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Interstellar gas
Hydrogen, Helium and traces of other elements
Interstellar dust
water ice, Carbon, Silicon in highly flattened flakes or needles, the size of this particles is about 0.1 micron
The Interstellar Medium
An online tutorial by the Experimental Space Plasma Group at the University of New Hampshire
Interstellar Medium: Cold
Online lecture by James Schombert at the University of Oregon website on interstellar gas and dust properties.
Star Formation; The Interstellar Medium
Astronomy course notes by David Hanes at Queen's University Astronomy Group website.
Galaxy Formation Research Home Page
University of Texas at Austin Galaxy Formation and the Intergalactic Medium Research Group.
Astrochemistry is the study of the chemical interactions between the gases and dust interspersed between the stars. An introduction to astrochemistry at the University of Illinois website.
The Interstellar Medium
Gene Smith's Astronomy Tutorial at the University of California, San Diego website.
Interstellar medium
Information on Interstellar medium by Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
An online lecture at the Ohio State University website by professor Barbara Ryden.
The Interstellar Medium
Stromgren Sphere. A supernova snowplow. Recycling to the next generation of stars. Web pages by Cornell University.
'Cloudshine' may reveal secrets of star birth - a New Scientist article
Astronomers discover a new way to probe dark clouds of gas and dust in space, shedding light on the mysteries of star formation.
ISO Interstellar Medium Image Gallery
Images and spectra of interstellar medium provided by ESA's Infrared Space Observatory.
Interstellar Medium -- from Eric Weisstein's World of Astronomy
Brief definitions and notes on interstellar medium from Eric W. Weisstein's online encyclopedia of astronomy.
Astronomy Lecture Notes - Interstellar Matter
A brief introduction to interstellar matter - gas, dust, nebulae - at the website of the University of Mississippi.
The 129 reported interstellar and circumstellar molecules
A page by Al Wootten from the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.
Star Formation and the Interstellar Medium
An Interstellar Medium research webpage of the Astrophysics group of the University of New South Wales.
APOD: 2002 February 10 - The Local Interstellar Cloud
The stars are not alone. In the disk of our Milky Way Galaxy about 10 percent of visible matter is in the form of gas, called the interstellar medium (ISM). The ISM is not uniform, and shows patchiness even near our Sun. It can be quite difficult to detect the local ISM because it is so tenuous and emits so little light. This mostly hydrogen gas, however, absorbs some very specific colors that can be detected in the light of the nearest stars.
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