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- 1 General Science
- 2 Astronomy and cosmology
- 3 Biology
- 4 Chemistry, chemicals and labs
- 5 Environment and geology
- 6 Journals and trade publications
- 7 Medicine
- 8 Physical science
- 9 Physics
- 10 Scientists and people in science
- 11 References
- Three-phase separator - a widely used term referring to Separator (oil production) (page should probably be moved to the former)--126.96.36.199 (talk) 10:32, 26 July 2017 (UTC)
- Global systems science - a new science of large complex systems. eg. the enviroment, a business, a national economy
- Massachusetts Academy of Sciences - founded in 2007, fellows include several Nobel Prize laureates and other notable scientists
- Cardiocentric hypothesis - An idea originating from Ancient Egypt that posits that the heart was the center of consciousness. History of Neuropsychology
- Cephalocentric hypothesis - An idea originating from Ancient Greece that posits that the brain is the center of consciousness. History of Neuropsychology
- TIFR Centre for Interdisciplinary Sciences - A research centre under the Tata Institute for Fundamental Research (TIFR) TCIS
- 1960s in science and technology
- Anthropomaximology - The term was intended to describe a broad yet scientific approach to identifying why some individuals physically (strength, endurance, speed and skill) outperform others. It was primarily focused on sport performance, yet has now grown to include any human performance endeavor. What is Anthropomaximology
- The Kavli HUMAN Project - A longitudinal and interdisciplinary research project out of NYU that will be creating a database comprised of data from 10,000 New Yorkers that they hope will improve insights for researchers and New York City residents. (www.kavlihumanproject.org)
- NMIJ (National Metrology Institute of Japan), equivalent to NIST, PTB, NPL, MIKES, Laboratoire national de métrologie et d'essais, etc.
- Van Swinden Laboratory (VSL), the Netherlands' national metrology laboratory
- METAS (Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology)
Astronomy and cosmology
- Alfvén resonator
Andrew Lowe (astronomer)→ (protected redirect),
- COSMOS Field
- Davis-Greenstein effect
- Helmut Abt 
- Hierarchical triangular mesh
- History of solar system models - (a page that descibe the history and evolution of models of the solar system that were used to calculate the positions of the planets and stars and covers all three Geocentric model, Heliocentrism, Tychonic system and their interactions.) (Historical Astronomy: Concepts: Models of the Solar System Models of the solar system)
- hydrobot - there is a page for cryobots, which is similar to the hydrobot. A robot which penetrates ice and helps to try to discover other life forms
- James Muriden - author of The Handbook Of Astronomy published 1965 Arther Baker Limited London
- Kepler Orrery - Animation by NASA of a wide range of extrasolar planets. Stunning image that needs some explanation.
- Lithium gap
- methods of studying planet interiorsG. A. C. S. (talk) 19:28, 27 August 2016 (UTC)
- Orbital normal - unit vector perpendicular to the orbital plane; probably a dictdef.
- Orbital seasons - seasons caused by a planet in an eccentric orbit moving closer to and further from its sun.
- Planetary possibility
- Projection effect (astronomy) (2011) - superluminal motion, retrograde motion of the planets, optical double, &c.
- sound of astronomical object - sounds giving off cosmic objects and sounds of cosmic events like supernova, including planets in our Solar System giving off unique sound recorded by NASA
- Speculations about methods for mankind to survive after future catastrophic events in the evolution of the Solar System and the Universe (2011) - perhaps just call it Human survival, as a contrast to Human extinction? We do have Space and survival and Climate engineering.
