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Contact: F.X.Timmes
my one page vitae,
full vitae,
research statement, and
teaching statement.

Some of the vector illustrations I've made over the years, and continue to craft, for my introductory astronomy courses. Some are simple, some are more sophisticated, and I merely peek over the ankles of giants. Most of the illustrations shown are in a scalable vector grapics (svg) format; click to get a vector graphics pdf version.

patterns in the sky

ptolemy to albert

light and matter

tools of the trade

solar nebula

terrestrial planets

jovian planets

asteroids and comets

exoplanets

astrobiology

stars

galaxies

cosmology

gps