Volume 2019

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Volume 2019

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A review is given of hypothetical faster-than-light tachyons and the development of the author’s 3+3 model of the neutrino mass states, which includes one tachyonic mass state doublet. Published empirical evidence for the model is summarized,…

The sensitivity of our pulsar observation system with typical integration time of 16 minutes has reached 0.4 mJy after we have upgraded the receiver cooling system of NanShan 25-m radio telescope (NSRT) at Xinjiang Astronomical Observatory (XAO) in…

The initial parameters about resonant orbits in the Earth-Moon system were investigated in this study. Resonant orbits with different ratios are obtained in the two-body problem and planar circular restricted three-body problem (i.e., PCRTBP). It is…

This paper studies the motion of a third body near the 1st family of the out-of-plane equilibrium points, L6,7, in the elliptic restricted problem of three bodies under an oblate primary and a radiating-triaxial secondary. It is seen that the pair of…

This work deals with the nonlinear stability of the elliptical restricted three-body problem with oblate and radiating primaries and the oblate infinitesimal. The stability has been analyzed for the resonance cases around ω1=2ω2 and ω1=3ω2 and also…

Rain attenuation measurement techniques are studied with appropriate prediction of rain attenuation at Ku-band for Koreasat 6. This is accomplished by the establishment of experimental setup in Mokdong at 12.25 GHz link. The databases are analyzed…

We present a new analysis of the two-decade-old controversy over interpretation of satellite observations of total solar irradiance (TSI) since 1978 and the implications of our findings for TSI as a driver of climate change. Our approach compares the…

The Mg II index and sunspot area are usually used to represent the intensification contribution by solar bright structures to total solar irradiance (TSI) and sunspot darkening, respectively. In order to understand the cause of the solar cycle…

With the development of astronomical observation technology, astronomical devices produce more data than ever. Astronomical telescopes are usually far away from city, so the long-distance data transmission between telescope and data center faces…

First CCD photometry for the contact binary MT Cas is performed in 2013 in December. The spectral type of F8V is determined from the low-precision spectrum observed on 2018 Oct 22. With Wilson-Devinney code, the photometric solutions are deduced from…
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