Here are some ASTRONOMICAL LINKS I've been collecting around...
Channel to Energy
conversion is here.
This is an experimental script that should be able
to post a page with the energy to channel conversion for a given PCA gain
and an arbitrary combination of detectors provided by the user.
Please inform me about any problems you get using this link,
although I do not promise I can do anything about it...
Do you need the e-mail address of an astronomer?
Then take a look at the
RGO Astropersons file.
Here you have some General Links
The WWW Virtual Library of Astronomy and Astrophysics
An HTML version of the AstroWeb Database
AstroWeb: Astronomical Internet Resources
U.S. Geological Survey
Astronomy and Space Science
Here are a some links if you are searching for that article ...
ADS Astronomy and Astrophysics Abstract Service (probably the best!).
NASA's Document Database (astronomical bibliography too).
The Astrophysics Electronic Preprint repository,
or other fileds XXX E-print Archive.
Papers Submitted to North American Astronomical Publications (These are the ApJ Yellow Pages).
The CDS Service of Abstracts
THE ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL
The Astronomical Journal Home Page
STELAR Project Demos
Links to some Astronomical Sites
Of course, The NASA Homepage had to be here,
and ESA Astrophysics Division too.
The Space Telescope Science Institute
National Optical Astronomy Observatories
ESO On-Line Information System
Here is where I'm now: The Anton Pannekoek Home Page
and here is my home Institute (in Spanish): Observatorio Astronůmico de La Plata
Are you looking for that Catalogue?
You can look here, at the
Astronomical Data Center home page
or you may try SIMBAD
, although you may need a password to use it,
or NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Data Services
Some links to Astronomical or Physical Societies and Publishers
The American Physical Society
American Astronomical Society Home Page
and a link to The AASTeX Macros for Manuscript Preparation
American Institute of Physics
The Institute of Physics
If you want to contact me, then drop me an e-mail to: