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Long-term X-ray observations of Cen X-3, GX 301-2 (4U 1223-62) GX 304-1 (4U 1258-61), and 4U 1145-61
We present 7 year (1969--1976) X-ray time histories for the sources Cen X-3, GX 301--2, GX 304--1, and 4U 1145--61, with 10 day time resolution. Time series analysis confirms the 41.5 day periodicityExpand
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Invisibility of the Lorentz Contraction
It is shown that, if the apparent directions of objects are plotted as points on a sphere surrounding the observer, the Lorentz transformation corresponds to a conformal transformation on the surfaceExpand
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Distributions of Fission Neutron Numbers
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Discovery of a 176 day period in 4U 1820-30
Long-term X-ray observations of the X-ray burster 4U 1820-30 (in NGC 6624) reveal a significant 176.4 +/- 1.3 day period. These data were obtained by a 3-12 keV detector on the Vela 5B satelliteExpand
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Long-term observations of x-ray sources: The aquila-serpens-scutum region
We present long-term (1969-1976) observations of galactic X-ray sources in the Aquila-Serpens-Scutum region. Data were obtained by the 3--12 keV detector on the Vela 5B satellite. The time historiesExpand
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Movements of Adult Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis) in the Savannah River, Georgia
Abstract During 1973, 1974, and 1975 movements of 33 striped bass [Morone saxatilis (Walbaum)] in the Savannah River, Georgia were followed through the use of ultrasonic and radio transmitters.Expand
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The 1973 X-ray transient V0332+53
A bright transient x-ray source, V0332+53, was observed by Vela 5B for 3 months in 1973. It was first clearly detected in the 10 day period centered on 1973 June 1, rose to an intensity of approx.1.4Expand
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Habitat suitability information: Yellow perch
PREFACE The habitat use information and Habitat Suitabil ity Index (HSI) model s presented in this document are an aid for impact assessment and habitat management activities. Literature concerning aExpand
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Fission Neutron Spectra and Nuclear Temperatures
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Evidence for an about 300 day period in Cygnus X-1
We present the time history of X-ray emission from Cyg X-1 over an 11 year period, with 10 day resolution. The data were obtained by experiments on the Vela 5B (1969--1979) and Ariel 5 (1974--1980)Expand
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