Third Asian-Pacific Regional Meeting of the International Astronomical Union: September 30–October 5 1984, Kyoto, Japan, Part 1

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M. Kitamura, E. Budding
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Science - 280 pages
M. KITAMURA Tokyo Astronomical Observatory, Japan and E. BUDDING Carter Observatory, Wellington, New Zealand The Third Asian-Pacific Regional Meeting of the International Astronomical Union was held from 30 September to 5 October, 1984, at the Kyoto International Conference Hall, Kyoto, Japan, under the auspices of the Union and the Astronomical Society of Japan with Kyoto University as host. Three hundred and twenty-seven astronomers from twenty-two countries participated at the meeting and more than two hundred papers were presented. The aim of the meeting was not only to promote scientific developments and cooperation, but also to offer a chance for all participants to become acquainted with major astronomical projects of the Asian-Pacific Region. Therefore, two new sessions of 'A View of Asian-Pacific Astronomy' and 'Astronomical Education in the Asian Pacific Region', which had not been undertaken in the previous two Regional Meetings, were arranged as a first trial, besides the other ordinary scientific sessions. The Scientific Organizing Committee consisted of D.C. Morton (chairman), R.N. Manchester, S.M. Gong, K.J. Feng, C.S. Shen, J.C. Bhattacharyya, G. Swa B. Hidayat, H.M.K. AI-Nairniy, H.S. Yun, J.B. Hearnshaw, S.C. Wolff, I. Ka rup, waguchi, M. Kitamura, M. Morimoto, M. Oda, andJ. P. Swings (IAU, ex officio); and the Local Organizing Committee of T. Kogure (chairman), T.lshizawa, M. Saite, R. Hirata, S.lnagaki, E. Hiei, M. Kitamura, B. Takase, N. Kaifu, H. Maehara, Y. Osaki, and A. Yamasaki.
 

