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Physical sciences, 1255[change source]

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Science, 10[change source]

Astronomy, 277[change source]

Basics, 5[change source]

  1. Astronomy
  2. Astrobiology
  3. Extinction (astronomy)
  4. Extraterrestrial life
  5. Magnitude (astronomy)

Astrometry, 88[change source]

  1. Astrometry
  2. Angular resolution
  3. Cosmic distance ladder
  4. Parallax
  5. Photometry (astronomy)
Celestial sphere, 83
  1. Celestial coordinate system
    1. Declination
    2. Right ascension
  2. Celestial equator
  3. Celestial sphere
  4. Equinox
  5. Ecliptic
  6. Horizon
  7. Nadir
  8. Solstice
  9. Star chart
  10. Zenith
  11. Zodiac
Constellations, 70
IAU constellations, 65
  1. Constellation
  2. Andromeda (constellation)
  3. Aquarius (constellation)
  4. Aquila (constellation)
  5. Ara (constellation)
  6. Aries (constellation)
  7. Auriga (constellation)
  8. Boötes
  9. Camelopardalis
  10. Cancer (constellation)
  11. Canes Venatici
  12. Canis Major
  13. Canis Minor
  14. Capricornus
  15. Carina (constellation)
  16. Cassiopeia (constellation)
  17. Centaurus
  18. Cepheus (constellation)
  19. Cetus
  20. Columba (constellation)
  21. Coma Berenices
  22. Corona Australis
  23. Corona Borealis
  24. Corvus (constellation)
  25. Crater (constellation)
  26. Crux
  27. Cygnus (constellation)
  28. Delphinus
  29. Draco (constellation)
  30. Equuleus
  31. Eridanus (constellation)
  32. Gemini (constellation)
  33. Hercules (constellation)
  34. Hydra (constellation)
  35. Lacerta
  36. Leo (constellation)
  37. Leo Minor
  38. Lepus (constellation)
  39. Libra (constellation)
  40. Lupus (constellation)
  41. Lynx (constellation)
  42. Lyra
  43. Monoceros
  44. Ophiuchus
  45. Orion (constellation)
  46. Pegasus (constellation)
  47. Perseus (constellation)
  48. Pisces (constellation)
  49. Piscis Austrinus
  50. Puppis
  51. Pyxis
  52. Sagitta
  53. Sagittarius (constellation)
  54. Scorpius
  55. Scutum
  56. Serpens
  57. Sextans
  58. Taurus (constellation)
  59. Triangulum
  60. Triangulum Australe
  61. Ursa Major
  62. Ursa Minor
  63. Vela (constellation)
  64. Virgo (constellation)
  65. Vulpecula
Chinese constellations, 5
  1. Chinese constellations
    1. Vermilion Bird
    2. White Tiger
    3. Black Tortoise
    4. Azure Dragon

Astronomical objects, 74[change source]

Celestial mechanics, 20[change source]

Galactic astronomy and Extragalactic astronomy, 32[change source]

Observational astronomy, 3[change source]

  1. Absolute magnitude
  2. Apparent magnitude
  3. Observatory

Physical cosmology, 14[change source]

Planetary science, 8[change source]

Stellar astronomy, 33[change source]

Chemistry, 361[change source]

Basics, 49[change source]

Analytical chemistry, 6[change source]

Chemical substances, 257[change source]

