Landolt-Börnstein - Group VI Astronomy and Astrophysics
Volume 3A 1993

Astronomy and Astrophysics · Instruments, Methods, Solar System

Editors: H. H. Voigt
ISBN: 978-3-540-56079-1 (Print) 978-3-540-31380-9 (Online)
DOI: 10.1007/b46100

Table of contents (61 documents)

  1. Online Document 1

    1.1.6 New and future developments

    R. Wolf, U. Hopp

  2. Online Document 2

    1.1.7 Updated list of large optical telescopes erected after 1960

    R. Wolf, U. Hopp

  3. Online Document 3

    1.2 Solar telescopes

    C. J. Durrant

  4. Online Document 4

    1.3.9.1 Functioning of a CCD detector

    U. Graser

  5. Online Document 5

    1.3.9.2 Characteristic properties of modern CCD-detectors

    U. Graser

  6. Online Document 6

    1.3.9.3 CCD systems

    U. Graser

  7. Online Document 7

    References for 1.3.9.1 - 1.3.9.3

    U. Graser

  8. Online Document 8

    1.3.9.4 CCD data reduction

    K. Meisenheimer, H.-J. Röser

  9. Online Document 9

    1.3.9.5 Photometry

    K. Meisenheimer, H.-J. Röser

  10. Online Document 10

    References for 1.3.9.4 and 1.3.9.5

    K. Meisenheimer, H.-J. Röser

  11. Online Document 11

    1.5 Spectrometers and spectrographs

    J. Solf

  12. Online Document 12

    1.6 Optical high-resolution methods

    J. Solf

  13. Online Document 13

    1.7 X-ray and gamma-ray instruments

    R. Staubert, J. Trümper

  14. Online Document 14

    1.8 Infrared techniques

    D. Lemke

  15. Online Document 15

    1.9.1 Radio astronomy receivers

    J. W. Baars

  16. Online Document 16

    1.9.2 Radio telescopes

    J. W. Baars

  17. Online Document 17

    1.9.3 Data analysis and image processing

    J. W. Baars

  18. Online Document 18

    References for 1.9

    J. W. Baars

  19. Online Document 19

    2.1 Determination of astronomical latitude and longitude

    G. Soltau

  20. Online Document 20

    2.2 Time determination

    B. Guinot

  21. Online Document 21

    2.3 The system of astronomical constant

    J. Schubart

  22. Online Document 22

    3.1.1.2 Solar interior

    C. J. Durrant

  23. Online Document 23

    3.1.1.3 Solar energy spectrum

    C. J. Durrant

  24. Online Document 24

    3.1.1.4 Solar photosphere and chromosphere

    C. J. Durrant

  25. Online Document 25

    3.1.1.5 Solar transition region and quiet corona

    C. J. Durrant

  26. Online Document 26

    3.1.1.6 Radio emission of the quiet sun

    R. Stewart

  27. Online Document 27

    3.1.2.1 Active regions

    C. J. Durrant

  28. Online Document 28

    3.1.2.2 11-year solar cycle

    C. J. Durrant

  29. Online Document 29

    Instruments, Methods, Solar System · 3.1.2.3 Sunspots

    C. J. Durrant

  30. Online Document 30

    3.1.2.4 Faculae and plages

    C. J. Durrant

  31. Online Document 31

    3.1.2.5 Prominences and ejecta

    C. J. Durrant

  32. Online Document 32

    3.1.2.6 Coronal active region

    C. J. Durrant

  33. Online Document 33

    Instruments, Methods, Solar System · 3.1.2.7 Flares

    C. J. Durrant

  34. Online Document 34

    3.1.2.8 Radio emission of the disturbed sun

    R. Stewart

  35. Online Document 35

    3.2.1 Mechanical data of the planets and satellites

    J. Schubart

  36. Online Document 36

    3.2.2.1 Introduction

    W.-H. Ip

  37. Online Document 37

    3.2.2.5 Planetary and satellite atmospheres

    W.-H. Ip

  38. Online Document 38

    3.2.2.6 Planetary magnetic fields

    W.-H. Ip

  39. Online Document 39

    3.2.2.8 Planetary satellites

    W.-H. Ip

  40. Online Document 40

    3.2.2.9 Planetary rings

    W.-H. Ip

  41. Online Document 41

    References for 3.2.2

    W.-H. Ip

  42. Online Document 42

    3.3.1 The asteroids (minor planets)

    M. Hoffmann

  43. Online Document 43

    3.3.2 Meteors and meteorites

    E. K. Jessberger

  44. Online Document 44

    3.3.3.1 Mechanical data

    J. Rahe, V. Vanysek

  45. Online Document 45

    3.3.3.2 Photometry; polarimetry

    J. Rahe, V. Vanysek

  46. Online Document 46

    3.3.3.3 Spectroscopic observations

    J. Rahe, V. Vanysek

  47. Online Document 47

    Instruments, Methods, Solar System · 3.3.3.4 Nucleus

    J. Rahe, V. Vanysek

  48. Online Document 48

    Instruments, Methods, Solar System · 3.3.3.5 Coma

    J. Rahe, V. Vanysek

  49. Online Document 49

    Instruments, Methods, Solar System · 3.3.3.6 Tails

    J. Rahe, V. Vanysek

  50. Online Document 50

    3.3.3.7 The nature of cometary dust

    J. Rahe, V. Vanysek

  51. Online Document 51

    3.3.3.8 Laboratory studies and space experiments relevant to comets

    J. Rahe, V. Vanysek

  52. Online Document 52

    References for 3.3.3

    J. Rahe, V. Vanysek

  53. Online Document 53

    3.3.5.1 Gases of non-solar origin in the solar system

    E. Möbius

  54. Online Document 54

    3.3.5.2 Interplanetary plasma and magnetic field (solar wind)

    R. Schwenn

  55. Online Document 55

    3.3.5.3 Energetic particles in interplanetary space

    B. Klecker

  56. Online Document 56

    3.4.1 Introduction

    H. Palme, H. Beer

  57. Online Document 57

    3.4.6 Classification of solar system materials

    H. Palme, H. Beer

  58. Online Document 58

    3.4.7 The composition of chondritic meteorites

    H. Palme, H. Beer

  59. Online Document 59

    3.4.8 Meteorites and the composition of the solar photosphere

    H. Palme, H. Beer

  60. Online Document 60

    3.4.9 Nuclear abundances and their decomposition in nucleosynthetic components

    H. Palme, H. Beer

  61. Online Document 61

    References for 3.4

    H. Palme, H. Beer