Advances in the Physics of Stars - in Memory of Prof. Yuri N. Gnedin
Ikhsanov, Nazar R. (editor)
Klimchitskaya, Galina L. (editor)
Mostepanenko, Vladimir M. (editor)
This reprint, which was edited by Prof. Dr. Nazar R. Ikhsanov, Prof. Dr. Galina L. Klimchitskaya, and Prof. Dr. Vladimir M. Mostepanenko, contains research and review articles published in a Special Issue of the journal Universe in memory of outstanding astrophysicist Prof. Dr. Yuri N. Gnedin, who organized and led the Department of Astrophysics at the famous Pulkovo Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences for several decades. In these articles, the reader will find new and intriguing ideas in several topical problems of astrophysics as well as comprehensive and readily accessible sketches of a few recently performed investigations.
Keywordsaccretion disks; magnetic fields; polarization; active galactic nuclei; supermassive black holes; dark matter axions; non-Newtonian gravity; measurements of the Casimir force; hypothetical particles; neutron stars; radiation transfer; dark energy; dark matter; Hubble constant; numerical simulation; magnetic hydrodynamics (MHD); hot Jupiters; magnetic field; chemically peculiar stars; observation; Herbig Ae/Be stars; disk accretion; magnetosphere; individual: HD 10141; HD 259431; HD 104237; HD 37806; close binaries; black holes; evolution of binary stars; fast blue optical transients; non-thermal particle acceleration; particle-in-cell plasma modeling; high energy cosmic rays; brown dwarf; X-ray emission; microwave radiation; magnetic loops; particle acceleration; magnetars stars; X-rays and stars; star atmospheres; plasmas; scattering; radiative transfer; protoplanetary disk; scattered radiation; linear polarization; UX Ori stars; RW Aur; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
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