- Universe@Home - Not yet listed as user in Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing
- Annular theory or Vailan theory - crankish but relatively well known (comparable to Velikovsky, for instance) theory proposed by Isaac Newton Vail suggesting that shells of water surround the planet and occasionally cause vast global floods which give rise to deluge legends, e.g. in the Bible https://www.amazon.com/Deluge-Its-Cause-Explanation-Formation/dp/B008SJ7BIY
- Cosmology, galactic and extragalactic astronomy
- Bright galaxy - ; alt.: Galaxy luminosity
- Borde-Guth-Vilenkin theorem, an argument for the necessity of a beginning for the cosmos under a fairly simple set of assumptions, see , and, I think, Borde, Arvind; Guth, Alan H.; Vilenkin, Alexander (2001). "Inflationary spacetimes are not past-complete". Physical Review Letters. 90 (15). arXiv: . doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.90.151301. for the relevant paper
- Cometary globule
- Dark Magnetism - New Scientist magazine issue no. 2867 June 2012 pp.36-39
- Finite Theory of the Universe, Dark Matter Disproof and Faster-Than-Light Speed - 
- Gamma Ray Burst Precursor - 
- k-essence - 
- Old-disk population - [[Orbital seasonrvard.edu/abs/1969PASP...81..553E]
- Optical transient - 
- Relativistic reflection - 
- Superwind - APOD, ArXiv, Caltech
- Synestia - Object formed by planetary collision https://arxiv.org/pdf/1705.07858.pdf
- Solar and stellar astronomy
- Electric Universe Theory (2012) -   
- Gamow peak
- Helium-weak star (2010) - 
- Hydrogen-deficient star (2010) - 
- Projected separation (2011) - of double stars. Could be included with projection effect.
- Rhines Relation
- Superhump (2011) - 
- Tidal truncation radius - Oort Cloud tidal effects
- z branch, banana branch (2006) - 
Individual objects and groups
- CVSO 30c (Is an exoplanet (gas giant, 4.7 Jupiter masses) orbiting the star CVSO 30. It is one of the first as well as one of the few exoplanets imaged via direct imaging.) (http://www.eso.org/public/images/potw1624a/) (http://www.aanda.org/articles/aa/abs/2016/09/aa26326-15/aa26326-15.html)
- Cynth where do the terms "pericynthion" (the closest distance to the lunar orbit) and "apocynthion" (the furthest distance to the moon) come from?
- Local Velocity Anomaly (2009) - 
- Local Association or Pleiades moving group (2015)
- Markarian 335  is a black hole
- Mare Parvum, Mare Novum, Mare Struve, Palus Nebularum (2011) -  (None of these feature names are currently in use.)
- Shravishthā (2012) - (traditional Indian constellations)
- Sathabhishaj (2012) - (traditional Indian constellations)
- Taurus-Auriga complex (2012) - 
- Tucana-Horologium association (2012) - 
- W3 main 
-  Please translate this article.
- Balbinot 1 (2012) - a new globular cluster  found to have tidal tails 
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- 4000−4499: NGC 4005, NGC 4010, NGC 4016/NGC 4017, NGC 4026, NGC 4052, NGC 4055, NGC 4061, NGC 4064, NGC 4065, NGC 4079, NGC 4085, NGC 4096, NGC 4100, NGC 4103, NGC 4105/NGC 4106, NGC 4111, NGC 4123, NGC 4124, NGC 4136, NGC 4144, NGC 4150, NGC 4156, NGC 4157, NGC 4163, NGC 4190, NGC 4191, NGC 4235, NGC 4240, NGC 4242, NGC 4245, NGC 4248, NGC 4253, NGC 4278, NGC 4286, NGC 4291, NGC 4302, NGC 4318, NGC 4325, NGC 4330, NGC 4337, NGC 4342, NGC 4343, NGC 4349, NGC 4350, NGC 4357, NGC 4365, NGC 4370, NGC 4371, NGC 4373, NGC 4378, NGC 4410, NGC 4418, NGC 4419, NGC 4424, NGC 4429, NGC 4433, NGC 4439, NGC 4441, NGC 4442, NGC 4458, NGC 4460, NGC 4473, NGC 4476, NGC 4478, NGC 4489.
- 4500−4999: NGC 4507, NGC 4522, NGC 4523, NGC 4532, NGC 4546, NGC 4561, NGC 4564, NGC 4570, NGC 4575, NGC 4589, NGC 4593, NGC 4596, NGC 4608, NGC 4619, NGC 4636, NGC 4647, NGC 4650, NGC 4665, NGC 4670, NGC 4672, NGC 4684, NGC 4691, NGC 4699, NGC 4731, NGC 4747, NGC 4753, NGC 4756, NGC 4772, NGC 4778, NGC 4782/NGC 4783, NGC 4785, NGC 4807, NGC 4815, NGC 4816, NGC 4839, NGC 4848, NGC 4852[c], NGC 4861, NGC 4869, NGC 4922, NGC 4923, NGC 4930, NGC 4933, NGC 4939, NGC 4941, NGC 4968.
