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Variable stars and stellar evolution : symposium no. 67 held in Moscow, U.S.S.R., July 29 to August 4, 1974

Author: Vicki E Sherwood; L Plaut; International Astronomical Union.
Publisher: Dordrecht, Holland ; Boston : D. Reidel Pub. Co., 1975.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats

Proceedings of IAU Symposium No. 67 held in Moscow, U.S.S.R., July 29-August 4, 1974


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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Vicki E Sherwood; L Plaut; International Astronomical Union.
ISBN: 902770578X 9789027705785 9027705798 9789027705792
OCLC Number: 1273405
Notes: At head of title: International Astronomical Union. Union astronomique internationale.
Description: xvii, 614 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 1/Flare Stars and T Tauri Stars.- Flare Stars in Star Clusters and Associations (Review).- Solar Neighborhood Flare Stars (Review).- Flares of Red Dwarf Stars and Solar Activity (Review).- An Observational Approach to Stellar Evolution; Flare Stars and Related Objects (Review; abstract).- On Variations in the Flare Activity of V 1054 Oph.- High-Speed Photometry of Cluster Flare Stars.- Flare Colours and Luminosities.- A Possible Mechanism of Stellar Flares.- The Physics of Flare Stars.- Comparison of UV Ceti Flares with Solar Flares (Abstract).- T Tauri and FU Ononis Stars (Review).- Possible Groupings of Irregular (Orion) Variables (Abstract).- Spectroscopic and Photometric Observations of VX Cas.- Infrared Spectra of T Tau Stars and Related Objects.- Photographic Photometry of V 1057 Cygni.- 2/R Coronae Borealis Stars.- The R Coronae Borealis Type Variables (Review).- The So-Called Antiflare Stars (Abstract).- Some Statistics of Southern R Coronae Borealis Variables (Abstract).- Physical Interpretation of Light Curves of R Coronae Borealis-Type Stars.- Spectral and Polarimetric Investigation of RCB Stars (Abstract).- Observations of R CrB and XX Cam.- Circumstellar Dust Shells.- Cool Carbon Stars in Open Clusters (Abstract).- On the Nature of Maser Sources in Infrared Stars.- Autocorrelative Analysis of the Brightness of Irregular and Semi-Regular Variable Stars.- 3/Type I (Classical) Cepheids.- A Preliminary Study of the Classical Cepheid P-L Relation in the R, I Photometric System.- A Photoelectric Investigation of the Double Cepheid CE Cas (Abstract).- Some Remarks on the Absolute Magnitudes of Cepheids.- On the Structure of the Cepheid Instability Strip (Review).- On the Presence of Variable Stars in Open Clusters (Abstract).- On Spectral Observations of ? Gem (Abstract).- 4/S Scuti Stars.- Stars of ? Scuti-type in Stellar Clusters (Review).- Physical Classification of Short-Period Variables.- Radial Pulsations of ? Sct Stars; Theory in Comparison with Observations.- The Mass and Evolutionary Status of AI Vel-Type Variables.- New Data on the ? Sct Star 44 Tau (Abstract).- 5/Wolf-Rayet Stars.- The Wolf-Rayet Stars (Review).- S Dor Type Variables in Other Galaxies (Review).- Observations of Radially Expanding Stratified Atmospheres of Wolf-Rayet Stars.- On the Chemical Composition of Wolf-Rayet Stars.- Spectroscopic Investigations on Luminous Emission-Line Objects (Abstract).- Variations of the Cm 5696 A Emission Line in Wolf-Rayet Stars.- 6/Novae.- Novae (Review).- Towards a Realistic Model for Nova Envelopes.- On the Structure of the Envelope of Nova Del 1967 in the Nebular Stage.- Nova Del 1967: Radial Velocities and Excitation Potential of Lines.- Spectroscopic Observations of Nova Cep 1971.- 7/U Geminorum Stars.- U Geminorum-Type Stars (Review).- On the Origin of Nova-Like Binary Systems (Abstract).- VW Hydri, an U Geminorum-Type Star with Periodic Variations during Outbursts (Abstract).- Nonstationary Processes and Magnetic Field Generation in Binary Stellar Systems.- 8/Symbiotic Stars.- Symbiotic Stars (Review).- Physical Characteristics of V 1016 Cygni.- Photometric Properties of V 1329 Cygni.- Some Photometric Peculiarities of Symbiotic Stars (Abstract).- The Outburst of CI Cygni in 1973.- Spectroscopic Observations of Z Andromedae CI Cygni from 1968 to 1973.- Observations of the Peculiar Emission-Line Objects with Infrared Excess HD 45677, HD 87643 and GG Carinae.- Symbiosis in Radio Stars with Infrared Excess.- 9/Variable X-Ray Sources.- The Binary X-Ray Stars - the Observational Picture (Review).- The X-Ray Sources Sco X-l and Cyg X-2 as Binaries (Abstract).- Combined Optical and X-Ray Observations of Variable Stars.- The Identification and UBV Photometry of the Visible Component of the Cen X-3 Binary System (Abstract).- A Search for Super-Rapid Variability of X-Ray Sources and Other Peculiar Objects.- Circular Polarization of Cyg X-1, Sco X-1 and 3C 273.- Observations of Circular Polarization in V 1357 CYG=CYG X-1.- Discovery of Light Variability in the White Dwarf G 29-38.- Linear Polarization Observations of Some X-Ray Sources.- A Model for the Double System Containing the X-Ray Pulsar Her X-l.- The Crab Pulsar as a Component of a Binary System.- X-Ray Nova Flares.- 10/RR Lyrae and W Virginis Stars.- RR Lyrae- and W Virginis-Type Stars (Review).- Red Variables of the Halo and the Globular Clusters (Review).- General Properties of the Two Groups of Globular Clusters and their Variable Stars.- Period Changes of RR Lyrae Stars in Globular Clusters (Review).- Some RR Lyrae Variables with Blazko Effect (Abstract).- Spectra of Type II Cepheids (Abstract).- A Search for Rapid Variables and RR Lyrae Stars in the LMC on ESO Schmidt Plates.- On the Eclipsing Binaries in the Globular Clusters NGC 3201 and NGC 5139.- The Period-Luminosity Relation for Red Variables in Globular Clusters.- The Study of Light Curves with the Aid of Smoothing Spline-Functions.- 11/Variable Quasi-Stellar Objects and Nuclei of Galaxies.- Variable Quasi-Stellar Sources with Particular Emphasis on Objects of the BL Lac Type (Review).- Optical Variability of the Nuclei of Seyfert Galaxies (Review).- Variability of the Emission-Line Spectrum of the Nucleus of the Seyfert Galaxy NGC 7469.- Optical Variability of the N Galaxy 3C 371.
Responsibility: edited by Vicki E. Sherwood and Lukas Plaut.


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