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On a spectral pattern of the Von-Neumann probes

@article{Osmanov2020OnAS,
  title={On a spectral pattern of the Von-Neumann probes},
  author={Z. N. Osmanov},
  journal={Journal of the British Interplanetary Society},
  year={2020},
  volume={73},
  pages={1}
}
  • Z. Osmanov
  • Published 1 July 2020
  • Physics
  • Journal of the British Interplanetary Society
In this paper we have extended our previous work \citep{probe1} and considered spectral characteristics of interstellar non-relativistic Type-II and Type-III Von-Neumann probes. It has been shown that by means of the proton capture, required for replication, strong bremstrahlung emission will be generated. We have found that for both types of civilizations the probes might be visible mainly in the infrared spectral band, but as it has been found the probes might be visible in the ultraviolet as… 

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