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  • Smitha, H. N; Nagendra, K. N; Stenflo, J. O; Bianda, M; Sampoorna, M; Ramelli, R; Anusha, L. S (EDP Sciences, 2012-05)
    The scattering polarization in the solar spectrum is traditionally modeled with each spectral line treated separately, but this is generally inadequate for multiplets where J-state interference plays a significant role. ...
  • Veeresh, Singh; Ishwara-Chandra, C. H; Kharb, P; Srivastava, S; Janardhan, P (IOP Publishing, 2016-08-01)
    We report the discovery of a "triple-double radio galaxy," J1216+0709, detected in deep low-frequency Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT) observations. J1216+0709 is only the third radio galaxy, after B0925+420 and ...
  • Prabhu, T. P; Rajan, K. T (Indian Academy of Sciences, 2012-09-25)
    J. C. Bhattacharyya (JCB) passed away in Delhi on 4 June 2012. An eminent instrumentation scientist and observational astronomer, JCB is well known for his discoveries of the atmosphere of Jupiter’s satellite Ganymede ...
  • Mallik, D. C. V (Indian Academy of Sciences, 1993-07-25)
  • Shastri, P; Lal, D. V; Gabuzda, D. C (Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2003)
    We will present the main results from a study of the pc-scale radio structure of our matched sample of Seyfert galaxies, specifically selected to test the Unified Scheme. We chose purportedly face-on (Seyfert 1) and edge-on ...
  • Scullion, E; Popescu, M. D; Banerjee, D; Doyle, J. G; Erdelyi, R (IOP Publishing, 2009-10-20)
    Here, we explore the nature of small-scale jet-like structures and their possible relation to explosive events and other known transient features, like spicules and macrospicules, using high-resolution spectroscopy obtained ...
  • Sagar, R; Yu, Q. Z (The Royal Astronomical Society, 1989-10)
    JHK magnitudes have been determined for 18 stars in the field of NGC 654. Study of the interstellar extinction law in the cluster direction indicates an anomalous distribution of interstellar grains causing more extinction ...
  • Kapoor, R. C (National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand, 2019-04)
    Captain John Warren was the Acting Astronomer of Madras Observatory during the years 1805‒1811 when the Astronomer John Goldingham went to England on leave. At Madras, Warren observed the Great Comet of 1807 (C/1807 R1), ...
  • Sengupta, S (The American Astronomical Society, 2000-11)
    Considering Joule heating caused by the dissipation of the magnetic field in the neutron star crust to be an efficient mechanism in maintaining a relatively high surface temperature in very old neutron stars, the role of ...
  • Murthy, J; Rahna, P. T; Sutaria, F. K; Safonova, M; Gudennavar, S. B; Bubbly, S. G (Elsevier B.V, 2017-07)
    The Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (UVIT) was launched as part of the multi-wavelength Indian AstroSat mission on 28 September, 2015 into a low Earth orbit. A 6-month performance verification (PV) phase ended in March ...
  • Krishan, V (Indian Academy of Sciences, 1991-06)
  • Bappu, M. K. V; Sivaraman, K. R (Royal Astronomical Society, 1977-02)
    K-emission line widths measured with a micrometer on integrated spectra of the sun have a mean value of 38.2 km/s. A definition is proposed whereby the width is a measure in km/s at the inverse-e value of the difference ...
  • Sivaraman, K. R; Kariyappa, R (Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 1986)
    We have made plots of the Ca II K line emission vs the global surface magnetic field for the sun for the years 1975–1982 representing both solar minimum as well as solar maximum epochs. These plots show that the K-line ...
  • Mallik, D. C. V (Indian Academy of Sciences, 2000-09)
    In 1920, K. S. Krishnan was a demonstrator in chemistry in Madras Christian College. Alexander Moffat, his teacher in physics, was very fond of him and had already spotted his exceptional talent in sci- ence. So, when ...
  • Sivaraman, K. R (The American Astronomical Society, 1982-03)
    The K2V/K2R asymmetry in the self-reversed emission peaks of the Ca II K line in the sun is the result of the redward displacement of K3. This redward displacement is explained as caused by the dark condensations in K3 and ...
  • Biswas, S; Kumar, S; Sivaram, C (Springer, 1989-11)
    A study of strong gravity theory is carried out in five-dimensional Kaluza-Klein space-time. A relation between the cosmological constant and the radius parameter of the fifth dimension is obtained. The effect of the extra ...
  • Von Essen, C; Ofir, A; Dreizler, S; Agol, E; Freudenthal, J; Hernández, J; Wedemeyer, S; Parkash, V; Deeg, H. J; Hoyer, S; Morris, B. M; Becker, A. C; Sun, L; Gu, S. H; Herrero, E; Tal-Or, L; Poppenhaeger, K; Mallonn, M; Albrecht, S; Khalafinejad, S; Boumis, P; Delgado-Correal, C; Fabrycky, D. C; Janulis, R; Lalitha, S; Liakos, A; Mikolaitis, S; Moyano D-Angelo, M. L; Sokov, E; Pakstiene, E; Popov, A; Krushinsky, V; Ribas, I; Rodríguez S, M. M; Rusov, S; Sokova, I; Tautvaisiene, G; Wang, X (EDP Sciences, 2018-07)
    During its four years of photometric observations, the Kepler space telescope detected thousands of exoplanets and exoplanet candidates. One of Kepler’s greatest heritages has been the confirmation and characterization of ...
  • Ramachandra, B. S; Rajesh Nayak, K; Vishveshwara, C. V (Springer, 2003-11)
    The Vaidya-Einstein-Kerr (VEK) black hole which represents the spacetime of the Kerr black hole in a non-vacuum, asymptotically non-flat background is investigated. The energy-momentum tensor corresponding to this spacetime ...
  • Singh, V; Ishwara-Chandra, C. H; Wadadekar, Yogesh; Beelen, Alexandre; Kharb, P (Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2015-01-01)
    Seyfert and LINER galaxies are known to exhibit compact radio emission on ∼10–100 pc scales, but larger Kiloparsec-Scale Radio structures (KSRs) often remain undetected in sub-arcsec high-resolution observations. We ...
  • Banerjee, D. P. K; Anandarao, B. G; Jain, S. K; Mallik, D. C. V (The European Southern Observatory, 1990-12)
    High-resolution Fabry-Perot observations have been made to determine the velocity structure of five PNe and to subsequently relate the observations to the morphology of the objects. New kinematic data on one of these PNe, ...

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