AstroWeb: Physics Resources

The maintenance of the AstroWeb database of astronomical resources has been discontinued on 10 July 2010; its contents is still available but represents the status of Astroweb at that date.

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ALEPH Experiment (CERN) - Categories: physics

INACTIVE LINK ? - 332 --- APS - What's New?
Physics newsflashes by Bob Park, American Physical Society. If you wish to subscribe to What's New by e-mail, send a message to and in the body of the message say `sub whatsnew'. - Categories: physics full_text

INACTIVE LINK ? - 199 --- Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg - Fakultät für Physik (Univ. Freiburg-im-Breisgau) - Categories: physics

American Institute of Physics (AIP)
The American Institute of Physics (AIP) is a not-for-profit membership corporation chartered in New York State in 1931 for the purpose of promoting the advancement and diffusion of the knowledge of physics and its application to human welfare. - Categories: physics society

American Physical Society (APS)
On-line information includes the APS E-Print Archive Forum. - Categories: physics society

Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) - Categories: physics

Aspen Center for Physics (ACP)
The Aspen Center for Physics is a scientific organization which promotes organized research in physics, astrophysics and related fields through a program of individual and collaborative research, seminars, workshops and conferences and which promotes the education of the general public through public lectures and other activities. - Categories: meetings misc physics

Astronomie bei Multimedia Physik (Schulastronomie und Astrophysik)
Astronomy and Astrophysics - education - software - weekly astro-news. [in German]. - Categories: education physics

Astronomy with a Neutrino Telescope and Abyss environmental RESearch (ANTARES)
ANTARES is a project which aims at a large scale high energy cosmic neutrino water cherenkov detector. - Categories: physics

Atomic Line List
The atomic line list is a compilation of approximately 855,000 allowed, intercombination and forbidden atomic transitions with wavelengths in the range from 0.5 Å to 1000 µm. Its primary intention is to allow the identification of observed atomic absorption or emission features. The list is nearly complete for all ionization stages of all elements up to zinc. Transition probabilities are available for nearly 14% of the lines; they are mostly derived from Opacity Project data. - Categories: physics center high_energy infrared optical ultraviolet

Basel Theoretical Nuclear/Particle Physics and Astrophysics Group (tNPA Uni Basel)
This is Quasar, the server of the theoretical Nuclear/Particle Physics and Astrophysics groups at the Dept. of Physics of the University of Basel, Switzerland. The server offers information on people, research topics, publications, and teaching as well as personal home pages and preprints. Research topics in astrophysics include nucleosynthesis, type I and II supernovae, nuclear astrophysics, nuclear physics far from stability, neutrino physics; other research interests are atomic physics and chaos. (For a full list, take a look at the server)! - Categories: dept physics

Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) - Categories: physics

Brown University (High-Energy Physics Group) - Categories: physics

CERN Preprint Server - Categories: preprint physics

CHIANTI: A database for astrophysical emission line spectroscopy (CHIANTI)
CHIANTI is a database that contains the most accurate data available for the calculation of emission line intensities as a function of both temperature and density. The database is essentially complete for wavelengths greater than 50 Angstroms and is to be extended to shorter wavelength. A library of IDL procedures is included. - Categories: physics center high_energy software

CLOUDY - Photoionization Simulation code (CLOUDY)
Cloudy is a large-scale Fortran code designed to simulate physical conditions in a broad range of astronomical plasmas, and predict its resulting spectrum. The Cloudy homepage provides pointers to the code and its documentation, along with related publications and activities. - Categories: software comp_sci high_energy physics

CMB Astrophysics Research Program (UC Berkeley, LBL)
Professor George Smoot's group conducts research on the early Universe using the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMB) and other astrophysical sources. These investigations are directed towards realizing a variety of science goals regarding CMB. - Categories: physics misc

California Institute of Technology Theoretical Particle Physics (CalTech) - Categories: physics

Center for Subatomic Research (CSR) - Categories: physics

Centre Européen pour la Recherche Nucláaire (1) (CERN) - Categories: physics

Centre de Physique Theorique (CPT)
Centre de Physique Theorique, Marseille, France. - Categories: physics

Cornell Theory Center (CTC, ex-ACRI) - Categories: comp_sci physics

DELPHI experiment (CERN) - Categories: physics

Departamento de Física Teorica de la Universidad de Zaragoza (DFTUZ) - Categories: physics

Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) - Categories: physics

Durham RAL HEP Databases (HEPDATA) - Categories: physics

Dynamics of Astrophysical Discs
A six-month research programme (08 Jan - 03 Jul 98) at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK. The programme brought together experts from relevant areas in astrophysics and mathematicians and scientists familiar with appropriate analytic methods and numerical simulation techniques, including the solution of differential or integro-differential equations. - Categories: meetings physics

INACTIVE LINK ? - 29 --- EUSO - Extreme Universe Space Observatory (EUSO)
The "Extreme Universe Space Observatory - EUSO" is the first Space mission devoted to the investigation of cosmic rays and neutrinos of extreme energy (E > 5 x 10e19 eV), using the Earth's atmosphere as a giant detector, the detection being performed by looking at the streak of fluorescence light produced when such a particle interacts with the Earth's atmosphere.
EUSO is a mission of the European Space Agency ESA, and it is currently under "Phase A" study with a goal for a three year mission starting in 2009. EUSO will be accommodated, as an external payload of the Columbus module, on the ISS International Space Station. - Categories: telescope high_energy particles physics space

Earth Observation Science group, Leicester University (EOS group)
Find out about the varied research projects and teaching activities of the EOS group at Leicester University. See the satellite image gallery, learn about the ATSR space-bourne instruments and read about the successful MSc course in Earth Observation Science. - Categories: earth physics pictures

Einstein Online
An outreach website dedicated to Einstein's theories of relativity, from special relativity to black holes, gravitational waves and cosmology. A simple introduction to Einstein's theories and their applications ("Elementary Einstein") is supplemented by "Spotlights on relativity", modular texts dedicated to particular aspects or applications of relativity, and a relativistic dictionary with over 350 entries. The site is maintained by the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics /Albert Einstein Institute (AEI) in Golm. The texts are written by scientists from AEI as well as from other institutions. - Categories: physics education

European Physical Society (EPS)
The European Physical Society is an organisation of more than 70 000 European Physicists. Since its foundation in 1968 in Florence, Italy, it has been dedicated to the advancement and diffusion of the knowledge of physics. - Categories: physics society

Exploration of the Earth's Magnetosphere
A collection of more than eighty linked files, forming a non-mathematical introduction to magnetism, plasmas, particles of space and their motion, and the study of the Earth's magnetic environment in space. Also covers the Sun and solar activity, magnetospheres of other planets, and amny other topics. the exposition follows a historical framework, and includes numerous historical side-excursions. Also includes a long review (more technical) "A Brief History of Magnetospheric Physics During the Space Age, an article "Birth of a Radiation Belt", a guide for teachers, a historical timeline, a question-and-answer collection and a template for a folded paper model of the magnetosphere. - Categories: education physics

Falling into a Black Hole
In which we fall into a black hole on a real free fall orbit. All distortions of images are real, both general relativistic from the gravitational bending of light, and special relativistic from the near light speed orbit. After you are done dying at the central singularity of the black hole, feel free to explore more about the Schwarzschild geometry, about wormholes, and about the collapse of a black hole. - Categories: education high_energy physics

Fermilab - Categories: physics

Fermilab Library (Information Resources Department - Fermi National Accelerator Lab) - Categories: library physics (Free Science)
FreeScience provides free scientific books, mostly in pdf or in ps about physics, astronomy, mathetics... [also in Italian] - Categories: other_astronomy physics

The GALLEX experiment was performed by an international collaboration headed by MPIK Heidelberg. GALLEX measured the solar neutrino flux produced inside the Sun by proton-proton fusion. As target for neutrino capture, a large amount (30 tons) of the rare element Gallium in form of an aqueous solution of Galliumtrichloride was used. To protect the detector from the interfering cosmic radiation one must go deep underground. Hence the experiment was carried out under the shielding of Italy's highest mountain outside the Alps, the Gran Sasso d'Italia in the Abruzzo region. - Categories: physics solar

Gravity Probe B Relativity Mission (Stanford)
Gravity Probe B is the relativity gyroscope experiment being developed by NASA and Stanford University to test two extraordinary, unverified predictions of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity. The experiment will check, very precisely, tiny changes in the direction of spin of four gyroscopes contained in an Earth satellite orbiting at 400-mile altitude directly over the poles. So free are the gyroscopes from disturbance that they will provide an almost perfect space-time reference system. They will measure how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth, and, more profoundly, how the Earth's rotation drags space-time around with it. These effects, though small for the Earth, have far-reaching implications for the nature of matter and the structure of the Universe. - Categories: physics space

