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The bell laboratories H I survey
We present a galactic survey which to date consists of 73,000 positions covering −5° < l < 122°, −1° < b < 1° , observed in the J=1 → 0 line of 13CO to an rms noise level of 0.15 K in 0.68 km s−1Expand
Reddening estimates for galaxies in the Second Reference Catalog and the Uppsala General Catalog
On donne les estimations du rougissement basees sur la methode de Burstein et Heiles (densite de colonne HI, comptages de galaxies) pour environ 13000 galaxies du Catalogue General d'Uppsala, compileExpand
The Millennium Arecibo 21 Centimeter Absorption-Line Survey. II. Properties of the Warm and Cold Neutral Media
We use the Gaussian fit results of Paper I to investigate the properties of interstellar H I in the solar neighborhood. The warm and cold neutral media (WNM and CNM) are physically distinctExpand
9286 Stars: An Agglomeration of Stellar Polarization Catalogs
We present an agglomeration of stellar polarization catalogs with results for 9286 stars. We have endeavored to eliminate errors, provide accurate (approximately arcsecond) positions, weight multipleExpand
MAGNETIC FIELDS IN INTERSTELLAR CLOUDS FROM ZEEMAN OBSERVATIONS: INFERENCE OF TOTAL FIELD STRENGTHS BY BAYESIAN ANALYSIS
The only direct measurements of interstellar magnetic field strengths depend on the Zeeman effect, which samples the line-of-sight component B{sub z} of the magnetic vector. In this paper, we use aExpand
The applicability of the third integral of motion: Some numerical experiments
The problem of the existence of a third isolating integral of motion in an axisymmetric potential is investigated by numerical experiments. It is found that the third integral exists for only aExpand
A millisecond pulsar
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The puzzle of the radio properties of 4C21.53 may be resolved by the discovery and related observations of a fast pulsar, 1937+214, with a period of 1.558 ms in the constellation Vulpecula only a few degrees from the direction to the original pulsar. Expand
H I, galaxy counts, and reddening: Variation in the gas-to-dust ratio, the extinction at high galactic latitudes, and a new method for determining galactic reddening
We reanalyze the interrelationships among Shane-Wirtanen galaxy counts, H I column densities, and reddenings, and resolve many of the problems raised by Heiles. These problems were caused by twoExpand
The Millennium Arecibo 21 Centimeter Absorption-Line Survey. IV. Statistics of Magnetic Field, Column Density, and Turbulence
We discuss observations of the magnetic field, column density, and turbulence in the cold neutral medium (CNM). The observed quantities are only indirectly related to the intrinsic astronomical ones.Expand
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