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  • 1
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    In:  Arch. Gartenbau 4, Heft 4; p.277-278
    Publication Date: 1956
    Description: Auf der Basis von Messungen mit Apfelwicklerkontrollkästen wurden unter anderem anhand von Korrelationsanalysen der Einfluß der Temperatur auf das Schlüpfen des Apfelwicklers, sowie den Apfelwicklerflug untersucht. Als Ergebnis wird unter anderem eine Temperatursummenregel präsentiert. KATASTER-BESCHREIBUNG: Temperatursummenregel für den Massenflug der ersten Apfelwicklergeneration im Jahr. KATASTER-DETAIL: Mit dem Beginn des Massenfluges der ersten Generation ist zu rechnen, wenn ab einer Temperatursumme von 283°C (Basis 6°C) ab Huflattichblüte bzw. 136°C (Basis 8°C) ab Stachelbeerblüte niederschlags- und windarme Tage mit Tagesmitteltemperaturen 〉=15°C auftreten.
    Keywords: DDR ; 1953-1955 ; Apfel ; Pflanzenschädling ; Obst
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    Publication Date: 1958
    Description: Der Autor versucht den Massenflug der 1.Generation des Apfelwicklers und das Maximum des Apfelwicklerfluges weiterer Generationen durch eine Temperatursummenregel zu erklären. Hierbei wurden gute Ergebnisse erzielt. KATASTER-BESCHREIBUNG: Aufstellung einer Temperatursummenregel, durch die ein Termin ermittelt werden kann, ab dem, bei Eintreten weiterer Bedingungen, mit dem Massenflug der 1.Apfelwicklergeneration gerechnet werden muss KATASTER-DETAIL: Beginn des Massenfluges -〉 wenn ab Temperatursumme 283°C (Basis 6°C) ab Huflattichblüte bzw. Temperatursumme 136°C (Basis 8°C) ab Stachelbeerblüte relativ warme, nds.- und windschwache Tage mit Tagesmitteltemperaturen 〉 15°C auftreten (wobei mind. 12-14h 〉 15°C und 6-8h 〉 20°C herrschen müssen); Für weitere Apfelwicklergenerationen sind Perioden mit relativ warmen, nds.- und windschwachen Tage mit Tagesmitteltemperaturen 〉 15°C (wobei mind. 12-14h 〉 15°C und 6-8h 〉 20°C herrschen müssen) wichtig
    Keywords: DDR ; 1950-1955
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  • 3
    Publication Date: 2011-08-16
    Keywords: ASTRONOMY
    Type: Astrophysical Journal; 202; Dec. 1
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    Publication Date: 2011-08-16
    Keywords: ASTRONOMY
    Type: Astrophysical Journal; 193; Nov. 1
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    Publication Date: 2011-08-16
    Keywords: ASTRONOMY
    Type: Astrophysical Journal; 193; Nov. 1
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    Publication Date: 2011-08-17
    Description: IUE observations indicate that the spectrum of 3C 273 is similar to that of other large-redshift quasars. There is a large excess of flux in the range 2400 A to 5300 A, which encompasses the Balmer jump region but which does not appear to be explainable by Balmer emission. The intensity ratio of Lyman-alpha to H-beta is 5.5, in agreement with other measures and a factor 6 smaller than the recombination value. The only absorption lines in the spectrum are due to our Galaxy. There is marginal evidence for a depression of the continuum shortward of the Lyman-alpha emission line, but the errors are too large to warrant any conclusion that 3C 273 has a rich absorption-line spectrum such as that seen in large-redshift quasars. The absence of emission and absorption lines of Fe II leads to the conclusion that resonance fluorescence probably produces the visual Fe II emission lines.
    Keywords: ASTRONOMY
    Type: Astrophysical Journal; vol. 230
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    Publication Date: 2011-08-16
    Description: Optical studies are reported for a representative sample of 10 unidentified high galactic latitude X-ray sources that are north of declination minus 25 deg and that have 3U error boxes less than or of the order of 0.5 square degrees. The source 3U 1410-03 is identified with a peculiar emission-line spiral galaxy, NGC 5506, and a distance group 4 rich cluster of galaxies, Abell 2142, is suggested as a possible identification for 3U 1555+27. It is shown that very few of the unidentified high galactic latitude sources are quasi-stellar sources brighter than 17.5 mag, although one possible X-ray quasar, NAB 0137-01, is reported.
    Keywords: ASTRONOMY
    Type: Astrophysical Journal; 199; July 1
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    Publication Date: 2019-06-28
    Description: The longest pointed observation (152 ksec) with the Rosat position sensitive proportional counter in the direction of the absolutely lowest neutral hydrogen column density is discussed. 26 shallower fields from the Rosat medium sensivity survey are analyzed. 1176 X-ray sources were detected in at least one Rosat energy band in these fields covering a total solid angle of 9.3 deg; 661 of these sources constitute a statistically complete sample detected in the hard band with 0.5 to 2 keV fluxes greater than 2.5 times 10 to the power of minus 15 erg/sq cm s. The faintest limiting flux of the survey is analyzed. Detailed simulations show that confusion effects and other selection biases are relatively small and can be corrected for in the sample. From an analysis in the Lockman field, a best fit slope of approximately 1.8 is found for the extrapolation of the differential X-ray counts below 2.5 times 10 to the power of minus 15 erg/sq cm s. On the basis of this analysis an upper limit of approximately 25% can be found for a truly diffuse background component in the Rosat hard band.
    Keywords: ASTRONOMY
    Type: NASA-CR-194698 , NAS 1.26:194698 , MPE-PREPRINT-238
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  • 9
    Publication Date: 2019-07-12
    Description: This paper presents optical photometry and spectroscopy of SN 1987D, a Type Ia supernova in the nearby galaxy UGC 7370, during the period immediately subsequent to its discovery. The distance modulus of the galaxy, independently determined by the redshift and the Tully-Fisher (1977) relation, is 32.3 + or - 1.0. The maximum brightness of SN 1987D was V about 13.2 and occurred on April 18, 1987, + or - 4 days; the absolute luminosity is about 0.6 mag brighter than the average for SNe Ia. The spectrum of SN 1987D is typical of SNe Ia, but the expansion velocity (9600 km/s) is considerably lower than average.
    Keywords: ASTRONOMY
    Type: Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Publications (ISSN 0004-6280); 99; 1167-117
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    Publication Date: 2019-07-12
    Description: Using the Einstein Observatory, X-ray observations of about 80 percent of the quasars in the Bright Quasar Survey located outside the declination range defined by 30 and 60 deg. X-ray emission has been detected above the 3-sigma level for 57 out of 66 quasars observed. This paper describes observations and data reduction and provides a summary of the more detailed analyses and discussion contained in the two accompanying papers (Schmidt and Green 1986, Avni and Tananbaum 1986).
    Keywords: ASTRONOMY
    Type: Astrophysical Journal, Part 1 (ISSN 0004-637X); 305; 57-67
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