984- 85), and held a Smithsonian Regents Fellowship in 1985. In 1963, he received the Warner Prize of the Amer ican Astronomical Society and, in 1988, was corecipient of a NASA Group Achievement Award. He served as President of the American Astronomical Society (1986-88), is Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and was elected to the National Acade my of Sciences in 1970. He chairs and serves on several advisory boards for NASA and the National Science Foundation, and participates on the editorial boards of many professional journals.

173. Boy Scout Astronomy Merit Badge Program
Program, fees, and badge requirements for offering by the Ritter PlanetariumBrooks Observatory of Toledo, Ohio.
The Ritter Planetarium-Brooks Observatory Astronomy Merit Badge Program is based on the requirements to earn an Astronomy Merit Badge. The program includes a tour and use of the hands-on displays in our lobby, a specialized planetarium program, and either a tour of the Ritter 1-Meter Telescope , or observing at the Brooks Observatory , weather permitting. Scouts are also given a helpful workbook ( view a 4 page sample - requires Acrobat) based on the badge requirements, and each group is given a useful star and planet locator to keep and use during future stargazing. Astronomy Merit Badge Programs will be offered: Saturday, September 17, 2005
Monday, October 17, 2005
Saturday, November 12, 2005
Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Saturday, January 21, 2006
Wednesday, February, 15, 2006
Saturday, March 25, 2006
Thursday, April 20, 2006
Saturday, May 20, 2006 Seating is limited! If your troop would like to attend one of our Astronomy Merit Badge Programs please RSVP in advance. Please contact the Planetarium Office at (419) 530-2650, Mondays through Fridays, 9:00am - 5:00pm to schedule your troop. Admission is $9.00 per person including all attending adults. Please consider attending one of our public programs , too.

Mt. Suhora Observatory is part of the astronomy Department of the Pedagogical University in Cracow specializing in the photometry of variable stars. Information about the observatory, its scientific output and some useful links.
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    175. Stars And Planets - Space Exploration And Astronomy News - Illuminating Your Uni
    Provides daily news from the frontiers of space and astronomy and features a discussion forum.
    Data Retrieval
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    Sponsored by: Universe Today - Space news from around the Internet, updated every weekday.
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    Astronomers Discover Fastest Intergalactic Space Traveller
    Its discovery is puzzling astronomers who used the National Science Foundation's Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) radio telescope to directly measure the fastest speed yet found in a neutron star. The neutron star is the remnant of a massive star born in the constellation Cygnus that exploded about two and a half million years ago. Ultra-precise VLBA measurements of its distance and motion show that it is on course to inevitably leave our Galaxy.
    Researchers find clue to start of universe

    First-light for Africa's giant eye: First color images from SALT

    Cassini findings suggest complex story of venting at the south pole of Enceladus

    South Polar ozone hole makes big comeback
    Finding a Way to Test for Dark Energy
    Space and Astronomy Headlines from Yahoo!
    Yahoo! News - Search Results for space astronomy New Deep Space Antenna Comes Online (RedNova) ESA ESA’s new deep space radio antenna in Cebreros (vila, Spain) will be officially inaugurated on 28 September. The new 35-metre antenna is ESA’s second facility devoted to communications with spacecraft on interplanetary missions or placed in very distant orbits.

    176. Science Resources On The Net Start Page
    A selection of listings covering museums, K12 sites, math, computer science, philosophy of science, physics, chemistry, astronomy and cosmology, biology, geology, ecology, agriculture, medicine, psychology, anthropology and archeology. Includes website search engine.
    Science Resources on the Net
    This site offers a selected listing of internet science resources. To access the science listing, just click here here , or on the link below.
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    Is Economic Theory a Pseudoscience?

