Eclipse Phenomena in Astronomy [E-Book] / by F. Link.
Link, F., (author)
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer, 1969
X, 272 p. 19 illus. online resource.
englisch
9783642864759
10.1007/978-3-642-86475-9
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Table of Contents:
  • 1. Lunar Eclipses
  • 1.1. Introduction to Lunar Eclipses
  • 1.2. Photometrical Theory of the Umbra
  • 1.3. Photometry of Lunar Eclipses
  • 1.4. Lunar Luminescence
  • 1.5. Increase of the Shadow
  • 1.6. Thermal Phenomena during Lunar Eclipses
  • 2. Eclipses of Artificial Earth Satellites
  • 2.1. Preliminary Remarks
  • 2.2. General Conditions of Visibility
  • 2.3. Ephemeris of the Eclipse
  • 2.4. Photometrical Theory of the Shadow
  • 2.5. General Transmission Coefficient
  • 2.6. Simplified Presentation of the Eclipse Theory
  • 2.7. Eclipse Observed from the Satellite
  • 2.8. Secondary Illuminations
  • 2.9. Fesenkov’s Treatment of the Eclipse Problem
  • 2.10. Observing Methods Used for Passive Satellites
  • 2.11. Work at the Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, California
  • 2.12. Work at Ondfejov Observatory on Echo-2 Eclipses
  • 2.13. Work at Valensole Station
  • 2.14. Active Satellites of SR Series
  • 2.15. Eclipses of the Satellite SR-I
  • 2.16. Work of Arcetri Group
  • 2.17. Work of Slough Group
  • 3. Twilight Phenomena
  • 3.1. Different Components of the Twilight
  • 3.2. Night Light Correction
  • 3.3. Illumination of the Upper Atmosphere
  • 3.4. Fundamental Problems of Twilight Phenomena
  • 4. Occultations and Eclipses by Other Planets
  • 4.1. General Remarks
  • 4.2. Dioptrics of the Thin Planetary Atmosphere
  • 4.3. Planetary Atmosphere from the Refraction Standpoint
  • 4.4. Basic Equations for the Far Occultation
  • 4.5. Theoretical Course of a Far Occultation
  • 4.6. Occultation of Regulus by Venus, July 7, 1959
  • 4.7. Occultation of ? Arietis by Jupiter, November 20, 1952
  • 4.8. Near Occultation by the Planet
  • 4.9. Eclipses of Phobos
  • 4.10. Reduction of Eclipse Curves of Jovian Satellites
  • 4.11. Eropkin’s Eclipse Curves of Jovian Satellites
  • 4.12. Frost Phenomena on Jovian Satellites during Their Eclipses
  • 4.13. Terrestrial Occultation Observed from the Moon
  • 5. Transits of Planets over the Sun
  • 5.1. Introductory Remarks
  • 5.2. Refraction in the Planetary Atmosphere
  • 5.3. Refraction Image of the Sun
  • 5.4. Discussion of Past Transits
  • 5.5. Simplified Discussion of the Transit Phenomena
  • 5.6. Lomonosov’s Phenomenon
  • 5.7. Extension of the Cusps of Venus
  • 5.8. Explanations of the Cusps Extension
  • 5.9. Edson’s Work on Cusps Extension
  • 5.10. New Investigations on Cusps Extension
  • 6. Eclipse Phenomena in Radio Astronomy
  • 6.1. Introduction
  • 6.2. Occultation Scene
  • 6.3. Occultations of Radio Sources by the Moon
  • 6.4. Numerical Example
  • 6.5. Occultation of Radio Source by Solar Corona
  • 6.6. Modification of Light Intensity
  • 6.7. Observations of Coronal Occultations
  • 6.8. Occultation of the Mariner-IV Space Probe by Mars
  • 6.9. Further Implications of the Mariner-IV Mission
  • 6.10. Occultation of the Mariner-V Space Probe by Venus
  • 7. Einstein’s Deflection of Light
  • 7.1. Einstein’s Deflection of Light
  • 7.2. Dioptrics of Einstein’s Deflection
  • 7.3. Photometry of Einstein’s Deflection
  • 7.4. Other Expression of Illumination
  • 7.5. Illumination by Stellar Disk
  • 7.6. Normalised Gravitational Occultation
  • 7.7. Images of the Occulted Star
  • 7.8. Tichov’s Investigations
  • 7.9. Refsdal’s Investigation
  • 7.10. Liebes’ Investigations
  • 7.11. Consequences of Einstein’s Deflection in the Stellar Universe
  • 7.12. Gravitational Passage or Occultation
  • 7.13. History of Einstein’s Photometrical Effect.