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Cosmology
Astronomical distance scale Radar + Newton's laws determine the AU (Astronomical Unit = 149,597,900km ~ 93,000,000 miles)
Astronomy Introduction to the Day and Night Sky, The Sun and Stars, The Earth and the Moon, The Planets, Comets, Meteors and Asteroids, The Milky Way and Beyond, Astronomers and Their Tools
Astronomy Notes
Astronomy of the Earth's motion in space
Astronomy constellations details about the star constellations
Atlas of the universe this web page is designed to give everyone an idea of what our universe actually looks like
Bad astronomy popular misconceptions about astronomical phenomena, a tip
Big bang galaxies, Big Bang, microwave background, cosmology
Big bang model about ten billion years ago, the Universe began in a gigantic explosion - the Hot Big Bang!
Big bang theory The Big Bang Model is a broadly accepted theory for the origin and evolution of our universe. It postulates that 12 to 14 billion years ago, the portion of the universe we can see today was only a few millimeters across, a tip
Big Bang theorie in een notendop de Big Bang-theorie danken we in haar oorspronkelijke gedaante aan de Belgische geestelijke Georges Lemaītre (1927): uit de vaststelling dat het heelal uitdijt, stelde hij dat het ooit een "oeratoom" moet zijn geweest, dat ontplofte, in Dutch
Black Holes and Neutron Stars Ever wonder what it would look like to travel to a black hole? A neutron star? If so, you might find this page interesting. Here you will find descriptions and MPEG movies that take you on such exciting trips. These movies are scientifically accurate computer animations made with strict adherence to Einstein's General Theory of Relativity
Constellations families great bear, little bear, the dragon, the hunting dogs, water carrier, the twins, the crab, the charioteer, ...
Constellations constellations, stars, astronomy
Constellations constellations and their stars
Cool cosmos NASA's website about infrared astronomy
Cosmology according to contemporary cosmologists the universe began with a great explosion known as the Big Bang, after which the stars and galaxies slowly formed over billions of years, ...
Cosmology The Study of the Universe
Cosmology: frequently asked questions big bang, cosmology, science, astronomy, relativity, black hole
Cosmology: the structure & future of the universe
Cosmology tutorial cosmology is the study of the origin, current state, and future of our universe
Cosmos in a computer how did our universe come to be what it is today, how could galaxies and galaxy clusters emerge from the inferno of creation, what is the ultimate fate of the universe? Quicktime movies
From stargazers to starships
Galaxies - the spiral Nebulae
Grava Grava is a theory of cosmology and is presented as an antithesis to string theory, The Beginning of Space and Matter
Logarithmic Maps of the Universe This website contains figures from "Map of the Universe"
Milky way structure the milky way system is a spiral galaxy consisting of over 400 billion stars, plus gas and dust
Milky way galaxy a trip through our own galaxy
Nebulae types of Nebulae, the word "nebula" should be reserved for gas and dust clouds and not for groups of stars
Planets orbiting around other stars
Positional astronomy
Pulsar tutorial a neutron star with a very fast rotational component and strong magnetic field, which constrains emitting radiation to a cone. To be visible from earth, a pulsar must be oriented such that the cone of emitted radiation intersects earth
Quasars quasars are very distant objects. The light we see from quasars has had to travel so far to reach us that it must have been emitted very soon after the beginning of the universe in order to arrive here today. This means that quasars give us a glimpse into the past; their light provides a clue to what the universe was like very soon after it formed
Quasars & active galaxies Quasi-Stellar Objects, QSOs, or quasars are believed to be the most distant and luminous objects in the universe
Stars detailed but non-technical descriptions of selected stars
Stars, galaxies, and cosmology stars, galaxies, and cosmology
Starbursts & colliding galaxies
Stephen Hawkings universe where do we come from? How did the universe begin? Why is the universe the way it is? How will it end?
String theory String theory
Supernovae & neutron stars
Supernova cosmology project
Supernovae network to help contacts and share information among supernovae enthusiasts both amateurs and astronomers worldwide
Terror in space (NOVA)
The naming of stars The only official body which can give names to astronomical objects is the International Astronomical Union (IAU)
Whispers from the cosmos map
Violence in the cosmos explosive processes and the evolution of the universe, the universe is a stage for scenes of unimaginable violence
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