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Let \(\text M\)be an n-dimensional manifold which is minimally immersed in a unit sphere \(S^{n+p}\)of dimension \(n+p.\)

This is an elementary introduction to a method for studying harmonic maps into symmetric spaces, and in particular for studying constant mean curvature (CMC) surfaces, that was developed by J.… (More)

- Neil Gehrels, C. L. Sarazin, +74 authors R. Wijers
- Nature
- 2005

Short gamma-ray burstsGamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are either ‘long and soft’, or ‘short and hard’. The long-duration type leave a strong afterglow and have been extensively studied. So we have a good… (More)

- Gianpiero Tagliaferri, M. Goad, +32 authors A. Wells
- Nature
- 2005

Swift responseThe Swift satellite, launched in November last year, is designed to study γ-ray bursts (GRBs) as soon as they happen. GRBs are the most powerful explosions known in the Universe, and… (More)

- S. D. Barthelmy, Guido Chincarini, +28 authors R. Wijers
- Nature
- 2005

Hard evidenceGamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are either ‘long and soft’, or ‘short and hard’. It is now clear that the long-duration type are caused by explosions of massive stars in distant star-forming… (More)

A model amorphous alloy of Cu57Zr43 (1533 atoms) constructed using modified Lennard-Jones 4–8 potentials was deformed in computer under a periodic boundary condition. The bulk modulus calculated gave… (More)

It is known that complex constant mean curvature ({\sc CMC} for short) immersions in $\mathbb C^3$ are natural complexifications of {\sc CMC}-immersions in $\mathbb R^3$. In this paper, conversely we… (More)

The paper shows the existence of several new families of noncompact constant mean curvature surfaces: (i) singly punctured surfaces of arbitrary genus , (ii) doubly punctured tori, and (iii) doubly… (More)

We construct constant mean curvature (CMC) bubbleton surfaces in the three-dimensional space forms R 3 , S 3 and H 3 using the DPW method. We show that bubbletons in S 3 and H 3 have properties… (More)