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General overview: space & astronomy related topic: Astronomy Software, Relativity theory
Alpha centauri's universe space, NASA, images, astronomy, planet, NGC, objects, stars, galaxies, software, downloads, venus, mercury, sol, sun, earth, moon, luna, mars, jupiter, ganymede, europa, callisto, io, saturn, titan, dione, enceladus, uranus, miranda, neptune, triton, phobos, deimos, pluto, charon, hubble, telescope, desktop, rockets, vehicle, links, directory, asteroid, comets, 433 eros, E.L.E, dinosaurs, craters, impact, planetarium, deepest impacts, space vehicles, videos, wallpapers
Amazing space web based activities primarily designed for classroom use
Astronet informatie over sterrenhemel, astronomie, ruimteonderzoek, meteorologie, in Dutch
Astronomy and cosmology information on astronomy, cosmology, and related topics ranging from black holes to asteroids
Astronomy 162 stars, galaxies, and cosmology, a tip
Astronomy all about Astronomy, the planets, the sun, the moon, the stars, galaxies, asteroids, Venus, Mercury, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto
Astronomy an introductory tutorial in astronomy
Astronomy Astronomy
Astronomy introduction to astronomy
Astronomy glossary astronomy, light, electromagnetic radiation, telescope, planet, solar system, star, stellar properties, magnitude, spectral type, HR diagram, Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram, Sun, fusion, comet, meteorite, stellar structure, stellar interior, life, birth, death, universe stellar evolution, stellar remnants, galactic structure, Milky Way, extra-galactic astronomy, Hubble Constant, Hubble Law, cosmology, extra-terrestrial life, scientific method
Astronomy notes astronomy, light, electromagnetic radiation, telescope, planet, solar system, star, stellar properties, magnitude, spectral type, HR diagram, Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram, Sun, fusion, comet, meteorite, stellar structure, stellar interior, life, birth, death, universe stellar evolution, stellar remnants, galactic structure, Milky Way, extra-galactic astronomy, Hubble Constant, Hubble Law, cosmology, extra-terrestrial life, scientific method
Astronomy now astronomy and space news
Astronomy, physics, and soaring page
BBC - space interactive space, sky at night, patrick moore, universe, galaxy, planets, stars, a tip
Cyber space here you can learn about our solar system and what lies beyond
Deep space network DSN: is an international network of antennas that supports interplanetary spacecraft missions and radio and radar astronomy observations for the exploration of the solar system and the universe
Encyclopedia astronautica resource for rockets spacecraft launch vehicles astronauts cosmonauts spaceflight engines space history exploration
EOS Earth Observing System
ESA European Space Agency
ESA Science & Technology ESA, science, Satellites in Orbit, Solar System, Astrophysics, Fundamental Physics, Education, SMART-1, Mars Express, Huygens, Rosetta, Hubble
Extra solar planets today, around 70 planets are known outside our solar system. And now, a new adventure begins: The search for planetary systems that are more like our own
Extra solar planets encyclopedia up to date infos on extrasolar planets
Extra solar visions Extrasolar Visions is dedicated to providing information about newly discovered extrasolar planets. It is also the intent of this site to speculate, through images and words, about what these new planets might be like and to inspire a new generation of explorers to discover the true nature of worlds we can only dream of
Galaxy page a tip
Hands on universe an educational program that enables students to investigate the Universe while applying tools and concepts from science, math, and technology. Using the Internet, HOU participants around the world request observations from an automated telescope, download images from a large image archive
History of the universe timeline from the Big Bang to the end of the universe
Imagine the universe for students age 14 and up, and for anyone interested in learning about our universe, a universe of black holes, dark matter, and quasars
NASA Earth science enterprise NASA's Earth Science Enterprise is dedicated to understanding the total Earth system and the effects of humans on the global environment, a tip
National Schools Observatory
Other worlds, distant suns extrasolar planet VRML astronomy new space stars Jupiter Mars Saturn Earth Moon catalog
Principles of astronomy
SDSS SkyServer space and all space related subjects: missions, launches, science, astronomy, photo's, videos, spaceTV, technology, games, spacekids, a tip
Space lessons
Space physics textbook
Space weather bureau science news and information about the sun - earth environment
Stardate non-technical information about astronomy and space exploration, including stargazing tips, FAQs, sky almanac, solar system guide
Terror in space (NOVA)
Today's space weather
Windows to the universe explore the earth and space
Miscellaneous topics about space related topic: Relativity theory
Antimatter: mirror of the universe everything you wanted to know about antimatter, from history to everyday use. This means that when the electrons, protons and neutrons which make our world were created, a lot of their twins (positrons, antiprotons and antineutrons) were also made. So, where are they? Where did they go? Did they become an antiworld?
