IAU Symposium 259 presents the first interdisciplinary, comprehensive review of the role of cosmic magnetic fields, involving astronomers and physicists from across the community. Offering both theoretical and observational topics ranging from Earth's habitability to the origin of the universe, this is an invaluable summary for researchers and graduate students.259, 2008 Ac 2009 International Astronomical Union K.G. Strassmeier, A.G. Kosovichev aamp; J.E. Beckman, eds. ... The average S/N ratio is 250. but has been significantly lower during a period of bad fiber alignment (spring to summer 2007) . ... Since the line-profiles are considerably deformed due to the surface activity of the star, it is difficult to reliably derive radial velocities without manual intervention .
|Title||:||Cosmic Magnetic Fields (IAU S259)|
|Author||:||International Astronomical Union. Symposium, Klaus G. Strassmeier, Alexander G. Kosovichev, John E. Beckman, International Astronomical Union|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2009-06-11|