Astronomy 220C Links

Nuclear Astrophysics and Abundances
Brief overview liquid drop model
Periodic chart of the isotopes
Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics
Nuclear binding energies
Tables of reaction rates
Reaction rate thresholds
Anders and Grevesse (1989) tables
Particle physics tutorial
Online lecture notes from MIT nuclear physics course
2016 Atomic Mass Evaluation
Q-value calculator
ORSAY (1995) Atomic Mass Data Center
STARLIB: Thermonuclear Rate Library
The NIST repository of fundamental physics constants
The TUNL nuclear data evaluation project (A = 3 - 20)
The National Nuclear Data Center
Nuclear Data Cards - a wallet sized summary of nuclear information
Nuclear physics of helium burning - Hale (1997)

Stellar Evolution and Nucleosynthesis
Nice web-based textbook on stellar astrophysics by Collins
The MESA stellar evolution code
Frank Timmes compilation of useful subroutines and physics
Geneva grid of model stars
Movies of numerical simulation of stellar convection
Some models from Heger and Woosley
Classical novae
Pictures of classical novae
American Association of Variable Star Observers

Supernovae in general
Astronomy Picture of the Day
UCSC Supernova Science Center
ORNL Supernova Studies
Master link to supernovae and supernova remnants
Adam Burrows explosion mechanism
More supernova models
List of recent supernova with links to IAU circulars
Goddard supernova pages - a few movies
CfA Supernovae Data Archine
Lots of discovery images of novae and supernovae
Rochester supernova data archive
Rochester master link list

Neutron Stars and Pulsars
A tutorial on pulsars
Animations and video - supernovae and pulsars
Movie of an x-ray pulsar
X-Ray astronomy field guide to supernovae

Novae, Type Ia supernovae
x-ray bursts, novae, and Type Ia supernovae
A nice supernova movie on the Lawerence Berkeley Labs website

Gamma Ray Bursts
Information on bursts with couterparts Links to all sorts of gamma-ray burst sites
GRB skymap - updated every month, also light curves of the most recent bursts
Orbiting and future GRB satellites
More observational data than you ever wanted about GRBs (the equivalent to the IAU Circ)
Models for gamma-ray bursts
HETE Status and observations