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New aspects of Magellanic cloud research

proceedings of the Second European Meeting on the Magellanic Clouds

by European Meeting on the Magellanic Clouds (2nd 1992 Heidelberg, Germany)

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Magellanic Clouds
    • Subjects:
    • Magellanic Clouds -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementorganized by the Sonderforschungsbereich 328 "Evolution of Galaxies" held at Heidelberg, Germany, 15-17 June 1992 ; B. Baschek, G. Klare, J. Lequeux, eds.
      SeriesLecture notes in physics ;, 416
      ContributionsBaschek, B., 1935-, Klare, Gerhard., Lequeux, James., Sonderforschungsbereich 328.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQB858.5.M33 E97 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 404 p. :
      Number of Pages404
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1739889M
      ISBN 103540564322, 0387564322
      LC Control Number92045282

      In Structure and Evolution of the Magellanic Clouds, IAL Symp. ed. S van den Bergh, K de Boer, p. Dordrecht: Reidel Dordrecht: Reidel Mathewson DS, . New radio continuum surveys of the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds at GHz have been made with the Parkes m radio telescope with a beamwidth of arcmin and an rms noise of about 30 mJy.

      The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) is a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way. At a distance of about 50 kiloparsecs (≈, light-years), the LMC is the second- or third-closest galaxy to the Milky Way, after the Sagittarius Dwarf Spheroidal (~16 kpc) and the possible dwarf irregular galaxy known as the Canis Major on readily visible stars and a mass of Apparent size (V): ° × °. New Aspects of Magellanic Cloud Research: Proceedings of the Second European Meeting on the Magellanic Clouds Organized by the Sonderforschungsbereic (Lecture Notes in Physics) by Bodo Baschek, Gerhard Klare.

      The Magellanic Clouds are comprised of two irregular galaxies, the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) and the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC), which orbit the Milky Way once every 1, million years and each other once every million years. Lying only about , light years away, they were the closest known galaxies to the Milky Way until recently, when the . The rotation of the disk of the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) is derived from the radial velocities of carbon stars. New aspects of this analysis include the propagation of uncertainties in the LMC proper motion with a Monte Carlo, and a self-consistent modeling of the rotation curve and disk kinematics.


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New aspects of Magellanic cloud research by European Meeting on the Magellanic Clouds (2nd 1992 Heidelberg, Germany) Download PDF EPUB FB2

New Aspects of Magellanic Cloud Research Book Subtitle Proceedings of the Second European Meeting on the Magellanic Clouds Organized by the Sonderforschungsbereich „Evolution of Galaxies“ Held at Heidelberg, Germany, 15–17 June New Aspects of Magellanic Cloud Research. Proceedings of the Second European Meeting on the Magellanic Clouds Organized by the Sonderforschungsbereich „Evolution of Galaxies“ Held at Heidelberg, Germany, 15–17 June Table of contents.

The stellar populations in the Magellanic Clouds. New aspects of Magellanic cloud research: proceedings of the Second European Meeting on the Magellanic Clouds Author: B Baschek ; Gerhard Klare ; James Lequeux ; Sonderforschungsbereich New aspects of Magellanic Cloud research: proceedings of the Second European Meeting on the Magellanic Clouds, held at Heidelberg, Germany, June Author: Bodo Baschek ; European Meeting on the Magellanic Clouds (2,Heidelberg) ; Sonderforschungsbereich Entwicklung von Galaxien (Heidelberg).

New aspects of Magellanic cloud research: proceedings of the second european meeting on the Magellanic clouds organized by the Sonderforschungsbereich "Evolution of Galaxies“ held at Heidelberg, Germany, New aspects of Magellanic cloud research book New photometric metallicities are presented for the young globular clusters NGCNGCNGC These results confirm the earlier observed trend of surprisingly low metallicities.

The example of NGC shows that the interpretation of Strömgren colours as a general metallicity indicator becomes questionable, when applied to evolved : Tom Richtler. New photometric metallicities are presented for the young globular clusters NGCNGCNGC These results confirm the earlier observed trend of surprisingly low metallicities.

