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Superluminal radio sources

Superluminal radio sources

proceedings of a workshop in honor of Professor Marshall H. Cohen, held at Big Bear Solar Observatory, California, October 28-30, 1986

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cohen, Marshall H. 1926-,
  • Superluminal radio sources (Astronomy) -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by J. Anton Zensus and Timothy J. Pearson.
    ContributionsCohen, Marshall H. 1926-, Zensus, J. Anton., Pearson, Timothy J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB475.A1 S85 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 361 p. :
    Number of Pages361
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2389588M
    ISBN 10052134560X
    LC Control Number87018818

      A new interpretation of nearly 40 years of interstellar signals and the prophetic message they contain• Contains extensive analysis of pulsar data, revealing new ideas about the origins and functions of pulsars• Provides proof of an extraterrestrial communication network Pages: The first superluminal source in Indus is unknown.. The field of superluminal astronomy is the result of observations and theories about superluminal sources detected in the sky above.. The first astronomical superluminal source discovered may have been the Sun.. But, superluminal rays from the Sun are intermingled with other radiation so that the Sun may appear as other than a primary source.

    Written by two prominent figures in radio astronomy, this well-established, graduate-level textbook is a thorough and up-to-date introduction to radio telescopes and techniques. It is an invaluable overview for students and researchers turning to radio astronomy for the first time. The first half of the book describes how radio telescopes work - from basic antennas and single aperture dishes. If the path L of a superluminal source along the boundary surface is large enough, radiation would have a narrow angular distribution characteristic for traditional sources of Cherenkov radiation. In the experiment, however, the path L of the superluminal source along the foil is only a few (three to four) by:

    Topics in the book The Unreal Universe.. The Unreal Universe is an inquiry into the realness of reality as reflected in the basic assumptions of physics. It examines these assumptions using metaphysical views of reality. More than a philosophical inquiry, the book actually applies these views in explaining certain astrophysical phenomena such as Gamma-ray bursts and symmetric radio sources.   "[This] book is oveflowing with documented scientific explanations of how supernovae, which have extremely consistent and regular pulses of radio waves, have a high possibility of being of intelligent origin.", David Paulsen, New Age Retailer, Resource Guide, "Now be warned, this is a very technical book/5(15).


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adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86ACited by: 1.

Several compact radio sources studied with VLBI show apparent transverse velocities much greater than the speed of light.

This review is a summary of VLBI observations of these “superluminal” sources as of August The physical models proposed to explain this phenomenon are also by: 8. In astronomy, superluminal motion is the apparently faster-than-light motion seen in some radio galaxies, BL Lac objects, quasars, blazars and recently also in some galactic sources called of energy moving out along the relativistic jets emitted from these objects can have a proper motion that appears greater than the speed of light.

Title: Book Review: Superluminal radio sources. / CUP, Book Authors: Zensus, J. A.; Pearson, T. Review Author: Kerr, F. Publication: Comments on. Superluminal motion explained. In astronomy, superluminal motion is the apparently faster-than-light motion seen in someradio galaxies, BL Lac objects, quasars, blazars and recently also in some galactic sources called microquasars.

Bursts of energy moving out along the relativistic jets emitted from these objects can have a proper motion that appears greater than the speed of light.

Get this from a library. Superluminal radio sources: proceedings of a workshop in honor of Professor Marshall H. Cohen, held at Big Bear Solar Observatory, California, October[Marshall H Cohen; J Anton Zensus; Timothy J Pearson;]. Add Video Add Image Write the first paragraph of your page here.

In astronomy, superluminal motion is the apparently faster-than-light motion seen in someradio galaxies, quasars and recently also in some galactic sources called microquasars. All of these sources are thought to contain a black hole, responsible for the ejection of mass at high velocities.

When first observed in the early s. Faster-than-light (also superluminal or FTL) communications and travel are the conjectural propagation of information or matter faster than the speed of light.

The special theory of relativity implies that only particles with zero rest mass may travel at the speed of light. Tachyons, particles whose speed exceeds that of light, have been hypothesized, but their existence would violate. These images provide a large enough sample to study, for example, the variety of morphologies exhibited by compact radio sources, cosmological evolution, superluminal motion, and misalignment.

We showed that it closely resembles GRBs and DRAGNs if we were to extend the calculations to light, although a luminal boom would necessitate superluminal motion and is therefore forbidden. This difficulty notwithstanding, we presented a unified model for Gamma Ray Bursts and jet like radio sources based on bulk superluminal motion.

Some of the most intriguing and fascinating aspects of superluminal phenomena are studied, by describing and discussing, from a radically new standpoint related to the picture of QED coherence in matter, a series of theoretical explorations probing the possibility that.

Abstract. The superluminal knots of VLBI-sources are widely believed to be shocks travelling along relativistic jets. So far only very simple quasi-one dimensional models Cited by: Superluminal apparent motions in distant radio sources Article (PDF Available) in American Journal of Physics 73(7) July with 15 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Polarization Variability of Some Compact Radio Sources.- Cm-Wavelength Fluxes and Polarizations of Compact Extra-Galactic X-Ray Sources.- Rotating Structures in Extragalactic Variable Radio Sources.- Depolarization of Extragalactic Radio Sources.- The Optical Polarization of QSOs.- Superluminal Radio Sources.- Superluminal Expansion of 3C On the th anniversary of Marconi's successful experiment on radio broadcasting, astronomers from all over the world met in Bologna (Italy) for five days, to update their knowledge of the physics and statistical properties of powerful extragalactic radio sources.

Since their discovery. Cygnus A (Third Cambridge Catalogue of Radio Sources 3C ) is a radio galaxy, and one of the strongest radio sources in the sky, along with Cassiopeia A, and Puppis A were the first "radio stars" identified with an optical source; of these, Cygnus A became the first radio galaxy; the other two being nebulae inside the Milky Way.

Radio astronomy is a mix of engineering, physics, and astronomy. This book covers these disciplines with good attention to detail and excellent in-text references for further research.

The engineering aspects of radio astronomy deal with antennas and radiometers (various sorts of receivers and spectrometers). The factors that limit a telescope's effectiveness at coupling radiation into the Author: Gordon McIntosh.

Paul LaViolette’s 25 years of research into the precisely timed radio pulses from extraterrestrial sources known as pulsars shows that they are distributed in the sky in a nonrandom fashion, often marking key galactic locations, and that their signals are of intelligent origin, warning about a past galactic core explosion that could recur in the near future.

SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Title: Book-Review - Superluminal Radio Sources Authors: Zensus, J. & Pearson, T. Journal: Journal of the British. In astronomy, superluminal motion is the apparently faster-than-light motion seen in some radio galaxies, BL Lac objects, quasars and recently also in some galactic sources called of these sources are thought to contain a black hole, responsible for the ejection of mass at high velocities.

When first observed in the early s, superluminal motion was taken to be a piece of. But a dozen years after their discovery, the so-called superluminal sources remain a major cosmic puzzle.

So far, such speedy matter has been associated with seven radio sources.Here we present a unified kinematical model for double-lobed symmetric radio sources and gamma ray bursts in the light of how we perceive motion. Gamma ray bursts can be viewed as an effect similar to the sonic boom in supersonic motion.

The auditory world has another effect analogous to the radio sources.IAU Sympos Extragalactic Radio Sources, was held at Albuquerque, New Mexico AugustIt was co-sponsored by IAU Commissi 40, 47 and 48 and by URSI Commission J.

Financial and organizational support were provided by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, the University ofBrand: Springer Netherlands.