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Ambartsumian

(Russian amˌbartsʊmˈjɑn)
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(Biography) Viktor A(mazaspovich). 1908–96, Armenian astrophysicist, renowned for his description of radio sources as explosions in the core of galaxies
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Trapezium-type systems were defined in the 1950s by Armenian astronomer Viktor Ambartsumian as multiple stars for which "the ratio of the greatest to least space distances between the components is less than three.
Armenian astronomer Ambartsumian (1908-96) was one of the founders of theoretical astrophysics, and died in Byurakan Observatory, which he founded.
It was written in 2002 at the request of Levon Ambartsumian, Franklin Professor of Violin at the University of Georgia.
World renowned Czech violinist Vaclav Hudecek, accompanied by conductor Eduard Ambartsumian from Russia and the orchestra of the Macedonian Opera and Ballet, held a concert in Skopje on 30 January, within the frames of the cultural activities that the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Skopje is organizing during its presidency of the EU.
Se suele atribuir la introduccion de las funciones auxiliares X e Y a Chandrasekhar, aunque el astrofisico armenio Viktor Ambartsumian las habia presentado anteriormente en 1943 (Ambartsumian 1998), por lo que tambien se conocen bajo el nombre de Ambartsumian-Chandrasekhar (van de Hulst 1980).
Celis JE, Gromov P, Cabezon T, Moreira JM, Ambartsumian N, Sandelin K, et al.
Carmelo de los Santos, violin, Athens, GA; Levon Ambartsumian, teacher
Paez found Henzel Harutian and Albert Ambartsumian not guilty of interference with commerce by threats.
The Soviet astronomer Viktor Amazaspovich Ambartsumian (b.