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This digital repository of Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIAP), Bangalore, India is developed to capture, organize disseminate and preserve the research publications of IIAP. It also includes the in-house technical reports and annual reports in addition to various other grey literatures created within the institute.You can search, browse and access full text of these publications from the repository.

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  • Roy, Tridib (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, 2020-06)
    The thesis is mainly focused on the modeling of pulsar radio emission and polarization. The radio emission mechanism of pulsar is not fully understood, because of the lack of understanding about the kinematical processes ...
  • Fazlu Rahman; Pravabati, C; Ghosh, Tuhin (IOP Publishing, 2021-07)
    Accurate component separation of full-sky maps in the radio and microwave frequencies, such as the cosmic microwave background (CMB), relies on a thorough understanding of the statistical properties of the Galactic foreground ...
  • Sasikumar Raja, K; Subramanian, P; Ingale, M; Ramesh, R; Maksimovic, Milan (IOP Publishing, 2021-06-20)
    Various remote sensing observations have been used so far to probe the turbulent properties of the solar wind. Using the recently reported density modulation indices that are derived using angular broadening observations ...
  • Jha, Bibhuti K; Choudhuri, A. R (Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2021-09)
    The Sun has a near-surface shear layer (NSSL), within which the angular velocity decreases rapidly with radius. We provide an explanation of this layer based on the thermal wind balance equation. Since convective motions ...
  • Sayuf, Shaik (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, 2021-07)
    The outer atmosphere of the Sun is observed to be a very hot plasma medium. Since the frequency of electromagnetic wave emission from a plasma medium depends on the electron number density, high frequency radio waves ...

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