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OBSERVATIONAL ASTRONOMY
PLANETARY SCIENCES
ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY
AMATEUR ASTRONOMERS
RADIO ASTRONOMY
CCD IMAGING
MADE IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTIONS
INFRARED ASTRONOMY
ASTRONOMY CLUB
AMATEUR ASTRONOMY
PROFESSIONAL ASTRONOMY
PORTAL
ORGANIZATIONS
SPACE SCIENCES
ASTRONOMY-RELATED
ACTIVITIES
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
DEPARTMENT
MATHEMATICS
GINGERICH
ASTRONOMY
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Astronomy"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Astronomy is one of the few sciences where amateurs can still play an active role, especially in the discovery and monitoring of transient phenomena.
  2. Astronomy is one of the oldest sciences. (Web site)
  3. Astronomy is an enjoyable, inexpensive hobby for millions of people.
  4. Astronomy is the world's most popular magazine for the astronomy-oriented public.
  5. Astronomy is a monthly science and hobby magazine with more than 140,000 readers.

Russian

  1. Русский > Информация > Наука > Астрономия

Observational Astronomy

  1. Observational astronomy was mostly stagnant in medieval Europe, but flourished in the Iranian world and other parts of Islamic realm.
  2. Ways of obtaining information Radio telescopes are among many different tools used by astronomers Main article: Observational astronomy.
  3. However, observational astronomy flourished in the regions conquered by the Arabs (from Persia to Spain). (Web site)

Planetary Sciences

  1. Extragalactic astronomy: the study of objects (mainly galaxies) outside our galaxy.
  2. Complementary to observational astronomy, theoretical astrophysics seeks to explain astronomical phenomena.
  3. By subject or problem addressed Planetary astronomy, or Planetary Sciences: a dust devil on Mars.
  4. See the list of astronomical topics for a more exhaustive list of astronomy related pages.
  5. I`d be pleased to answer questions about any aspect of astronomy, particularly those related to cosmology, astrophysics, and planetary sciences. (Web site)

Astronomical Society

  1. Formed in 1953 as the Junior Astronomical Society, the SPA publishes a quaterly magazine Popular Astronomy. (Web site)
  2. Marathons are typically organized by a local astronomy organization or astronomical society as a special type of star party. (Web site)
  3. Manchester Astronomical Society - Information about the society, articles and astronomy links. (Web site)

Amateur Astronomers

  1. Hamilton Amateur Astronomers The Hamilton Amateur Astronomers is a group dedicated to the enjoyment of astronomy and public education.
  2. The site contains News on astronomy, tips and trick on astrophotography, and, much more, the ALP is the home for the dedicated amateur astronomer.
  3. Astronomical Societies The Amateur Astronomers Association is the regional society for astronomy in the New York cosmopolitan area. (Web site)

Radio Astronomy

  1. Optical and radio astronomy can be performed with ground-based observatories, because the atmosphere is transparent at those wavelengths.
  2. Radio astronomy detects radio broadcast transmission but much more sensitive. (Web site)
  3. In fact, most radio astronomers consider themselves very fortunate to get even a week's worth of data at radio astronomy observatories each year. (Web site)

Ccd Imaging

  1. Astroware 1 is devoted to shareware and freeware files on the topics of Astronomy, Amateur Telescope Making, CCD imaging and image processing.
  2. One branch of amateur astronomy, amateur astrophotography, involves the taking of photos of the night sky. (Web site)
  3. Interests range from observing and astrophotography to CCD imaging and armchair astronomy.
  4. This is a celebration of astronomy, organised by a committee of amateur and professional astronomers.
  5. Astronomy In Your Hands Hands-on astronomy activities for classroom and home.

Made Important Contributions

  1. The ancient Greeks made important contributions to astronomy, among them the definition of the magnitude system.
  2. The most important of the mathematicians at this second centre was Varahamihira who also made important contributions to astronomy and trigonometry. (Web site)
  3. Regiomontanus made important contributions to trigonometry and astronomy.

Infrared Astronomy

  1. Infrared astronomy deals with the detection and analysis of infrared radiation (wavelengths longer than red light). (Web site)
  2. Cool Cosmos Learn about infrared light, infrared astronomy and multiwavelength astronomy.
  3. In De Hemelloop, published in 1608, he wrote on astronomy and strongly defended the sun centred system of Copernicus.

