BASIC SPACE SCIENCE



Proceedings of the second United Nations/European Space Agency Workshop, Bogota, Colombia, 9-13 November, 1992

edited by
Hans J. Haubold
Office for Outer Space, United Nations, New York, NY 10017, U.S.A.
and
Sergio Torres
Department of Physics, University of the Andes, International Centre for Physics (CIP), Bogota, Colombia



ASTROPHYSICS AND SPACE SCIENCE

Volume 214, Nos. 1-2, April 1994

Contents and Contributors

Preface. Magnetospheric plasma interactions; C.-G. Faelthammar. Approximating the solar/stellar energy generation rate, luminosity gradient, and the hydrogen content; J.F. Doorish. Solar neutrino measurement with the radiochemical gallium detector (GALLEX); R. v.Ammon. Astrophysical thermonuclear functions; W.J. Anderson, H.J. Haubold, and A.M. Mathai. Astrometry in the Kerr field in PPN approximation; J. Paez and F. Frutos. Remark on the one-photon-pair annihilation in strong magnetic fields; J. Paez, L. Semionova, and J. Bonatti. Magnetic absorption lines in stellar spectra; L. Semionova, J. Paez, and J. Bonatti. On the natural line width of absorption lines in strong magnetic stellar fields; J. Bonatti. Cosmological implications of COBE's results; S. Torres. Large scale structure at high redshift; Y. Chu. Computational aspects of the gravitational instability problem for a multicomponent cosmological medium; H.J. Haubold and A.M. Mathai. A research program to map the galactic emission at low frequencies; G. De Amici, S. Torres, M. Bensadoun, G. Dall'Oglio, M. Limon, G. Smoot, T. Villela, and C. Witebsky. A balloon-borne imaging telescope for high-energy astrophysics; T. Villela, J. Braga, F. D'Amico, U.B. Jayanthi, and J.A. Neri. The problem of stellar membership in open clusters; E. Brieva and A. Uribe. Use of IUE data in advancing the knowledge of interacting binary stars; J. Sahade. Gamma rays astrophysics; N.J. Martinic. Passive and active SETI strategies using the synchronization of SN1987A; G.A. Lemarchand. Mission to the Universe; J.O. Bennett. NASA's initiative to develop education through astronomy (IDEA); J.O. Bennett and Ch.A. Morrow. Observations and recommendations of the second UN/ESA Workshop on Basic Space Science.



Proceedings of the second United Nations/European Space Agency Workshop, San Jose, Costa Rica, 2-7 November, 1992

edited by
Walter Fernandez
School of Physics, University of Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica
and
Hans J. Haubold
Office for Outer Space, United Nations, New York, NY 10017, U.S.A.



EARTH, MOON, AND PLANETS

Volume 63, No. 2, November 1993

Contents and Contributors

Preface. Surfacial geology of the Chicxulub impact crater, Yucatan, Mexico; K.O. Pope, A.C. Ocampo, and Ch.E. Duller. Variation of the geomagnetic field in Costa Rica during the total solar eclipse of July 11, 1991; J. Brenes, G. Leandro, and W. Fernandez. Air temperature and wind changes in Costa Rica during the total solar eclipse of July 11, 1991; W. Fernandez, V. Castro, and H. Hidalgo. Changes in solar irradiance and atmospheric turbidity in Costa Rica during the total solar eclipse of July, 1991; W. Fernandez, V. Castro, J. Wright, H. Hidalgo, and A. Saenz. Modelling the proto-jovian atmospheres by a simple analytical algorithm; J.F. Doorish. Observations and recommendations of the second UN/ESA Workshop on Basic Space Science.