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

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The observed and derived

TANANBAUM et al . [ 1 ] ) . Note , in particular , that the reduced mass Table I . -

The observed and derived

**parameters**from this analysis are shown in table I (TANANBAUM et al . [ 1 ] ) . Note , in particular , that the reduced mass Table I . -

**Parameters**of Hercules X - 1 . Observed**parameters**I ( average heliocentric ...Page 43

The light curve can , therefore , be used to determine , or set limits , on the

of the light curve can be formulated if the primary is uniformly rotating at an

angular ...

The light curve can , therefore , be used to determine , or set limits , on the

**parameters**of the binary system . A self - consistent procedure for the calculationof the light curve can be formulated if the primary is uniformly rotating at an

angular ...

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In the initial fitting attempts the model was characterized by seven

= disk radius , Ostok = disk tilt relative to orbital plane , 10 = angular thickness of

disk viewed from Her X - 1 , i = observer inclination , lalink = = precession angle ...

In the initial fitting attempts the model was characterized by seven

**parameters**: R= disk radius , Ostok = disk tilt relative to orbital plane , 10 = angular thickness of

disk viewed from Her X - 1 , i = observer inclination , lalink = = precession angle ...

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico del partecipanti al Corso | 1 |

Introduction | 17 |

Сen | 37 |

Copyright | |

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