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High-Energy Astrophysics

American and Soviet Perspectives/Proceedings from the U.S.-U.S.S.R. Workshop on High-Energy Astrophysics (1991)
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During the past decade, the field of astrophysics has progressed at an impressive rate. This was reflected by the topics discussed at the workshop from which this book eminated. These topics include the inflationary universe; the large-scale structure of the universe; the diffuse X-ray background; gravitational lenses, quasars and active galactic nuclei; infrared galaxies; results from infrared astronomical satellites; supernova 1987A; millisecond radio pulsars; quasi-periodic oscillations in the X-ray flux of low-mass X-ray binaries; and gamma-ray bursts.

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National Academy of Sciences. 1991. High-Energy Astrophysics: American and Soviet Perspectives/Proceedings from the U.S.-U.S.S.R. Workshop on High-Energy Astrophysics. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.https://doi.org/10.17226/1851.

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424 pages |6 x 9
Paperback
ISBN: 978-0-309-04334-2
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17226/1851
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FRONT MATTER i-viii
INSTABILITIES IN SN1987A AND OTHER SUPERNOVAE 1-8
ON THE EVOLUTION OF PULSARS 9-13
THE SPIN DOWN OF THE RADIO PULSARS BRAKING INDEX 14-18
AXIALLY SYMMETRICAL SUPERNOVA REMNANTS 19-27
NEUTRON STARQUAKE MODEL FOR GAMMA-RAY BURSTS 28-38
THE SHOCK BREAKOUT IN SN1987A MODELLED WITH THE TIME-DEPENDENT RADIATIVE TRANSFER 39-45
MANIFESTATIONS OF DYNAMO DRIVEN LARGE-SCALE MAGNETIC FIELD IN ACCRETION DISKS OF COMPACT OBJECTS 46-54
TURBULIZATION OF SHEAR FLOWS IN ASTROPHYSICS 55-64
REGULAR VARIABILITY OF THE SHAPE OF THE PRIMARY MINIMUM OF THE ORBITAL LIGHT CURVE OF SS 433 WITH THE PHASE OF THE PRECESSIONAL PERIOD 65-67
CHAOTIC INFLATIONARY UNIVERSE AND THE ANISOTROPY OF THE LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURE 68-76
THE CYCLOTRON ABSORPTION LINE AND ECLIPSE TRANSITION PHENOMENA OF 4U 1538-52 77-86
RADIO TELESCOPES AS THE DETECTORS OF SUPER HIGH-ENERGY NEUTRIONS 87-90
OPTICAL OBSERVATIONS OF ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI 91-107
ON TWO-DIMENSIONAL RELATIVISTIC STELLAR WINDS 108-111
CLUSTER RESEARCH WITH X-RAY OBSERVATIONS 112-133
OBSERVATIONS OS X-RAY PULSARS FROM THE KVANT MODULE 134-143
GENERATION OF ULTRAHIGH-ENERGY GAMMA-RAYS IN ACCRETING X-RAY PULSARS 144-152
CAN A MAN-MADE UNIVERSE BE ACHIEVED BY QUANTUM TUNNELING WITHOUT AN INITIAL SINGULARITY? 153-173
ON THE ORIGIN OF THE DIFFUSE X-RAY BACKGROUND 174-191
GRAVITATIONAL LENSES: THE CURRENT SAMPLE, RECENT RESULTS, AND CONTINUING SEARCHES 192-203
COSMIC GAMMA-RAY BURSTS 204-217
GEORGIAN SPACE RESEARCH PROGRAM 218-224
ON THE NATURE OF PULSAR RADIATION 225-236
OBSERVING SN 1987A WITH THE INTERNATIONAL ULTRAVIOLET EXPLORER 237-250
QUASI-PERIODIC OSCILLATIONS IN LOW-MASS X-RAY BINARIES 251-260
THE EVOLUTION OF THE GRAVITATIONAL RADIATION FROM STELLAR COMPONENTS OF GALAXIES 261-269
CLOSE BINARY STARS IN GLOBULAR CLUSTERS 270-284
THE LARGE-SCALE SURFACE BRIGHTNESS DISTRIBUTION OF THE X-RAY BACKGROUND 285-296
X-RAY EMISSION FROM ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI 297-306
ON THE OBSERVATIONAL APPEARANCES OF A FREELY PRECESSING NEUTRON STAR IN . . . 307-315
THE PSR 2127+12 AS AN INDICATOR OF A MASSIVE BLACK HOLE IN THE CORE OF GLOBULAR CLUSTER M 15 316-321
THE FORMATION AND EVOLUTION OF DOMAIN WALLS 322-328
A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF GAMMA-RAY BURSTS DETECTED BY THE KONUS EXPERIMENT ON VENERA 11 and 12 329-335
EXTRAGALACTIC X-RAY SOURCE COUNTS 336-343
ULTRALUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXIES 344-355
THE PECULIAR VELOCITY FIELD PREDICTED FROM THE DISTRIBUTION OF IRAS GALAXIES 356-367
X-RAY RADIATION FROM SUPERNOVA 1987A. THE RESULTS OF THE KVANT MODULE IN 1987-89 368-384
BASIC PHYSICS AND COSMOLOGY FROM PULSAR TIMING DATA 385-393
GAS FLOW AND GENERATION OF X-RAY EMISSION IN WR+OB BINARIES 394-402
HYDRODYNAMIC STUDY OF SUPERNOVA 1987A: THE PHASE OF A WAVE OF COOLING AND RECOMBINATION 403-410
APPENDIX 411-415
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