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Ultrarelativistic motion: inertial and tidal effects in Fermi coordinates
(Institute of Physics, 2004)
Fermi coordinates are the natural generalization of inertial Cartesian coordinates to accelerated systems and gravitational fields. We study themotion of ultrarelativistic particles and light rays in Fermi coordinates ...
The Mass-loss Return from Evolved Stars to the Large Magellanic Cloud. II. Dust Properties for Oxygen-rich Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars
(American Astronomical Society, 2010)
to be used in the construction of an extensive grid of RT models of the O-rich AGB stars found in the SAGE surveys. From the bright O-rich AGB population, we chose HV 5715, and from the faint O-rich AGB population we chose SSTISAGE1C J052206...
2014 Midwest Small Fruit and Grape Spray Guide
(University of Missouri Extension, 2014)
programs are offered to help you in certification. Contact your county Extension office for information. The pest management recommendations in this guide have been formulated to provide you up-todate information on pesticides and their applicability...
The SAGE-Spec Spitzer Legacy program: The life-cycle of dust and gas in the Large Magellanic Cloud: Point source classification I.
We present the classification of 197 point sources observed with the Infrared Spectrograph in the SAGE-Spec Legacy program on the Spitzer Space Telescope. We introduce a decision-tree method of object classification based ...
Prospects in the orbital and rotational dynamics of the Moon with the advent of sub-centimeter lunar laser ranging
Lunar Laser Ranging (LLR) measurements are crucial for advanced exploration of the laws of fundamental gravitational physics and geophysics. Current LLR technology allows us to measure distances to the Moon with a precision ...