Durchmusterung of the special areas treated in Plan of selected areas, by J. C. Kapteyn, published in 1906.
|Contributions||Kapteyn, J. C. 1851-1922.|
|LC Classifications||QB819 .R46|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||54039475|
Durchmusterung of selected areas of the special plan. van Rhijn, Pieter Johannes; Kapteyn, Jacobus Cornelius ; Abstract. Publication: Groningen] Kapteyn Astronomical Laboratory [ Abstract. Publication: Groningen] Kapteyn Astronomical Laboratory [ Pub Date: Bibcode: .V Keywords: STARS: DISTRIBUTION; No Sources Author: Pieter Johannes van Rhijn, Jacobus Cornelius Kapteyn. Full Description: "Jacobus C. Kapteyn () was a Dutch astronomer who contributed heavily to major catalogs of star positions, such as the Cape Photographic Durchmusterung and the Harvard-Groningen Durchmusterung, and arranged extensive international collaboration through his Plan of Selected Areas. He contributed to the establishment of statistical astronomy and structure and . Mount Wilson catalogue of photographic magnitudes in selected areas / by F.H. Seares, J.C. Kapteyn and P.J. van Rhijn ; assisted by Mary C. Joyner and Myrtle L. Richmond Mount Wilson Observatory [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 3 libraries. Durchmusterung of selected areas of the special plan. Vol. I and Vol. II SPD AAS/Solar Physic Division meeting SPhD Soviet Physics Doklady SprRe Sproul Observatory - Swarthmore, Pennsylvania - Reprints SRToh Sci. Rep. Tohoku Univ., Eighth Ser. SSC IRAS Serendipitous Survey Catalog.
Jacobus C. Kapteyn () was a Dutch astronomer who contributed heavily to major catalogs of star positions, such as the Cape Photographic Durchmusterung and the Harvard-Groningen Durchmusterung, and arranged extensive international collaboration through his Plan of Selected : Springer International Publishing. in the 11 Selected Areas of SA 28, 29, 45, 55, 57, 71, 82, 94, , , and of the MWC is given. The data are used to derive magnitude corrections to the MWC for these areas. Ten of the areas are in the Galactic meridional plane (Galactic longitudes of 0 and ). These are the same areas used by Becker in his Basel. The series Advances in Polymer Science presents critical reviews of the present and future trends in polymer and biopolymer science. It covers all areas of research in polymer and biopolymer science including chemistry, physical chemistry, physics, material science. The thematic volumes are. Selected Areas. This was published between and , and was at least partly available for the Kapteyn & van Rhijn analysis. But that was not deep enough. Cru-cial to Kapteyn’s program was the adoption by George Ellery Hale of the Plan as the prime observational program for his new inch telescope at Mount by: 1.
The first three of the peculiar semi-stellar emission nebulae now known as Herbig-Haro objects were detected by Herbig (, ) and by Haro (, ). The initial discoveries were made in the Cited by: Hale’s adoption of the Plan of Selected Areas for the inch required in his view the personal inv olvement of Kapteyn and the latter was in , when the telescope became operational Author: Piet Van Der Kruit. (O) Kapteyn’s plan of selected areas. Books relating to them. (I) Carte du Ciel, catalogues, charts, reference stars for. Reports of conferences and committees: Carte du Ciel. (II) Position - identification and positional durchmusterung. Compilation catalogues. Some observations on the same plan, and extending below — 22°, were carried on during the administration of the late Dr. J. M. Thome at Cordoba, based upon the Cordoba Durchmusterung. The fif- teen northern zones contain the meridian-circle places of about , stars, allowing for the overlapping of the margins of the several zones, iC or.