Martin Solar & Astrophysics Labs (LMSAL)
Welcome to the Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory.
LMSAL is a department of the Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center
in Palo Alto, CA. We are a group of scientists and engineers who design,
build, and operate solar and astrophysical observing instruments.
Solar & Stellar X-Ray Group (SAO)
The Solar & Stellar X-Ray Group consists of four scientists and
three Harvard University undergraduates working in the High Energy
Astrophysics Division of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
The group provided the multilayer-coated x-ray telescope for NASA's
Solar Physics Group
The MSU solar physics group is engaged in undergraduate and graduate
education, public outreach, and solar research supported by NASA and
NSF. The research includes observation, data analysis, theory, and
for Astronomy & Solar Physics (GSFC)
The goal of the Solar Physics Branch of the Laboratory for Astronomy
and Solar Physics is to obtain a better understanding of the physical
processes which govern the behavior of the Sun and its interactions
with the Heliosphere.
Space Science Department of the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL)
This is one of the most active solar physics research groups in the
United Kingdom. Much of their work is done in collaboration with others
in the UK and abroad.
Physics at Stanford University (Stanford)
Observational and theoretical research in the physics of the sun is
carried out at Stanford University in several research groups. The
Wilcox Solar Observatory and Solar Oscillations Investigation programs
are conducted by a group of scientists and supporting staff associated
with the Center for Space Science and Astrophysics (CSSA) and the
Hansen Exerimental Physics Laboratories (HEPL), under the direction
of Philip H. Scherrer (CSSA and the Department of Physics).
of Chicago, Dept. of Astronomy & Astrophysics: Welcome to Rosnerville
This document describes the activities of Prof. Robert Rosner and
collaborators at the University of Chicago. They conduct theoretical
and observational research in solar and stellar astrophysics, more
general plasma astrophysics, and fluid dynamics.