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 Courtney Seligman, Professor of AstronomyCourtney Seligman, Professor of Astronomy
Class materials, online astronomy text (work in progress), astronomical activities and information about Professor Seligman's fictional works.
 Dimitris GouliermisDimitris Gouliermis
CV, research interests and publications. Max Planck Insitite for Astronomy, Germany.
 Dr. Melissa N. Hayes-GehrkeDr. Melissa N. Hayes-Gehrke
Includes teaching and research and personal interests. University of Maryland.
 Dr. Patrick HartiganDr. Patrick Hartigan
Research group at Rice University focused on young stars, stellar jets and shock waves.
 Edward M. SionEdward M. Sion
Specializes in white dwarf studies. Includes curriculum vitae and research articles. Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics at Villanova University.
 Fotis GavriilFotis Gavriil
Research involves analyzing X-ray data from neutron stars using the Rossi X-ray timing Explorer satellite. Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, USA.
 George P. McCookGeorge P. McCook
Specializes in mathematic analysis of astronomical data. Professor of Astronomy at Villanova University. Includes educational background and research.
 Georgi PetrovGeorgi Petrov
Fields of interest include extragalactic astronomy, spectroscopy, photometry, surface photometry, active galactic nuclei, open clusters, and the large scale structure of the Universe. In English and Bulgarian.
 Glenn SchneiderGlenn Schneider
HST/NICMOS and other recent astronomical endeavors, professional and personal. Includes CV and publications. Steward Observatory, University of Arizona.
 James G CresswellJames G Cresswell
PhD student at the Institute of Cosmology at Portsmouth, UK.
 Jose OnorbeJose Onorbe
Personal site that includes his research interests into the formation and evolutionary processes of galaxies, his publications, PhD thesis and contact details.
 Liese Van ZeeLiese Van Zee
Assistant professor at Indiana University, Bloomington. Specializes in the study of star formation and the evolution of dwarf galaxies. Includes list of publications.
 Malcolm ButlerMalcolm Butler
Professor of Astronomy and Science at Saint Mary's University, Nova Scotia, Canada. Includes publications and research interests which include neutrino astrophysics, the solar neutrino problem, low-energy tests of quantum chromodynamics, particle physics and astrophysics.
 Michele StarkMichele Stark
Research scientist with the Swift Explorer Program. Information on research projects primarily dealing with variable stars. Provides links to a number of astronomy, space and science related sites.
 Nichi D'AmicoNichi D'Amico
Chair Professor of Astrophysics at Cagliari University, in Sardinia, Italy. Includes CV, publications and research interests.
 Professor Irakli SimoniaProfessor Irakli Simonia
Provides biographical information, research interests in astrophysics, cultural astronomy and archaeoastronomy and selected publications.
 Professor John SlivakProfessor John Slivak
Article on the life of this civil engineering consultant who became an astronomer at the Mount Regina Observatory, Pennsylvania.
 R. A. Araya-GochezR. A. Araya-Gochez
A visiting associate professor in Tapir, India. Currently, working on problems related to the physics of magnetized, fully ionized plasmas. Includes lecture notes and curriculum vitae.
 Rees, MartinRees, Martin
Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics at the University of Cambridge. Includes CV, research interests and publications.
 Roger Leiton-ThompsonRoger Leiton-Thompson
Provides details of his interests and projects including globular clusters, NASA's space interferometry mission, supernova remnants and light pollution. Universidad de Concepcion, Chile
 Simon JefferySimon Jeffery
Research astronomer at Armagh Observatory in Northern Ireland. Specializes in studying stellar structures. Includes publications, essays, research projects, related software, and biographical background.
 Stefan ImmlerStefan Immler
Astrophysicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Includes biography and research interests in X-ray emissions from galaxies.



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