Landolt-Börnstein - Group VI Astronomy and Astrophysics
Volume 1 1965

Astronomy and Astrophysics

Editors: H. H. Voigt
ISBN: 978-3-540-03347-9 (Print) 978-3-540-37133-5 (Online)
DOI: 10.1007/b85535

Table of contents (154 documents)

  1. Online Document 1

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 1.1.2 Telescopes

    K. Bahner

  2. Online Document 2

    1.1.3 Solar telescopes

    K. Bahner

  3. Online Document 3

    1.1.4 Astrometric instruments

    K. Bahner

  4. Online Document 4

    1.2 Radio-astronomical devices

    O. Hachenberg

  5. Online Document 5

    1.3 Performance of telescopes

    H. Siedentopf

  6. Online Document 6

    1.4 Photoelectric photometry

    A. Behr

  7. Online Document 7

    1.5.1 Astronomical refraction and extinction

    H. Siedentopf, H. Scheffler, O. Hachenberg

  8. Online Document 8

    1.5.2 Influence of atmospheric turbulence

    H. Scheffler

  9. Online Document 9

    1.5.3 Brightness of twilight and of the night sky

    H. Siedentopf, H. Scheffler

  10. Online Document 10

    2.1 Geographical position determination

    J. Larink

  11. Online Document 11

    2.2 Time determination

    J. Larink

  12. Online Document 12

    2.3 The system of astronomical constants

    S. Böhme, W. Fricke

  13. Online Document 13

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 3.1 Introduction

    H. E. Suess

  14. Online Document 14

    3.2 Meteorites, surface rocks, tektites

    H. E. Suess

  15. Online Document 15

    3.3 The sun and the stony meteorites

    H. E. Suess

  16. Online Document 16

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 3.4 Stars

    H. E. Suess

  17. Online Document 17

    3.5 The abundance distribution of the individual nuclides

    H. E. Suess

  18. Online Document 18

    4.1.1.2 The rotation of the sun

    M. Waldmeier

  19. Online Document 19

    4.1.1.3 The general magnetic field of the sun

    H. von Klüber

  20. Online Document 20

    4.1.1.4 Granulation

    M. Waldmeier

  21. Online Document 21

    4.1.1.5 The photosphere

    K. H. Böhm

  22. Online Document 22

    4.1.1.6 Chromosphere

    M. Waldmeier

  23. Online Document 23

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 4.1.1.7 Corona

    M. Waldmeier

  24. Online Document 24

    4.1.1.8 Radio emission of the quiet sun

    O. Hachenberg

  25. Online Document 25

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 4.1.2.1 Sunspots

    M. Waldmeier

  26. Online Document 26

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 4.1.2.3 Flares

    M. Waldmeier

  27. Online Document 27

    4.1.2.4 Prominences, filaments

    M. Waldmeier

  28. Online Document 28

    4.1.2.5 The 11-year solar cycle

    M. Waldmeier

  29. Online Document 29

    4.1.2.6 The activity zones

    M. Waldmeier

  30. Online Document 30

    4.1.2.7.1 The slowly varying sunspot component

    O. Hachenberg

  31. Online Document 31

    4.1.2.7.2 The noise storms of the m-wave region

    O. Hachenberg

  32. Online Document 32

    4.1.2.7.3 Outbursts

    O. Hachenberg

  33. Online Document 33

    4.2.1.1 The planets

    F. Gondolatsch

  34. Online Document 34

    4.2.1.2 Earth data

    F. Gondolatsch

  35. Online Document 35

    4.2.1.3 Satellites of the planets

    F. Gondolatsch

  36. Online Document 36

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 4.2.1.4 The moon

    F. Gondolatsch

  37. Online Document 37

    4.2.1.5 The minor planets (asteroids)

    F. Gondolatsch

  38. Online Document 38

    4.2.2 Physics of planets and satellites

    G. P. Kuiper

  39. Online Document 39

    4.3.1 Mechanical data of comets

    A. Wachmann

  40. Online Document 40

    4.3.2 Physics of the comets

    L. Houziaux

  41. Online Document 41

    4.4.0 Introduction

    C. Hoffmeister

  42. Online Document 42

    4.4.1 Classification

    C. Hoffmeister

  43. Online Document 43

    4.4.2 Meteor streams

    C. Hoffmeister

  44. Online Document 44

    4.4.3 Origin of meteors and their position in the cosmos

    C. Hoffmeister

  45. Online Document 45

    4.4.4 Diurnal and annual variation

    C. Hoffmeister

