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Lang K.R. — Astrophysical Formulae: Space, Time, Matter and Cosmology, Vol. 2
Lang K.R. — Astrophysical Formulae: Space, Time, Matter and Cosmology, Vol. 2

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Название: Astrophysical Formulae: Space, Time, Matter and Cosmology, Vol. 2

Автор: Lang K.R.

Аннотация:

his is a definitive reference of 2,100 fundamental formulae used in astronomy and astrophysics. It not only makes accessible all the indispensable equations employed in the field, but also carefully explains the physical assumptions and constants underlying them.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: 3rd edition

Год издания: 1999

Количество страниц: 436

Добавлена в каталог: 05.03.2009

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3C 270, radio galaxy and nuclear disk      214 223
3C 273, quasar      216
3C 273, quasar superluminal motion      219 221
3C 274, radio galaxy Virgo A      210—212 215
3C 279, quasar superluminal motion      219 221
3C 345, quasar superluminal motion      219 221
3C 405, radio galaxy Cygnus A      214
3C 48, quasar      216
47 Tucanae, age      99 100
47 Tucanae, Hertzsprung — Russell diagram      100
61 Cygni, trigonometric parallax      28
A0620-001, black hole      208 209
Aaronson, M.      53 62 292 293 295
Abell catalogue, clusters of galaxies      282
Abell, G.O.      135 138 227 282 284
Aberration      19—22
Aberration, annual      20
Aberration, constant      20
Aberration, declination      20
Aberration, diurnal      20
Aberration, planetary      19
Aberration, right ascension      20
Aberration, stellar      19 20
Abramovici, A.      169 171
Absolute bolometric magnitude      33 34
Absolute bolometric magnitude, Sun      34
Absolute luminosity      30
Absolute luminosity, bolometric magnitude      34
Absolute luminosity, effective temperature      34
Absolute luminosity, elliptical galaxies      55
Absolute luminosity, Galaxy      31 47
Absolute luminosity, stars      37 120 123
Absolute luminosity, Sun      30 31
Absolute luminosity, type Ia supernova      64 65
Absolute luminosity, variable stars      37—42
Absolute magnitude      31
Absolute magnitude, Cepheid variable stars      37—42
Absolute magnitude, elliptical galaxies      55
Absolute magnitude, globular star clusters      50
Absolute magnitude, rotation of spiral galaxies      53 54
Absolute magnitude, RR Lyrae stars      41
Absolute magnitude, spiral galaxies      53 54
Absolute magnitude, stars      39
Absolute magnitude, Sun      32
Absolute magnitude, type Ia supernovae      52 53 63—65
Absorption of starlight      32 33
Absorption, interstellar      32 33
Abundance, deuterium      264—267
Abundance, elements      104
Abundance, helium      257—259
Abundance, lithium      268
Acceleration, gravitational      114
Accretion      193—196
Accretion disks      195 196
Accretion disks, magnetic field      226
Accretion disks, parameters      226 227
Accretion disks, relativisticjets      222 223
Accretion, Eddington limit      193 224
Accretion, instability      218
Accretion, luminosity      193 224
Accretion, maximum rate      193 194
Accretion, quasars      217 218
Accretion, radio galaxies      216 217
Accretion, rate      193 194 225
Accretion, stellar      194 195
Accretion, temperature      225
Accretion, time scale      225
Accretion, variability of galactic nuclei      218
Active galactic nuclei      224
Active galactic nuclei, black holes      218 224
Active galactic nuclei, radio galaxies      214 217 218
Active galactic nuclei, radius      218
Active galactic nuclei, variability      218
Adams, J.C.      79
Adams, W.S.      88 158 185 269
Adelberger, E.G.      115 153 154
Adiabatic density fluctuations      299
Adiabatic fluctuations, radiation temperature of Universe      299
Age, 47 Tucanae      99 100
Age, carbonaceous chondrites      84
Age, cosmological models      109—114
Age, earth      82—84
Age, Einstein — De Sitter Universe      109 110
Age, expanding Universe      107 109—114
Age, galactic disk      93 97
Age, galactic halo      101 102
Age, Galaxy      102—107
Age, globular star clusters      98—102
Age, Hyades star cluster      95 96
Age, inflationary Universe      113
Age, lunar surface      84 85
Age, M13      99
Age, M15      99
Age, M3      99
Age, M5      99
Age, M92      99—101
Age, main-sequence      87 90 93
Age, meteorites      84 85
Age, moon      84 85
Age, oldest globular star clusters      101 102 109
Age, oldest open star clusters      97
Age, oldest stars      101 102 109
Age, Pleiades star cluster      95 96
Age, pulsar      189
Age, recombination      298
Age, solar system      85 102 104
Age, star clusters      94—102
Age, stars      84—102
Age, Sun      86 90
Age, universe      60
Age, Universe and cosmological constant      113
Age, Universe and density parameter      111—113
Age, Universe at recombination      298
Age, Universe at redshift z      303
Age, white dwarf stars      93
Albrecht, A.      235
Alcock, C.      142 143 179
Alfven, H.      215
Allen, C.W.      283
Alpar, M.A.      190 194
Alpha Centauri, distance      28
Alpha Centauri, trigonometric parallax      28
alpha parameter      155—157
Alpher, R.A.      103 250 252 253 256 261 269
Altitude, change by refraction      23
Altitude, maximum      8
Amaral, L.H.      128
Ambartsumian, V.A.      94 216
Ames, A.      228 247 280
Analemmic curve      77
Anders, E.      84 89 259
Anderson, J.      119