Chemical elements, 144[change source]
Basics, 6
  1. Chemical element
  2. List of elements
  3. Atomic number
  4. Atomic mass
  5. Periodic table
  6. Period (periodic table)
Chemical element groups, 20
  1. Metal
  2. Alkali metal
  3. Alkaline earth metal
  4. Lanthanide
  5. Actinide
  6. Transition metal
  7. Metalloid
  8. Halogen
  9. Noble gas
  10. Group 3 element
  11. Group 4 element
  12. Group 5 element
  13. Group 6 element
  14. Group 12 element
  15. Boron group
  16. Carbon group
  17. Pnictogen
  18. Period 1 element
  19. Period 2 element
  20. Period 3 element
Chemical elements, 118
  1. Hydrogen (H)
  2. Helium (He)
  3. Lithium (Li)
  4. Beryllium (Be)
  5. Boron (B)
  6. Carbon (C)
  7. Nitrogen (N)
  8. Oxygen (O)
  9. Fluorine (F)
  10. Neon (Ne)
  11. Sodium (Na)
  12. Magnesium (Mg)
  13. Aluminium (Al)
  14. Silicon (Si)
  15. Phosphorus (P)
  16. Sulfur (S)
  17. Chlorine (Cl)
  18. Argon (Ar)
  19. Potassium (K)
  20. Calcium (Ca)
  21. Scandium (Sc)
  22. Titanium (Ti)
  23. Vanadium (V)
  24. Chromium (Cr)
  25. Manganese (Mn)
  26. Iron (Fe)
  27. Cobalt (Co)
  28. Nickel (Ni)
  29. Copper (Cu)
  30. Zinc (Zn)
  31. Gallium (Ga)
  32. Germanium (Ge)
  33. Arsenic (As)
  34. Selenium (Se)
  35. Bromine (Br)
  36. Krypton (Kr)
  37. Rubidium (Rb)
  38. Strontium (Sr)
  39. Yttrium (Y)
  40. Zirconium (Zr)
  41. Niobium (Nb)
  42. Molybdenum (Mo)
  43. Technetium (Tc)
  44. Ruthenium (Ru)
  45. Rhodium (Rh)
  46. Palladium (Pd)
  47. Silver (Ag)
  48. Cadmium (Cd)
  49. Indium (In)
  50. Tin (Sn)
  51. Antimony (Sb)
  52. Tellurium (Te)
  53. Iodine (I)
  54. Xenon (Xe)
  55. Caesium (Cs)
  56. Barium (Ba)
  57. Lanthanum (La)
  58. Cerium (Ce)
  59. Praseodymium (Pr)
  60. Neodymium (Nd)
  61. Promethium (Pm)
  62. Samarium (Sm)
  63. Europium (Eu)
  64. Gadolinium (Gd)
  65. Terbium (Tb)
  66. Dysprosium (Dy)
  67. Holmium (Ho)
  68. Erbium (Er)
  69. Thulium (Tm)
  70. Ytterbium (Yb)
  71. Lutetium (Lu)
  72. Hafnium (Hf)
  73. Tantalum (Ta)
  74. Tungsten (W)
  75. Rhenium (Re)
  76. Osmium (Os)
  77. Iridium (Ir)
  78. Platinum (Pt)
  79. Gold (Au)
  80. Mercury (element) (Hg)
  81. Thallium (Tl)
  82. Lead (Pb)
  83. Bismuth (Bi)
  84. Polonium (Po)
  85. Astatine (At)
  86. Radon (Rn)
  87. Francium (Fr)
  88. Radium (Ra)
  89. Actinium (Ac)
  90. Thorium (Th)
  91. Protactinium (Pa)
  92. Uranium (U)
  93. Neptunium (Np)
  94. Plutonium (Pu)
  95. Americium (Am)
  96. Curium (Cm)
  97. Berkelium (Bk)
  98. Californium (Cf)
  99. Einsteinium (Es)
  100. Fermium (Fm)
  101. Mendelevium (Md)
  102. Nobelium (No)
  103. Lawrencium (Lr)
  104. Rutherfordium (Rf)
  105. Dubnium (Db)
  106. Seaborgium (Sg)
  107. Bohrium (Bh)
  108. Hassium (Hs)
  109. Meitnerium (Mt)
  110. Darmstadtium (Ds)
  111. Roentgenium (Rg)
  112. Copernicium (Cn)
  113. Ununtrium (Uut)
  114. Flerovium (Uuq)
  115. Ununpentium (Uup)
  116. Livermorium (Uuh)
  117. Ununseptium (Uus)
  118. Ununoctium (Uuo)
Chemical compounds, 65[change source]
Chemical mixtures, 19[change source]

Pharmacy, 2[change source]

Earth science, 262[change source]

