Walter Sydney Adams (1876-1956)

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Country : États-Unis
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Antakya (Turquie), 1876
Death : Pasadena (Etats-Unis), 1956
Note :
Astronome. - A été le premier à déterminer la distance de certaines étoiles par la comparaison de leur magnitude absolue et de leur magnitude relative observée
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 0999 1371

Activities of Walter Sydney Adams (1876-1956) (60)

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Annual report of the director of the Mount Wilson observatory... [By Walter S. Adams and Frederick H. Seares.]
George Ellery Hale (1868-1938)
Spectrum of "Nova Herculis" 1934, April-November 1935, by Walter S. Adams and Alfred H. Joy
The Planets and their atmospheres, by dr. Walter S. Adams,...
The B band of oxygen in the spectrum of Mars, by Walter S. Adams and Theodore Du...ham jr.
The Nature of the solar cycle, by W. S. Adams and S. B. Nicholson...
A Calibration of Rowland's scale of intensities for solar lines, by H. N. Russell, W. S. Adams and C. E. Moore. Preliminary results of a new method for the analysis of stellar spectra, by W. S. Adams and H. N. Russell
High-Dispersion stellar spectra and some results of a study of @ cygni... The relationship of spectral type to period among variable stars, by Walter S. Adams and Alfred H. Joy
The Absolute magnitudes and parallaxes of 410 stars of type M, by Walter S. Adams, Alfred H. Joy, and M. L. Humason
An Attempt to detect watervapor and oxygen lines in the spectrum of Mars with the registering microphotometer, by Walter S. Adams and Charles E. St. John
The Relativity displacement of the spectral lines in the companion of Sirius, by Walter S. Adams
Convection currents in stellar atmospheres, by Charles E. St. John and Walter S. Adams
The Radial velocities of 1013 stars, by Walter S. Adams and Alfred H. Joy
A Spectroscopic method of deriving the parallaxes of the B-type stars, by Walter S. Adams and Alfred H. Joy
A Spectroscopic method of determining the absolute magnitudes of A type stars and the parallaxes of 544 stars, by Walter S. Adams and Alfred H. Joy
The Relationship of absolute magnitude to space-velocity, by W. S. Adams, G. Strömberg and A. H. Joy
The Motions in space of some stars of high radial velocity, by Walter S. Adams and Alfred H. Joy
The Orbits of three spectroscopic binaries, by Walter S. Adams and Alfred H. Joy
The Relationship of stellar motions to absolute magnitude, by Walther S. Adams and Gustaf Strömberg
Investigations in stellar spectroscopy I. A quantitative method of classifying stellar spectra... II. A Spectroscopic method of determining stellar parallaxes... III. Application of a spectroscopic method of determining stellar distances to stars of measured parallax... IV. Spectroscopic evidence for the existence of two classes of M type stars. By Walter S. Adams...
The spectrum of @. Cepheid...
The Flash Spectrum without an eclipse region @ 4800- @ 6600, by Walter S. Adams and Cora G. Burwell
Nova geminorum no. 2 as a wolf-rayet star, by Walter S. Adams and Francis G. Pease
The Radial velocities of five hundred stars, by Walter S. Adams
The Radial velocities of the more distant stars, by Walter S. Adams
The Relations between the proper motions and the radial velocities of the stars of the spectral types F, G, K, and M, by J. C. Kapteyn and W. S. Adams
Results of an investigation of the flash spectrum without an eclipse. Region @ 4800 to @ 6600. By Walter S. Adams and Cora G. Burwell
Note on the relative intensity at different wavelengths of the spectra of some stars having large and small proper motions, by Walter S. Adams
The Radial velocities of one hundred stars with measured parallaxes, by Walter S. Adams and Arnold Kohlschütter
The Spectra of four of the temporary stars, by W. S. Adams and F. G. Pease
Observations of the spectrum of "Nova Geminorum" No. 2, by Walter S. Adams and Arnold Kohlschutter
The three-prism stellar Spectrograph of the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory, by Walter S. Adams
An Investigation of the rotation period of the Sun by spectroscopic methods, by Walter S. Adams, assisted by Jennie B. Lasby
An Investigation of the displacements of the spectrum lines at the Sun's limb, by Walter S. Adams
Some Results of a study of the spectra of Sirius, Procyon, and Arcturus with high dispersion, by Walter S. Adams
Photography of the "flash" spectrum without an eclipse, by George E. Hale and Walter S. Adams
Spectroscopic Investigations of the rotation of the Sun during the year 1908, by Walter S. Adams
A Summary of the results of a study of the Mount Wilson photographs of sun-spot spectra, by Walter S. Adams
Preliminary Catalogue of lines affected in sun-spots, region @ 4000 to @ 4500, by Walter S. Adams
Preliminary Note on the rotation of the sun as determined from the displacements of the hydrogen lines, by Walter S. Adams
A Photographic comparison of the spectra of the limb and the center of Sun
Spectroscopic observations of the rotation of the sun
Photographic observations of the spectra of sunspots...
Preliminary paper on the cause of the characteristic phenomena of Sunspot spectra
Some Notes on the H and K lines and the motion of the calcium vapor in the Sun, by Walter S. Adams
Sun-spot lines in the spectra of red stars, by George E. Hale and Walter S. Adams
Sun-spot Lines in the spectrum of 'Arcturus', by Walter S. Adams
The Absorption spectrum of the Novae, by W. S. Adams
An Investigation of the spectra of iron and titanium under moderate pressures, by Henry G. Gale and Walter S. Adams
A Method of deriving the distance of the a-type stars, by W. S. Adams and A. H. Joy
The Motions in space of some stars of high radial velocity, by W. S. Adams and A. H. Joy
On the use of the spectroscopic method for determining the parallaxes of the brighter stars, by W. S. Adams and G. Strömberg
The Orbit of the spectroscopic binary Boss 46, by Walter S. Adams and Gustaf Strömberg
The Parallaxes of 1646 stars derived by the spectroscopic method, by W. S. Adams, A. H. Joy, G. Strömberg and Cora G. Burwell
The Radial velocities of 741 stars, by W. S. Adams, A. H. Joy, R. F. Sanford, and G. Strömberg
Some spectrale characteristics of Cepheid variables, by W. S. Adams and A. H. Joy
The Spectroscopic absolute magnitudes and parallaxes of 4179 stars, by Walter S. Adams, Alfred H. Joy, Milton L. Humason, and Ada Margaret Brayton
Systematic displacements of lines in the spectra of certain bright stars, by Walter S. Adams and Elizabeth MacCormack

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The Soul of the universe

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Second paper on the cause of the characteristic phenomena of Sun-spot spectra, by George E. Hale and Walter S. Adams

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