TAAM, Ronald ( Northwestern Univ. )

TADEMARU, Eugene ( UMass )

Taeduk Radio Astronomy Observatory ( TRAO )

Taeduk Radio Astronomy Observatory (TRAO) is part of the Korea Astronomy Observatory, which is operated under a cooperative agreement with the Ministry of Science and Technology.

TAMAZIAN VAKHTANG ( OA RMA USC, Santiago de Compostela )

TANCREDI, Gonzalo ( Depto. Astronomia, Montevideo, Uruguay )

Minor bodies of Solar System; Comets, asteroids; Chaotic dynamics.

TARGAN, Dave ( Brown Univ. )

Tartu Observatory

Tata Institute for Fundamental Research - Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics n ( TIFR )


These pages are an index to a set of TCL/Tk references on the WWW. The author has started off with pointers to the ones he could access from the TCL FAQ and added references as he came across them.

TEDDS, Jonathan ( Leeds )

Near IR studies of star forming regions. Shocked H2 in Orion bullets, HH7, DR21. UK Friend for MPE 3D instrument at AAT from Nov97.

Tel Aviv University, Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics

Research activities: The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Institute, The Florence and George Wise Observatory, the TAUVEX UV experiment.

Telescope a Action Rapide pour les Objets Transitoires ( TAROT )

TAROT is an automatic, autonomous observatory whose first objective is the real-time detection of optical transient counterparts of cosmic gamma ray bursts.

Telescope Array Project

A project of ground-based detector for Astrophysics.

Telescopio Infrarosso del Gornergrat ( TIRGO )

Italian national 1.5m telescope optimized for infrared observations, operated by CAISMI-CNR, Florence.

Telescopio Nazionale Galileo - Italian National Telescope Galileo ( TNG, La Palma )

The Telescopio Nazionale Galileo is the national facility of the Italian astronomical community, set in the Canary island of La Palma (Spain). The Astronomical Observatory of Padova had the responsibility of its construction through the TNG Project Office.

TENN, Joseph ( Sonoma State Univ. )

TERNDRUP, Don ( Ohio State Univ. )

Terrestrial Planet Finder ( Origins of Stars, Planets, and Life )

The Terrestrial Planet Finder (TPF) is a key element of NASA Origins Program. It will study all aspects of planets: from their formation and development in disks of dust and gas around newly forming stars to the presence and features of those planets orbiting the nearest stars; from the numbers at various sizes, and places to their suitability as an abode for life. By combining the high sensitivity of space telescopes with the sharply detailed pictures from an interferometer, TPF will be able to reduce the glare of parent stars by a factor of more than one hundred-thousand to see planetary systems as far away as 50 light years.

TEUBEN, Peter ( Maryland )

Texas A&M University. High Energy Physics Group ( MACRO experiment at Gran Sasso )

Information server operated by the High Energy Physics Group at Texas A&M University

Texas Astronomical Society of Dallas ( TAS )

With over 300 members, the Texas Astronomical Society of Dallas is a group of individuals sharing and promoting their common interest in astronomy. T.A.S. is a member of the Astronomical League and is home to the nationally known " Constellation of the Month" series.

Texas Star Party ( TSP )

The Texas Star Party is a week-long astronomy convention held annually in April-May in the Davis Mountains of west Texas. Over 700 amateur astronomers observe & photograph the dark skies, attend daily paper sessions, hear presentations from prominent astronomers, and otherwise socialize with people from all over the world.

The Albuquerque Astronomical Society ( TAAS )

A non-profit scientific and educational organization dedicated to education and the enjoyment of astronomy. Offers telescope making, educational outreach, lectures, sidewalk astronomy and dark sky activities.

The Amateur Sky Survey ( TASS )

The TASS project has constructed low-cost drift-scan cameras and distributed them to sites around the world. The goal is to monitor bright objects across a large section of the sky.

The Astronomer

TA produces a magazine for the advanced amateur and its aim is to publish all observations of astronomical interest as soon as possible after they are made. The magazine has been published monthly since 1964 and subscribers are found all over the world. It also provides a very comprehensive electronic circulars service to keep our members up to date.

The Cosmic Background Radiation, Strasbourg 96

A NATO Advanced Study Institute Strasbourg 1996 Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg

The Daily Planet

Brought to you by the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Illinois. Contains: Weather World the WWW version of the U of I Weather Machine.

