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Some links to external web pages containing other astrophysical data(bases):
www-nds.iaea.org/exfor/exfor00.htm
Experimental Nuclear Reaction Data (EXFOR). The EXFOR library contains an extensive compilation of experimental nuclear reaction data.

www-nds.iaea.org/nrdc.html
The Nuclear Reaction Data Centres Network (NRDC) is a world-wide cooperation of nuclear data centres, under the auspices of the International Atomic Energy Agency, established to coordinate the collection, compilation, and dissemination of nuclear data on international scale.

www.nucastrodata.org
"... is your WWW resource for creating, accessing, and managing nuclear physics information for astrophysics studies." Many links to other databases.

www.nea.fr/janis/
JANIS: "Java-based nuclear information software" is a display program designed to facilitate the visualisation and manipulation of nuclear data.

pntpm.ulb.ac.be/Nacre/nacre_d.htm
NACRE: "Nuclear Astrophysics Compilation of REaction Rates". Nuclear reaction rates for charged-particle reactions and Experimental S-factors compiled by the NACRE collaboration.

pntpm.ulb.ac.be/bigbang/
"Compilation and R-matrix analysis of Big-Bang reaction rates". Several reaction rates compiled in NACRE which have been updated in 2004.

pntpm.ulb.ac.be/astro/
A tool called "Astrophysica 1.0 for Windows" that Pierre Descouvemont has developed to calculate reaction rates etc.

pntpm.ulb.ac.be/Nacre/Programs/coulomb.htm
A simple tool from Pierre Descouvemont to calculate resonance parameters, Coulomb functions, penetration factors etc.

www.nucastro.org/reaclib.html
Astrophysical Reaction Rates and Cross Sections from Thomas Rauschers' Hauser-Feshbach code NON-SMOKER.

download.nucastro.org/astro/reaclib/
Reaction library from Basel university. The previous version can be found in the subdirectory "old/"

nucastro.org/forum/viewforum.php?id=6
nucastro.org forum where Thomas Rauscher gives some important comments on "How to..." 1) compute reaction rates from experimental data; 2) fit reaction rates etc.

download.nucastro.org/codes/
Some small tools from Thomas Rauscher for Astrophysical applications.

www.astro.ulb.ac.be/Html/bruslib.html
BRUSLIB: the Brussels Nuclear Library for Astrophysics Applications.

www-astro.ulb.ac.be/Html/hfr.html
Stephane Gorielys' MOST: Hauser-Feshbach Reaction Rates for Nuclei with Z=8-109.

www.astro.ulb.ac.be/Netgen/form.html
NetGen: "Network Generator" is a tool to help astrophysicists building up nuclear reaction networks by generating tables of nuclear reaction rates on temperature grids specified by the user.

www.jinaweb.org/html/codes.html
The Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics: Public Codes for Nuclear Astrophysics.

iaeand.iaea.or.at/photonuclear/
IAEA Photonuclear Data Library- Cross sections and spectra up to 140 MeV.


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