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– 2 – With the successful launch of Chandra and XMM/Newton X-ray space missions combined with the lower-energy band observations, we are now in the position where careful comparison of neutron star cooling theories with observations will make it possible to distinguish among various competing theories. For instance , the latest theoretical and observational(More)
Three High Frequency (HF) ocean radar stations were installed around the Soya/La Perouse Strait in the Sea of Okhotsk in order to monitor the Soya Warm Current (SWC). The frequency of the HF radar is 13.9 MHz, and the range and azimuth resolutions are 3 km and 5 deg., respectively. The radar covers a range of approximately 70 km from the coast. The surface(More)
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