The Face of the Moon: Gallileo to Apollo, An Exhibit of Rare Books and Maps from the Collection of the Linda Hall Library

Welcome to: The Face of the Moon: Galileo to Apollo
An Exhibit of Rare Books and Maps from the Collection of the Linda Hall Library
We have prepared an online version of an exhibition catalog that was originally published in 1989. The catalog was written by William B. Ashworth, Jr and it won the First Place Award in the annual competition sponsored by the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries. Copies of the printed catalog are still available.
For this online version, several minor errors have been corrected; otherwise, it follows the format of the printed version. However, the addition of the many hypertext links makes it possible to browse the catalog in an entirely new way. We hope you enjoy it.

The Galactic Gazetteer

The Galactic Gazetteer contains a database of around 13,000 stars that are viewable using our unique Stellavision 3d Java applet.

The Scientist

Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional. The following resources are similar (same sort-key, different text):

The Scientist

WAIS index to a biweekly newspaper for research scientists, and managers in industry, academia, and government. Focuses on life sciences and biotechology.

THE Star ( ISPCS )

The Italian Solar Physics Community Server is an experimental WWW server intended to collect all the relevant information on Solar Physics Activities and Resources in Italy as well as on international scientific collaborations in ground-based projects, such as THEMIS and LEST, and in space missions, such as SOHO.

The XXVIIth Young European Radio Astronomers Conference ( YERAC )

Electronic proceedings of the XXVIIth Young European Radio Astronomers Conference (YERAC), which was held at the Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory (MRAO), Cambridge in 1994 September.

THEMIS - Heliographic Telescope for the Study of the Magnetism and Instabilities on the Sun ( THEMIS )

THEMIS (Télescope Héliographique pour l'Etude du Magnétisme et des Instabilités Solaires) is a new generation Franco-Italian solar telescope built by INSU/CNRS (France) and CNR (Italy). The main scientific goal for which it has been designed is the accurate determination of the vector magnetic field.

Theoretical Astrophysics Center, Copenhagen ( TAC )

Theoretical Astrophysics Group, University of Tokyo ( UTAP )

Thessaloniki University Astronomical Department


Site developed by three high school students for the 1999 ThinkQuest Competition. ThinkQuest is an international web page design competition for students ages 12-19.
ThinkSpace is designed to teach people about space. Using the internet style of learning we created a web site that would be both informative and fun for the internet user. There are five main sections to the site: Stars, Galaxies, Solar System, Universe, and Astronomers.
Users can submit contributions and images. The web site is supplemented by a comprehensive pop-up glossary, search engine, message board, guestbook, and interactive games.

THORNLEY, Michele D. ( Bucknell University )

THORSETT, Stephen ( UCSC )

Pulsars, gamma-ray bursts and other compact objects in astrophysics.

THUAN, Trinh X. ( U. Virginia )

Thueringer Landessternwarte Tautenburg ( TLS )

The observatory is running a 2m telescope which can be used in three different optical configurations: Schmidt telescope Cassegrain telescope Coude telescope


TIM (Telescope Imaging Model) ( PSF software for HST )

TinyTIM PSF software for HST

Timisoara Astronomical Observatory, Romania

The Astronomical Institute of Romania, Astronomical Observatory Timisoara.

Tohoku University, Graduate school of science, Institute of Astronomy

TOLBERT, Charles R. ( U. Virginia )

TOPbase at CDS : The Opacity Project ( TOPbase )

TOPbase is a read-only database system specially designed for general use of the atomic data dervived by the Opacity Project. It contains energy levels, f-values and photoionization cross sections for astrophysically abundant elements.

Torbay Astronomical Society ( Devon, England )

The Torbay Astronomical Society is based in Torbay, Devon, England. The web site includes information on the 1999 eclipse, for which Torbay will be in the totality zone.

Torino Astrometric Group ( Torino Astronomical Observatory )

Torun Radio Astronomy Observatory ( TRAO )

Torun Radio Astronomy Observatory (TRAO), now part of Torun Centre for Astronomy is an educational and research facility of the Nicolaus Copernicus University, Faculty of Astronomy and Physics, Torun, Poland. The Observatory main instrument is 32m modern design radio telescope usable up to 50 GHz. Presently equipped with cooled receivers for L and C bands is used extensively for VLBI, pulsar timing and spectroscopy. Since April 1998 Torun is the full member of the EVN.


