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Abstract Automated search for star clusters in J, H, K s data from 2MASS catalog has been performed using the method developed by Koposov et al. (2008). We have found and verified 153 new clusters in the interval of the galactic latitude −24° < b < 24°. Color excesses E(B − V), distance moduli...
Abstract Using a consistent perturbation theory for collisionless disk-like and spherical star clusters, we construct a theory of slow modes for systems having an extended central region with a nearly harmonic potential due to the presence of a fairly homogeneous (on the scales of the stellar...
Abstract The results of numerical simulations of light curves and spectra and the influence of special relativity effects at the epoch of supernova shock breakout are considered. The algorithm of the RADA code used in the simulations is described. Prospects for using the numerical simulation...
Abstract We have developed a method for analyzing the kinematic association of isolated relativistic objects-possible remnants of disrupted close binary systems. We investigate pairs of fairly young radio pulsars with known proper motions and estimated distances (dispersion measures) that are...
Abstract We have analyzed our long-term (1995–2008) JHKLM photometry for three variable RV Tau supergiants. It follows from this analysis that: the amplitude of the JHK brightness variations is approximately the same, 0m. 9–1m, for the three stars; a negative linear trend is noticeable in the...
Abstract Plasma flow in the solar wind/interstellar medium interaction region consists of two shock layers bounded by the termination and bow shocks and separated by the heliopause. It is usually accepted that the heliopause is a tangential discontinuity, where the plasma velocity, density and...
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