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    177. Astronomy Picture Of The Day Archive
    s and bookmarks by an astronomer.......Daily updates, archives since June 1995.
    Astronomy Picture of the Day Archive
    Index Search Today's Picture
    2005 September 17: The Shadow of Phobos
    2005 September 16: Northern Lights, September Skies
    2005 September 15: The Nucleus of Comet Tempel 1
    2005 September 14: The Boomerang Nebula in Polarized Light
    2005 September 13: A Quadruple Sky Over Great Salt Lake
    2005 September 12: The Colliding Galaxies of NGC 520
    2005 September 11: Jupiters Clouds from Cassini
    2005 September 10: Supernova Survivor
    2005 September 09: Moon River
    2005 September 08: IC 1396 in Cepheus 2005 September 07: The View from Husband Hill on Mars 2005 September 06: Fresh Tiger Stripes on Saturn's Enceladus 2005 September 05: Globular Cluster 47 Tucanae from SALT 2005 September 04: Comet Hale Bopp Over Val Parola Pass 2005 September 03: Venus Unveiled 2005 September 02: X-Ray Portrait of Trumpler 14 2005 September 01: One-Armed Spiral Galaxy NGC 4725 2005 August 31: Crepuscular Rays Over Utah 2005 August 30: Albireo: A Bright and Beautiful Double 2005 August 29: Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf of Mexico 2005 August 28: Muon Wobble Possible Door to Supersymmetric Universe 2005 August 27: 3D International Space Station 2005 August 26: Full Moon, Green Rim

    178. Physics & Astronomy Library
    Physics and astronomy collection.
    CU Home Libraries Home Search Site Index ... Help Search Library Catalog: Title (start of title) Journal (start of title) Author (last, first) Keyword (and, or, not, "") Subject Go To CLIO >> Find Databases: Title Keywords Title (start of title) Keywords Go To Databases >> Find E-Journals: Title (start of title) Title Keywords Subject Keywords Go To E-Journals >> Search the Libraries Website: Go To Advanced Website Search >> About the Libraries Libraries Collections Digital Collections Hours Directions to Columbia Map of Campus Libraries More... Catalogs CLIO (Columbia's Online Catalog) Other Catalogs at CU and Nearby A-Z List of Library Catalogs Course Reserves More... E-Resources Citation Finder Databases E-Journals E-Books E-Data E-News E-Images Subject Guides More...

    179. IAYC - International Astronomical Youth Camps
    Annual European space camp for amateur astronomers aged 16 24. During three weeks 70 participants work together in small units on research projects relating to astronomy and science.
    Sponsors The IAYC-SETI group Suzy and the earthlings About this site Saturday 17th of September 2005 08:53:28 AM Time left until IAYC 2005: Welcome to the IAYC web site Every year the International Astronomical Youth Camp (IAYC) takes place somewhere in Europe. About seventy people from many different countries live together for three weeks. They are aged between 16 and 24 years old and share the same interest: astronomy. read more... Latest news from the leader team Sat, 16 Jul 2005
    We are happy to announce that William Optics sponsors the IAYC 2005. William Optics donated a Zenithstar 80 refractor with eyepieces, diagonal prism and other accessory to IWA e.V.. We hope for many clear nights with this fine telescope during the camp! Mon, 10 Jan 2005
    Finally it is here, the thing you all have been waiting for. 9 days earlier than in 2004 and 15 days earlier than 2003. The First Info booklet containing all the information you need to know about IAYC 2005. Go and check it out here . There you can also download the applicationform . If you participated in any of the last two camps or ordered the booklet from, your hardcopy will be sent to you very soon. The IAYC leaderteam.

    180. Muslim Scientists And Islamic Civilization
    Extensive information resource on Muslim contributions to science, mathematics, astronomy, and philosophy in the Middle Ages. Includes articles and biographies.
    Scientific Contributions Before European Renaissance, 700 - 1500 C.E. The material linked on this page may not be edited, rewritten, or published.
    Islamic Civilization

    Ya'juj wa Ma'juj

    Muslim History

    Muslims in the Indian Subcontinent

    The Glorious Qur'an: English Narration of its Meaning
    Surah Ar-Rahman (The Beneficent, The Mercy Giving), Ayat 33-36
    O company of jinn and men, if ye have power to penetrate (all) regions of the heavens and the earth, then penetrate (them)! Ye will never penetrate them save with (Our) sanction. Which is it, of the favours of your Lord, that ye deny? There will be sent, against you both, heat of fire and flash of brass, and ye will not escape. Which is it, of the favours of your Lord, that ye deny? English Narration of the Meaning of Surah Ar-Rahman Surah 55, Ayat 1-16 Surah 55, Ayat 31-36 Surah 55, Ayat 31-78 Welcome to the web page on Muslim contribution to humanity and Islamic Civilization. This page is dedicated to those Muslims whose multi-disciplinary contributions sparked the light of learning and productivity and without whom the European Renaissance would not have begun and come to maturity. Their contributions are rarely mentioned in formal education, and if at all mentioned their

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