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This section contains a rather extensive (and hopefully soon complete) table of accreting X-ray pulsars.
The list should help to quickly find information on a specific source or a set of sources and also help to find similarities between different sources. The overview table provides information about the position (in galactic coordinates), the orbital period and the spin period (provided those are known and the source is a puslar), the classification of the system (as HMXB, LMXB, etc) and the energy of any known cyclotron lines. The individual source pages then contain a lot of detailed information which is different for every source, depending on availability and type of the source. Specific tables for the cyclotron line sources and symbiotic X-ray binaries are also present.
<ifauth @issi>In the future, A table with submitted/accepted/successful proposals will be added</ifauth>
Presentations of the special session “TeraGauss, Gigatons, and MegaKelvin: Theory and observations of accretion column physics” at the 15th HEAD Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, held April 3-7, 2016, in Naples, Florida, USA. The session took place on April 5 and was organized by Dr. R. E. Rothschild (CASS-UCSD).
Interesting (short) questions and answers about basic atomic physics and high-resolution spectroscopy can be found in the Atomic Physics Q&A of the wiki. While this is work in progress, you need to be logged in to read, ask, answer, or comment questions.
Interesting stuff about software, for example our GIT repository with the ISIS scripts can be found software department of the wiki.
The DKRO is part of the Erlangen Centre for Astroparticle Physics (ECAP). In the “Intern” section of that website you'll find a lot of interesting things, among them the official ECAP logo. However, it's “lightrays” are not all transparent, so if you put it in front of a non-white background it will look strange. A better version (as ps-file) can be downloaded here: ecap.svg.ps
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We hold a weekly Literature Club Tuesday's at 11:30, presenting recent publications with a large impact, mainly not from our specialized topics. Look at the list of topics of the Literature Club and the respective presentations.
You can find here an (internal) list of hotel recommendations for the places that are often visited by Remeis people.
We have started an English checklist that is useful for you to go through before sending a paper draft or a thesis draft to others.