Astro biology online guide to the origin, evolution, and distribution of life in the universe as well as all other aspects of space exploration, astrobiology, exobiology, space biology, terraforming, SETI, extreme environments, planetology, space station, space shuttle, mars, titan, antarctica, cosmology, astronomy, astrophysics
Astronomical constants from NASA constants and equations for calculations
Astronomical distances you are in a spaceship leaving earth to explore the universe! How fast do you want to travel?
Astronomical redshift astronomical redshift is the lengthening of emitted radiation as detected by observers
A trip through the universe at the speed of light
Binary stars a binary star system consists of two stars which orbit around a common point
Binary stars, part of Multiple star systems
Blackbody radiation what is Blackbody radiation, Blackbody radiation explained, Planck Radiation Formula
Black holes what are Black holes, Black holes explained
Black holes a black hole is a region of spacetime from which nothing can escape, even light
Black holes and general relativity
Black holes and neutron stars
Black holes and neutron stars 2
Black Holes How do we see Black Holes
Clusters of galaxies
Coriolis force pdf file
Coriolis force pdf file
Coriolis force pdf file
Current Space Weather Conditions
Dark Energy
Dark matter
Dark matter
Distance scale
Doppler shift the wavelength of light emitted by a moving object is shifted. This effect is called the doppler shift
Electromagnetic spectrum
EM radiation (light)
Geomagnetic storms and impacts on power systems power system reliability threat, magnetic storm forecast improvements
Gravitational lenses
Gravity History of gravitational theory, Newton's law of universal gravitation, Gravitational potential, General relativity, Earth's gravity, Equations for a falling body, Gravity and astronomy,
Gravity What is Gravity, Gravity explained
Gravity What is Gravity, Gravity explained, The gravity force has the same form as Coulomb's law for the forces between electric charges, i.e., it is an inverse square law force which depends upon the product of the two interacting sources, ...
Gravity pdf file
Gravity each object in the universe attracts each other body
Gravity gravity is a force pulling together all matter (which is anything you can physically touch). The more matter, the more gravity, so things that have a lot of matter such as planets and moons and stars pull more strongly
Infrared astronomy learn all about infrared and infrared astronomy. See the latest images and discoveries. Includes detailed sections on the infrared universe and infrared spectroscopy
Kepler's Law orbital motion and Kepler's laws
Kepler's Laws The orbit of a planet/comet about the Sun is an ellipse with the Sun's center of mass at one focus, A line joining a planet or comet and the Sun sweeps out equal areas in equal intervals of time, The squares of the periods of the planets are proportional to the cubes of their semimajor axes
Kepler's Laws animated
Kepler's Laws of planetary motion
Logarithmic maps of the universe
Newton's Law of Gravity
Newton's laws, basic forces & light the fundamental forces
Nuclear reactions Nuclear energy can be produced by either of two types of reactions: fission, the splitting apart of a massive atomic nucleus, or by fusion of lighter nuclei into a heavier nucleus
Orbital mechanics Orbital mechanics, also called flight mechanics, is the study of the motions of artificial satellites and space vehicles moving under the influence of forces such as gravity, atmospheric drag, thrust, etc. ...
Orbits Orbits
Orbits Planetary orbit
Particle physics: contemporary physics education project understanding of the fundamental nature of matter and energy
SETI Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, a scientific experiment that uses Internet-connected computers, SETI applet
Solar flares a flare is defined as a sudden, rapid, and intense variation in brightness
Solar wind and IMF
Spectral analysis
Spectral lines in stars: absorbtion and emission
Spectral lines - wavelenght units
Speed of light contemporary physics states that no object should be able to travel faster than the speed of light, c = 299792458 m/s
Stars and their spectra an introduction to the spectra of stars and allied celestial objects
Timeline of the universe the 15-billion-year-long history of the universe
Timeline of the universe a spacetime map of the universe
Your sky an interactive planetarium which produces sky maps for a given time/date for a given location on the Earth's surface
Zwaartekracht de zwaartekracht is de kracht die tussen twee massa's werkt. De zwaartekracht is er de oorzaak van dat alles op aarde naar beneden valt. De zwaartekracht werkt ook op hele grote afstand, bijvoorbeeld tussen de aarde en de maan. Zwaartekracht wordt ook gravitatie genoemd, in Dutch

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