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Table of contents

  1. C. R. Gwinn
    Pages 239-242
  2. V. Migenes, R. J. Cohen
    Pages 243-243
  3. J. M. Moran, M. J. Reid, C. R. Gwinn
    Pages 244-247
  4. James M. Cordes
    Pages 251-254
  5. J. Hansen, R. S. Booth, B. Dennison, P. J. Diamond
    Pages 255-258
  6. Robert L. Mutel
    Pages 259-263
  7. Zulema Abraham, J. W. S. Vilas Boas
    Pages 267-270
  8. Priscilla J. Benson, Irene R. Little-Marenin, Robert R. Cadmus Jr.
    Pages 271-274
  9. David A. Boboltz, John H. Simonetti, P. J. Diamond, Jeffrey A. Uphoff, Brian Dennison
    Pages 275-278
  10. Andrew W. Clegg
    Pages 279-282
  11. Michael J. Kaufman, David A. Neufeld
    Pages 287-290
  12. Irene R. Little-Marenin, Priscilla J. Benson, Robert R. Cadmus Jr.
    Pages 295-298
  13. Demetrios Matsakis
    Pages 299-302
  14. G. M. Pacheco, E. Scalise Jr.
    Pages 303-306
  15. Gerardo A. Scappaticci, William D. Watson
    Pages 307-310
  16. John H. Simonetti, P. J. Diamond, Jeffrey A. Uphoff, David Boboltz, Brian Dennison
    Pages 311-314
  17. Alwyn Wootten
    Pages 315-318
  18. P. F. Bowers
    Pages 321-329
  19. B. M. Lewis
    Pages 334-337
  20. B. M. Lewis
    Pages 338-341
  21. Jessica M. Chapman, N. E. B. Killeen, P. te Lintel Hekkert, J. L. Caswell, J. Harnett
    Pages 345-348
  22. Jessica M. Chapman, P. te Lintel Hekkert, N. E. .B. Killeen
    Pages 349-352
  23. R. J. Cohen
    Pages 357-360
  24. Alan J. Collison, Gerald E. Nedoluha
    Pages 361-364
  25. E. Gérrad, G. Bourgois
    Pages 365-368
  26. Geoffrey F. Lawrence
    Pages 373-375
  27. M. C. Shepherds, M. E. West, R. J. Cohens, M. J. Gaylard
    Pages 380-383
  28. Huib Jan van Langevelde, Marco Spaans
    Pages 388-391
  29. Anders Winnberg, Michael Lindqvist, Harm J. Habing
    Pages 392-395
  30. Javier Alcolea, Karl M. Menten
    Pages 399-402
  31. D. Engels, A. Winnberg, J. Brand, C. M. Walmsley
    Pages 403-406
  32. Hiroshi Takaba, Makoto Miyoshi, Nobuharu Ukita
    Pages 411-414
  33. J. A. Yates
    Pages 415-418
  34. V. Bujarrabal, J. Alcolea, A. Martínez, A. Barcia, J. D. Gallego, J. Gómez-González et al.
    Pages 421-424
  35. J. Cernicharo, V. Buiarrabal, J. L. Santarén
    Pages 425-428
  36. Francisco Colomer
    Pages 429-432
  37. Philip Lockett, Moshe Elitzur
    Pages 437-440
  38. Makoto Miyoshi, Knife team
    Pages 441-444
  39. Nimesh A. Paten, Antony Joseph, R. Ganesan, C. S. Shukre
    Pages 445-448
  40. Robert E. Stencel
    Pages 449-452
  41. Michael J. Mumma
    Pages 455-467

About these proceedings

Introduction

In this volume the full range of astrophysical maser research is covered, with contributions from many of the foremost researchers in the field. The topics include masers in star-forming, circumstellar and extragalactic environments, solar system masers, newly discovered masing transitions, variability, proper-motion studies, and theory. Since this was the first ever conference devoted exclusively to astrophysical masers, these proceedings provide a reference for this field which has not previously been available. "Astrophysical Masers" will be useful both to those who wish to study the physics of masers, and to those who wish to better understand the astrophysically important regions with which they are associated.

Keywords

Maser Variation astronomy circumstellar shells galaxy interstellar molecules interstellare Moleküle masers milky way radio astronomy solar system spectroscopy star star formation telescope

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-56343-1
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag 1993
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-56343-3
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-47536-1
  • Series Print ISSN 0075-8450
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-6361
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