Astronomy Club

  1. The database is the Saguaro Astronomy Club's database which consists of over 10,000 deep sky objects and includes valuable observing notes. (Web site)
  2. Tulare Western High School Astronomy Club students aren't just gazing at the stars.
  3. AAC Logo: The club's logo, name and FirstLight are copyright © by the Alachua Astronomy Club, Inc. (Web site)

Amateur Astronomy

  1. He had an early interest in amateur astronomy and received his undergraduate degree in 1939 at the Sorbonne in Paris.
  2. Astronomical League The goal of The Astronomical League is to encourage an interest in astronomy (and especially amateur astronomy) throughout America.
  3. Skokie Valley Astronomers is a club devoted to amateur astronomy. (Web site)

Professional Astronomy

  1. Ever since the twentieth century the field of professional astronomy has tended to split into observational astronomy and theoretical astrophysics.
  2. Since the 20th century, the field of professional astronomy split into observational and theoretical branches. (Web site)

Portal

  1. Astroportal.sk Slovak educational portal for astronomy amateurs, teachers and students.
  2. Science Master - Space and Astronomy Pages ScienceMaster's Space and Astronomy Home Page is a portal for space science and education resources. (Web site)
  3. It may be highly recommended for teachers in mathematics and physics or for introductory courses in positional astronomy, as well." (ORION, Vol. (Web site)

Organizations

  1. Resources, searchable forums and searchable lists of organizations providing astronomy services.
  2. Information and articles on astronomy, space and related topics.
  3. A searchable online database of astronomy organizations worldwide.
  4. ISAAC - International Society for Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture - Contact details for this international academic society. (Web site)

Space Sciences

  1. It is a non-profit organization for french speaking people interested in astronomy, meteorology, geophysics and space sciences.
  2. Contains tabular data for astronomy, space sciences, geodesy, surveying, navigation and other applications.
  3. Astronomy is sometimes promoted as one of the few remaining sciences for which amateurs can still contribute useful data. (Web site)

Astronomy-Related

  1. See list of astronomical topics for a more exhaustive list of astronomy-related pages.
  2. Description: The Galaxy Page is a hypertext database of space and astronomy-related web sites.

Activities

  1. The society organises scientific meetings, publishes a quarterly bulletin and supports the popularisation of Astronomy and other similar activities.
  2. FirstLight: The AAC publishes a monthly newsletter, FirstLight, devoted to club activities and astronomy topics. (Web site)

Educational Programs

  1. It operates a wide range of public and inhouse educational programs in astronomy.
  2. The main objective of the FPOA is to promote astronomy through public educational and interpretive programs at Fremont Peak State Park.

Department

  1. Historically, most astronomical data has been collected through optical astronomy.
  2. As part of the University of Toronto's Department of Astronomy it operates optical telescopes for research, the largest being a 1.88m telescope. (Web site)
  3. The Hindu Astronomy is one of the ancient astronomical systems of the world. (Web site)
  4. Astronomy and Islam A galaxy of astronomical links many with an Islamic flavour.
  5. A Brief Edition," and gives links relevant to each chapter in the book as well as updates on new developments and discoveries in astronomy.

Mathematics

  1. The pioneer of amateur radio astronomy was Karl Jansky who started observing the sky at radio wavelengths in the 1930s. (Web site)
  2. Astronomy and Astrophysics consists of two main parts, a Timeline and a Dictionary.
  3. High-energy astronomy includes X-ray astronomy, gamma-ray astronomy, and extreme UV astronomy, as well as studies of neutrinos and cosmic rays.
  4. The site contains general information about astronomy as well as information about the society.
  5. Digital Archive of Historical Astronomy Pictures ( DAHAP ) A collection of images from the history of astronomy, for use in research and teaching.

Gingerich

  1. Gingerich provides a good review of the role of archaeoastronomy in the history of astronomy.
  2. An article by Owen Gingerich, in Scientific American, on ancient astronomy preserved and improved in the Islamic empire. (Web site)

Astronomy

  1. Electronic Newsletter for the History of Astronomy - Complete archive and subscription information.

Categories

  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Information > Science
  2. Information > Science > Astronomy > Universe
  3. Science > Astronomy > Universe > Space
  4. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Time > Day > Night
  5. Information > Science > Physics > Astrophysics

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