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Through the Universe at the Speed of Light
May 3, 1999 ... A Trip through the Universe at the Speed of Light ... Earth from space- taken by the Apollo 11 astronauts. Visible through the clouds are ...
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Astronomy Public Outreach - Stellar Brightness
Feb 8, 1996 ... The Brightest Stars, as Seen from the Earth. Rank Popular Name Name, ... Apparant is how bright the appear to us in the sky. ...
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Astronomical Telescopes
Apr 21, 1999 ... This site has a good overview of astronomical telescopes. The principal function of an astronomical telescope is light gathering, ...
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Radio Telescopes
Apr 21, 1999 ... The National Radio Astronomy Observatory's Very Large Array (VLA) near Socorro, NM, consists of 27 radio telescopes, each 25 meters in ...
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Physics 7 Lecture #5 - Thermal Radiation
Jan 28, 2000 ... A realistic picture of atomic structure can be found at this ... Bohr, Planck, Pauli and other physicists (yes, including Einstein) began to ...
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Barbara Jones' Recent Publications
May 24, 1999 ... Jones, B., Puetter, R. C., Smith, H. E., Stein, W. A., Wang, M. & Campbell, ... Barbara Jones' HomePage · CASS Research Interests Page ...
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Supernovae, Neutron Stars & Pulsars
Apr 16, 1999 ... What were the pulsars? From the short pulse duration and the rapid pulse rate, astronomers concluded that the pulsars must be exceedingly ...
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San Diego County Bug Pictures by Ron Lyons
San Diego County Bug Pictures by Ron Lyons. The insect and spider pictures listed below were taken using a 70-210 macro zoom lens with 1 to 1.75 inches of ...
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San Diego County Bug Pictures by Ron Lyons
San Diego County Bug Pictures by Ron Lyons. The insect and spider pictures listed below were taken using a 70-210 macro zoom lens with 1 to 1.75 inches of ...
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Tom Barlow Home Page
Tom Barlow Home Page (tab@astro.caltech.edu). Some useful links:. LANL/SISSA - Astrophysics Preprints. NASA Astrophysics Data System. ...
 
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