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Physics of Astronomy Dr. E.J. Zita, The Evergreen State College, 5.Jan.2004 Lab II Rm 2272, 360-867-6853

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Jordy Bouwman Sackler Laboratory for Astrophysics, Leiden Observatory Shining light on PAHs in interstellar ices.

K T=100 K Chemical evolution VUV irradiation while measuring spectra every 10 s permits real time tracking J. Bouwman et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, in prep. T=25 K Reaction rates Py = Pyrene Py. + = Pyrene cation PyH. = unknown P i = Product/ of cations Irradiate to obtain maximum cation signal J. Bouwman et al., Astronomy and Astrophysics, in prep. T=25 K Normalized pyrene cation decay Double exponential decay at 10 K  1 = 2 hrs  2 = 351 hrs J. Bouwman et al., Astrophysical Journal, in press (2009)


Lexical and Co-occurrence Evidence for Subject Vocabulary Reconciliation in ADS Databases Jonghoon Lee, University of Illinois Michael Kurtz, Harvard-Smithsonian.

Experiment Material I - Two indexing languages from ADS database (1983 - 1998) - STI (Scientific and Technical Information) terms - ApJ (Astrophysical Journal) terms Two types of merging: ApJ  STI, STI  ApJ Database statistics [STI][ApJ] / TARGET VOC. (APJ)] ABUNDANCE NEBULAE: INDIVIDUAL NGC NUMBER: NGC 7538 ASTRONOMICAL SPECTROSCOPY ELECTRON DENSITY (CONCENTRATION) INFRARED ASTRONOMY LIGHT SCATTERING LINE SPECTRA NEBULAE VISIBLE SPECTRUM [ACTIVE TERMS: 1430] INTERSTELLAR: MOLECULES = 0.028 STARS: PRE--/


Instrumental limits to our knowledge in X-ray Astronomy Matteo Guainazzi (ASTRO-H ESA Science Operations Centre) Calibration (as any truly scientific endeavors)

) Systematic area calibration uncertainties can be comparable to astrophysical uncertainties Matteo Guainazzi, “Instrumental limits to X-ray astronomy knowledge, HEAD 2014, 20 h August 2014 IACHEC IACHEC = International Consortium for High-Energy Calibration IACHEC duties: Define standards for calibration planning and data analysis Publish the cross-calibration status (preferentially on refereed journals) Improve the cross-calibration status (e.g.: Poster#116.08 by Plucinsky/


Laboratory Terahertz Spectroscopy of Gaseous Molecules and Ions for Herschel, SOFIA and ALMA Shanshan Yu, Brian Drouin and John Pearson Copyright 2009.

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23, 2007, e-Science in Chile - 3 The way Astronomy works Telescopes (ground- and space-based, covering the full electromagnetic spectrum)  Observatories Instruments (telescope/band dependent)  Observatories/Consortia Publications  Journals Data curation (metadata + tables & catalogues)  Data curators/http://www.euro-vo.org Successor to the Astrophysical Virtual Observatory (AVO), which was a 5 M€, Phase A study (2001 - 2004/5) on the scientific requirements and technology for building the VO in Europe, /


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X-ray and γ-ray polarimetry Stanislav Tashenov KTH Stockholm.

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Forbes, T. G., 2002: The Magnetic Nature of Solar Flares. The Astronomy and Astrophysics Review 10, 313-377  Thomas, J. H., Weiss, N. O., 2000: Fine Structures in Sunspots. Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics 42, 517-548 (Garrett)  Thompson, M. J., Christensen-Dalsgaard,/ by September 15, 2005  To level the playing field, we will use the style and format of a letter submission to The Astrophysical Journal (4 pages maximum, double column, LaTeX)  Deadline for the assignment is October 27,/


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Astrophysics group (http://astronomy.swinburne.edu.au/) has been conducting pulsar searching surveys (http://astronomy.swin.edu.au/pulsar/) based on the observation data from Parkes Radio Telescope.http://astronomy.swinburne.edu.au/http://astronomy.swin.edu.au/pulsar/ Typical scientific workflow which involves a large number of data and/ Durations in Workflow Systems, Journal of Systems and Software (JSS), vol. 84, no. 3, Pages 354-376, March 2011.  X. Liu, J. Chen, K. Liu and Y. Yang, Forecasting Duration/


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of data — images, spectra, time series; catalogs, journal tables; journal articles — all should be easily located and accessed with query terms and syntax natural to the discipline Common entry point for multiple resources simplifies life for users ADASS ‘99, Kohala Coast, Hawaii, 3-6 October 1999 Distributed information services in astronomy provide... Information discovery: Search across distributed resources and services –ASDS, Astrobrowse Information retrieval: Catalog services/


Weak Lensing and Dark Energy Cosmology Tong-Jie Zhang[ 张同杰 ] Department of Astronomy, Beijing Normal University Cosmology Workshop Institute of High Energy.

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NJIT Physics 320: Astronomy and Astrophysics – Lecture I Carsten Denker Physics Department Center for Solar–Terrestrial Research.