  46. Online Document 46

    4.4.5 Physical data

    C. Hoffmeister

  47. Online Document 47

    4.4.7 Telescopic meteors and micrometeorites

    C. Hoffmeister

  48. Online Document 48

    4.4.9 References for 4.4

    C. Hoffmeister

  49. Online Document 49

    4.5.0 Introduction, notation

    W. Petri

  50. Online Document 50

    4.5.1 Rocket propulsion

    W. Petri

  51. Online Document 51

    4.5.2 Elementary satellite orbits

    W. Petri

  52. Online Document 52

    4.5.3 Orbital perturbations

    W. Petri

  53. Online Document 53

    4.5.4 Lunar and interplanetary trajectories

    W. Petri

  54. Online Document 54

    4.5.5 Astronautical missions and hardware

    W. Petri

  55. Online Document 55

    Appendix: Tables 15a, 15b

    W. Petri

  56. Online Document 56

    4.5.6 References for 4.5

    W. Petri

  57. Online Document 57

    4.6.1 Interplanetary dust

    G. Haerendel

  58. Online Document 58

    4.6.2 Interplanetary gas and magnetic field

    G. Haerendel

  59. Online Document 59

    5.1.1 Stellar positions

    W. Gliese

  60. Online Document 60

    5.1.2 Proper motions

    W. Dieckvoss

  61. Online Document 61

    5.1.3 Radial velocities

    P. Wellmann

  62. Online Document 62

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 5.1.4 Parallaxes

    H. Schmidt

  63. Online Document 63

    5.2.1 Classification of stellar spectra

    Th. Schmidt-Kaler

  64. Online Document 64

    5.2.2 Intrinsic colors and absolute magnitudes

    Th. Schmidt-Kaler

  65. Online Document 65

    5.2.3 The Hertzsprung-Russell diagram; stellar populations

    Th. Schmidt-Kaler

  66. Online Document 66

    5.2.4 Mass, radius, density, surface gravity

    Th. Schmidt-Kaler

  67. Online Document 67

    5.2.5 Rotation of stars

    Th. Schmidt-Kaler

  68. Online Document 68

    5.2.6.0 Introduction

    E. Lamla

  69. Online Document 69

    5.2.6.1 Catalogues of magnitudes

    E. Lamla

  70. Online Document 70

    5.2.6.2 Relationships between different catalogues of magnitudes

    E. Lamla

  71. Online Document 71

    5.2.6.3 References for 5.2.6

    E. Lamla

  72. Online Document 72

    5.2.7.0 Introduction, definitions

    E. Lamla

  73. Online Document 73

    5.2.7.1 Sensitivity function S(lambda) of different color systems

    E. Lamla

  74. Online Document 74

    5.2.7.2 Transformations between the different color systems

    E. Lamla

  75. Online Document 75

    5.2.7.3 Catalogues of color indices (CI)

    E. Lamla

  76. Online Document 76

    5.2.7.4 Intrinsic color, color excess, and interstellar absorption

    E. Lamla

  77. Online Document 77

    5.2.7.5 Influence of the stellar absorption lines on the color index

    E. Lamla

  78. Online Document 78

    5.2.7.7 Bolometric correction, B.C

    E. Lamla

  79. Online Document 79

    5.2.7.8 References for 5.2.7

    E. Lamla

  80. Online Document 80

    5.2.8.1 The relative spectral-intensity distribution in stellar spectra

    E. Lamla

  81. Online Document 81

    5.2.8.2 Absolute calibration

    E. Lamla

  82. Online Document 82

    5.2.8.3 The absolute gradient

    E. Lamla

  83. Online Document 83

    5.2.8.4 Absolute spectral intensity distribution in stellar spectra

    E. Lamla

  84. Online Document 84

    5.2.8.5 The temperatures of stars

    E. Lamla

  85. Online Document 85

    5.2.8.6 References for 5.2.8

    E. Lamla

  86. Online Document 86

    5.3.0 Symbols and definitions

    E. Lamla

  87. Online Document 87

    5.3.1.1 Abundance of the chemical elements

    E. Böhm-Vitense

  88. Online Document 88

    5.3.1.2 Relations between pressure, number of free electrons, molecular weight, and temperature

    E. Böhm-Vitense

  89. Online Document 89

    5.3.1.3.1 Empirical determination of the wavelength-dependence of the absorption coefficient for the sun

    E. Böhm-Vitense

  90. Online Document 90

    5.3.1.3.2 Contributions to the continuous absorption

    E. Böhm-Vitense

  91. Online Document 91

    5.3.1.3.4 Numerical determination of the total continuous absorption coefficient, and of the opacity in stellar atmospheres

