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Stellar Pulsation: Proceedings of a Conference Held as a Memorial to John P. Cox at the Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA, August 11–15,1986 [Lecture Notes in Physics 274] by  eds  W. M. Sparks & S. G. Starrfield - First Edition, First Printing - 1987 - from Uncommon Works, IOBA and

Stellar Pulsation: Proceedings of a Conference Held as a Memorial to John P. Cox at the Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA, August 11–15,1986 [Lecture Notes in Physics 274]

by A. N. Cox, W. M. Sparks & S. G. Starrfield, eds

Condition: Very good/none as issued

Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1987. First Edition, First Printing. Cloth. Very good/none as issued. A very good, first edition, first printing. Brown, mustard and white cloth boards. Binding is sturdy, square and tight. Previous owner's name stamped neatly on top edge, bottom front corner heavily bumped. Text clean and bright. No dust jacket as issued. Illustrated with formulas, b/w photos, graphs, and drawings. xiv, 422 [2] pp. Octavo, 6 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches tall. Early scientific activities of John Paul Cox, Charles A. Whitney; The evolution of variable stars, Stephen A. Becker; Evolution of cepheids with pulsationally driven mass loss; W. M. Brunish, L. A. Willson; Mixing core material into the envelopes of red giants, Robert G. Deupree; Pulsations of B stars-A review of observations and theories, Arthur N. Cox; Stability of radial and non-radial pulsation modes of massive ZAMS models C, A. P. Odell, A. Pausenwein, W. W. Weiss, A. Hajek; Linear nonadiabatic pulsations of homogeneous ZAMS stars, J. H. Cahn, A. N. Cox, D. A. Ostlie; Thirteen-color photometry of BW-Vulpeculae: Revisited, Manuel Alvarez, Ramón Michel; Spectroscopy and photometry of the optical photosphere of BW Vulpeculae: Radiative transfer, ionization, and opacity effects, Arthur Young, Chester Haag, Greg Crinklaw, Ingemar Furenlid; BW Vulpeculae pulsation kinematics, Ingemar Furenlid, Thomas Meylan, Arthur Young; High resolution observations of iota herculis, J. M. Le Contel, D. Ducatel, J. P. Sareyan, P. J. Morel, E. Chapellier, A. Endignoux; The observational status of cephei stars, L. A. Balona; Periodic line profile and photometric variations in mid-b stars, C.L. Waelkens; Nonlinear behavior of nonradial oscillations in per, Myron A. Smith, Alex W. Fullerton, John R. Percy; The nature of 53 persei, L. A. Belong; Preliminary results of a survey for line profile variations among the O stars, A. W. Fullerton, D. R. Gies, C. T. Bolton; The Maia stars - A real class of variable stars, Bernard J. McNamara; Empirical-theoretical modeling of Be variable mass-loss via variable: Photospheric mass-outflow; Coronal opacity; Radiation-amplified wind-piston, driving pulsating cool-envelope, Vera Doazan, Richard N. Thomas; Low frequency oscillations of uniformly rotating stars and a possible excitation mechanism for variable B stars, Umin Lee, Hideyuki Saio; Oscillations in massive spinning stars, D. Narasimha, S. R. Sreenivasan; Rapidly oscillating Ap stars and Delta Scuti variables, Hiromoto Shibahashi; The unusual Delta Scuti star 2 Tau, Michel Breger, E. Antonello, L. Mantegazza, Huang Lin, Jiang Shi-yang, Guo Zi-he; Period variations in SX PHE stars: CY AQR, DY PEG and HD 94033, J. H. Penal, R. Penichel, S. F. González, M. A. Hobart; Far-ultraviolet observations of the Delti-Scuti variable Beta Cassiopeiae, Thomas R. Ayres, Jeffrey O. Bennett; Recent observations of some rapidly oscillating Ap stars, D. W. Kurtz; Are there any true set Ap stars? Tobias J. Kreidl; Searches for rapid line profile variations of two pulsating CP2 stars: HD 128898 and HD 201601, H. Schneider, W. W. Weiss, T. J. Kreidl, A. P. Odell; Nonradial pulsations of Scuti stars, D. S. King, A. N. Cox; Cepheids: Problems and possibilities, Norman R. Simon; A possible solution to the cepheid mass problem? Erika Böhm-Vitense; The mass of the classical Cepheid SU Cygni, Nancy Remage Evans, C. Thomas Bolton; BM cas: Rosetta stone Manqué, J. D. Fernie; Cepheid period-radius relations, Thomas J. Moffett, Thomas G. Barnes III; The cepheid temperature scale, Edward G. Schmidt; Properties of the light curves of s-Cepheids, E. Antonello, E. Poretti; Light curves for Cepheids in NGC 6822, Edward G. Schmidt, Norman R. Simon; The luminosities of the binary Cepheids SU Cyg, SU Cas, and W Sgr, Nancy Remage Evans, Armando Arellano-Ferro; Frequency analysis of the unusual short-period Cepheid EU Tauri, Jaymie M. Matthews, Wolfgang P. Gieren; Double mode pulsators in the instability strip, E. Antonello, L. Mantegazza, E. Poretti; Fourier decomposition