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  • 1
    Publication Date: 2019-04-30
    Type: Dataset
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  • 2
    Publication Date: 2018-06-08
    Description: We have undertaken an imaging survey of 34 nearby galaxies in far-ultraviolet(FUV, [sim]1500 u and optical (UBVRI) passbands to characterize galaxy morphology as a function of wavelength. This sample, which includes a range of classical Hubble types from elliptical to irregular, with emphasis on spirals at low inclination angle, provides a valuable database for comparison with images of high-z galaxies whose FUV light is redshifted into the optical and near-infrared bands.
    Keywords: Astrophysics
    Type: Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series; Volume 131; no. 2; 441-463
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  • 3
    ISSN: 1095-8649
    Source: Blackwell Publishing Journal Backfiles 1879-2005
    Topics: Biology
    Notes: A significant elevation of serum immunoglobulin (Ig) concentration occurred in female gilthead sea bream Sparus aurata during spawning. Furthermore, a progressive rise of serum Ig level was observed throughout the process of sexual inversion (from functional male to functional female), suggesting that the synthesis of Ig could be regulated by sex-related factors (probably sexual hormones) involved in the process of oogenesis. The immunoglobulins of eggs were purified by affinity chromatography on protein A-sepharose. SDS-PAGE and Western blot analysis showed reactivity of the antiserum Pab1 with the Ig heavy and light chains, and some degradation products. This purification process yielded detectable amounts of Ig. The sex-related increase of serum Ig during the reproductive period, and the detection of Ig in eggs suggest a transfer of Ig from the blood of the adult female.
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  • 4
    ISSN: 1438-1168
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Geosciences
    Description / Table of Contents: Zusammenfassung ¶Calciokarbonatitische und magnesiokarbonatitische Gesteine und Magmen im System CaO-MgO-CO 2 -H 2 O bei 0.2 GPa Das Niedrigdruck-Eutektikum der gemeinsamen Ausscheidung von Calcit, Portlandit und Periklas/Brucit (mit H2O-reicher Fluidphase) diente als Modell um die Existenz und Kristallisation karbonatitischer Magmen zu erklären. Versuche die Bedingungen des Auftretens von Dolomit an diesem Eutektikum zu bestimmen blieben bisher ergebnislos. Wir entdeckten ein zweites Niedrigtemperatur-Eutektikum für magnesiumreichere Schmelzen, das Portlandit ausschließt, aber Dolomit inkludiert (alle Ergebnisse bei Fluidsättigung). Die Zugabe von Ca(OH)2-Mg(OH)2 zu CaCO3-MgCO3 bei 0.2 GPa senkt den Liquidus auf Temperaturen unter die Solvus-Schwelle von Calcit-Dolomit. Die fluidgesättigte Liquidusfläche verläuft steil und die Grenzfläche von Schmelze, die mit Calcit und Periklas koexistiert erreicht ein Peritektikum bei 880 °C. Dort öffnet sich ein schmales Feld für Liquidus-Dolomit, das bis zum Eutektikum bei 659 °C reicht, an dem Calcit, Dolomit und Periklas (Brucit sollte Periklas bei geringfügig höheren Drucken ersetzen) gemeinsam ausgeschieden werden. Der Calcit- Liquidus ist sehr groß. Die Linie an der Calcit und Dolomit koexistieren erstreckt sich ungefähr von CaMg(CO3)2 zu Mg(OH)2. Die Ergebnisse zeigen die Bildungsbedingungen für die Bildung mineralspezifischer Kumulate aus unterschiedlichen Magmenzusammensetzungen. Aus wässrigen (oder Na-reichen) karbonatreichen Schmelzen mit Zusammensetzungen zwischen CaCO3 und CaMg(CO3)2 werden sich zuerst Calcitkarbonatite und dann Calcit-Dolomitkarbonatite ausscheiden, mit der Möglichkeit Dolomitkarbonatite über ein sehr eingeschränktes Temperaturintervall zu bilden und mit Periklas, der zu dieser Vergesellschaftung im Endstadium hinzukommt. Periklas im Fe-freien System könnte das weitverbreitete Analog zu Magnetit in natürlichen Karbonatiten sein. Der enge Bereich für die Ausscheidung von Dolomitkarbonatiten untermauert die Existenz primärer magnesiokarbonatitischer Magmen (nahe der Zusammensetzung von Dolomit). Magnesiokarbonatitische Magmen können daher entsprechende Mengen an calcitkarbonatitischen Gesteinen ausscheiden.
