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E-2C Hawkeye
EA-6B Prowler
Eagle Nebula (IC 4703)
ear
ear canal
ear ossicles
eardrum
Earhart, Amelia (1897–1937)
Early Bird
early warning (EW) satellites
early-type galaxy
early-type star
Earth
Earth, atmosphere
Earth, early history
Earth, oceans
Earth impact craters
Earth observation satellite
Earth probes
Earth Received Time (ERT)
Earth resources satellites
Earth Similarity Index (ESI)
Earth station
Earth-class planet
Earth-crossing asteroid
Earth-grazer
earthlights
Earth-orbit rendezvous
earthquake
Earthshapes
earthshine
Earth-stabilized satellites
East Pacific Rise
Eastern Space and Missile Center (ESMC)
Eastern Test Range (ETR)
EASTEX
Eastman, George (1854–1932)
ebola
eccentric (machinery)
eccentric jovians
eccentric orbit
eccentricity
Eccles, John Carew (1903–1997)
eccrine gland
ecdysone
echelle grating
echelle spectrograph
echinoderm
Echiuroidea
echo
Echo balloons
echo sounder
echocardiogram
echolocation
EchoStar
eclampsia
E-class asteroid
eclipse
eclipse season
ECLIPSES
eclipsing binary
ecliptic
ecliptic coordinates
eclogite
ecological system
ECOLOGY
economical number
ecosphere
ecosystem
ecotone
ecotype
ECS (European Space Agency Communications Satellite)
ECS (Experimental Communications Satellite)
ectoderm
ectopic pregnancy
ectoplasm
ectotherms
eczema
Eddington, Arthur Stanley (1882–1944)
Eddington (space telescope)
Eddington limit
Eddington number
eddy current
Edelman, Gerald Maurice (1929–)
Edelson, Robert E.
edema
edentate
edge
edge of chaos
Ediacaran period
Edison, Thomas Alva (1847–1931)
Edison effect
EDTA
Edwards Air Force Base
EELV (Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle)
effective exhaust velocity
effective nuclear charge
effective radius
effector
Effelsberg Radio Observatory
efferent
efficiency of a machine
efflorescence
effusive eruption
Efir
egg
Egg Nebula (CRL 2688)
EGNOS (European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service)
egress
Egryn Lights
EGS (Experimental Geodetic Satellite)
Egyptian astronomy
Egyptian fraction
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
Ehman, Jerry
Ehrenburg, Christian Gottfried (1795–1876)
Ehricke, Krafft Arnold (1917–1984)
Ehrlich, Paul (1854–1915)
Eichler, August Wilhelm (1839–1887)
eidetic image
Eiffel, Alexandre Gustave (1832–1923)
Eigen, Manfred
eigenvalue
eight
eight curve
Eight-burst Nebula (NGC 3132)
Einstein, Albert (1879–1955)
Einstein and the photoelectric effect
Einstein Cross (G2237+030)
Einstein Observatory
Einstein problem
Einstein ring
einsteinium
Einstein-Rosen bridge
Einstein's annus mirabilis
Einthoven, Willem (1860–1927)
Eisele, Donn F. (1930–1987)
Eiseley, Loren Corey (1907–1977)
Eisenhower, Dwight D. (1890–1969)
ejecta
ejecta blanket
ejection capsule
Ekran
Ekspress
El Niño
Elara
elastic collision
elastic limit
elasticity
elastin
elastomer
elbow
ELDO (European Launcher Development Organisation)
electric arc
electric bell
electric current
electric displacement
electric field
electric flux
electric furnace
electric light
electric motor
electric polarization
electric potential
electric propulsion
electric switch
electrical cell
electrical circuit
electrical conductance
electrical conductivity
electrical conductor
electrical engineering
electrical insulator
electrical resistance
electric-arc process
electricity
electricity, history of
ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM
electrocardiogram
electrochemical series
electrochemistry
electrocution
electrode
electrode potential
electrodynamics
electroencephalograph
electroforming
electroluminescence
electrolysis
electrolyte
electromagnet
electromagnetic field
electromagnetic induction
electromagnetic propulsion
electromagnetic radiation
electromagnetic spectrum
electromagnetic wave
electromagnetism
electrometer
electrometallurgy
electromotive force
electromyogram
electron
electron affinity
electron bombardment thruster
electron configuration
electron degenerate matter
electron emission
electronic mail (e-mail)
electron microscope
electron spin resonance
electron temperature