- 5000−5499: NGC 5018, NGC 5044, NGC 5077, NGC 5084, NGC 5098, NGC 5107, NGC 5122, NGC 5135, NGC 5138[c], NGC 5156, NGC 5168[c], NGC 5171, NGC 5173, NGC 5206, NGC 5216, NGC 5218, NGC 5237, NGC 5252, NGC 5266, NGC 5273, NGC 5278, NGC 5281[c], NGC 5288[c], NGC 5297, NGC 5316[c], NGC 5322, NGC 5328, NGC 5329, NGC 5347, NGC 5351, NGC 5352, NGC 5353/NGC 5354, NGC 5360, NGC 5363, NGC 5367[n], NGC 5383, NGC 5394/NGC 5395, NGC 5419, NGC 5430, NGC 5433, NGC 5448, NGC 5455[n], NGC 5460[c], NGC 5461[n], NGC 5471[n], NGC 5485.
- 5500−5999: NGC 5506, NGC 5514, NGC 5523, NGC 5529, NGC 5533, NGC 5574, NGC 5606[c], NGC 5617[c], NGC 5634[c], NGC 5635, NGC 5643, NGC 5662, NGC 5666, NGC 5682, NGC 5683, NGC 5719, NGC 5728, NGC 5774, NGC 5793, NGC 5812, NGC 5813, NGC 5846, NGC 5850, NGC 5854, NGC 5897[c], NGC 5898, NGC 5903, NGC 5905, NGC 5908, NGC 5927[c], NGC 5946[c], NGC 5953/NGC 5954, NGC 5963, NGC 5979[n], NGC 5982.
- 6000−6499: NGC 6015, NGC 6026[n], NGC 6028, NGC 6034, NGC 6047, NGC 6058[n], NGC 6146, NGC 6164/NGC 6165[n], NGC 6172, NGC 6192[c], NGC 6216[c], NGC 6235[c], NGC 6253, NGC 6259[c], NGC 6264, NGC 6268[c], NGC 6306, NGC 6318[c], NGC 6337, NGC 6338, NGC 6383[c], NGC 6404[c], NGC 6416[c], NGC 6418, NGC 6426[c], NGC 6438, NGC 6440[c], NGC 6445[n], NGC 6451[c], NGC 6453[c], NGC 6482.
- 6500−6999: NGC 6500, NGC 6504, NGC 6517[c], NGC 6528, NGC 6535[c], NGC 6540[c], NGC 6544[c], NGC 6552, NGC 6553[c], NGC 6558[c], NGC 6563[n], NGC 6567[n], NGC 6569[c], NGC 6574, NGC 6583[c], NGC 6589/NGC 6590[n], NGC 6638[c], NGC 6643, NGC 6644, NGC 6649[c], NGC 6652[c], NGC 6664, NGC 6670, NGC 6677, NGC 6684, NGC 6701, NGC 6702, NGC 6703, NGC 6704[c], NGC 6716[c], NGC 6717[c], NGC 6749[c], NGC 6754, NGC 6762, NGC 6764, NGC 6765[n], NGC 6778[n], NGC 6789, NGC 6802[c], NGC 6803[n], NGC 6810, NGC 6814, NGC 6830[c], NGC 6833[n], NGC 6835, NGC 6857[n], NGC 6860, NGC 6868, NGC 6876, NGC 6879[n], NGC 6882[c], NGC 6883[c], NGC 6891[n], NGC 6894[n], NGC 6902, NGC 6907, NGC 6910[c], NGC 6914[n], NGC 6926, NGC 6939[c], NGC 6940[c], NGC 6951, NGC 6962, NGC 6996[c].
