Radiation astronomy/Outlines

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This ultraviolet-wavelength image mosaic, taken by NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer (GALEX), shows a comet-like "tail" stretching 13 light year across space. Credit: NASA.

This is an outline of the themes, topics, fields, and resources developed or under development for the course principles of radiation astronomy or related courses involving any of various radiation astronomies. Titles or synonyms for titles, where applicable, are on the right.

Notations[edit | edit source]

Universals[edit | edit source]



"Incorporating tracking studies into clinical trials of cell-based therapy at the earliest stage can provide proof of mechanism of the therapy and permit evaluation of the many contributory variables, even on a patient-by-patient basis."[1]

"[B]iochemical markers [may be used] for early proof of mechanism"[2]

"One early “proof of mechanism” study of farglitazar, a non-TZD PPARγ agonist, assessed 24-h insulin and glucose profiles in a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study in patients with type 2 diabetes."[3]

Astronomy[edit | edit source]

Provide a general example from the astronomical literature about the lecture field.

Radiation[edit | edit source]

Provide a general example from the astronomical literature about the lecture field and uses of radiation.

Planets[edit | edit source]

Provide a general example from the astronomical literature about the lecture field that may be from planetary astronomy or may result from the object being radiated into an orbit within a light of another object.

Minerals as sources[edit | edit source]

Theory for the field[edit | edit source]

Universals for radiation astronomy[edit | edit source]

Charge in the universe[edit | edit source]

General radiation topics[edit | edit source]

Radiation bigger than atoms or nuclei[edit | edit source]

Acoustical astronomy actually uses radiation astronomy to study large matter waves, oscillations, or vibrations.

Particulates like atoms and nuclei[edit | edit source]

Electromagnetic radiation[edit | edit source]

States of matter[edit | edit source]

Rocky objects[edit | edit source]

Astrochemistry[edit | edit source]

Atmospherics[edit | edit source]

Special techniques[edit | edit source]

Astronomical objects[edit | edit source]