Maxim Travel Books > Nonfiction 10 > Download The Structure of the Quiet Photosphere and the Low by O. Gingerich (auth.), C. de Jager (eds.) PDF

Download The Structure of the Quiet Photosphere and the Low by O. Gingerich (auth.), C. de Jager (eds.) PDF

By O. Gingerich (auth.), C. de Jager (eds.)

Show description

Read Online or Download The Structure of the Quiet Photosphere and the Low Chromosphere: Proceedings of the ‘Bilderberg’ Conference Held Near Arnhem, Holland, April 17–21, 1967 PDF

Similar nonfiction_10 books

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: The symptoms of sensory and motor issues of the hand within the median nerve box have been first mentioned via Paget in 1854 in a sufferer having suffered a fracture of the wrist. the next phrases have been first and foremost used to explain the saw difficulties: tardive paralysis of the median nerve, partial atrophy of the thenar eminence, and median neuritis.

New Trends in Allergy III

The overseas symposium "New developments in Allergy", held in Munich from July thirteen to fifteen, 1990, introduced jointly for the 3rd time considering the fact that 1980 one of the most skilled researchers operating within the box of hypersensitivity. This quantity contains the papers offered at this assembly. around the world, and never in basic terms within the industrialized nations, hypersensitivity is turning into a explanation for evermore critical illnesses.

Additional info for The Structure of the Quiet Photosphere and the Low Chromosphere: Proceedings of the ‘Bilderberg’ Conference Held Near Arnhem, Holland, April 17–21, 1967

Sample text

50 A of the 4-A interval. We then compared the emergent spectrum obtained in this manner with available atlases of the solar spectrum. These were the two unpublished high-dispersion atlases, the McMath-Hulbert Atlas of the Solar Spectrum, and the Atlas of the Solar Spectrum from 3000 to 7500 A (Delbouille, Neven, and Roland, to be published) as well as the lower dispersion Photometric Atlas of the Near Ultraviolet Solar Spectrum (BRUCKNER, 1960) and the Utrecht Photometric Atlas (MINNAERT, MULDERS, and HOUTGAST, 1940).

3700A, we find at A. 3700A a jump in log! 03, as indicated in Figure 3. 40. 20. 30. 10. eS 80. 81 x /x \ 82 83 85 88 89 AQ A2 A3 AS FQ F2 FS F8 Go. Fig. 4. The Balmer-jump for dwarf stars as a function of spectral type (BARBIER and CHALONGE, 1939). For the spectrum of the centre of the sun's disk, being GO, the value of D is in agreement with the determination of this paper. 13, fits remarkably well into the values obtained for stars as a function of spectral type. As an illustration of this data of BARBIER and CHALONGE (1939) are reproduced here in Figure 4.

However, it is interesting to consider this data in the light of our knowledge of the solar intensity distribution with wavelength in the millimeter region. Figure 7 (see also Table J) shows the various published measurements of brightness temperature TB in the far infrared and millimeter range, plotted versus wavelength in millimeters. The solid curve in Figure 7 is the prediction of the Bilderberg continuum atmosphere* (GINGERICH and DE JAGER, 1968), and is only one of many plausible fits to these rather widely scattered data, but any fit will have to show a rather sharp rise in the 1 to lO-mm range.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.61 of 5 – based on 12 votes