- 7000−7499: NGC 7013, NGC 7016, NGC 7018, NGC 7020, NGC 7031[c], NGC 7036[c], NGC 7039[c], NGC 7044[c], NGC 7062[c], NGC 7063[c], NGC 7067[c], NGC 7070A, NGC 7079, NGC 7080, NGC 7082[c], NGC 7086[c], NGC 7094[n], NGC 7097, NGC 7123, NGC 7127, NGC 7128[c], NGC 7130, NGC 7137, NGC 7139, NGC 7144, NGC 7160, NGC 7172, NGC 7176, NGC 7177, NGC 7184, NGC 7187, NGC 7192, NGC 7209, NGC 7212, NGC 7213, NGC 7214, NGC 7226, NGC 7233, NGC 7235[c], NGC 7236/NGC 7237, NGC 7241, NGC 7245[c], NGC 7261[c], NGC 7296[c], NGC 7339, NGC 7385, NGC 7413, NGC 7419[c], NGC 7421, NGC 7448, NGC 7456, NGC 7457, NGC 7463/NGC 7464, NGC 7468, NGC 7469, NGC 7496.
- 7500−7840: NGC 7503, NGC 7507, NGC 7531, NGC 7541, NGC 7552, NGC 7562, NGC 7589, NGC 7590, NGC 7592, NGC 7603, NGC 7606, NGC 7618, NGC 7619, NGC 7625, NGC 7626, NGC 7640, NGC 7674, NGC 7678, NGC 7679, NGC 7682, NGC 7702, NGC 7720, NGC 7723, NGC 7741, NGC 7743, NGC 7755, NGC 7762[c], NGC 7770/NGC 7771, NGC 7772, NGC 7785, NGC 7788[c], NGC 7796[c], NGC 7828/NGC 7829.
c. Cluster; n. Nebula
Hubble Ultra-Deep Field Objects
Based upon the availability of published scientific studies, some Hubble Ultra-Deep Field deep sky objects should have articles. Click here for a list of Hubble Ultra-Deep Field objects.
Organizations, observatories, telescopes, and surveys
- Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics (2008 - present) see  in which there is a subsection of the institute, since this has been written the institute has grown in size and has become well known as a leader in astronomical instrumentation, research, education, training and outreach in Canada. The institute is not associated with the David Dunlap Observatory, but was founded based on the money obtained from selling the property. 
- Center for Solar-Terrestrial Research (CSTR).      (2016)
- Chinese Spectral Radio Heliograph (CSRH).  
- List of public observatories (2011)
- Società Astronomica Italiana (2011) – 
- Stellar Observation Network Group (SONG). SONG is an initiative to construct a global network of 1-m class robotic telescopes.   
- Ulugh Beg Astronomical Institute (formerly Tashkent Astronomical Observatory, 1873−1966)
- Community of Physics The Community of Physics (CP) is an educational organization that works to advance physics education and research. CP runs academic courses and research projects on physics. It also organizes outreach programs to promote physics among students. 
Chemistry, chemicals and labs
Environment and geology
Journals and trade publications
- American Recycler Newspaper - 
- Arnoldia - journal of Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University; 
- BioFuels Journal - 
- Citation Classic - 
- Diaspora (journal) - Academic journal; ISSN 1044-2057; published by University of Toronto Press ]
- Digital Video (magazine) - American trade publication; published by NewBay Media; ISSN 1541-0943; OCLC 773019651; 
- International Journal of Privacy and Health Information Management 
- International Journal of Product Development (IJPD) - 
- International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics
- Los Alamos Science
- Pediatric Annals - ISSN 0090-4481; OCLC 1772141; ; published monthly by Slack Incorporated (), a part of The Wyanoke Group (); journal is indexed in Science Citation Index, ProQuest, Scopus, et al.; September 2010 issue is "Volume 39; Number 9" (so it has been around for a while)
- Urology Times - ISSN 0093-9722; OCLC 149664581; published by Advanstar Communications; 
- Journal of Breath Research - ISSN 1752-7155; published by IOP Publishing
- Journal of Neural Engineering - ISSN 1741-2560; published by IOP Publishing
- National Geographic Style Manual - 
- Nuclear Fusion journal - ISSN 0029-5515; published by IOP Publishing and the International Atomic Energy Agency
- Physiological Measurement - ISSN 0967-3334; published by IOP Publishing and Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine 
- Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion - ISSN 0741-3335; published by IOP Publishing 
- ScienceAsia - ISSN 1513-1874; peer-reviewed journal published bimonthly by the Science Society of Thailand and the National Research Council of Thailand 
- Revue Scientifique - article on French Wikipedia: w:fr:La Revue scientifique
- Preprints.org - The first multidisciplinary preprint server , launched May 2016 and run by MDPI.