    Notes: Summary ¶The low-pressure eutectic for the coprecipitation of calcite, portlandite, and periclase/brucite (with H2O-rich vapor) has served as a model for the existence and crystallization of carbonatite magmas. Attempts to determine conditions for the appearance of dolomite at this eutectic have been unsuccessful. We have discovered a second low-temperature eutectic for more magnesian liquids which excludes portlandite and includes dolomite (all results are vapor-saturated). Addition of Ca(OH)2-Mg(OH)2 to CaCO3-MgCO3 at 0.2 GPa depresses the liquidus to temperatures below the crest of the calcite-dolomite solvus; the vapor-saturated liquidus surface falls steeply, and the field boundary for liquids coexisting with calcite and periclase reaches a peritectic at 880 °C, where a narrow field for liquidus dolomite begins, extending down to the eutectic at 659 °C for the coprecipitation of calcite, dolomite and periclase (brucite should replace periclase at slightly higher pressures). The calcite liquidus is very large. The field boundary for coexistence of calcite and dolomite extends approximately in the direction from CaMg(CO3)2 towards Mg(OH)2. The results illustrate conditions for the formation of mineral-specific cumulates from variable magma compositions. Hydrous (or sodic) carbonate-rich liquids with compositions from CaCO3 to CaMg(CO3)2 will precipitate calcite-carbonatites first, followed by calcite-dolomite-carbonatites, with the prospect of precipitating dolomite-carbonatite alone through a limited temperature interval, and with periclase joining the assemblage in the closing stages. Periclase in the Fe-free system may represent the ubiquitous occurrence of magnetite in natural carbonatites. The restricted range for the precipitation of dolomite-carbonatites adds credibility to the evidence for primary magnesiocarbonatite (near-dolomite composition) magmas. Magnesiocarbonatite magmas can precipitate much calcite-carbonatite rock.
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    Meccanica 27 (1992), S. 297-306 
    ISSN: 1572-9648
    Keywords: Non-linear dynamics ; Chaos ; Hydraulic oscillator
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Production Engineering, Mining and Metallurgy, Traffic Engineering, Precision Mechanics , Physics
    Description / Table of Contents: Sommario In questo articolo viene studiata la dinamica di un sistema non-lineare ad un singolo grado di liberta' soggetto ad una forzante armonica esterna, rappresentante un modello semplificato per le oscillazioni idrauliche sincrone che hanno luogo nei diffusori delle turbine tipo Francis a carico parziale. Applicando differenti tecniche numeriche, viene mostrata l'esistenza di soluzioni periodiche multiple, oltre che soluzioni non-periodiche limitate con tipico comportamento caotico deterministico. L'attrattore strano corrispondente e' stato definito e caratterizzato: la perdita di memoria associata alla divergenza esponenziale di orbite inizialmente vicine, tipica della dinamica caotica, e' stata individuata e calcolata numericamente. Una prima parziale classificazione dei vari comportamenti dinamici per il sistema viene evidenziata attraverso la rappresentazione nello spazio parametrico.
    Notes: Abstract In this paper we study the dynamics of a non-linear one-degree-of-freedom system subjected to an external harmonic excitation, representing a simplified model for the synchronous hydraulic oscillations that can occur in the draft tube of Francis turbines at partial loads. The application of different typical numerical techniques has shown the existence of multiple coexisting periodic solutions, and the non-periodic bounded solutions which exhibit deterministic chaotic behaviour. The relevant strange attractor has been defined and the loss of memory associated with an exponential divergence in time of close initial conditions resulting in chaotic dynamics have been found and measured. A partial classification of qualitatively different dynamical behaviours for the system has been outlined in the control parameter space.
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    Publication Date: 2011-08-17
    Description: The massive close binary, V382 Cyg, was observed with the low-dispersion spectrograph on the IUE satellite. The dereddened spectrum can be reasonably represented by a 40,000-K model atmosphere. The spectra show interstellar, photospheric, and shell absorption blends and one shell emission feature. From one of the shell absorptions, it is possible to calculate a limiting systemic mass loss rate of about 0.00004 solar mass/yr.
    Keywords: ASTROPHYSICS
    Type: Astronomical Society of the Pacific; vol. 91
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    Publication Date: 2011-08-16
    Description: By utilizing the images from the LANDSAT-1, in the spectral band 0.8-1.1 microns (near infrared), a photomosaic was obtained of Italian territory. From this mosaic the field of long lineaments was drawn, corresponding to fractures of the earth crust more than 100 km long. The relationship between lineaments, hot springs, volcanic areas, and earthquake epicenters is verified. There is a clear connection between long lineaments and hot springs: 78% of the springs are located on one or more lineaments, and the existence of hot lineaments was observed. A slightly weaker, but still significant, connection exists between the Pliocene-Quaternary volcanic areas and long lineaments. The relationship between earthquakes and long lineaments can only be verified in some cases. The lineaments which can be related to earthquakes have little or no connection with the other phenomena.