Grid Physics Network (GriPhyN)
The GriPhyN (Grid Physics Network) collaboration is a team of experimental physicists and information technology (IT) researchers who plan to implement the first Petabyte-scale computational environments for data intensive science in the 21st century. - Categories: misc physics software

Heidelberg MPI for Nuclear Physics (MPIK)
The Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik is located at Heidelberg, Germany. It was founded by Wolfgang Gentner as a research centre for nuclear physics in 1958. The present major research areas include nuclear and particle physics, space science, cosmic ray research and other topics. [also in German] - Categories: dept physics space

Herschel Experiment - Discovering Infrared (SIRTF Education and Outreach)
This easy, low-cost experiment will allow students to discover infrared for themselves. It is ideal for a the classroom and for science fairs. This is a version of the original experiment in which William Herschel discovered that there are forms of light beyond what we can see with our eyes. [also in Spanish] - Categories: education physics

High Energy Physics Information Center (HEPIC) - Categories: physics

High-Energy Physics Web Sites (a resource list from CERN) - Categories: physics high_energy

High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) - Categories: physics high_energy

INACTIVE LINK ? - 312 --- Institut National de Physique Nucléaire et de Physique des Particules (IN2P3)
[in French] - Categories: physics

Instituto de Astronomia y Fisica del Espacio (IAFE)
IAFE is an Institute devoted to the research in the areas of Astronomy, Solar Physics, Astrophysical Plasmas, Atomic Collisions and Relativistic Quantum Field Theories and Gravitation. Besides the Institute takes part in international interinstitutional instrumental projects. The objective of the Institute of Astronomy and Space Physics in Buenos-Aires, Argentina, is to constitute a multidisciplinary group of astronomers, physicists and engineers, whose work be centered on astrophysical problems not covered by other national institutions. Besides, through the requirements imposed by the non classical astronomical experiments, to carry on technological developements, mainly in the area of electronics, transferable to other sectors of the scientific-technological system of the country.
The Investigation Projects are: Astronomy, Solar Physics, Astrophysical Plasmas, Relativistic Quantum Field Theories and Gravitation, and Atomic Collisions. - Categories: dept high_energy physics solar

Instituto de Fisica de Cantabria (IFCA) - Categories: physics

Interactive Stereo Visualizations of Cosmic Ray Showers (AIRES Shower Visuals)
This has movies and animated 3d models of cosmic ray showers simulated by the AIRES package. You can see how a shower started by a gamma ray differs from one started by an iron nucleus, and so on. Software used to make the pictures are also available. - Categories: pictures high_energy particles physics software space

International Solar-Terrestrial Physics (ISTP)
The International Solar-Terrestrial Physics (ISTP) Science Initiative Home Page provides information on ISTP missions, campaigns, and activities. - Categories: physics solar earth

Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica Cosmica (IASF/CNR Sect. Palermo) - Categories: dept physics

Jicamarca Radio Observatory (Peru)
Radar studies of the ionosphere and upper atmosphere. - Categories: telescope physics radio weather

INACTIVE LINK ? - 51 --- Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut (KVI) - Categories: physics

Kiev Shevchenko University - Astronomy and Space physics department (Kiev, Ukraine)
Research interests: Host of Young Scientists Conference on Astronomy and Space Physics (YSC). - Categories: dept physics

Korean Physical Society (KPS) - Categories: physics

Kyoto Univ. - Department of Physics - Theoretical Astrophysics Group
Research on theoretical physics in the Universe from single star phenomena to whole universe, from quantum cosmology to present time astrophysical phenomena. [also in Japanese] - Categories: dept physics

Laboratoire d'Etude du Rayonnement et de la Matiere en Astrophysique (LERMA, Observatoire de Paris)
The LERMA is a new (Jan 2002) departement of Paris Observatory regrouping the old DEMIRM (Radioastronomie Millimetrique) and the DAMAP (Physics of Atoms and Molecules). - Categories: dept physics radio

Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA, Hannover Home Page) - Categories: physics

Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (LBL) - Categories: physics

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
LLNL has developed world-class core competencies which are extending the frontiers of science and technology in many areas, including: defense systems science and technology, nuclear science and technology, high-performance computations, high-performance lasers, advanced sensors and instrumentation, energy science and technologies, environmental technologies, biology and biotechnology, including genomics, atmospheric science, large-scale science systems, precision manufacturing. - Categories: physics

