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Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics
Nationally supported research centre. Find out about current research, upcoming seminars and job opportunities.
http://www.cita.utoronto.ca

Famous Astrophysicists
Profiles several prominent astrophysicists.
http://www.famous-astrophysicists.com

Fermilab Theoretical Astrophysics Group
Partially funded by a NASA Astrophysics Theory grant, find information about the group's past and future meetings.
http://www-astro-theory.fnal.gov

Hands-On Astrophysics
Variable stars in science, math, and computer education: an educational project of the AAVSO. Offers educational products that help students understand basic astronomy concepts.
http://hoa.aavso.org

Hyperspace
Site devoted to hyperspatial theories.
http://artling.tripod.com

Living Reviews in Solar Physics
A peer-refereed, solely online journal publishing invited reviews covering all areas of solar and heliospheric physics research. Reviews are kept up to date by their authors. All reference information is collected into a searchable database. http://www.solarphysics.livingreviews.org is a free resource to the scientific community. Published by the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany. Copyright Max Planck Gesellschaft. A peer-refereed, solely online journal publishing invited reviews covering all areas of solar and heliospheric physics research. Published by the Max Planck Institute for Aeronomy, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany.
http://solarphysics.livingreviews.org

NASA Astrophysics Data System
Search system for abstracts in astrophysics, planetary sciences and solar physics.
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/

Temporal Annex
Information mostly on the fourth dimension and theoretical physics.
http://temporal_science.tripod.com/

The Electric Universe
Physics knows four forces. However, the 20 th century was convinced that one of the them the electric force plays no macroscopic role in the Universe. For example, positively charged atoms exist, but positively charged stars should not exist. Physics knows four forces; 20th-century scientists were convinced that one of those, the electric force, played no macroscopic role in the Universe; site explains why that is incorrect.
http://www.electric-universe.de/

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