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Contents

KITAMURA and E BUDDING Introduction
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Index of Contributors 535
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SHIHUI YE Solar Studies in China
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G Y A SMOLKov A A PISTOLKORs T A TREskov B B KRISSINEL V A PUTILov and N
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MoRTON Recent Developments with the AngloAustralian
31
T KogurE Cooperation in Astronomy Between Indonesia and Japan
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BHATTACHARYYA New Telescopes in India 45
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B J ROBINSON The Australian RadioTelescope
57
F TAKAHARA and M KUSUNOSE ElectronPositron Pairs in a Mildly Relativistic Plasma in
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WASABURO UNNO and MASAAKI KONDO Nonlinear Hydrodynamical
223
FUJISHITA Motion of Quasar Images by Gravitational Lens Galaxies
227
A SAVAGE United Kingdom Schmidt Telescope UKST Objective Prism Searches for Qua
233
EDwiN BUDDING Classical Algol Systems Invited Review
241
UMEMURA and S IKEUCHI Formation of a Void and Galaxies in a Neutrino Dominated
243
A LEAHY S NARANAN and K P SINGH XRay Detection of the Monoceros Supernova
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Their Physics and Evolution 257
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T MIKAMI Absolute Magnitudes of LateType Stars
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MINORU ODA Space Astronomy in Japan
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SUZUKI and T KOGURE Active Phenomena of the Be Star EW Lac Observed in 197882
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N SATO S HAYAKAwA and F NAGASE XRay Emissions from Vela X1 During Its Eclipsing
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J B HEARNSHAw The Mt John 1 Metre Telescope Project 79
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S J Wilson and K K SEN Moment Method for the Inverse Radiative Transfer in Inhomoge
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P B BABADZHANOV Astronomy in Tadjikistan
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WU G QIAO X XIA and F LI The Estimation of Some Parameters of Pulsars and Their
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A T OKAZAKI and S KATO OneArmed Oscillations of a NonSelf Gravitating Polytropic
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R T STEwART Dynamical Processes in the Solar Corona and Interplaneta
115
SHINOHARA Radio Recombination Lines of Hydrogen Atoms Associated with Stimulated
123
S YoshiDA S MIZUNO M NAKANO T KOGURE K SAKKA T SASAKI and S D
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S S HoNG and B C Koo Effect of Magnetic Field on the ShockInduced Thermal Instability
141
T TANABE F KAMIJo T ONAKA A SAKATA and S WADA Grain Formation Experiments
147
H KUROKAWA T KITAHARA Y NAKAI Y FUNAKOSHI and K ICHIMOTO
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TAKASHIWATANABE and TAKAKIYO KAKINUMA ThreeDimensional Pro
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A Possible ProtoCluster
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MITSUGUMAKITA SHIGEO HAMANA KEIZO NISHI MINORUSHIMIZU TAKAS
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Y SABANO and M TosA ThermalChemical Instability in a PreGalactic Gas Cloud
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H S YUN and H A BEEBE Reference Models of Sunspot Chromospheres
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H OHTANI J MEABURN C Goudis A ELBAssUNY and M SOLIMAN Optical Light Varia
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R G HEwiTT and D B MELROSE Plasma and Radiation Processes Invited
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S MIYoshi S HAYAKAwA H KUNIEDA and Y TAwARA XRay Observation of AGNs from
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Y SoFUE U KLEIN R BECK and R WIELEBINSKY LargeScale Configuration of the Magne
191
Yoli Osaki and HIROMOTo SHIBAHASH Oscillations and Pulsations in
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T FUJIwARA and S Hozumi Global Instability of Thin Stellar Discs
199
TANAKA S IKEUCHI and A HABE Evolution of Disk Galaxies Regulated by Supernova
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THEODORE SIMON Stellar Chromospheres Coronae and Winds Invited
208
ATsUMA YAMASAKI AKIRA OKAZAKI and MASATOSHI KITAMURA Short
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T WICKRAMASINGHE and S MEGGITT The Electron Temperature
287
B Louise WEBSTER L H T AAFFE and A J KALNAIS Line Profiles in Sym
295
KENICHI NOMOTO FRIEDRICHK THIELEMANN KOICHI YOKOI and DAVID
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WIRAMIHARDIA TOMOKAZU KOGURE MAKOTO NAKANO SHI
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G N SALUKVADZE TrapeziumType Multiple Systems
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FREEMAN Dynamics of Disk Galaxies Invited Review
337
A R HYLAND The Galactic Centre Invited Review
343
SHOGo INAGAKI PostCollapse Evolution of SmallN Clusters
367
T KII S HAYAKAWA and F NAGASE Tenma Observations of the XRay
375
CHRISTOPHER F McKEE The Injection of Energy into the Interstellar
383
SøRENAKSEL SøRENSEN The Shape of Spiral Arms
395
MASATOSHI OHISHI NORIO KAIFU HIROKO SUZUKI and MASAKI
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R S STOBIE K ISHIDA Y Yoshii and H T MACGILLIVRAY Star Count
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TETSUO HASEGAwA Star Formation Associated with HighVelocity Mass
421
SIDNEY VANDENBERGH Globular Clusters and Galactic Evolution Invited
435
KAZUNARI SHIBATA and YUTAKA UCHIDA Formation of Astrophysical Jets
443
A CHRISTIAN AND J N HEASLEY Deepest ColourMagnitude Dia
453
MAKOTO TOSA and MASATAKA FUKUNAGA NBody Simulation of Giant
465
JLANSHENG CHEN QSO Absorption Lines Invited Review
473
ALAN STOCKTON The Environment of QSOs Invited Review
487
J G ROBERTSON R F CARswBLL and P A SHAVER Heavy Element
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SATORUIKEUCHI The Baryon Clump Within an Extended Dark Matter
509
CHIYUAN CHIHKANG CHOU and TAJEN LEE The Effects of SelfGravity
515
IYE and M H ULRICH Echelle Spectroscopy of Narrow Line Regions
522
YoshiAKI TANIGUCHI KATSUNORI SHIBATA and KENICHI WAKAMATSU
529
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