TRAGER, Scott C. ( OCIW )

Evolution of the stellar populations of galaxies.

Traitement Elementaire Reduction et Analyse des PIXels de Megacam ( TERAPIX )

Terapix is an astronomical data processing center dedicated to very large CCD images and massive data flow provided by the CFHT Megacam camera.
Terapix is located at Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris

Transition Region And Coronal Explorer ( TRACE )

TRACE will enable solar physicists to study the connections between fine-scale magnetic fields and the associated plasma structures on the Sun in a quantitative way by observing the photosphere, transition region, and corona.

Transits of Extrasolar Planet ( TEP )

The TEP network is a group of collaborators searching for Transits of Extrasolar Planets. The major effort is directed towards the observation of the eclipsing binary star CM-Draconis for signs of the presence of planets using the transit method.

Trinity Astronomy & Space Society Homepage ( TASS )

Astronomy & Space Society in Trinity College Dublin

TRUELOVE, J. Kelly ( UC Berkeley )


TSVETANOV, Zlatan I. ( JHU )

TUCKER, Douglas ( Fermilab )

Scientific Interests: extragalactic astronomy, redshift surveys. Member of the Las Campanas Redshift Survey team. Member of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey team.

Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association ( TAAA )

The Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association is a group of people that want to share their interest in the sky. General meetings are held monthly, and frequent observing sessions are scheduled at dark sites. Members vary in expertise from beginner to professional.

Tufts University Astronomy Program

The Astronomy Program at Tufts University includes resources for both education and research in the fields of astronomy, astrophysics, and physics. Links include information on our undergraduate program in Astrophysics as well as Solar Physics research into coronal magetic fields and their relation to noise storms on the sun.

Tunguska Home Page at the University of Bologna (Italy) ( Bologna )

The University of Bologna's official Tunguska Home page. It contains a collection of abstracts presented at the International Workshop Tunguska96 (Bologna, July 15-17, 1996), information about the group of the University of Bologna, data on "Tunguska-related" asteroids, links to Tunguska home pages in the world and related links.

Tuorla Observatory ( Finland )

TURATTO, Massimo ( Padova )

TURNER, Neal ( UMD )

Star formation; active galactic nuclei; radiation magnetohydrodynamics.

Tutorials for Astronomy and Astrophysics

Twentyone-Eleven Foundation for Exploration ( 2111 Foundation for Exploration )

The 2111 Foundation for Exploration was founded to offer grants to expeditions or fieldwork using space technology or work with space related applications. This includes astronomical field excursions or fieldtrips or expeditions undertaking astronomical observations.

Twin Press Astronomy Publishers

Twin Press publishes information for students of astronomy and for the professional astronomer at as low a cost as possible.

Two Micron All Sky Survey (2MASS) Image Gallery

Gallery of three-color near-IR JHKs composite Atlas Images of interesting and beautiful objects from the Two Micron All Sky Survey (2MASS).

Two Micron All-Sky Survey ( 2MASS )

Infrared detector technology has made such huge advances in the past decade that the only existing near-infrared sky survey, which was carried out at Caltech nearly 25 years ago, no longer serves as a useful context within which to interpret observations or select sources for study. The University of Massachusetts is therefore leading a new project, called the Two Micron All Sky Survey (2MASS), which will canvas the entire sky for stars and galaxies as much as 50,000 times fainter than the stars seen in the last survey.

Tycho Brahe Observatory ( TBO )

Tycho Brahe observatory is an amateur facility located outside Malmö, southern Sweden. It is a cooperation between two astronomical societies in the region; Malmö Astronomi- & RymdfartsSällskap (MARS) and Astronomiska Sällskapet Tycho Brahe (ASTB). The observatory is open to the public and offers shows for many different types of groups, in particular for schools.
Remote observations in real time with the robotic telescope/CCD system are also proposed.

Tycho Brahe Planetarium

Tycho Brahe

Website that describes life and scientific work of Tycho Brahe. Maintained by the Tycho Brahe museum at Ven.