- "Poor Will's Almanack" - Published almanac written by William Felker
I would like to request two articles be created for: Hand facer tools and bumper
> tools. > > Hand facers and bumper tools are tools that were used to create the > smooth surface of Mount Rushmore, October 4, 1927 - October 31, 1941. Source: > https://www.nps.gov/moru/learn/historyculture/carving-history.htm > > Questions: What did these tools look like and what were they made of? Who > created them? How long did it take to learn to use them effectively? How fast > could workers smooth rock with these tools? > > Additional Question: were comparable hand tools used to create massive monuments > in antiquity, for example the Great Temple of Ramesses > II<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramesses_II>, in Egypt?
- Alignment layers – used to induce molecular alignment in liquid crystals
- Argentaffin Cells
- Atmospheric iron
- Baking contrast unit
- Baobab oil (Baobab oil comes from seeds of the fruits of any of the 9 species of Adansonia on the planet.) (Oil Health Benefits - Baobab oil) (The baobab African treasure for our skin) (Exotic ingredient in your organic beauty products)
- Barium Sodium Niobate AKA Banana
- Budeyko approximation
- Clogston cable
- Calcium in nature – at least be in the article!
- Cosmic Call 1 (1999)
- Coherent superposition - relationship to lenseless laser focusing
- Complete breathing – abdominal, costal and clavicular breathing
- Conoscopic Holography – the optical interference effect produced by doubly refracting crystals illuminated with convergent polarised light rays
- Core saturation calculation – how to calculate the amount of saturated fluids in a core sample
- Critical cues
- Degree of Compression – thermodynamics principle in chemistry
- Depletion attraction
- Diode Laser Spectroscopy – I would like to see/help write an article stub
- Dirac point – phase coherent electronic transport at the Dirac point
- Excited State Absorption (ESA) – an optical phenomenon
- Exciton Blocking Layer (EBL) – used in organic photovoltaic devices
- Fortrat diagram – an important plot in molecular spectroscopy
- Friederichs model – referring to a particular regime of dynamics in microscopic theory of irreversible processes
- G-Jitter – subtopic microgravity; a vibration which is common to all large orbiting spacecraft
- Gauge variable – does this refer to the work of Gerardus 't Hooft or something more general?
- Gauss dynamics
- Goldberger Treiman relation – a well-known relation in nuclear physics and particle physics
- Grinberg-Zylberbaum experiment – 
- Hele-Shaw cell
- Heterotrophic absorber
- Instrument science – The design and engineering of scientific instruments
- Inward Expansion
- Keplerate - a structure containing both Platonic and Archimedean solids, one inside the other (not a Kepler solid)
- Korean units of measurement
- Langmuir-Kinshelwood Kinetics
- Liganding Atoms - discussed at  related to Non-bonded Interactions
- light-profile - astronomy, used in Elliptical galaxy
- Lomelosia-prolifera - natural science, flora, needs article and picture. number 1457 Lomelosia prolifera of Dipsacaceae+ info source: http://flora.org.il/en/plants/LOMPRO/ suggested and requested by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 06:48, 17 March 2017 (UTC)
- Low multipole anomaly - of power spectrum of cosmic background radiation or CMB
- Luciano S. Méndez - Elizabeth Ann Rauscher, regarding her article on Consciousness and the New Physics (her site)
- Lunar fluorescence
- magnetic viscosity - 
- mcl - Unit of measure used in medicine. Does it stand for "milli-centiliter"; that is, does it equal 1/100,000 L?
