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  • Laboratory of Physics of the Moon and Planets | Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute
    English Русский Қазақ Institute About History Directions Events Seminars Conferences Personnel Laboratories Physics of Stars and Nebulae Physics of the Moon and Planets Cosmology Stellar Dynamics Computational Astrophysics Nuclear Astrophysics Artificial Earth Satellites Advanced Astrophysical Research Observatories Kamenskoye Plateau Observatory Tian Shan Observatory Assy Turgen Observatory Projects Publications Outreach F A Q Media and Public Relations Astronomical Gallery People Address Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute Observatory 23 050020 Almaty Kazakhstan Search for

    Original URL path: http://aphi.kz/labs/moon-planets (2016-02-15)
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  • Laboratory of Cosmology, Stellar Dynamics and Computational Astrophysics | Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute
    Astrophysical Research Observatories Kamenskoye Plateau Observatory Tian Shan Observatory Assy Turgen Observatory Projects Publications Outreach F A Q Media and Public Relations Astronomical Gallery People Address Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute Observatory 23 050020 Almaty Kazakhstan Search for Laboratory of Cosmology Stellar Dynamics and Computational Astrophysics As the lab name implies here we seek to understand the evolution of gravitating systems at various scales from star clusters to galaxies to large scale structure of the universe as a whole and we tackle these problems both through analytical methods and through numerical simulations with the help of computational technologies At smaller scales our particular focus is on numerical simulations of star clusters especially those found in active galactic nuclei the topic of our old established collaboration with colleagues from Astronomisches Rechen Institut Heidelberg and National Astronomical Observatories of China Beijing In 2013 we had hosted the MODEST 13 International Workshop dedicated to modeling star clusters At larger scales the dominant factors in the evolution of gravitating systems are dark matter and dark energy so we are interested in the origin and nature of this invisible stuff that makes up 95 of the universe As well known despite its great success in matching many

    Original URL path: http://aphi.kz/labs/cosmology-stellar-dynamics (2016-02-15)
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  • Laboratory of Nuclear Astrophysics | Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute
    Astrophysics Artificial Earth Satellites Advanced Astrophysical Research Observatories Kamenskoye Plateau Observatory Tian Shan Observatory Assy Turgen Observatory Projects Publications Outreach F A Q Media and Public Relations Astronomical Gallery People Address Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute Observatory 23 050020 Almaty Kazakhstan Search for Laboratory of Nuclear Astrophysics The laboratory of Nuclear Astrophysics NAL was established in 2012 by Prof Dr S B Dubovichenko The laboratory is aimed at studying thermonuclear processes in

    Original URL path: http://aphi.kz/labs/nuclear-astrophysics (2016-02-15)
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  • Laboratory of Artificial Earth Satellites Observations | Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute
    Stars and Nebulae Physics of the Moon and Planets Cosmology Stellar Dynamics Computational Astrophysics Nuclear Astrophysics Artificial Earth Satellites Advanced Astrophysical Research Observatories Kamenskoye Plateau Observatory Tian Shan Observatory Assy Turgen Observatory Projects Publications Outreach F A Q Media and Public Relations Astronomical Gallery People Address Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute Observatory 23 050020 Almaty Kazakhstan Laboratory of physics of the Moon and planets Laboratory of physics of stars and nebulae Laboratory

    Original URL path: http://aphi.kz/labs/artificial-satellites (2016-02-15)
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  • Laboratory of Advanced Astrophysical Research | Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute
    and Nebulae Physics of the Moon and Planets Cosmology Stellar Dynamics Computational Astrophysics Nuclear Astrophysics Artificial Earth Satellites Advanced Astrophysical Research Observatories Kamenskoye Plateau Observatory Tian Shan Observatory Assy Turgen Observatory Projects Publications Outreach F A Q Media and Public Relations Astronomical Gallery People Address Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute Observatory 23 050020 Almaty Kazakhstan Laboratory of physics of the Moon and planets Laboratory of physics of stars and nebulae Laboratory of

    Original URL path: http://aphi.kz/labs/advanced-research (2016-02-15)
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  • Kamenskoye Plato Observatory | Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute
    A Q Media and Public Relations Astronomical Gallery People Address Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute Observatory 23 050020 Almaty Kazakhstan Kamenskoye Plateau observatory Tian Shan observatory Assy Turgen observatory Search for Kamenskoye Plato Observatory Observatory of astrophysical research at Kamenskoye Plato is located at an altitude 1 450 meters above the sea level Almaty Kamenskoye plato Observatory Fessenkov Astrophysical Institute Observatory operates the following telescopes AZT 8 with diameter of main mirror

    Original URL path: http://aphi.kz/observatories/kamenskoye-plateau (2016-02-15)
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  • Expedition «Tien Shan Astronomical Observatory and Coronal Station» | Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute
    located in 30 km South from Almaty at an altitude 2 735 meters above the sea level Almatinskaya oblast Karasayskiy rayon Big Almaty Lake Tien Shan Astronomical Observatory TShAO and CorSt are observational bases with good astroclimate up to 100 photometric nights per year high transparency of atmosphere negligible light pollution and turbulence average FWHM 3 Such astroclimate conditions and location near Almaty make TShAO and CorSt a convenient observational

    Original URL path: http://aphi.kz/observatories/tian-shan (2016-02-15)
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  • Assy Turgen Observatory | Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute
    the Assy Turgen plateau 2750 meters above sea level 85 km East from Almaty It was build by Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute and observations began to be performed since 1981 By 1991 two telescope towers and hotel facilities were raised and a 1 meter telescope was launched By 1990 it was planned to set up a 1 5 meter AZT 20 reflector telescope The dome and the building were constructed but

    Original URL path: http://aphi.kz/observatories/assy-turgen (2016-02-15)
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