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View Resource Dynamical Astronomy JavaLab

This site offers a variety of Java applets which explore the motion of planets, stars, and galaxies. Each applet comes with background information on the pertinent astrophysics, a technical description of what's being calculated, and links to more information both on the web and in the popular and scientific literature.

View Resource Galaxies and the Universe

This site is a collection of lecture notes for a course called the universe of galaxies. These notes discuss the integrated properties, classification, stellar and gaseous content of galxies; galaxies within, gasesous content, and the evolution of clusters of galaxies; QSOs, Seyfert nuclei, radio galaxies, and the central engine of active nuclei; the Gunn-Peterson effect and QSO absorption...

View Resource The Heliosphere

This website from the Space Plasma Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology provides information on the interstellar medium, the Solar wind, and interactions with the earth. Illustrations and tables are included. A bibliography is also provided.

View Resource The Nature of Dark Matter

This slide set begins by discussing the amount of dark matter on galactic and larger scales by refering to the dark matter in the Milky Way. The next set of slides reviews the motivation for and the basic physics of several dark matter candidates: Machos, Wimps, axions, and neutrinos. Then it disscusses two candidates in particular, the neutralino from supersymmetry and the baryonic Macho...

View Resource A Knowledgebase for Extragalactic Astronomy and Cosmology: Level 5

The purpose of this website is to make a collection of web acessable original documents, reviews, and online links to articles on topics including cosmology, particle physicis, and extragalactic astronomy. This website gives information in a form appropriate to the general public. This website is an especially useful resource for undergratuates. There are many articles covering a wide variety...

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