- Marc Linn - Health teacher
- Model Hamiltonian
alchemy survival guide
- Nebraska ice aka Two dimensional bilayer ice I 
- Negative dimensions
- Neutronization – combination of electrons and protons into neutrons, especially regards to NS formation
- Nuclear hyperpolarization
- Nuclear magnetic resonance gyroscope
- Network covalent solid
- Optical relay
- Optical syrup
- Optical transducer
- Photoluminescence quenching – a method of preventing newly created excitons from recombining and re-emitting a photon
- Photon deflection
- Polydimethylsiloxane linear polymer
- Post absorptive state – body's use of stored nutrients as energy
- Projection postulate – Lüders-Von Neuman
- Quantum polarization shift communications
- Radiofrequency quadrapole accelerator
- Regioregular – what does the word mean and in what contexts is it used
- Rheometric scientific
- Rouse model for polymer chains
- Sakata Model
- SEMTech Solutions Inc. – 
- Solar laser
- Spin alignment echo (SAE) – technique in solid state NMR (maybe as in (Hafner et al., Meas. Sci Tech., 1991))
- Spin gap
- Strutt-Ince Stability Diagram (also known as Strutt-Ince Stability Chart) 
- Surface Brillouin zone
- Surface tension of ice
- Symmetric fission
- Thermovoltaic cells
- Titanium dating methods
- Varicose wave
- Vector electromagnetics at the focus of high numerical aperture optical systems
- Vibrational echo
- Visual object recognition
- Vladislav Krayevsky
- Water expander trick
- Willard water (also known as Catalyst altered water) – associated with John W. Willard
Scientists and people in science
- Men in science - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Men_in_science see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_in_science
- Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation (Sister organization of American Scientific Affiliation."The Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation (CSCA) is a fellowship of scientists and those interested in science, who want to understand how science should best interact with the life-giving Christian tradition." )
- Binjacka - zaboravljeni potok
- James Steven Bullock - 
- Keivin Burns – 
- Duvone Dale - NASA; 
- Franjo Dominko - See sl:Franjo Dominko
- Jean Gay
- Zain Gillani
- Ronald G. Giovanelli - Australia
- W. Miller Goss - noted radio astronomer specializing in studies of the interstellar medium and the history of radio astronomy. Former director of the Very Large Array and the Very Long Baseline Array, long-time advocate for women in astronomy, author of Making Waves: the Story of Ruby Payne-Scott .
- Kathryn Gray - youngest person to discover a supernova
- Eric Greisen - staff scientist at NRAO , developer of the Astronomical Image Processing System (AIPS) , co-author of FITS , 2005 recipient of the AAS George Van Biesbroeck Prize .
- Michael G. Hauser
- Cyril Hazard
- Martin Horky Czech opponent of Galileo in 1610
- Peter Jalowiczor - amateur astronomer who discovered four exoplanets with his home computer ; HD 31253 b, HD 218566 b, HD 177830 c and HD 99492 c
- Muraoka Kenji
- Savvas Michael Koushiappas - creationist cosmology
- Paul Kustaanheimo - 
- Ralph Lorenz - 
- Duncan Lorimer
- Stephen Maran
- Galianni Pasquale
- Damian Peach
- Frans Pretorius
- Pavla Ranzinger
- Darren Reed (astronomer) - computational cosmology (Darren Reed already used for baseballer)
- William Richardson (astronomer) – Gold medalist, RAS.
- Jorge Sahade - 
- John M. Scalo
- Qutb eddin Shirazi
- Steinn Sigurdsson
- Bruce Slee
- Larry Soderblom - NASA/JPL imaging scientist on Voyager, Pathfinder, etc.
- Jacqueline van Gorkom -- Professor and former department chair at Columbia University , world leader in interferometric HI (neutral hydrogen) observations of galaxies, 2016 Jansky Lecturer .
- Andrew Ronald Zentner
- James McCanney (Astronomer) - http://www.jmccanneyscience.com/
Lunar crater eponyms
- Maurice Darney – French astronomer.
- Ernest Debes – German cartographer.
- Georg Samuel Doerfel – German theologist and amateur astronomer.
- Ferdinand Ellerman – American solar astronomer.
- Georges Furner – French Jesuit professor of mathematics in Paris, c. 1643
- Nicholas Erasmus Golovin – Russian-American physicist and gov. official.
- Wladimír Wáclav Heinrich – Czech astronomer.
- Lê Nguyên V– possible hoax: no such crater
- Tim Rawding– possible hoax: no such crater
- Augustine Riccius – Renaissance Astronomer possibly born in Germany.
- Giovanni Antonio Rocca
- Joel Shamel Alexander Rogers– possible hoax: no such crater
- Georg Schomberger (1597-1645) - Austrian Jesuit mathematician and astronomer. Student of Christoph Scheiner; instructor of Jan Mikołaj Smogulecki. Author of Sol illustratus et propugnatus and Demonstratio et Constructio Horologiorum Novorum
- Heinrich Schlüter – German astronomer.
