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A high resolution hydrogen line survey of Messier 31. II : The warped flaring hydrogen layer
Some of the global aspects of the H I distribution in M31 are discussed on the basis of the high-resolution survey of the 21-cm line made with the Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope by Brinks and Shane (1984). The ...
A high resolution radio continuum survey of Messier 31. I : Observations at 610 MHz, data reduction, and the 36W catalogue of radio sources
High resolution observations of M31 at 610 MHz (49.2 cm), made with the Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope, are described. The observations and reduction of three full synthesis fields which, after combination, cover M31 ...
A high resolution hydrogen line survey of Messier 31. I : Observations and data reduction
New observations with the Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope are presented of M31 in the 21 cm line of neutral atomic hydrogen. The observations and calibration are described, and the various stages of data reduction are ...
Infrared and optical polarimetry of AM Herculis
Circular polarization observations of AM Herculis have been obtained at wavelengths from 0.55 micron (V) to 2.2 micron (K) using a simultaneous three-channel polarimeter. Polarizations of up to 20 per cent were observed ...
Imaging and polarimetry of the galactic-center in the near infrared
IR images of the Galactic center in H, K, L-prime and M are the bases of the present measurements of positions, magnitudes and colors for 35 sources which can be divided into two classes: those with colors typical of ...
Infrared spectropolarimetry of Seyfert galaxy NGC1068
Although most of the luminosity of Seyfert galaxy nuclei is emitted in the IR, the relative amounts of thermal dust and non-thermal emission are uncertain. Seyfert galaxies generally have smooth and featureless IR spectra, ...