Gamma-Ray Astronomy: X-Ray Generation, X-Rays from Eridanus, Astronomical X-Ray Source Catalog Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781158191918

Published: September 1st 2011

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Gamma-Ray Astronomy: X-Ray Generation, X-Rays from Eridanus, Astronomical X-Ray Source Catalog  by  Source Wikipedia

Gamma-Ray Astronomy: X-Ray Generation, X-Rays from Eridanus, Astronomical X-Ray Source Catalog by Source Wikipedia
September 1st 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 86 pages | ISBN: 9781158191918 | 8.41 Mb

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 85. Chapters: X-ray generation, X-rays from Eridanus, Astronomical X-ray source catalog, Searching for the firstMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: 85. Chapters: X-ray generation, X-rays from Eridanus, Astronomical X-ray source catalog, Searching for the first X-ray source per constellation, Gamma-ray generation, Stellar surface fusion, Index table for X-ray and gamma-ray sources, Astronomical X-ray sources, Coronal star, Visibly dark X-ray source, Astronomical gamma-ray source, Serpens X-1, List of solar X-ray astronomy satellites, Solar surface fusion, Crater X-1, TD-1A, Serpens XR-2, Sagittarius XR-3, Sagittarius XR-1, InterPlanetary Network, Ara X-1, Prognoz 6, Serpens X-2, Scorpius XR-6, Amateur X-ray astronomy, Ara XR-1, Centaurus XR-2, Abell 2147, Serpens Caput X-1, OSO 1, Sagittarius XR-2, OSO 5, Intercosmos 26, Centaurus XR-4, Koronas-F, V 0332+53, Kosmos 428, X-ray halo, Aquila XR-1, Lupus XR-1, Cygnus X-4, Cepheus XR-1, Centaurus XR-3, Norma X-1, Scorpius X-5, Cygnus XR-2, OSO 2, Sagittarius XR-6, Scorpius XR-2, 4U 1626-67, Signe 3, Ophiuchus XR-1, Abell 1795, Sagittarius XR-4, Sagittarius X-3, First X-ray source in Hydrus, Abell 2256, Cygnus XR-4, Centaurus X-4, Sagittarius X-4, GRB 970402, Fairall 9, Distributive dynamo, Ophiuchus X-1, HR 1099, Triangulum Australe X-1, Scorpius XR-4, Sagittarius X-5.

Excerpt: X-ray generation can occur whenever charged particles pass within certain distances of each other without being in fixed orbits, the accelerations (or decelerations) may give off X-radiation, or X-rays. X-radiation can be produced by a variety of phenomena.

For example, when high-energy X-rays, gamma rays, electrons, or protons bombard materials, the excited atoms within emit characteristic secondary (or fluorescent) X-rays. X-radiation is electromagnetic radiation that spans 3 decades in wavelength (8 nm - 8 pm), frequency (50 PHz - 50 EHz) and energy (0.12 - 120 keV). In terms of temperature, 1 eV = 11,604 Kelvin (K). X-rays (0.12 to 120 keV) corresp...



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