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  • Bidlingmaier F. (1905-03)
    Der Güte der Herren Adolf Schmidt‐Potsdam und C. Börgen‐Wilhemshaven verdanke ich die Mitteilung, dass die obige Frage bereits von Herrn Solander in den “Mitteilungen der Königl. Gesellschaft zu Upsala 1889” behandelt und ...
  • Von J. Liznar (1900-09)
    In einer Mittheilung in No. 2 dieses Bandes habe ich den Vorschlag gemacht, bei den Messungen mit den magnetischen Reise‐Theodoliten die Ablenkungswinkel in zwei Distanzen zu bestimmen, weil sich dann mit Hilfe der beiden ...
  • Richman Barbara T. (1984-08-14)
    Anne M. Burford, who had been appointed early last month by President Ronald Reagan to chair the National Advisory Committee on Oceans and Atmosphere (NACOA), asked the president on August 1 to withdraw her appointment. ...
  • Katzoff Judith A. (1986-09-09)
    The 15‐year‐old National Advisory Committee on Oceans and Atmosphere (NACOA) seems unlikely to survive past September 30, 1986, the end of the current fiscal year. NACOA's survival in Congress has been in peril on many ...
  • Katzoff Judith A. (1985-07-16)
    The U.S. Senate recently authorized funding for the National Advisory Committee on Oceans and Atmosphere (NACOA) as part of a bill (S. 990) that also reauthorizes programs of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ...
  • Bills Richard E.; Gardner Chester S.; Franke Steven J. (1991-12-20)
    Meteoric ablation in the upper atmosphere is the source of a dense layer of atomic Na between about 80 and 105 km altitude. Peak densities are typically several thousand atoms/cm3, and the total abundance varies seasonally ...
  • Anonymous (1994-09-27)
    The tiny, 1.5‐km wide moon that NASA's Galileo mission discovered and photographed around the asteroid Ida no longer has to go by the nondescript appellation of “it.” The International Astronomical Union (IAU) has formally ...
  • Gründlingh Marten Luther (1987-02-03)
    Sailing at night, not a star is in sight, the vessel is rocked without grace. Thick tomes in our hands nor computer commands quell the sea which is white as the cruise leader's face. We find sigmas and t's, giant eddies, ...
  • Kaiser M. L.; Desch M. D. (1980-05)
    We describe a new component of Jupiter's radio spectrum. This component emits in a very narrow bandwidth (≤ 40 kHz) near 100 kHz. Its waveform is a very smooth and gradual rise and subsequent fall in intensity over typically ...
  • Daigne Gérard; Leblanc Yolande (1986-07-01)
    A statistical analysis of the narrowband Jovian kilometric radiation, or nKOM, observed by the planetary radio astronomy experiment (Voyager 1 and Voyager 2) from January to December 1979, is reported. Occurrence, polarization, ...
  • Tayfun M. Aziz (1980-03-20)
    Probabilistic description of nonlinear waves with a narrow‐band spectrum is simplified to a form in which each realization of the surface displacement becomes an amplitude‐modulated Stokes wave with a mean frequency and ...
  • Horne R. B. (1990-04-01)
    The narrow‐band structure of terrestrial myriametric radiation (TMR) is investigated by ray tracing electrostatic waves in a hot plasma which contains a loss cone distribution. Path‐integrated growth of electrostatic waves ...
  • Lin C. S.; Hoffman R. A. (1982-03)
    Inverted‐V events have been examined in detail to identify small scale structures within them which might be related to auroral arcs. The rate of energy deposition into the atmosphere by the precipitating electrons of ...
  • Anonymous (1979-06-05)
    Noel W. Hinners, the NASA Associate Administrator for Space Science, has accepted appointment as Director of the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum, effective in April.Hinners joined NASA in 1972 as ...
  • Anonymous (1980-09-02)
    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has chosen 13 university, government, and corporate research proposals to begin its $2.25 million ongoing Solar Terrestrial Theory Program (STTP). The 13 projects ...
  • Simarski Lynn Teo (1991-10-01)
    NASA has begun to show clear signs of scaling down its science missions as it bows to reigning budget realities. The mammoth Earth Observing System (EOS) is already well on the way to being split into smaller components ...
  • Mulhall M. (1990-03-06)
    The President's budget request for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration contains a dramatic increase of 24%, or $2.8 billion, over Fiscal Year 1990, bringing the total figure for FY 1991 to $15.1 billion. Of ...
  • Simarski Lynn Teo (1991-04-23)
    The hefty FY 1992 increase for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration proposed by President George Bush has begun to attract Congressional budget‐cutting axes, as predicted. The first cuts, however, have come ...
  • Soloman Sean (1987-09-22)
    The Space Science Working Group (SSWG) is a consortium of universities and institutions represented by scientists and government relations officers. Its members are concerned about the health of the U.S. Space program, ...