Accession Number:

AD0647241

Title:

QUASI-STELLAR SOURCES AND GRAVITATIONAL COLLAPSE,

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

SOUTHWEST CENTER FOR ADVANCED STUDIES DALLAS TX

Report Date:

1965-01-01

Pagination or Media Count:

476.0

Abstract:

Contents include Gravitational collapse Properties of massive objects Relativistic astrophysics Massive stars, relativistic polytropes, and gravitational radiation Massive stars in quasi-static equilibrium Collapse of massive stars Instability of a toridal magnetic geon against gravitational collapse Stability of multistar systems Gravitational collapse and rotation Galaxies identified with radio sources Structure of the extra-galactic radio sources Brightness distribution in discrete radio sources Quasi-stellar radio sources 3C 48 and 3C 273 Galactic interstellar absorption lines in the spectrum of 3C 273 Proper motion of 3C 273 Light variations of 3C 273 Optical identification of 3C 48, 3C 196, and 3C 286 with stellar objects Optical identification of three new radio objects of the 3C 48 class Intensity variations of 3C 48, 3C 196, and 3C 273 in optical wavelengths Redshifts of the quasi-stellar radio sources 3C 47 and 3C 147 Brightness of 3C 273 Mechanism of radiation of the galaxy 3C 273B Magnetic fields of collapsing masses and the nature of superstars Origin of radio sources Distribution of ionized hydrogen in some radio galaxies An explosion in the center of the galaxy M82 Occurrence of violent events in the nuclei of galaxies Radio structure of 3C 273 and spectra of radio sources Radio spectra of a variety of non-thermal radio sources Gradients of galaxies Dipole magnetic fields of galactic dimensions Superdense equilibrium stars Formation of neutron stars and their surface properties Neutron stars.

Subject Categories:

  • Astrophysics

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE