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  1. Synthesis Imaging in Radio Astronomy: A Collection of Lectures from the Third Nrao Synthesis Imaging Summer School (Nrao Workshop No. 6) by National Radio Astronomy Observatory (U. S.), Alan Bridle, et all 1989-06
  2. The Astronomical Almanac for the Year 2001: Data for Astronomy, Space Sciences, Geodesy, Surveying, Navigation and Other Applications by U. S. Naval Observatory, 2000-01
  3. Astronomical Almanac for the Year 2002: Data for Astronomy, Space Sciences, Geodesy, Surveying, Navigation and Other Applications by U. S. Naval Observatory, 2001-01
  4. Galactic and Extragalactic Radio Astronomy (Astronomy and Astrophysics Library)
  5. Observational Astronomy by D. Scott Birney, Guillermo Gonzalez, et all 2006-07-24
  6. Binocular Astronomy (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series) by Stephen Tonkin, 2006-11-30
  7. Handbook of CCD Astronomy, 2nd Edition (Cambridge Observing Handbooks for Research Astronomers) by Steve B. Howell, 2006-04-03
  8. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Amateur Astronomy by Michael E. Bakich, 2003-07-14
  9. Handbook of Infrared Astronomy by I. S. Glass, I.S. Glass, 1999-06-01
  10. Desktop Publishing in Astronomy & Space Sciences: Strasbourg Astronomical Observatory, 1-3 October, 1991
  11. Astronomy on the Personal Computer by Oliver Montenbruck, Thomas Pfleger, 2000-04-14
  12. Proceedings of a Workshop on Optical Surveys for Quasars (Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series : Vol 2) by A. Porter, R. Green, et all 1988-06
  13. Observatory Operations to Optimize Scientific Return II: 27-28 March 2000, Munich, Germany (Proceedings of Spie Volume 4010) by Dfm Engineering, 2000-12
  14. Electronic Imaging in Astronomy: Detectors and Instrumentation (Wiley-Praxis Series in Astronomy and Astrophysics) by Ian S. McLean, 1997-04

41. UVA Astronomical Observatories
observatories operated by the UVA astronomy department. Includes schedulinginformation, technical and historical descriptions of the telescopes,
University of Virginia Telescopes ( Schedules
Steward Observatory Telescopes ( Schedules
Mount Graham International Observatory
UVa has negotiated an agreement with the Research Corporation and Steward Observatory (University of Arizona) which has given us access to the Large Binocular Telescope (LBT) and MGIO facilities, including the 1.8-meter VATT. When completed, the LBT will be the largest aperture optical telescope in the world.
Steward Observatory
UVa has negotiated an agreement with the Research Corporation and Steward Observatory (University of Arizona) which has given us access to Steward facilities including the MMT and Magellan 6.5-meter telescopes.

42. Institute For Astronomy
Subjects include astronomy, Mauna Kea observatories, Haleakala observatories,astronomical research and astronomy education.
The Institute for Astronomy at the University of Hawaii conducts research into galaxies, cosmology, stars, planets, and the Sun. Its faculty and staff are also involved in astronomy education, and in the development and management of the observatories on Haleakala and Mauna Kea. Search for:
Updated monthly.
Click here for daily-updated search. ANNOUNCEMENTS Hawaii Telescopes Catch Most Distant Explosion NOVA "Origins" lecture at PBS studio, September 14th "Deep Impact" lecture by Karen Meech, September 22nd Vacancies

43. Digital Archive Of Historical Astronomy Pictures
Images from the history of astronomy, old telescopes, pictures of astronomers, observatories.
Technoscience News About DAHAP
DAHAP: Digital Archive of Historical Astronomy Pictures
A collection of pictures from the history of astronomy. 35 pictures are currently available. Choose from the following categories: Solar system Stellar astronomy Telescopes and other instruments Observatories ...
Comments? Add them here

44. Dave's Astronomy Stuff
Links to useful astronomy resources, including satellite and comet tracking, space exploration, observatories, world space agencies, education, software and photographs.
Astronomy Stuff
I got my first telescope in the summer of '97. It is a used Celestron 8" SCT. I have been very happy with it while I was using it in Arizona. I belonged to the Saguaro Astronomy Club in Phoenix and found many experienced observers there. I love the clear skies of Arizona. I recently moved to New Jersey and have not yet hooked up with a club here. I am in the Cherry Hill area. If you know a good local club or just some nearby dark skies, drop me a line and let me know.
Here are a few Astronomy links.
Return to Main Page Satellite Visibility Do you want to see what's visible from your location? You'll need to edit your latitude and longitude. Default is Mount Laurel NJ. Pharmaceutical Resources Page Observable Comets Get elements and ephemerides for the latest visitors. Allows you to chart the current position and path. Book List Weekly Comet Update More comet information for locating and tracking comets. Updated weekly. SEDS Messier Database Hubble Photos Planetarium Software The Nine Planets An excellent tour of our solar system. Full of planetary facts. Views of the Solar System Another solar system multi-media tour.

45. Linux For Astronomy
commercial Linux The new release of Linux for astronomy includes over 3Gb of Astronomical software precompiled for the Linux (x86) operating system. Applications include a wealth of general purpose image and signal processing tools, as well as the state-of-the-art algorithms in use at observatories and universities worldwide. Facilities for processing the data products of the major space-based instruments (Hubble Space Telescope, EUV, Einstein, ROSAT, and IUE) are also included.

46. Radio Astronomy Group, University Of Tasmania
Contains student research projects, astronomical data, radio observatories, and history.
HTTP 200 Document follows Date: Sat, 17 Sep 2005 07:17:06 GMT Server: NCSA/1.5.2 Last-modified: Wed, 05 Jan 2005 03:42:58 GMT Content-type: text/html Content-length: 16234 Physics at the University of Tasmania
Welcome to the website of the Discipline of Physics at the University of Tasmania!
Physics research at UTAS encompasses:
Theoretical Physics

Radio Astronomy
Optical Astronomy
X-ray Astronomy
Mt Pleasant and Ceduna Radio Telescopes Take part in Upcomming NASA Mission! The radio telescopes operated by the department are playing a role in the Huygen-Cassini mission. Read more here. 2005 Academic Year commences Monday 21 Feb 2005 Information for Current Students Subject Information Honours Projects Summer Scholarships PhD Program Created: August 2004 by Dr Melanie Johnston-Hollitt. Last modified: January 2005.

47. Caltech Computational Astronomy Home Page
The Caltech Computational astronomy Group uses highperformance parallel computers for analysis of data from many different observatories.
Caltech Computational Astronomy
A Hubble Space Telescope WFPC2 photograph of the core of the globular cluster M15 (courtesy of STScI ). Deep radio searches have revealed eight millisecond-period pulsars in this cluster.
The 512-node Intel Paragon XPS The Caltech Computational Astronomy Group is directed by Tom Prince . We use high-performance parallel computers for analysis of data from many different observatories, e.g. Palomar, Arecibo, Parkes, the Infrared Astronomy Satellite, and the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory.
Caltech Computational Astronomy Projects
Modern astronomical telescopes are using increasingly sophisticated instrument technology, and produce larger and more complex datasets which often require large amounts of computation to extract the maximum signal-to-noise ratio from an observation. Thus high-performance computers must be viewed as essential components of these new instruments. The following are some of our current projects in computational astronomy.
Papers and preprints

48. Spider's Astronomy In Arizona Pages
observatories. astronomy in Arizona by Rik Hill; Skyweek s AstroSzene Arizona series Astronomical observatories. Around Tucson
Spider's Astronomy in Arizona Pages
Sites of astronomical and space-related interest in Arizona
Tucson and around
University of Arizona Campus and Around
The University of Arizona campus is the home of a considerable number of facilities and institutions related to astronomy and space, both professionally and on amateur level.

49. Astronomy Pinboard
Accessories, software, observatories, binoculars, telescopes, components, photo equipment, and miscellaneous items.
Home Register Members Pics ... Links The web flea market for all goods related to astronomy, telescopes and optics.
This site is located in Switzerland but anyone all over the world is allowed to use it. Please be aware that everybody is responsible for the quality of his own goods and adequate prices. We do not make any check of the goods that are being advertised here. To add your own ad, please register free, or login to your members-area. Nothing found here?
Come to the annual
Astronomy Fleamarket

in Zurich, Switzerland. Accessories
Eyepieces, filters, star diagonals, finder scopes, drive, pocket lights, adapters and other gadgets. ATM Components
Parts of a telescope like mirror, objective lens, cell, spider, tube, focuser, etc. for amateur telescope makers. Binoculars
Binoculars for star hopping, bird watching and neighbour peeping.
Books, magazines, atlases, star charts, programs, cd-roms, etc. Miscellaneous
The most famous category for all the stuff that didn't match the other categeries. :-)
Mounts (altazimuth or equatorial) with/without a tripod or a pillar. Observatories Domes or whole observatories for rent or buy with/without telescopes.

50. Korea Astronomy And Space Science Institute
With current research, listings of Korean observatories, education, traditional astronomy, as well as stellar, lunar and weather information.

