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The Formation of Binary Stars

http://www.phys.lsu.edu/astro/nap98/bf.final.html

Highly-detailed but brief paper concerning the Classical Fission Hypothesis.

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The Fifty Brightest Stars

http://www.cosmobrain.com/cosmobrain/res/brightstar.html

The most visible stars that can be seen by the naked eye from earth. Lists names, positions, distances, magnitudes and spectral classifications.

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The Constellations since 1996

http://www.dibonsmith.com/index.htm

Binocular and naked eye guide to the constellations, a data table, and mythology.

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Stars and Galaxies

http://www.telescope.org/btl/sg.html

Behavior of stars, generation of energy, their origin, and life cycle. Also includes a wide range of interesting pictures of galaxies and related phenomena that can be observed in the universe through telescopes.

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Star Maps

http://maps.jpl.nasa.gov/stars.html

Three high resolution star maps in .tif format for download. Tycho, Hipparcos and Yale bright star maps available.

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Star Journey @ nationalgeographic.com

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/features/97/stars/index.html

Star Journey. Journey through the stars with National Geographic Online. View the nighttime sky with popular National Geographic Star Chart...

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Star Data Pages

http://www.alcyone.de/SIT/SIT_en.htm

Provides detailed information about stars: positions, proper motion, radial velocity, magnitudes, spectral class, color index, catalogue references, data about multiple star systems (i.e. orbital elements), and data about variability (min./max. brightness, period, type of variability).

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Spectra and Spectra Analysis

http://osservareilcielo.astrofili.org/spetring.htm

A brief overview of what stellar spectra are and how they are used to classify stars.

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SpaceWander Virtual Space Trip!

http://www.spacewander.com/

Multimedia experience of flying by spaceship through the solar system. Visit each planet. Real space pictures from NASA. In English, French, Italian, Spanish and Russian. Recommended for kids.

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Measuring the Stars

http://www.krysstal.com/thestars.html

Article providing information on how to derive properties of stars, based on observation.

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Magnetohydrodynamics of Stellar Interiors

http://www.newton.ac.uk/programmes/MSI/

Discussion will focus on the nonlinear interactions between turbulent convection, rotation and magnetic fields in the interiors of stars. From 6 September - 17 December, 2004 at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK. Includes list of workshops and list of participants.

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Laser Star Astrophysics

http://laserstars.org/

Plasma recombination lasers in rapidly cooled stellar atmospheres.

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How Stuff Works: Stars

http://www.howstuffworks.com/star.htm

Illustrated tutorial about stars, their properties, formation, and death. Includes related links.

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Hawaiian Astronomical Society - Deepsky Atlas

http://www.hawastsoc.org/deepsky/constellations.html

A listing of the Hawaiian Astronomical Society Deepsky Atlas by constellation.

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Giant Stars

http://www.giantstars.de/

Compare planets of the solar system with some of the largest known stars. Features video with commentary, interactive multimedia and visitor comments.

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ESO Photo Gallery - Astronomical Images

http://www.eso.org/outreach/gallery/astro/

Pictures of all kinds of Stars provided by the European Southern Observatory.

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Dark Stars, Black Holes, Bright Galaxies

http://astronomy.swin.edu.au/~gmackie/DarkStar/alpha.html

One huge page packed with illustrations, diagrams and photographs portraying some interesting aspects of stars, black holes and galaxies.

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Curious about Astronomy: Stars

http://curious.astro.cornell.edu/stars.php

Answers a number of questions people have asked, at beginner, intermediate and advanced level.

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Cosmobrain

http://www.cosmobrain.com/

Lists the 50 brightest stars visible from Earth, and the 50 closest stars to Earth. Proper names, distances, magnitudes, spectral classification and other data are provided for each star.

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