## 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 y = 0 . 0 and p = 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 y = 0 . 0 and p = 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

Gruppo fotografico del partecipanti al Corso | 1 |

Introduction | 17 |

Сen | 37 |

Copyright | |

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