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  • Evershed, John (Taylor and Francis, 1909)
  • Evershed, John (The Royal Society, 1909-03)
  • Evershed, John (The Royal Society, 1910-01)
  • Evershed, John (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore, 1909-02-03)
  • Prabhu, T. P (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, 1978)
    The radial velocities of 7 Sersic galaxies are reported. Three out of these (NGC 2903, 2997 and 5236) have published radial velocities prior to this work while the radial velocities of four remaining galaxies (NGC 922, ...
  • Bappu, M. K. V (D. Reidel Publishing, 1979)
  • Peraiah, A (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, 1979-11)
    The effects of large scales gas motions on the radiation pressure in a resonance lines are investigated. We have assumed a medium with pure scattering together with emission in the continuum. A linear velocity law is ...
  • Sastry, Ch. V (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore, 1986)
    The Continuum emission from the Quiet Sun and active regions is the radiation from the solar atmosphere when there is no transient burst activity. At decametric wavelengths this radiation originates in the outer corona. A ...
  • Thejappa, G (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore, 1988)
    The slowly drifting solar type II radio bursts are believed to be due to the flare associated shock waves propagating radially outward in the corona. The main observational characteristics of these bursts show that the ...
  • Ramesh, R; Subramanian, K. R; Sastry, Ch. V (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore, 1997)
    We have observed radio emission from the solar corona at a frequency of 77 MHz during the total solar eclipse on October 24, 1995 from our observatory at Gauribidanur. Sources of angular sizes less than or equal to 1.5' ...
  • Shanmugaraju, A; Umapathy, S (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Banglaore, 1997)
    A solar radio spectrograph has been developed to observe the transient solar radio emissions in the band of 30 MHz at our School of Physics. A non trackable log periodic antenna having beam of 60 degree in E-W and 90 degree ...
  • Evershed, John (Taylor and Francis, 1912-10)
  • Bappu, M. K. V (Indian Academy of Sciences, 1971-05)
  • Shylaja, B. S; Prabhu, T. P (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, 1979-11)
    A photoelectric scan of Hβ and a photographic spectrum between λλ 4500-7000 obtained during the 1979 outburst of the recurrent nova U Sco have been studied. The electron density and the mass of ionized hydrogen in the nova ...
  • Evershed, M. A; Evershed, John (Taylor and Francis, 1932-09)
  • Evershed, John (Elsevier, 1955)
    This article records some of the researches in solar physics undertaken during my life. These have included the following: prominence observations covering sixteen years; spectroheliograph work with a direct vision prism; ...
  • Krishnakumar, V; Venkatakrishnan, P (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore, 1997)
    The photoheliograms obtained at Kodaikanal during the partial eclipse of the Sun on October 24, 1995 were digitised on a PDS microdensitometer. The lunar limb was used as a standard source for the digital reconstruction ...
  • Saxena, A. K; Samson, J. P. A; Lancelot, J. P (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore, 1997)
    The entire event of the total solar eclipse of October 24 1995 was vediographed at our Kalpi camp. We have used SONY handy cam Video 8 Model No. CCD FX 280E PAL attached with 12x variable zoom lens. Partial eclipse was ...
  • Evershed, John (Royal Astronomical Society, 1938-01)
  • Evershed, John (Royal Astronomical Society, 1936-01)

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