Texas in Tuscany

XXI Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics

Florence, Italy, December 9-13, 2002

PROCEEDINGS

MANUSCRIPTS DUE FEBRUARY 28!

Florence and the Crab Nebula
 

The Symposium is organized by the Arcetri Astrophysical Observatory (Italian
National Institute of Astrophysics) in collaboration with the National
Institute of Nuclear Physics, and will consist of Invited Talks and Joint
Discussions on the following topics:
 
 

Origin and Evolution of the Universe; Large Scale Structure; Active Galactic
Nuclei; Supernovae and their Remnants; Black Holes; Gamma-Ray Bursts and
Sources; Very High Energy Cosmic Rays; Gravitational Waves; Particle
Astrophysics

SOC:
F. Pacini (chair), M. Baldo Ceolin, R. Barbieri, C. Cesarsky, A. Gimenez,
G. Hasinger, R. Kolb, R. Manchester, I. Novikov, A. Olinto, M. Rees, V. Rubin,
G. Setti, J. Silk, M. Tavani, Y. Totsuka, V. Trimble, G. Veneziano, L. Woltjer
 

LOC:
M. Salvati (chair), R. Bandiera, L. Falai, R. Maiolino, F. Mannucci,
A. Marconi, E. Masini, N. Nagar
 
 

email: texas_florence@arcetri.astro.it
fax: +39 055 220039



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Picture: The Crab Nebula as seen with VLT (ESO)

Last updated September 12, 2002