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This article, authored by Joel Edward Tohline of Louisiana State University, investigates if binaries can form by spontaneous fission of rapidly rotating protostars. The authors present a classical fission hypothesis,...
This site has three videos on X-ray binary systems, black hole M87, and neutron stars using either AVI or quicktime format. The videos are less than a minute long, but effectively portray these compact objects and how...
VideoPoint is a video analysis software package for both Macintosh and Windows based computers that allows you to collect position and time data from digital video in the form of "Video Points." Data is collected by...
This site is the notes for a seminar on the use of java applets in quantum mechanics pedagogy. Applets are included that cover basic quantum mechanics, hydrogenic and two-particle systems, and some simulation...
Planet Quest is a website dedicated to keeping the public updated and informed about the recent discoveries of over one hundred extrasolar planets. This website provides information on NASA's missions, the technology...
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