electron transition
electron transport system
electron tube
electron volt
electronegativity
electronic filter
electronics
ELECTRONICS AND SEMICONDUCTORS
electro-osmosis
electrophile
electrophoresis
electrophorus
electroplating
electroscope, gold-leaf
electrostatic propulsion
electrostatics
electrothermal propulsion
electroweak force
electrum
Elektron
element, chemical
element, orbital
elementary function
elementary particle
elements, biological abundance
elements, cosmic abundance
elements, terrestrial abundance
Elenin, Comet (C/2010 X1)
elephantiasis
Elephant's Trunk Nebula
elevator (airplane)
elevator (building)
eleven
elevon
elimination
ELINT (electromagnetic intelligence)
Ellerman bomb
ellipse
ellipsoid
ellipsoidal joint
ellipsoidal variable
elliptic ascent
elliptic curve
elliptic function
elliptical galaxy
elliptical geometry
ellipticity
Elodie
elongation
elsewhere
Eltanin (Gamma Draconis)
Elysium Planitia
elytron
embedded computer
embedding
embolism
embossing
embryo
embryology
embryonic disk
embryonic stem cell
embryophyte
emerald
emergence
emery
emetic
Emilie
emirp
emission
emission line
emission nebula
emission spectrum
empath
Empedocles (c.490–430 BC)
emphysema
empiricism
empty set
emulation
En Henduanna (fl.2350 BC)
enantiomers
enantiomers, bias in terrestrial life
enantiomorph
Enceladus
Enceladus, life on
encephalitis
Encke, Johann Franz (1791–1865)
Encke's Comet
Encounter 2001 Message
encounter hypothesis
Endeavour
endocarditis
endocardium
endocrine glands
endocrine system
endocytosis
endoderm
endoliths
endometrial cancer
endometrium
endoplasmic reticulum
endorphin
endoscopes and endoscopy
endoskeleton
endosperm
endosymbiotic theory
endothelial cell
endothelium
Energia
Energia Rocket & Space Corporation (RSC Energia)
energy
energy density
energy level
energy-based life
engine
engineering
ENGINEERS AND INVENTORS
engraving
Enif (Epsilon Pegasi)
Enlightenment, The
enormous theorem
Ensisheim meteorite
enstatite
entanglement
enteritis
Enterprise (space shuttle)
Enterprise (Star Trek starship)
enthalpy
entomology
Entoprocta
entrainment
entrance pupil
entropy
entry
envelope
environmental engine
environmental space chamber
Envisat
enzymes
EO (Earth Observing) satellites
Eocene
EORSAT (ELINT Ocean Reconnaissance Satellite)
EOS (Earth Observing System)
Eos family
eosinophil
Ep galaxy
ephedrine
ephemeral region (EFR)
ephemeris
epicenter
Epicurus (341–270 BC)
epicycle
epicycloid
epidemic
epidemics, from space
epidemiology
epidermis
epidote
epidural anesthesia
epigenesis
epiglottic cartilage
epiglottis
epilepsy
epilimnion
Epimetheus
epiphysis
epiphyte
epistellar jovians
epistemology
epithelial
epithelium
epitrochoid
epoch
EPORN
epoxide
epoxy resin
EPROM (erasable programmable read only memory)
Epsilon Aurigae
Epsilon Eridani
Epsilon Indi
Epsilon Lyrae
Epstein-Barr virus
equality
equation
equation of light
equation of the center
equation of state
equation of time
equator
equatorial bulge
equatorial coordinates
equatorial mounting
equatorial orbit
Equator-S
equichordal point
equilateral
equilibrium
equilibrium, chemical
equilibrium constant
equilibrium sense
equinox
equipotential surface
equivalence
equivalence principle
equivalent dose
equivalent numbers
equivalent weight
equivalent width
Equuleus (constellation)
ER Ursae Majoris star
era
Erasistratus (3rd century BC)
Eratosthenes of Cyrene (c.276–c.195 BC)
ERBE (Earth Radiation Budget Experiment)
erbium
ERBS (Earth Radiation Budget Satellite)
Erdös, Paul (1913–1996)
erg
ergodic
ergosphere
ergosterol
Eriscsson, John (1803–1889)
40 Eridani
Eridanus (constellation)
Eris (minor planet 136199)
Erlanger, Joseph (1874–1965)
Eros (minor planet 433)
EROS (Experience pour la Recherche d'Objet Sombres)
erosion
ERS (Earth Resources Satellite)
ERS (Environmental Research Satellite)
eruptive variable
erysipelas
erythema
erythrocyte
ESA
Esaki, Leo (1925–)
escalator
escape energy
escape tower
escape trajectory
escape velocity
escape-velocity orbit
escarpment
Escher, M(aurits) C(ornelius) (1898–1972)
Escherichia coli
escribed circle
esker
Eskimo Nebula (NGC 2392)