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory - Physics Directorate (LLNL) - Categories: physics dept high_energy

INACTIVE LINK ? - 100 --- Lecture Notes on General Relativity (University of Chicago) - Categories: physics

Links to Relativistic Starflight (RFS)
This is a list of links to all known relativistic flight simulators. There are a variety of technologies in use. - Categories: software physics

Los Alamos National Laboratory Research Library (LANL) - Categories: physics

MIT Laboratory for Nuclear Science (LNS) - Categories: physics

MIT Short Course: Relativity, Gravity, and Cosmology [8.06s]
Recent advances in gravitation theory and cosmology, combined with breakthroughs in observational astronomy, are transforming our understanding of space and time and our perspectives on the origin and future fate of the universe. This course is designed both for individuals who would like to learn the fundamentals of Einstein's theories of relativity and for those who are interested in the most recent advances in our understanding of the nature of black holes, other relativistic phenomena in our universe, and the formation and evolution of the universe itself.
The course covers a large number of topics, ranging from the experimental and theoretical underpinnings of the special and general theories of relativity to the birth, history, and future evolution of the universe. All subject matter will be presented on a level accessible to anyone familiar with algebra and Freshman-level physics.
This course is intended for interested laypersons with a Freshman level of understanding of algebra, not for professionals in relativity or cosmology. - Categories: education physics

INACTIVE LINK ? - 138 --- Manchester Univ. - School of Physics and Astronomy
School. of Physics & Astronomy including the Jodrell Bank Observatory. - Categories: dept physics

Marseille Centre for Particle Physics (CPPM)
The Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille is one of the research laboratories of the IN2P3 (National Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics, which is itself part of the CNRS) and of the University of Méditerranée (Aix-Marseille II). - Categories: physics

Midcourse Space Experiment (MSX)
The MSX observatory is a Ballistic Missile Defense Organization project which offers major benefits for both the defense and civilian sectors. It was launched on a Delta II vehicle on April 24, 1996, into a 900 km, polar, near-Sun synchronous orbit. The spacecraft featured an advanced multispectral image capability to gather data on test targets and space background phenomena.
The infrared sensors operated at 11 to 12 degrees Kelvin by employing a solid hydrogen cryostat. The IR instruments span the range 4.2 - 26 microns. The focal plane array consists of five bands and the radiometer beam-size is more than 25 times smaller than IRAS. As a result, much greater spatial resolution than anything currently available has been obtained. The cryogen phase of the mission ended on 26 February 1997. During the ten month cryogen phase of the mission over 200 Giga Bytes of data on Celestial Backgrounds were obtained.
See the MSX Celestial Backgrounds Team Home Page for additional details. - Categories: telescope center infrared physics planetary solar space

NASA Space Physics Data Facility (SPDF)
The Space Physics Data Facility (SPDF) leads in the design and implementation of unique multi-mission and multi-disciplinary data services, innovative ground data system concepts, educational programs and cross-cutting data, modeling and visualization research to strategically advance NASA's solar-terrestrial program and our understanding of the Sun-Earth system. Major SPDF efforts include the multi-mission data and orbit services developed and operating as part of the Sun-Earth Connection Active Archive project, support to the ground systems and science of missions like IMAGE, a wide range of science and technology research efforts and the Sun-Earth Connections Education Forum. The staff supporting SPDF includes scientists, information technology, education and visualization experts. The SPDF is based at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD U.S.A. It is a component of Goddard's Sciences & Exploration Directorate's Laboratory for Solar and Space Physics. The Facility is headed by Dr. Robert E. McGuire. - Categories: physics center solar space

NASA's Computational Technologies Project (CT)
The Earth, its relationship to the Sun and Solar System, and the universe in its totality are the domain of the Computational Technologies (CT) Project. This effort employs advanced computers to further our understanding of and ability to predict the dynamically interacting physical, chemical, and biological processes that drive these systems. Goddard Space Flight Center serves as the lead center for the CT Project and collaborates with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. - Categories: comp_sci earth physics software solar space

Nationaal Instituut voor Kernfysica en Hoge-Eenergie Fysica (NIKHEF) - Categories: physics

