Astronomy Reports V. 46, I. 07

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2002-07
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Astronomy Reports -- July 2002 Volume 46, Issue 7, pp. 521-608 Limitations on the Applicability of the Crystallographic Method for Determining the Topology of the Universe D. D. Sokolov pp. 521-524 Full Text: PDF (112 kB) Macromolecules in the Galaxy and the Cosmic Microwave Background Yu. N. Pariiskii, N. N. Bursov, A. B. Berlin, N. A. Nizhel'skii, A. V. Bogdantsov, and P. A. Tsybulev pp. 525-530 Full Text: PDF (149 kB) Color Redshifts and the Age of the Stellar Population of Distant RC Radio Galaxies O. V. Verkhodanov, A. I. Kopylov, Yu. N. Pariiskii, N. S. Soboleva, A. V. Temirova, and O. P. Zhelenkova pp. 531-542 Full Text: PDF (226 kB) Search for Spatial and Spectral Fluctuations of the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation Using the RATAN-600 Radio Telescope I. V. Gosachinskij, V. K. Dubrovich, S. R. Zhelenkov, G. N. Il'in, and V. A. Prozorov pp. 543-550 Full Text: PDF (245 kB) Parameters of Warm Molecular Clouds from Methyl Acetylene Observations A. V. Alakoz, S. V. Kalenskii, V. G. Promislov, L. E. B. Johansson, and A. Winnberg pp. 551-566 Full Text: PDF (622 kB) H2O and HDO Bands in the Spectra of Late-Type Dwarfs Ya. V. Pavlenko pp. 567-578 Full Text: PDF (429 kB) The Outer Scale of Solar-Wind Turbulence from GALILEO Coronal-Sounding Data A. I. Efimov, I. V. Chashei, L. N. Samoznaev, V. E. Andreev, M. K. Bird, P. Edenhofer, D. Plettemeier, and R. Wohlmuth pp. 579-590 Full Text: PDF (312 kB) Plasma Motion in Crossed Fields and Halo-Type Coronal Mass Ejections M. M. Molodenskii and N. S. Shilova pp. 591-596 Full Text: PDF (241 kB) Common Features in the Development of Powerful Long-Duration Solar X-ray Flares M. A. Livshits, O. G. Badalyan, and A. V. Belov pp. 597-608 Full Text: PDF (360 kB)
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