Shanmugavel, "Spectroscopic parameters for certain band systems of astrophysically
important molecule: yttrium oxide," New Astronomy, vol.
With another of the world's most sensitive radio telescopes, the Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia, Arecibo formed the North American Nanohertz Observatory for Gravitational Waves to establish, according to the NANOGrav website, "astrophysically
significant limits in the search for low-frequency gravitational waves".
Panel orientation east-west (in line with the path of the moving sun, for the astrophysically
challenged) means the system produces "10 to 15 percent" more electricity than a north-south orientation, he says.
"The simulation tells us there is an astrophysically
interesting signal we have the potential of detecting in the not too distant future, as gamma-ray telescopes improve," Schnittman said.
It is hoped that using this approach experimentally and astrophysically
more satisfactory expressions and values will be obtained for gravitational phenomena in the universe.
The research also showed how to address astrophysically
interesting questions with a modest budget of $80,000 and using only equipment from the consumer astronomy market.
Without improved photometric colour data, or better, spectroscopic data to determine spectral and luminosity classes, it cannot be assumed that our model is unique, although it is astrophysically
plausible and in good company with other systems.
"The Ruprecht 147 cluster is very unusual and very important astrophysically
because it is close to Earth and its stars are closer to the Sun's age than those in all the other nearby clusters," Wright said.
Notwithstanding, we who were astrophysically
unenlightened were informed that all the uncertainties and doubts which had previously plagued cosmogony had been finally dispelled.
"It's an astrophysically
important result." Mohar and his co-workers report their discovery in the March 25 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS.
They con cluded that temperature diffusion was astrophysically
irrelevant in the Sun and that diffusion effects were, in general, important only in "special cases" not including the Sun [27, p.