INACTIVE LINK ? - 187 --- Nonproliferation and International Security (NIS/LANL)
The interests in astrophysics of the Astrophysics and Radiation Measurements Group (NIS-2) focus on gamma-ray bursts, x-ray binaries, accretion- and rotation-powered pulsars, neutron star dynamics, atomic processes in astrophysical sources, soft x-ray and EUV backgrounds, and EUV and soft x-ray transients such as flare stars.
An important mission of the group is to develop new types of optical, ultraviolet, x-ray and gamma-ray detectors for ground and space applications. The group has flown high-energy instruments on Pioneer Venus Orbiter, the ISEE-3 (ICE), P78-1, Vela satellites, and the Japanese satellite Ginga. The group is currently developing experiments for several scientific missions including the X-ray Multimirror Mission (XMM), High Energy Transient Explorer (HETE), MARS-96, and the MOXE all sky x-ray monitor on the Russian Spectrum X-Gamma satellite project, and is the lead institution operating the Array of Low Energy X-ray Imaging Sensors (ALEXIS) satellite and its wide field-of-view ultrasoft x-ray telescope array.
The group is actively participating in Compton Gamma Ray Observatory (CGRO) and Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer (RXTE) research through several guest investigator projects, and is also involved in establishing the growing-up Fenton Hill Observatory in the Jemez mountains, which includes an ultra-high-energy gamma-ray telescope, Milagro. - Categories: physics high_energy space

Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics (NORDITA)
Funded by Danmark, Finland, Island, Norway, and Sweden, through the Nordic Council of Ministers. Research at NORDITA is conducted in four primary fields: Astrophysics, High energy and nuclear physics, Condensed matter and statistical physics, and Biological physics. - Categories: society physics

Northwestern University - Physics & Astronomy (NWU)
Observational and theoretical astrophysics at Northwestern University uses all of the electromagnetic spectrum: radio (at both centimeter and millimeter wavelengths), near and far infrared, optical, ultraviolet, X-ray and gamma-ray. This is carried out using state-of-the-art instrumentation at major international facilities. Theoretical research emphasizes compact objects (black holes, white dwarfs, and neutron stars), stellar astrophysics, and cosmology. - Categories: dept physics

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) - Categories: physics

Ohio State University Astrophysics and Cosmology
People and Research in Astrophysics and Cosmology at Ohio State University. - Categories: dept physics

Optics on the Net (Optics.Net)
A web site dedicated to promoting and advancing science, technology and business opportunities for the optics and photonics community. - Categories: physics

PhysNet: The Physics Departments & Documents Network
PhysNet is a service of the European Physical Society (EPS). - Categories: physics

Physics Jobs Online (PhysJobs)
A service of the European Physical Society (EPS). - Categories: jobs physics (Physics Jobs)
Job and career discussion site for physics professionals on and - Categories: jobs physics

PhysicsWeb (The web site for physicists)
PhysicsWeb provides weekly news, patent news, webwatch, book reviews, jobs, events calendar, Physics World magazine and an extensive collection of physics related resources. - Categories: physics education misc

Pierre Auger Obsevatory
The Auger Observatory is designed to detect and study cosmic rays around and above the GZK cutoff, i.e. at energies exceeding 1019 eV, with an unprecented quality and precision. Within our present knowledge, there is no standard explanation to the production and acceleration of any particle in the universe at such macroscopic energies. The Auger project is therefore the only answer the scientific community can propose to solve an astrophysical puzzle of more than 30 years. The Observatory is now under construction since 2001. - Categories: physics

Radio Ice Cherenkov Experiment (RICE)
A prototype ultra-high energy neutrino detector/obervatory located at the South Pole. RICE consists of an array of radio antennas buried deep in the ice which detect coherent Cherenkov emission from electromagnetic cascades produced as a by product of ultra-high energy neutrino interactions. - Categories: telescope high_energy other_astronomy physics

Raman Research Institute (RRI)
The Raman Research Institute has been active in the area of Astronomy/ Astrophysics research for over two decades. The observational programmes have focussed mainly on Radio Astronomy. The Institute has been involved in the construction and operation of several major radio telescopes. Scientists at the Institute observe with these telescopes, as well as many other facilities across the world. - Categories: dept physics radio

Rhodes University - Department of Physics
The Rhodes University Physics Department, Grahamstown, South Africa. - Categories: dept physics