- Herbert Schneller - German astronomer; variable star observer
- Nikolaj Ivanovich Tikhomirov
- Vitol'd Karlovic Tseraskiy - (Ceraski)
- Nikolaj Yakovlevich Tsinger - (Zinger)
- Mikhail Anatol'evich Vil'ev
- Kiragu Wachira - possible hoax: no such crater
- Zachariah Walker – possible hoax: Walker crater is named for Joseph A. Walker
- Georgiy Sergeevich Zhiritskiy
See the NASA Lunar Atlas for crater nomenclature.
- Zeynab Asadi
- Roger G. Barry - long-time director, National Snow and Ice Data Center (gscholar)
- Alberto Behar (born 1967) - NASA earth scientist and professor at Arizona State University
- Anton Brants (or Antoni Brants) - 19th century Dutch zoologist - article on French Wikipedia: fr:Anton Brants
- Peter A. Burrough (1944–2009) - British soil scientist, author of the first widely used GIS textbook, Principles of Geographical Information Systems for Land Resource Assessment 
- Lung Sang Chan - Earth Scientist; Professor at the University of Hong Kongal
- Halka Chronic - Geologist and Author of Roadside Geology books for Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona; and three Pages of Stone books about the geology of the western national parks and monuments. ()
- Ian Eisenman - Climate scientist. Professor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (University of California, San Diego) and inaugural holder of Jerome Namias Chair. AGU Cryosphere Young Investigator Award, 2012 winner. (AGU News, EGU News, Scripps News, CS Monitor, Nature News, Science News, NBC News, university profile, CV)
- Richard G. Gordon - Geophysicist; winner of the Arthur L. Day Medal
- David Karl (David M. Karl, David Michael Karl) - American oceanographer, Balzan Prize recipient (in 2015) and member of the NAS; 
- Brian Kennett - seismologist, recipient of numerous awards (Murchison Medal (2006), Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (2008), Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture (2011), fellow of the Australian Academy of Science (1994) and the Royal Society (2005) etc.)  gscholar
- Sir Anthony Laughton (Anthony Seymour Laughton) - oceanographer ; Wikidata: Anthony Seymour Laughton (Q21165246)
- Glen MacDonald (Glen M. MacDonald) - paleoecologist and biogeographer (gscholar)
- Edward L. Miles - expert on marine policy, one of the first African-American members of the NAS;  
- Phillip A. Murry - American paleontologist
- Donna O'Meara (Volcano researcher and author, subject of multiple Nat Geo documentaries) (Amazon author page) (a Nat Geo article) (Scholastic author page) (interview with a newspaper) (Twitter feed)
- György Pantó - Geochemical scientist hu:Pantó György
- Gordon de Quetteville Robin (Gordon de Q. Robin) - glaciologist; long-time director, Scott Polar Research Institute 
- Mark Thiemens - American geophysics and cosmochemist. Dean, Division of Physical Sciences, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, and Chancellor's Associates Chair, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, San Diego National Academy of Science Member UC San Diego personal page  
- Compton J. Tucker - NASA earth scientist, pioneer in the use of satellite crop monitoring (gscholar)
- Desmond Walling (Desmond E. Walling) (born 1945) - British hydrologist and fluvial geomorphologist faculty page gscholar
- Donald U. Wise - structural geologist and planetary geologist; Professor Emeritus of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts at Amherst; Career Co ntribution Award from the Geological Society of America in 2001.  
- Aaron T. Wolf - hydrologist and expert on transboundary water conflict management; Heinz Award recipient in 2015 faculty page 
- Shang-Ping Xie - Climate scientist. Professor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (University of California, San Diego) and inaugural holder of Roger Revelle Chair. Highly cited researcher 2014, Thomson Reuters. (San Diego Union Tribune, Scripps News, BBC News, The Economist, USA Today, university profile, CV)
- Mahdi Zare
- Vilen Andreyevich Zharikov - geologist
- Please check Wikipedia:Requested articles/Biography if you're not sure your scientist is a natural scientist.
- Peter M. Visscher - Professor and Chair of Quantitative Genetics at the University of Queensland. Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science. https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=PWOitw0AAAAJ&hl=en&oi=sra https://genepi.qimr.edu.au/staff/?staffusername=peterV http://www.qbi.uq.edu.au/group-leader-visscher
- Nathan Martinez - Neurolinguistics, Paleoanthropology and experimental archaeology.