Post-Doctoral Fellowships

Introduction of KASI
Post-Doctoral Fellowships

Introduction of KASI
Division ... Overseas

51. Optical Filters Astronomy Custom Interference Fluorescence Microscopy
Designs and manufactures custom astronomy filters and prescription sets, for a wide variety of university programs, observatories, government agencies, and international consortia. Develops solutions for the spectral, optical, and environmental demands of each filter application.
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Laser Line Filters Offering



3RD Millennium offering

Focuses on promoting astronomy education, observatories and science theaters within the state. Includes list of local events and related clubs.
Join Us! Our goals are:
  • To promote education in the areas of astronomy, space science, technology, aerospace, and related fields, in the State of Nebraska.
  • To support the Mueller Planetarium and similar space theaters.
Membership is $5/year. Click here to join.
Ask an Astronomer!
If you have a question about space or astronomy, ask an astronomer . You'll receive an answer in a day or two.
If you have any suggestions for content you feel should be a part of this website, please contact us
Space News

53. New England Space Science Initiative In Education
Resource to help locate space science education resources throughout New England, including observatories, planetariums, science museums and amateur astronomy clubs.
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Science Broker?

Sept '05
Pioneers of Space Project!

Current NASA

Television Education

File Schedule

Info for
Museum of Science - Boston

54. More results from OnLine observatories and Planetariums of the better Online Astronomical observatories and Planetariums on the WWW.If you know of any good Online Astronomical observatories or Planetariums,

55. The Astronomy Network Of Ohio
A useful resource for Ohio astronomers that includes a bulletin board, and links to astronomy clubs, planetariums, observatories and educational material.
The Astronomy Network of Ohio
M Y N E T W O R K O F O H I O This site is for everyone interested in Astronomy and the wonders of the natural sky above, from educators to students and from veteran amateur observers to novice stargazers. This page is under Construction. If you would like to learn more about the sky, the stars and telescopes, explore these pages to find out where you can go in your area to learn more. This site is intended to be a useful resource for Ohio Astronomers, veteran and aspiring. If you have any information that should be included, or if you have any suggestions for improving this site, please send your comments to: Mike Grilley Ohio Astronomy Bulletin Board Your public forum for posting and reading updates about astronomy-related events around Ohio. Is your club having an observing session? Is your planetarium having a special public program? Any good guest speakers coming soon?

56. Huachuca Astronomy Club Home Page
Calendar of events, newsletter, observatories and telescopes information, gallery, resources, and deep and shallow sky pages.
Updated: 09/06/2005
HAC's Weather Page
Home Calendar of HAC Events HAC Officers ... Newsletter
updated 8/15/05 Deep Sky Pages Shallow Sky Pages HAC Incorporation ATM Pages ... HAC Classifieds
Updated 9/6/05! Astrometry 701 Internet Links Update Page Feedback to HAC ... HAC's ' Minor Planet Club' Members You are esteemed visitor
since May 18, 2000 To arrange special
viewing events, Contact:
Ms. Jeanne Herbert

Contact Us At:
Huachuca Astronomy Club

Mailing Address: 2310 E. Suma Drive Sierra Vista, AZ 85650 President: Doug Snyder Webmaster: Doug Snyder Welcome to the Huachuca Astronomy Club Website Where are we, what do we do, and why do we do it? HAC has more member observatories per capita than any other club in the United States with 50 or more members (20%) Upcoming Huachuca Astronomy Club Events, 2005 Sept. 16 (Fri.)

57. Amateur Astronomers Association Of Princeton - New Jersey's Premiere Astronomy C
astronomy club with two active observatories, monthly meetings, and workshops. Geared towards novices and experts alike.

58. - Astronomy
Articles on astronomers, observatories, work performed and its significance from the ninth to the fifteenth centuries.

59. Welcome To AURA
AURA is a consortium of educational and other nonprofit institutions that operates world-class astronomical observatories.
See our FAQ page for
university programs

and employment Looking for educational
astronomy info? See our
Astronomy Info and

Resources page

New: Astronomy Education Review
provided by AURA Announces Formation of the Gemini Director Search Committee

60. Favorite Astronomy Links
Links to news, what's up, research, institutions, observatories, history of astronomy, and astronomy as a hobby, by Prof. J.S. Tenn, Sonoma State University.
Sonoma State University
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Favorite Astronomy Links
On this page: Breaking News Ongoing News What's Up, Doc? Astronomical Research ... Reference section Other pages: Favorite Physics Links Educational Resources in Physics and Astronomy Jobs in Physics, Astronomy, and Other Fields
Breaking News
Ongoing News
What's Up, Doc?
Astronomical Research

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