Ritter Experiment - Discovering Ultraviolet
This easy, low-cost experiment will allow students to discover ultraviolet for themselves. It is ideal for a the classroom and for science fairs. This is a version of the original experiment in which Johann Ritter discovered that there was a form of light beyond the visible violet end of the spectrum. - Categories: physics education history

Rome University Tor Vergata: Astrophysics (Tor Vergata astrophysics)
University of Rome " Tor Vergata" Physics Department, Astrophysics Group. - Categories: dept physics

Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) - Categories: physics

Sandia National Laboratories - Categories: physics

Solar Terrestrial Dispatch (STD)
The Solar Terrestrial Dispatch (STD) provides information regarding the state of the Sun and its effect on the Earth and the space environment near the Earth.
STD's primary responsibility is to provide support and time-critical solar and geophysical information to institutions and individuals who require this information. For this purpose, STD monitors solar and geophysical conditions in real-time and provides e-mail (and other) distribution of numerous services. - Categories: physics earth solar weather

INACTIVE LINK ? - 15 --- Southampton University - School of Physics & Astronomy - Categories: dept physics

Space Plasma at RAL - Categories: physics

Space Time Travel (Visualization of the theory of relativity)
Online papers, images, movies and paper models: Visualization of the theory of relativity. By Ute Kraus and Corvin Zahn (Theoretische Astrophysik Tübingen). - Categories: physics education

Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) - Categories: physics

Stanford Public Information REtrieval System (SLAC-SPIRES)
A variety of SLAC's databases of interest to high-energy physics community is now made available via WWW, including: Preprints: HEP preprint database. Contains bibliographic summaries of more than 280,000 particle physics papers. Included are preprints, journal articles, technical reports, thesis, etc. Searchable by author, title, report number, institution, collaboration, and more. Find citations of your favorite author or article. View full postscript versions of selected preprints, read abstracts of bulletin-board papers. Need more help? Abstracts: Bulletin boards abstracts database. Useful in searching for recent physics bulletin board articles not yet covered by the HEP database. Find abstracts (and more!) of the articles posted today, yesterday, in the last seven days, week before that, or anytime. - Categories: physics abstracts preprint

Submillimeter Receiver Laboratory (SAO) - Categories: misc physics radio telescope

Texas A&M University. High Energy Physics Group
Information server operated by the High Energy Physics Group at Texas A&M University - Categories: physics high_energy

INACTIVE LINK ? - 12 --- University of Cincinnati, Department of Physics (UC Physics)
The Department of Physics at the University of Cincinnati offers masters and Ph.D. degrees in Physics with an Astronomy Dissertation. - Categories: dept physics

University of Louisville - Moore Observatory
Moore Observatory is located in the Horner Wildlife Sanctuary near Louisville, KY. A computer-controlled 0.5 meter telescope, fiber optically coupled spectrograph, and wide field spectral imaging camera are used there to investigate physical processes in comets and low surface brightness emission nebulae. This resource describes the observatory and its environs, and provides a link to astrophysics research at the University of Louisville. - Categories: dept education physics telescope

University of New Hampshire - Department of Physics
The Department of Physics at the University of New Hampshire has an extensive range of research including: space physics/astrophysics, nuclear physics, nonlinear dynamics and condensed matter. - Categories: dept physics space

University of Oklahoma - Physics and Astronomy Department - Categories: dept physics

University of Texas, Austin - Department of Physics - Categories: physics

Vienna Radiation Hydrodynamics Group (TAG) - Categories: dept physics

WAVES : The Radio and Plasma Wave Investigation on the WIND Spacecraft (waves)
WAVES radio astronomy instrument on the ISTP-Wind spacecraft. - Categories: telescope physics radio space

Warwick Univ. - Physics Department - Space and Astrophysics group
Centre for Fusion, Space and Astrophysics. - Categories: dept physics

Western Kentucky University - Physics and Astronomy Department
Home page for the astronomy group at Western Kentucky University and the Hardin Planetarium, in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The department is a collaborator in CASS: NASA University Research Center for Automated Space Science, along with Tennessee State University and South Carolina State University. Further links are provided for the Kentucky NASA EPSCoR program and the Kentucky Space Grant Consortium. - Categories: dept education physics

Wilson Synchrotron Laboratory - Categories: physics

Wright Nuclear Structure Laboratory (WNSL)
The astrophysics program centers on study of the nuclear reactions involved in the Stellar Hot CNO cycle. - Categories: physics

Wroclaw University, Institute of Theoretical Physics - Categories: dept physics

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