FOR STUDENTS INTERESTED IN READING MORE ABOUT SOLAR/SPACE PHYSICS

Links
(Click on each title to open the related webpage)

Research

Monitoring the Sun:

The Sun Today

Solar Monitor

Max Millenium


Monitoring the Heliosphere:

ACE Lists of Disturbances and Transients

Near-Earth Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections Since January 1996

Solar storms:

http://www.swpc.noaa.gov

http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/sunearth/spaceweather/index.html

http://www.solarstormwatch.com

Database for other astrophysical objects (stars, exoplanets):

Kepler database


Scientific communities:

Société Française d’Astronomie et d’Astrophysique  (in french)

Conseil National des Astronomes et des Physiciens (in french)

CNRS – Section 17 (in french)

CosmoCoffee

Curious Stardust

Astrobetter

Astrobites

Research Fundings

United Kingdom:

Northern Research Partnership (Scotland only)

Institute of mathematics and its applications

Royal Society Research Grants

International:

AXA Research Fund

ERC Funding Council

List of Post-doctoral opportunities


Science outreach

Soapbox Science

Famelab

A list about public engagement opportunities (around Edinburgh but also in the UK): here

The Wellcome Trust Engagement Fellowship


Women in Science

In French: Un point de vue intéressant sur le recrutement CNAP: ici

Drs Sarah Care podcast

Want to get involved in science?

Why astronomy is important

For the fun of it:

Stellarium

The Astronomy Center


Getting serious:

Zooniverse (everything from the Moon to the Sun to exoplanets to stars)

An IAU Guide to citizen astronomy

Use your phone as a particle detector

Seti@Home

Citizen science project


Some useful links about careers

Academic CV (1)

Academic CV (2)

Rock your research

Impostor syndromehere too and here

Writing a research plan


Fun science things

Seti Institute radio show

BBC 2 – Horizon

Nasa Visualization Explorer

Live from the ISS

How to protect astronauts from space radiation on mars

The cultural significance of space exploration

List of active solar system probes

Why do we need to explore other planets

Building the future spacesuit by Dava Newman (seminar at SAO/CfA)

Interactive graphic: Every active satellite orbiting Earth

Research in progress

A map of space exploration

Interesting articles to read

2nd October 2017: New study highlights “hidden figure” of sun-watchers

 

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