    E. Böhm-Vitense

  92. Online Document 92

    5.3.1.4 The mean physical parameters in stellar atmospheres

    E. Böhm-Vitense

  93. Online Document 93

    5.3.2 Model atmospheres

    G. Traving

  94. Online Document 94

    5.3.3 Convection in stellar atmospheres

    K. H. Böhm, E. Böhm-Vitense

  95. Online Document 95

    5.3.4 Line absorption (line broadening)

    G. Traving

  96. Online Document 96

    5.3.5 Line formation

    K. H. Böhm

  97. Online Document 97

    5.4.0 List of symbols

    R. Kippenhahn, H. C. Thomas

  98. Online Document 98

    5.4.1 Basic equations

    R. Kippenhahn, H. C. Thomas

  99. Online Document 99

    5.4.2 The equation of state

    R. Kippenhahn, H. C. Thomas

  100. Online Document 100

    5.4.3 The opacity

    R. Kippenhahn, H. C. Thomas

  101. Online Document 101

    5.4.4 Energy generation

    R. Kippenhahn, H. C. Thomas

  102. Online Document 102

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 5.4.5 Models

    R. Kippenhahn, H. C. Thomas

  103. Online Document 103

    5.4.6 References for 5.4

    R. Kippenhahn, H. C. Thomas

  104. Online Document 104

    6.1.0 General remarks

    T. Herczeg

  105. Online Document 105

    6.1.1 Visual double stars

    T. Herczeg

  106. Online Document 106

    6.1.2 Spectroscopic binaries

    T. Herczeg

  107. Online Document 107

    6.1.3 Photometric or eclipsing binaries

    T. Herczeg

  108. Online Document 108

    6.1.4 Astrometric binaries and stars with invisible companions

    T. Herczeg

  109. Online Document 109

    6.2.1 Definitions and general remarks

    M. Beyer

  110. Online Document 110

    6.2.2.1 Long-period cepheids - C

    M. Beyer

  111. Online Document 111

    6.2.2.2 RR Lyrae stars (cluster variables) - RR

    M. Beyer

  112. Online Document 112

    6.2.2.3 delta Scuti type stars (dwarf Cepheids) - delta Sct

    M. Beyer

  113. Online Document 113

    6.2.2.4 beta Canis Majoris stars (also called beta Cephei stars) - beta CMa

    M. Beyer

  114. Online Document 114

    6.2.2.5 Mira stars (long-period variables of the type Mira Ceti) - M

    M. Beyer

  115. Online Document 115

    6.2.2.6 Semi-regular variables - SR

    M. Beyer

  116. Online Document 116

    6.2.2.7 RV Tauri type stars - RV

    M. Beyer

  117. Online Document 117

    6.2.2.9 Irregular variable stars - I

    M. Beyer

  118. Online Document 118

    6.2.3 Eruptive variables

    M. Beyer

  119. Online Document 119

    6.2.3.1 Novae - N

    M. Beyer

  120. Online Document 120

    6.2.3.2 Nova-like variable stars (symbiotic variables and irregular variables with Be-spectra) - Ne

    M. Beyer

  121. Online Document 121

    6.2.3.3 Supernovae - SN

    M. Beyer

  122. Online Document 122

    6.2.3.5 RW Aurigae type stars - RW

    M. Beyer

  123. Online Document 123

    6.2.3.6 Subgroup: the T Tau stars

    M. Beyer

  124. Online Document 124