NJIT Physics 320: Astronomy and Astrophysics – Lecture I Carsten Denker Physics Department Center for Solar–Terrestrial Research September 3, 2003NJIT Center for Solar–/Ellerman, S.B. Nicholson, and A.H. Joy (in The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 49, pp. 153–178). George Ellery Hale (1868–1938) September 3, 2003NJIT Center for Solar–Terrestrial Research The Celestial Sphere  Greek Tradition   Copernican Revolution   Positions on the Celestial Sphere  Physics and Astronomy September 3, 2003NJIT Center for /


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Chandra’s Influence on Jayant V. Narlikar Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune, India Indian Astronomy.

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FUNdamentals of Astronomy Kayla M. Young. The Universe The big bang theory is an effort to explain the beginning of the Universe. The universe contains.

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The peer-review process. The Peer-Review Process Refereeing Practices and Policies My focus will be on the situation at The Astrophysical Journal, but.

The peer-review process The Peer-Review Process Refereeing Practices and Policies My focus will be on the situation at The Astrophysical Journal, but our sister journals (MNRAS, A&A, and AJ) follow generally similar practices. Butler Burton Associate Editor-in-Chief, The Astrophysical Journal Professor Emeritus, University of Leiden National Radio Astronomy Observatory The Astrophysical Journal (Part 1) receives about 85 new submissions each week. All but a few enter/


FUNdamentals of Astronomy Kayla M. Young. The Universe The big bang theory is an effort to explain the beginning of the Universe. The universe contains.

Body Radiation and the Existence of Singularities in our Universe," Astrophysical Journal, 152, (1968) pp. 25-36.Steven W. Hawking, George F.R. Ellis, "The Cosmic Black-Body Radiation and the Existence of Singularities in our Universe," Astrophysical Journal, 152/Online. 7 May 2009. Delehanty, Mark; “Stellar Evolution” Astronomy Today; 2009. www.astronomytoday.com.cosmology/evol.htmlDelehanty, Mark; “Stellar Evolution” Astronomy Today; 2009. www.astronomytoday.com.cosmology/evol.html www.astronomytoday.com.cosmology/


Jim Peterson October 13, 2007Swinburne Astronomy Online AstroFest 2007 A Brief History of the Astrophysical Research Consortium and the Apache Point Observatory.

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1 The astronomy in Mexico, South Africa, Chile, Canada and Spain, in comparison with Romania Ovidiu Vaduvescu Conferinta Diasporei - Workshop Astronomie.

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National Radio Astronomy Observatory Dark Energy: Constraints from the Hubble Constant Jim Condon

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The Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics  JINA mission and goals  JINA growth and development  JINA science and accomplishments  JINA management.

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An Introduction to Radio Astronomy Marcus Leech VE3MDL Image appears courtesy NRAO/AUI.

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STARK BROADENING DATA – NEEDS AND APPLICATIONS Milan S. Dimitrijević Astronomical Observatory, Belgrade, SerbiaMilan S. Dimitrijević Astronomical Observatory,

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An Introduction to Radio Astronomy and Meteor forward scatter With Gnu Radio and SDR Marcus Leech VE3MDL Image appears courtesy NRAO/AUI.

Way emission at 160MHz (1.8m wavelength)‏  Published in Astrophysical Journal in 1944 Radio Astronomy now taken seriously Grote Rebers Dish Now preserved as historical artefact at NRAO, Green Bank, West Virginia Rebers observations 160 and 480MHz Skymap Made by hand from dozens of chart recordings Radio Astronomy Today Radio Astronomy at the cutting-edge of astrophysical research  Roughly 70% of what we know today about the/


Linux, SETI, and Radio Astronomy Marcus Leech Radio Science Laboratories Image appears courtesy NRAO/AUI.

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stars, Opava, 14-16/13-15 October 2002/2003, ed. S. Hledík & Z. Stuchlík (Opava: Silesian University in Opava), 1-23 Aschenbach, B. 2004, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 425, 1075 Aschenbach, B. 2006, Chinese Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics, 6, 221 Fabian, A. C., & Miniutti, G. 2005, Kerr Spacetime: Rotating Black Holes in General Relativity (Cambridge Univ. Press) Ghez, A. M., Salim, S., Hornstein, S. D/


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Compilation of current Experimental Nuclear Structure and Decay papers: XUNDL database Balraj Singh Department of Physics and Astronomy McMaster University,

D. K. Sharp,1 and H.-F. Wirth5, 6 1 School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester M13 9PL, United Kingdom 2 Physics Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois 60439, USA 3 Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics, Michigan State University, East /to XUNDL submission. Keyword file for PRC paper sent to NNDC Oct 5. XUNDL: Purpose and Scope Not limited to regular journal publications only. At the request of researchers, unpublished data of completed studies or from preprints can/


Milankovic Theory and Time Series Analysis Mudelsee M Institute of Meteorology University of Leipzig Germany.

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This is the second-most popular Gemini press releases of all! The story was published in many Astronomy magazines and newsletters and e-zines all over the world. Discoveries with Gemini by non-professional Astronomers Owl Nebula Discoveries / cylinder axis, but along an angle of 36degrees. An Astrophysical Journal paper is in the works! Discoveries with Gemini by non-professional Astronomers The Canadian Gemini Office has helped the Australian and UK Gemini Office to launch their own Gemini Imaging contests /


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