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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «X-RAY STAR» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «X-RAY STAR»
Discover the use of X-ray star in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to X-ray star and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
You are an x-ray star That's what you are Shining from afar So here you roar You
are an x-ray star My hot red sports car My light in the dark All what I live for You
are an x-ray star You raise the bar More thanjust par My genie in ajar You are my
Gregory Von Lee, 2011
The Handy Astronomy Answer Book
As a percentage of the total radiation emitted by the Sun, however, its an X-raystar's emission is very small. Xray stars may emit thousands of times more X-rays
than visible light radiation. X-ray stars are almost always binary star systems or ...
Charles Liu, 2013
The Magellanic Clouds
4686 emission originates near but not at the X-ray star. The entire Roche lobe of
the X-ray star may be filled by an accretion disk. The existence of a disk was
evidenced by analyses of the optical tvan Paradijs and Zuiderwijk 1977i and UV
Bengt E. Westerlund, 1997
M% and Mv are masses of the X-ray star and the visible star respectively, AT, and
ATV are the orbital velocities of the two stars and i is the orbital inclination. From
a knowledge of r, sin i and P^, one determines/Cm). Ratio of masses q is ...
K. S. Krishnaswamy, 2010
 analyzed the optical light curve, deduced a conservative lower limit of MX >
2.8M0, and concluded that the X-ray star is likely a black hole. Thus, LMC X-3 is a
strong BHC; however, the possibility of it being a massive neutron star primary ...
Walter H. Lewin, Walter H. G. Lewin, Jan van Paradijs, 1997
The Evolving Universe and the Origin of Life: The Search for ...
However, the x-ray star shows no signs of pulsing which could be related to a
rotating neutron star. Studies of the binary motion have shown that the x-ray star
consists of at least 5 solar masses of matter; it can be even ten times heavier than
Pekka Teerikorpi, Mauri Valtonen, K. Lehto, 2008
Suzaku Studies of White Dwarf Stars and the Galactic X-ray ...
... (<50 %), star forming galaxies ('2), and cosmological shocks ('2) aTypical
wavelength/energy ranges in which the background emission is observed
synthesizing the GRXE spectrum using those of known X-ray star populations in
Takayuki Yuasa, 2013
Black Hole Astrophysics: The Engine Paradigm
In both cases the X-rays are produced when matter is accreted from the
companion onto the X-ray star. However, in the LMXB case it is due exclusively to
“Roche lobe overflow” (Fig. 3.5a). This occurs when the companion star expands
David L. Meier, 2009
The World Book Dictionary
X-ray source, = X-ray star. X-ray spectrometer, a spectrometer using X rays by
which the chemical constituents of a substance are separated into their
characteristic spectral lines for identification and determination of their
Exploring the X-ray Universe
They represented the standard X-ray star and accounted for many of the
remarkable properties which attracted attention after the discovery of Sco X- 1 .
The important point is that the enormous gravitational potential of neutron stars
and black ...
Philip A. Charles, Frederick D. Seward, 1995
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