    6.2.3.7 U Geminorum or SS Cygni type stars - UG

    M. Beyer

  125. Online Document 125

    6.2.3.8 UV Ceti type stars (flare and flash stars) - UV

    M. Beyer

  126. Online Document 126

    6.2.4 References for 6.2

    M. Beyer

  127. Online Document 127

    6.3 Stars with strong magnetic fields

    H. V. Kl#x00FC;ber

  128. Online Document 128

    6.4 Planetary nebulae

    L. H. Aller

  129. Online Document 129

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 6.5 White dwarfs

    V. Weidemann

  130. Online Document 130

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 7.1 Introduction

    H. Haffner

  131. Online Document 131

    7.2 Globular clusters

    H. Haffner

  132. Online Document 132

    7.3 Open (or galactic) clusters

    H. Haffner

  133. Online Document 133

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 7.4 Associations

    H. Haffner

  134. Online Document 134

    8.1 The nearest stars

    W. Gliese

  135. Online Document 135

    8.2.1 Apparent distribution of the stars on the celestial sphere

    H. Scheffler, H. Elsässer

  136. Online Document 136

    8.2.2 Luminosity function and spatial distribution of the various objects

    H. Scheffler, H. Elsässer

  137. Online Document 137

    8.2.3 Shape and dimensions of the system

    H. Scheffler, H. Elsässer

  138. Online Document 138

    8.2.4 Spiral structure

    H. Scheffler, H. Elsässer

  139. Online Document 139

    8.3 Kinematic and dynamic properties of the Galaxy

    H. Strassl

  140. Online Document 140

    8.4.1 The interstellar gas

    H. Lambrecht

  141. Online Document 141

    8.4.2 Interstellar dust

    H. Lambrecht

  142. Online Document 142

    8.4.3 Relationship between interstellar gas and dust

    H. Lambrecht

  143. Online Document 143

    8.4.4 Spatial distribution and kinematic properties of the interstellar matter

    H. Lambrecht

  144. Online Document 144

    8.4.5 The interstellar radiation field

    H. Lambrecht

  145. Online Document 145

    8.4.6 InterstelIar magnetic fields and Halo of the Milky Way; cosmic radiation in interstellar space

    L. Biermann

  146. Online Document 146

    9.1 General references and identification

    S. van den Bergh

  147. Online Document 147

    9.3 Distance criteria

    S. van den Bergh

  148. Online Document 148

    9.4 The individual galaxies

    S. van den Bergh

  149. Online Document 149

    9.5 Multiple systems and clusters of galaxies

    S. van den Bergh

  150. Online Document 150

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · 9.6 The Universe

    S. van den Bergh

  151. Online Document 151

    9.7 References for 9

    S. van den Bergh

  152. Online Document 152

    9.8 Bibliography for cosmology

    S. van den Bergh

  153. Online Document 153

    Astronomy and Astrophysics · Nomograms

    H. Strassl

  154. Online Document 154

    List of periodicals