Esnault-Pelterie, Robert (1881-1957)
ESO
ESO Coudé Échelle Spectrometer
ESOC (European Space Operations Center)
esophagus
Esrange
ESRIN
ESRO (European Space Research Organisation)
ESSA (Environmental Science Services Administration)
essence
essential amino acid
essential element
essential oil
ESSP (Earth System Science Pathfinder)
ESTEC (European Space Research and Technology Centre)
ester
estrogen
estuary
ET
ET: the Extraterrestrial
Eta Aquilae
Eta Carinae
Eta Carinae Nebula (NGC 3372)
Etalon
etching
Eternity puzzle
ETH
ethanal
ethane
ethanoate
ethanoic acid
ethanol
ethene
ethers
ethmoid bone
ethology
ethyl compounds
ethylene glycol
ETI
ETS (Engineering Test Satellite)
eubacteria
eucrite
Euclid
Euclidean geometry
Euclid's postulates
Eudemus of Rhodes (4th century BC)
Eudoxus of Cnidus (c.400–c.347 BC)
Eugenia (minor planet 45)
eugenics
Euglena
eukaryote
eukaryotic
eukaryotic cell
Euler, Leonhard (1707–1783)
Euler characteristic
Euler circuit
Euler diagram
Euler line
Euler path
Euler square
Euler-Mascheroni constant
Euler's conjecture
Euler's formula
Euler's formula for polyhedra
Eumetsat (European Meteorological Satellite Organization)
Eunomia Family (of asteroids)
euphotic zone
Europa
Europa (minor planet 52)
Europa, future probes
Europa, life on
Europa, ocean on
Europa Orbiter
Europa Vostok Initiative
European Northern Observatory (ENO)
European Southern Observatory (ESO)
European Space Agency (ESA)
europium
Eurospace
Eustachian tube
Eustachio, Bartolomeo (1524–1574)
Eutelsat
Eutheria
eutrophication
EUV
EUVE (Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer)
Evans, Ronald E. (1933–1990)
evaporation
evaporite
evapotranspiration
even function
event
event horizon
event monitor
Everett-Wheeler interpretation, of quantum mechanics
evergreen
Evershed effect
evolute
evolution
evolutionary theory and extraterrestrial life
Ewing, James Alfred (1855–1935)
Ewing's sarcoma
Excelsior, Project
excessive blood clotting
excitation
excited state
excluded middle law
excretion
excretory system
exfoliation
exhaust nozzle
exhaust stream
exhaust velocity
existence
exit pupil
exobiology
exocrine glands
exocytosis
ExoMars
exon
expiration
exoplanets
explosives
Exosat
exoskeleton
exosphere
exotic matter
expansion
expansion of liquids
expansion ratio
expendable launch vehicle
EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT
Exploration of Neighboring Planetary Systems (ExNPS)
Explorer
explosive bolt
exponent
exponential
exponential series
EXPORT
exposure age
extended source
extended wear contact lenses
extensor
exterior angle
external carotid artery
external female genitalia
external jugular vein
external oblique muscle
extinction, biological
extinction, interstellar
extraction
extragalactic background light (EBL)
extragalactic reference frame
extrasensory perception
Extrasolar Planet Foundation
Extrasolar Planet Observational Research Team (EXPORT)
extrasolar planets
extrasolar planets, detection
extrasolar planets, searches
EXTRASOLAR PLANETS AND SUBSTELLAR OBJECTS
extraterrestrial
EXTRATERRESTRIAL AND NON-HUMAN INTELLIGENCE
extraterrestrial civilizations, ancient
extraterrestrial civilizations, hazards to
extraterrestrial civilizations, lifetime
extraterrestrial civilizations, types
extraterrestrial hypothesis (ETH)
extraterrestrial intelligence, character
extraterrestrial intelligence, forms
extraterrestrial intelligence, implications following first contact
extraterrestrial intelligence, likelihood
extraterrestrial intelligence, more advanced than us
extraterrestrial intelligence, procedures following first contact
extraterrestrial life, detection
extraterrestrial life, likelihood
extraterrestrial life, variety
extraterrestrial probe
extravehicular activity (EVA)
extreme horizontal branch star (EHB star)
extreme Population I star
Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer (EUVE)
extremely large telescope
extremophile
EXTREMOPHILES
extremum
extrinsic variable
extrusion
extrusive
eye
eye relief
eyebrow
eyelid
eyepiece
eyepoint
Eyes, The (NGC 4435 and 4438)
eyespot
EZ Rocket