This conference presents invited and contributed papers by international experts devoted to explosive phenomena in cosmic settings as diverse as stellar flares, X-ray bursts, jets, novae, supernovae, hypernovae, and gamma-ray bursts. The conference considered not only the origins of explosive behavior, but also information about the host systems that the explosive phenomena might yield. For example, X-ray bursts can be used to determine structural parameters of neutron stars, and specific types of supernovae can be used as standard candles to study the deceleration of the Hubble expansion.SRI99, Eleventh US National Conference, Stanford, California, 13-15 October 1999 Piero Pianetta, John R. Arthur, Sean Brennan. upstream high vacuum 10a Tom ~-l-P- downstream rough vacuum 10Ad Tom experimental hutch monochromator tank Ap detector ion ... Measured performance A schematic diagram of the beamline optics is shown in Fig. ... A Monte-Carlo ray-tracing program (3) was used to predict the vertical and horizontal source size through a cylindrical mirror and a flatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation|
|Author||:||Piero Pianetta, John R. Arthur, Sean Brennan|
|Publisher||:||Amer Inst of Physics - 2000-01-01|