of LMC cepheid light curves, G. K. Andreasen, J. O. Petersen; Time-dependent fourier analysis, application to nonlinear pulsations of stellar models, C. G. Davis, G. Kovácks, J. R. Buchler; A study of time-evolving hydrodynamic cepheid models, Keiichi Uji-Iye, Toshiki Aikawa, Toshihito Ishida, Mine Takeuti; Hydrodynamic models of bump cepheids, Toshiki Aikawa; Modeling of cepheid behavior in the infrared, Robert Hindsley, R. A. Bell; Field RR Lyrae stars, J. Lub; On the mixed-mode RR lyrae variables in the globular cluster Ic 4499, Christine M Clement, James M Nemec, R J Dickens, Elizabeth A Bingham; VBLUW photometry of RR Lyrae stars in cen and M4, J. W. de Bruijn, J. Lub; A surface brightness analysis of eight RR Lyrae stars, Suzanne L. Hawley, Thomas G. Barnes III, Thomas J. Moffett; A universal period-infrared luminosity relation for RR Lyraes? J. A. Fernley, A. J. Longmore, R. F. Jameson; Nonlinear RR Lyrae models with time dependent convection, D. A. Ostlie, A. N. Cox; The structure of variable star light curves, R. F. Stellingwerf, M. Donohoe; Long-period variables, P. R. Wood; Multiperiodicity in the light curve of alpha orionis, M. Karovska; A periodic variation in the radial velocity of arcturus, R. S. McMillan, P. H. Smith, W. J. Merline; RHO Cassiopeiae: A hyperbright radial pulsator? Yaron Sheffer; Population II variables, Hugh C. Harris; Simultaneous optical and infrared photometry of RV Tauri stars, M. J. Goldsmith, A. Evans, J. S. Albinson, M. F. Bode; RV Tauri stars: The resonance hypothesis, John K. Worrell; Comparison of observational and theoretical parameters for short-period Type II cepheid variables, T. R. Carson, S. P. A. Lawrence; Some current problems in helioseismology, Timothy M. Brown; The intermediate-degree f-mode multiplets of the sun, O. F. Rabaey, H. A. Hill, C. T. Harry; Comparison of 1983 and 1979 SCLERA observations, Leon Yi, W. M. Czarnowski; Confirmation of detection and classification of low-order, low-degree, acoustic modes with 1985 observations, Paul H. Oglesby; R-mode oscillations in the sun, Jane B. Blizard, Charles L. Wolff, Inverse problem of solar oscillations, Takashi Sekii, Hiromoto Shibahashi; Nonadiabatic, nonradial solar oscillations, R. B. Kidman, A. N. Cox; Pulsational analyses of post planetary nebula central stars and degenerate dwarfs, Sumner Starrfield; Constraints on the atmospheric compositions of PG1159-035 and similar pulsating stars, James Liebert; PG 1346+082: An interacting binary white dwarf system, M. A. Wood, D. E. Winget, R. E. Nather, James Liebert, F. Wesemael, G. Wegner; A search for hot pulsators similar to PG 1159-035 and the central star of K 1-16, Howard E. Bond, Albert D. Grauer, James Liebert, Thomas Fleming, Richard F. Green; What are high l modes, if anything? J. E. Hestand; Pulsations of white dwarf stars with thick hydrogen or helium surface layers, Arthur N. Cox, Sumner G. Starrfield, Russell B. Kidman, W. Dean Pesnell; Ensampling white dwarf g-modes, W. Dean Pesnell; Uniform period spacings in white dwarf models, Steven D. Kawaler; Theoretical expression for the rates of chance of non-radial pulsation periods in rapidly evolving stars, P. Smeyers, P. Bruggen; Secular instabilities of rotating neutron stars, Robert A. Managan; Nonlinear pulsations of luminous He stars, Charles R. Proffitt, Arthur N. Cox; Pulsations of cataclysmic variables, Brian Warner; On the 9.25 minute X ray oscillations of V471 Tauri, Edward M. Sion; Hydrodynamic studies of oxygen, neon, and magnesium novae, Sumner Starrfield, W. M. Sparks, J. W. Truran; Capabilities of the hubble space telescope for variable-star research, Howard E. Bond; An asteroseismology explorer, Timothy M. Brown, Arthur N. Cox.
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  • Title: Stellar Pulsation: Proceedings of a Conference Held as a Memorial to John P. Cox at the Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA, August 11–15,1986 [Lecture Notes in Physics 274]
  • Author: A. N. Cox, W. M. Sparks & S. G. Starrfield, eds
  • Format/binding: Cloth
  • Book condition: Used - Very good
  • Jacket condition: none as issued
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First Edition, First Printing
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • ISBN 10: 3540176683
  • ISBN 13: 9783540176688
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag
  • Place: Berlin
  • Date published: 1987
  • Keywords: astronomy, astrophysics, Asteroseismology, LOPES, Population, Variation, helioseismology, photometry, planet, spectroscopy, star, sun, telescope, white dwarf
  • Bookseller catalogs: Science & Technology;
  • Subjects: SCIENCE / General;


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