    Keywords: EARTH RESOURCES AND REMOTE SENSING
    Type: G-29 , NASA. Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center NASA Earth Resources Surv. Symp., Vol. 1-B; p 1079-1086
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    Publication Date: 2019-07-13
    Description: Ultraviolet spectra obtained by the IUE of the short-period, intrinsically variable, double-lined spectroscopic and eclipsing close binary V Sagittae are discussed. The 18 spectra measured between 1150 and 1950 A and 1850 and 3300 A over an interval of 179 days are shown to be dominated by emission features, with only Lyman alpha absorption apparent. Examination of the smooth continuum inferred for each spectrum results in a B-V color index of 0.20. The observed V magnitudes do not show a phase-locked or typical eclipsing light curve, due to intrinsic variability in the UV as well as the visible. The calibrated, reddening-corrected UV fluxes are used in an attempt to determine system temperature, but it is found that the continuum is most likely composite and variable, and thus a unique temperature assignment is impossible. The V Sge system is interpreted as possibly consisting of a primary early A, near-main-sequence star with an effective temperature of 10,000 K and a secondary thick, hot disk (temperature 17,000-300,000 K) embedding a white dwarf.
    Keywords: ASTROPHYSICS
    Type: Colloquium on White dwarfs and variable degenerate stars; July 30-August 2, 1979; Rochester, NY; US|Annual Workshop on Novae, Dwarf Novae and Other Cataclysmic Variables; 3-Aug-79
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    Publication Date: 2019-07-12
    Description: The Kepler spacecraft has collected data of high photometric precision and cadence almost continuously since operations began on 2009 May 2. Primarily designed to detect planetary transits and asteroseismological signals from solar-like stars, Kepler has provided high quality data for many areas of investigation. Unconditioned simple aperture time-series photometry are however affected by systematic structure. Examples of these systematics are differential velocity aberration, thermal gradients across the spacecraft, and pointing variations. While exhibiting some impact on Kepler's primary science, these systematics can critically handicap potentially ground-breaking scientific gains in other astrophysical areas, especially over long timescales greater than 10 days. As the data archive grows to provide light curves for 10(exp 5) stars of many years in length, Kepler will only fulfill its broad potential for stellar astrophysics if these systematics are understood and mitigated. Post-launch developments in the Kepler archive, data reduction pipeline and open source data analysis software have occurred to remove or reduce systematic artifacts. This paper provides a conceptual primer for users of the Kepler data archive to understand and recognize systematic artifacts within light curves and some methods for their removal. Specific examples of artifact mitigation are provided using data available within the archive. Through the methods defined here, the Kepler community will find a road map to maximizing the quality and employment of the Kepler legacy archive.
    Keywords: Astronomy
    Type: ARC-E-DAA-TN5535
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  • 10
    Publication Date: 2019-07-17
    Description: We present Infrared Space Observatory Camera (ISOCAM) Circular Variable Filter scans of three giant HII regions in M33. IC 133, NGC 595, and CC 93 span a wide range of metallicity, luminosity, nebular excitation, and infrared excess; three other emission regions (CC 43, CC 99, and a region to the northeast of the core of NGC 595) are luminous enough in the mid-infrared to be detected in the observed fields. ISOCAM CVF observations provide spatially resolved observations (5'') of 151 wavelengths between 5.1 and 16.5 microns with a spectral resolution R = 35 to 50. We observe atomic emission lines ([Ne II], [Ne III], and [S IV]), several "unidentified infrared bands" (UIBs; 6.2, 7.7, 8.6, 11.3, 12.0, and 12.7 microns), and in some cases a continuum which rises steeply at longer wavelengths. We conclude that the spectra of these three GHRs are well explained by combinations of ionized gas, PAHs, and very small grains in various proportions and with different spatial distributions. Comparisons between observed ratios of the various UIBs with model ratios indicate that the PAHs in all three of the GHRs are dehydrogenated and that the small PAHs have been destroyed in IC 133 but have survived in NGC 595 and CC 93. The [Ne III]/[Ne II] ratios observed in IC 133 and NGC 595 are consistent with their ages of 5 and 4.5 Myr, respectively; the deduced ionization parameter is higher in IC 133, consistent with its more compact region of emission.
    Keywords: Astronomy
    Type: 30 May - 3 Jun. 1999; Chicago, IL; United States
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