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The KADoNiS (Karlsruhe Astrophysical Database of Nucleosynthesis in Stars) project is an online database for cross sections relevant for s-process and the p-process nucleosynthesis. Recently, the p-process part of the KADoNiS database has been extended, and now includes almost all available experimental data from reactions in or close to the respective Gamow window
The following databases are maintained at IAA-ULB: Nuclear Database (BRUSLIB - A collection of nuclear data (masses, fission barriers, E1 strength functions, nuclear level densities, partition functions, reaction rates) of interest for nuclear astrophysics, stellar evolution and nucleosynthesis), Nuclear Network Generator NetGen (A tool for generating nuclear-reaction rates on user-defined networks), NACRE II (An update of the Nuclear Astrophysics Compilation of Reaction Rates (NACRE) including the evaluation of 34 reactions on stable targets with mass numbers A<16), The Ninth Catalogue of Orbits of Spectroscopic Binaries (SB9), The Henize sample of S stars, The radial-velocity monitoring of barium and S stars, Molecular linelist (Molecular linelists for stellar spectra), and Stellar models (Pre-main-sequence and super-AGB phases).
N U C A S T R O D A T A . O R G is your WWW resource for utilizing nuclear information in studies of astrophysical systems. This site hyperlinks all online nuclear astrophysics datasets, hosts the Computational Infrastructure for Nuclear Astrophysics, and provides a mechnanism for researchers to share files online. We created the first online "cloud computing" system for nuclear astrophysics, a virtual pipeline that enables results from the nuclear laboratory to be rapidly incorporated into astrophysical simulations. This system, the Computational Infrastructure for Nuclear Astrophysics or CINA, came online at