- Emily Dawn Calandrelli - Host and Co-Producer of Xploration Outer Space. WVU and MIT graduate.
- John Warltire - 1725-1810 Lecturer in Natural Philosophy. Member of Lunar Society . Author of numerous books on Natural and Experimental philosophy. Subject of Painting - "Experiment on a bird in the air pump". Colleague of Erasmus Darwin and Benjamin Franklin.
- Jose Roberto Trujillo – PhD in neurology and molecular virology from Harvard. Founder and CEO of Trubios LLC, a US-based biotechnology services company focused on the Latin American region offering customized clinical research, commercialization, and venture capital solutions. Also, president and founder of The Medical Sciences Foundation on behalf of the Americas, a young non-profit organization created to promote medical sciences and general health education in Latin America and the Caribbean Basin.   
- William Baker Fahnestock – Nineteenth century scientist. Known for publications on mesmerism.
- Ninian Marshall – Scientist that tried to explain the biologic interation of the natural move of the matter to their next resonating state and the Clairvoyance of people who has the power to see the future.
- Norris Alderson - Associate Commissioner of Science, FDA
- Nassim Haramein - Creator of holofractographic theory
- Carl Disch - 
- Sandro Percario - [Graduated in Biological Sciences - Medical Modality by Escola Paulista de Medicina (1989), masters in Morphology from the Federal University of Sao Paulo - Brazil (1995), developed the experimental part of the study at Saint Michael's Hospital of the University of Toronto - Canada. Has a PhD in Sciences from the Federal University of Sao Paulo (2000). Obtained the title of Full Professor of Sciences (DSc) from the Faculty of Medicine of São José do Rio Preto - Brazil (2009). Currently performs Post-Doctoral training at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Atlanta-USA), studying oxidative changes in vectors of malaria. Former Associate Professor of Vascular Surgery at the Federal University of Sao Paulo from 2000 to 2004. Currently Full Professor of the Institute of Biological Sciences- ICB of the Federal University of Para – UFPA, Brazil. Advisor of Masters and Theses in the Post-Graduation Program of Biology of Infectious and Parasitic Agents of ICB/UFPA, which he is a former Coordinator. Coordinates the Oxidative Stress Research Lab of ICB/UFPA. Experienced in Biochemistry, with emphasis on Oxidative Biochemistry, working mainly on the following topics: free radicals, oxidative stress, antioxidants, malondialdehyde, nitric oxide, atherosclerosis and malaria. Published more than 60 full-text articles in scientific journals and more than 130 communications in annals of scientific events, so far.]
- Glenn Alan Gaesser - a professor of University of Virginia who specialises in exercise physiology and director of the kinesiology program in the Curry School of Education and writes several books about dieting and obesity
- Giacchino Giuliani - seismologist who predicted the L'Aquila earthquake but was told by Italian gov. to stop warning people
- Vadim N. Gladyshev - biochemist (Ph.D.), Professor, Director of the Redox Biology Center, University of Nebraska–Lincoln; outstanding achievements in research and discovery in the experimental biochemistry, computational biology and biomedical redox biology; contribution to the understanding of genetic organization; presented with the ORCA Award
- Dr. Pawan Kumar Bharti - Environmental scientist, Antarctician, Writer, Poet, editor
- Steven Phillipson - licensed clinical psychologist (Ph.D.) in New York City, world renowned for his treatment of OCD, especially Pure-O
- Bernard Wood (paleoanthropologist) - Bernard Wood is article on British geophysicist
- Katsuyuki Ooyama - (1929-2006) Japanese American meteorologist 
- Paul Manger – neuroscientist
- Zoltan Molnar – neuroscientist
- Xu Liu – neuroscientist 
- Dr. Muhammad Moghaddam Vahed - Iranian scientist in Plant Breeding
- Farengar Secret-Fire - Court wizard of Jarl Balgruuf the Greater
- Phillip W. Signor - Co-proposer of the Signor–Lipps effect and former professor at UC Davis. Works by or about Phillip W. Signor in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
- Genrikh Mavrikiyevich Ludvig - philosopher , a scholar of ancient languages,  and