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Extragalactic radio sources Symposium no. 97

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Published by Sold and distributed in the U.S.A. and Canada, Kluwer Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Congresses,
  • Galaxies,
  • Radio sources (Astronomy)

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages490
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9095991M
ISBN 109027713855
ISBN 109789027713858

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Changes in the HI Absorption Line Spectrum of AO + Theoretical Models to Explain the Variable 21 cm Absorption Spectrum in AO + Variable Radio Sources.- Interstellar Scintillations as A Tool for Investigations of Hyperfine Structure in Extragalactic Radio Sources.- Radio Flux Flicker of Extragalactic Sources In The Physics of Extragalactic Radio Sources, David De Young provides a clearly written overview of what is currently known about these objects. A unique feature of the book is De Young's emphasis on the physical processes associated with extragalactic radio sources: their evolution, their environment, and their use as probes to solve other 4/5(1). On the th anniversary of Marconi's successful experiment on radio broadcasting, astronomers from all over the world met in Bologna (Italy) for five days, to update their knowledge of the physics and statistical properties of powerful extragalactic radio . IAU Sympos Extragalactic Radio Sources, was held at Albuquerque, New Mexico August , It was co-sponsored by IAU Commissi 40, 47 and 48 and by URSI Commission J. Financial and organizational support were provided by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, the University of New Mexico, and the National Science Foundation.

On the th anniversary of Marconi's successful experiment on radio broadcasting, astronomers from all over the world met in Bologna (Italy) for five days, to update their knowledge of the physics and statistical properties of powerful extragalactic radio sources. Interstellar Scintillations as A Tool for Investigations of Hyperfine Structure in Extragalactic Radio Sources.- Radio Flux Flicker of Extragalactic Sources.- Broadband Studies of Compact Sources.- Polarization Variability of Some Compact Radio Sources.- Cm-Wavelength Fluxes and Polarizations of Compact Extra-Galactic X-Ray Sources.- Rotating. Extragalactic radio sources are among the most unusual and spectacular objects in the universe, with sizes in excess of millions of light years, radiated energies over ten times those of normal galaxies, and a unique morphology. They reveal some of the most dramatic physical events ever seen and provide essential clues to the basic evolutionary tracks followed by all galaxies and . Radio Emission from Galactic and Extragalactic Radio Sources Proceedings of IAU Colloquium held in Socorro, New Mexico, USA, April ASP Conference Series, Vol. ().Orders must be placed directly with the ASP, e.g. by using their order form. Edited by J. Anton Zensus, G. B. Taylor, J. M. Wrobel.

A unique feature of the book is De Young's emphasis on the physical processes associated with extragalactic radio sources: their evolution, their environment, and their use as probes to solve other astrophysical problems. ADS Classic is now deprecated. It will be completely retired in October Please redirect your searches to the new ADS modern form or the classic info can be found on our blog. The existence of jets emanating from the central sources of radio galaxies and quasars was perhaps the most important discovery for our understanding of the nature of active galactic nuclei. These proceedings present reviews and research papers on extragalactic radio sources. The book begins with a discussion of the phenomenology and models of radio sources. The main Cited by: A classification of powerful extragalactic radio sources based on these surveys has revealed that ~10% of the objects are "compact symmetric objects" (CSOs) of an overall size.