The example of NGC shows that the interpretation of Stroemgren colors as a general metallicity indicator becomes questionable, when applied to evolved supergiants. the high sensitivity and spectral resolution of the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) there are great opportunities for future research of the mid- and far- infrared properties of the Magellanic Clouds (MCs).

This paper reviews suggested ISO central programme proposals for MC : Stephen C. Russell. from book New aspects of Magellanic Cloud research; European meeting on the Magellanic Cloud, 2nd, SFB No.

'Evolution of Galaxies,' Heidleberg, Germany, June 15. The Magellanic Clouds continue to attract much interest. New data from observations at all wavelengths appear frequently and contribute valuable information regarding the Clouds as galaxies as well as their content of gas, dust and stellar by: Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: G Klare.

Cite this paper as: Hatzidimitriou D., Cannon R. () Kinematics in the Small Magellanic Cloud. In: Baschek B., Klare G., Lequeux J.

(eds) New Aspects of Magellanic Cited by: 3. Magellanic Cloud research with ISO: Authors: Russell, Stephen C. Affiliation: AA(Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Dublin 2, Ieland) Publication: In: New Aspects of Magellanic Cloud research; European meeting on the Magellanic Cloud, 2nd, SFB No.

'Evolution of Galaxies', Heidelberg, Germany, JuneA, p. The Morphology of the Large Magellanic Cloud and Its Surroundings Schmidt-Kaler, Theodor; Abstract.

Not Available. Publication: New Aspects of Magellanic Cloud Research Magellanic Clouds; Morphology; Spiral Galaxies; Stellar Systems; Far Infrared Radiation; H I Regions; What's New [email protected] Social @adsabs ADS Blog Author: Theodor Schmidt-Kaler.

We briefly review the properties of the Luminous Blue Variables (LBVs) of the Magellanic Clouds (MCs) and discuss some new results about LBVs. Special emphasis is given to the recently discovered inverse P Cyg absorption in S Dor and Rthe peculiar LBV R of the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) and to R 40, the first LBV discovered in the Small Magellanic Cloud Cited by: 1.

Recent abundance determinations of B-type stars located in different parts of the Magellanic Clouds are presented and discussed. Publication: New Aspects of Magellanic Cloud ResearchCited by: 2.

In: New Aspects of Magellanic Cloud research; European meeting on the Magellanic Cloud, 2nd, SFB No. 'Evolution of Galaxies', Heidelberg, Germany, JuneA, p.

21 Publication Date. New Aspects of Magellanic Cloud Research: Proceedings of the Second European Meeting on the Magellanic Clouds Organized by the Sonderforschungsbereich „Evolution of Galaxies“ Held at Heidelberg, Germany, 15–17 June CO in the Large Magellanic Cloud - a SEST key project: Authors: Booth, R.

Affiliation: AA(Chalmers University of Technology, Onsala, Sweden) Publication: In: New Aspects of Magellanic Cloud research; European meeting on the Magellanic Cloud, 2nd, SFB No.

'Evolution of Galaxies', Heidelberg, Germany, JuneA, p. In we began a hydrogen alpha survey of the Milky Way and the Magellanic clouds at ESO La Silla with a 36 cm telescope. We discuss briefly the specialized instrumentation used for this survey (telescope, focal reducer, scanning Fabry-Perot interferometer photon counting system).

We present some aspects about the data reduction in order to give show the quality of our Author: Etienne le Coarer, Margarita Rosado, Yvon Georgelin, Annick Viale. A new high sensitivity radio survey of the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) has been undertaken at GHz.

Evidence for large-scale star-forming filaments has come from this new data.In: New Aspects of Magellanic Cloud research; European meeting on the Magellanic Cloud, 2nd, SFB No. 'Evolution of Galaxies', Heidelberg, Germany, JuneA, p.

Publication Date.The Magellanic Clouds (or Nubeculae Magellani) are two irregular dwarf galaxies visible in the Southern Celestial Hemisphere; they are members of the Local Group and are orbiting the Milky Way galaxy.

Because both show signs of a bar structure.