Anderson, J.D.      161 163
Anderson, W.      186
Andromeda nebula, Cepheid variable stars      49
Andromeda nebula, distance      48 53 128
Andromeda nebula, mass      127 128
Andromeda nebula, supermassive black hole      211 212
Andromeda nebula, velocity      128
Angel, J.R.R.      185 224
Angle of the vertical      6
Angle, Einstein      179
Angular diameter      68
Angular diameter - redshift relation      68
Angular momentum, black holes      201
Angular size - redshift relation      245 246
Angular size - redshift relation, evolution      246
Angular size distance      68
Angular velocity, black hole      205
Anisotropy, cosmic microwave background radiation      271—273 297—302
Anninos, P.      170
Annual aberration      20
Annual parallax      26
Anomalistic month      72
Anomalistic year      71
Anthony-Twarog, B.J.      97
Antonucci, R.R.J.      224
Aoki, S.      18 80
Apparent bolometric magnitude      33 34
Apparent bolometric magnitude, Sun      34
Apparent brightness      29
Apparent luminosity      29 30
Apparent magnitude      31
Apparent magnitude, Sun      32
Apparent position, Sun      77
Apparent sidereal time      73
Apparent Sun      77
Araki, S.      222
Arcs, gravitational lens      180 181 185
Area, black hole surface      205
Area, event horizon surface      205
Arnaud, K.A.      277
Arnett, W.D.      52 188
Arnould, M.      83
Arp, H.      91 99
Ash, M.E.      26
Aston, F.W.      83 84
Astronomical Almanac      20 21
Astronomical coordinates      7—12
Astronomical coordinates, conversion      13—15
Astronomical latitude      79
Astronomical unit      24 26
Asymptotic giant branch      91
Atmosphere, refraction      22
Atomic time      69
Aubourg, E.      142
Audoin, C.      69
Audouze, J.      139 256 257 264
Autumnal equinox      7 8
Ayres, D.S.      151
B1950.0      18
Baade — Wesselink method      40
Baade, W.      37 40 49 60 62 108 187 211 215
Babcock, A.K.      79 80
Babcock, R.W.      165
Backer, D.C.      168 190
Background radiation, cosmic microwave      269—277
Bagri, D.S.      143
Bahcall, J.N.      128 129 131 143 185 260 304
Bahcall, N.A.      132 133 135 136 140 282 284 291 317
Bailes, M.      167
Bailyn, C.D.      209 228
Baines, K.H.      264
Balbes, M.J.      259
Balick, B.      224
Balona, L.A.      40
Band, D.L.      222
Baneijee, A.      206
Baneiji, S.      206
Bardas, D.      164
Bardeen, J.M.      204 206 222 223 235
Barnes, T.G.      38 40 41
Barnothy, J.      184
Barnothy, M.F.      185
Barth, A.J.      209
Barthel, R D.      219
Bartusiak, M.      137 286
Barycentric coordinate time      70
Barycentric dynamical time      69
Baryon density parameter      139 144 231 250 251 268 269
Baryon mass density      251 268 269
Baryon-to-photon number ratio      251 252 268
Baryonic dark matter      137 139 141—143
Baryonic matter      137 139 141—143 250
Baryonic matter, galaxy formation      312
Basart, J.      215
Baym, G.      188
Becker, W.      40
Beckman, J.E.      46 268
Begelman, M.C.      198 222 224 225 226
Begeman, K.      129
Bekenstein, J.D.      205
Belton, M.J.S.      124
Bender, P.L.      165
Bennett, C.L.      235 273 275 297 300
Benson, J.M.      219
Bergeron, R.      158
Bernardis, P. de      300
Bernstein, J.      262
Bertotti, B.      165
Bertram, D.      135
Bertsch, D.L.      191
Bertschinger, E.      295 307
Bessel, F.W.      28
Besselian date      15
Besselian day numbers      21
Besselian year      71
Beta parameter      155 156 162 165
Bethe, H.A.      103 188 253
Bhattacharya, D.      190 194
Bi, H.      143 261
Biasing parameter      315
Biasing, galaxy formation      315
Bienayme, O.      128
big bang      107
Big bang, cosmology      228—316
Big bang, electron-positron annihilation      254
Big bang, expansion of Universe      59 236 249
Big bang, model of expanding Universe      236 249
Big bang, naked singularity      203
Big bang, neutron-proton ratio      261
Big bang, nucleosynthesis      249—267
Big bang, singularity      203
Big-bang cosmology      228—316
Big-bang nucleosynthesis      249—267
Big-bang nucleosynthesis, helium      261 262
Big-bang nucleosynthesis, light elements      256 257
Bignami, G.F.      191
Binary galaxies, mass      133
Binary galaxies, mass-to-light ratio      133
Binary pulsar      166
Binary pulsar, general relativistic periastron shift      166—168
Binary pulsar, gravitational radiation      168
Binary pulsar, mass      166
Binary pulsar, orbital elements      166 167
Binary pulsar, orbital period change      166—168
Binary pulsar, parameterized post-Keplerian formalism      167 168
Binary pulsar, parameters      166 167
Binary pulsar, periastron shift      166—168
Binary pulsar, relativistic parameters      166—168
Binary pulsar, time dilation parameter      166—168
Binary pulsar, varying gravitational constant      249
Binary pulsars      190
Binary relaxation time      95
Binary star systems      118
Binary stars, eclipsing      118 119
Binary stars, gravitational radiation      173
Binary stars, gravitational wave luminosity      173
Binary stars, interacting      192 193
Binary stars, mass function      119 208
Binary stars, mass transfer      192
Binary stars, orbital period change      173
Binary stars, relaxation time      95
Binary stars, Roche lobes      192
Binary stars, spectroscopic      118 119
Binary stars, visual      118
Binary stars, x-ray      191—194
Binggeli, B.      56
Binney, J.      55 94 125
Birck, J.L.      83 84 85
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