Astrophysical Bulletin presents original and review papers in various fields of modern astrophysics. Topics covered include problems of astrophysical observations of stars and galaxies, cosmology, astrophysical instrumentation.
Astrophysical Bulletin traditionally publishes the results of original research in various branches of modern astronomy and astrophysics, including observational and theoretical astrophysics, physics of the Sun, radioastronomy, stellar astronomy, extragalactic astronomy, cosmology, astronomy methods and instrumentation. It also publishes scientific reviews, chronicles, and proceedings of international conferencesPEER REVIEW
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IFU Unit in Scorpio-2 Focal Reducer for Integral-Field Spectroscopy on the 6-m Telescope of the Special Astrophysical Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences
The Results of Observing the Astroclimate on the Crimean Peninsula in the Shortwave Part of the Millimeter Wavelength Range
Stars with Discrepant v sin i as Derived from the Ca II 3933 and Mg II 4481 Å Lines. VII. HD9531 (SB), HD31592 (SB2), HD129174 (SB?)
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- Astrophysical Bulletin
- Volume 62 / 2007 - Volume 73 / 2018
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