## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 65N. Zanichelli, 1978 - Nuclear physics |

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8 h for Cyg X - 3 ) that is interpreted as

This motion determines the so - called mass function ( according to the following

straightforward result of Newton ' s laws for elliptical

8 h for Cyg X - 3 ) that is interpreted as

**orbital**motion in a binary system of stars .This motion determines the so - called mass function ( according to the following

straightforward result of Newton ' s laws for elliptical

**orbits**) m sinį ( r , sin i ) ...Page 115

3 that the

symmetric in

corresponding to q = 0 . 0 and q = 0 . 5 in each of the two symmetric light curves .

) Since we are ...

3 that the

**orbits**corresponding to the two symmetry points are themselvessymmetric in

**orbital**phase . Thus there are actually 4 symmetry points ,corresponding to q = 0 . 0 and q = 0 . 5 in each of the two symmetric light curves .

) Since we are ...

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Figure 17 clearly implies that to produce a 7

which X - rays are observed implies an elevation ... The large departure of the

disk from the

the ...

Figure 17 clearly implies that to produce a 7

**orbit**( 12 day or ~ 120° ) period inwhich X - rays are observed implies an elevation ... The large departure of the

disk from the

**orbital**plane implied by the optical data is strongly dependent onthe ...

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### Contents

Why are the stars as they are? | 1 |

Krzeminskis StarCen | 5 |

The theory of degenerate configurations the limiting | 7 |

Copyright | |

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absorption accretion amplitude analysis antenna approximation assumed Astrophys BAHCALL binary black hole calculated colors considered consistent core corresponding cycle Cyg X-1 density dependence detail detected detectors determined dips discussed disk distance eclipse effect electromagnetic electron emission energy equation estimate existence expected field Figure flux frequency function geometry give given gravitational gravitational collapse important increases indicated intensity interesting Journ less Lett light curve limit lines magnetic mass measurements motion Nature neutron star noise observed obtained occur optical orbital parameters particle period phase Phys position possible potential present primary pulsations pulse radiation radio range ratio region relative rotation scale sensitivity shown shows spectrum stellar stellar wind suggested surface temperature transducer values variable variations velocity X-ray sources