For specific geographical objects see Geography

General, 1[change source]

Cartography, 2[change source]

  1. Cartography
  2. Map

Natural disasters, 6[change source]

Earth, 165[change source]

Geomorphology, 58[change source]
Biomes, 26[change source]
Pedology (soil study), 3[change source]

Air, 61[change source]

Climatology, 7[change source]
Meteorology, 45[change source]

Water, 27[change source]

Physics, 364[change source]

  1. Physics
  2. Allotropy
  3. Geiger–Marsden experiment
  4. Osmosis
  5. Quantum field theory
  6. Remote sensing
  7. Alpha decay
  8. Absolute zero
  9. Adiabatic process
  10. Butterfly effect
  11. Brownian motion
  12. Beta decay
  13. Classical element
  14. Corona
  15. Density
  16. Electronvolt
  17. Electron microscope
  18. Fundamental interaction
  19. Elementary particle
  20. Ferromagnetism
  21. Graviton
  22. Heat engine
  23. Heavy water
  24. Hydrolysis
  25. Insulator (electricity)
  26. Ionosphere
  27. Mach number
  28. Mohs scale of mineral hardness
  29. Magnetosphere
  30. Obsidian
  31. Physical quantity
  32. Pump
  33. PH
  34. Precession
  35. Quantum computer
  36. Refraction
  37. Standard conditions for temperature and pressure
  38. Schrödinger's cat
  39. Tunguska event
  40. Time travel
  41. Voltage
  42. Wavelength
  43. Wormhole
  44. Enthalpy of vaporization
  45. Ballistic missile
  46. Gravitational constant
  47. Vapor pressure
  48. Black body
  49. Electrolyte
  50. Gravitational lens
  51. Atomic radius
  52. Boltzmann constant
  53. Biophysics
  54. Perpetual motion
  55. Dew point
  56. Compton scattering
  57. Thermal conductivity
  58. Solubility
  59. Ionization energy
  60. Van Allen radiation belt
  61. Hydraulics
  62. Magnetic flux
  63. Boyle's law
  64. Ideal gas
  65. Angular velocity
  66. Foucault pendulum
  67. Geocentric model
  68. Apsis
  69. Metronome
  70. Water vapor
  71. Electromagnet
  72. Second law of thermodynamics
  73. Orbital period
  74. Fluorescent lamp
  75. First law of thermodynamics
  76. Heat transfer
  77. Heat capacity
  78. Electrical conductor
  79. Adsorption
  80. Heliocentrism
  81. St. Elmo's fire
  82. Archimedes' principle
  83. Internal energy
  84. Astrophysics
  85. Reflection (physics)
  86. Wind wave
  87. Permeability (electromagnetism)
  88. Hardness
  89. Atomism
  90. Spin (physics)
  91. Theoretical physics
  92. Semi-major axis
  93. Event horizon

Fundamental physics concepts, 20[change source]

  1. Amplitude
  2. Atom
  3. Energy
    1. Mass–energy equivalence
    2. Conservation of energy
  4. Field (physics)
  5. Force
    1. Gravitation
    2. Strong interaction
    3. Weak interaction
  6. Matter
  7. Power (physics)
  8. Radiation
    1. Ionizing radiation
  9. Space
  10. Spacetime
  11. Time
    1. Planck time
    2. Planck units
  12. Vacuum

Atomic, molecular, and optical physics, 28[change source]

Condensed matter physics, 30[change source]

Electromagnetism, 47[change source]

Mechanics, 66[change source]

Nuclear physics, 9[change source]

Particle physics, 43[change source]

Theory of relativity, 5[change source]

Thermodynamics, 10[change source]

Waves, 13[change source]

Measurement, 76[change source]

This list contains units of measurement and articles on metrology. For the measured quantities see Science and Mathematics sections.

Basics, 13[change source]

Angle, 3[change source]

  1. Degree (angle)
  2. Radian
  3. Steradian

Dimension, 24[change source]

Electromagnetism, 10[change source]

Mechanics, 11[change source]

Quantity, 5[change source]