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    Authors: Batman, Alp; Şirin, Ferhat; Şirin, Nermin;

    Amatör astronomi, mühendislik ve temel bilimler ve sosyal bilimler gibi çok farklı alanlarla ile doğrudan ilişkili olduğundan her yaştan, her meslekten insanların hayat boyu zevkle uğraşabilecekleri bir hobidir. Genelde amatör astronomi ile ilgilenmeye başlayan insanlar bilgi açıklarını çok hızlı bir şekilde kapatma ihtiyacı duyarlar. Bu noktada, doğru bir başlangıç yapmak, hayal kırıklığına uğramaları en aza indirmek açısından çok önemlidir. Bu bildiride, kurulu amaçlanan biri amatör astronomiyi halka sevdirmek ve yaymak olan Ali Kuşçu Amatör Astronomi Topluluğunun yaptığı aktivitelerden edindiği deneyimler anlatacaktır. Ayrıca topluluğun, astronominin önemli bir kolu olan astronomi fotoğrafçılığı konusunda yaptığı çalışmalar verilecektir. Bu bildirinin amaçlarından biri de, ister gözlem isterse astronomi fotoğrafçılığı konusunda olsun astronomiden beklentilerin fazla masraflara girilmeden de karşılanabileceğini ve bundan da zevk alınabileceğini göstermektir. Amateur Astronomy is a nice hobby for everyone. It is related to many branches of science such as engineering, social and fundamental sciences. Generally, first of all the person who is interested in Amateur Astronomy needs many useful information about it. The most important thing is to start in a right way. Ali Kuşçu Amateur Astronomy club was built for this requirement. The aim of our club is to help someone to love astronomy and start astronomy rightly. This paper consists of a guide for beginners and describes how to use a camera in astronomy. It is called astrophotography. This paper tells our experiences about astrophotography and shows you our photos. You can take some ideas from them. One of the aims of this paper is to show people right way to start astronomy and whatever their finance condition are, they can meet their requirements and learn Astronomy and be happy. First of all, look to the sky, see Milky Way, be happy, be curious to learn more information about astronomy.

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    Authors: Gürkan, Gülay; Çoker, Deniz; Ünal, Burcu; Nas, Meryem;

    Kapsamlı araştırma ve yıllar içindeki yayınların incelenmesiyle Amatör Astronomi’nin tanımı yapıldı. Dünya' da ve Türkiye' de Amatör Astronomi alanımda yetiştirtilen çalışmalar karşılaştırılmıştır. Elde edilen sonuçlar doğrultusunda Türkiye’deki Amatör Astronomi’nin hangi konumda olduğu belirlenerek, Türkiye’de Amatör Astronomi'yi geliştirmek adına neler yapılabileceği bu çalışmada irdelenmiştir. Definition of Amateur Astronomy has been made by doing comprehensive research and studying publications on amateur astronomy. Amateur Astronomy researches in World and Turkey were compared. In this study we focus on that what could be done in order to improve Amateur Astronomy reserches in Turkey for future generation.

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  • Authors: Minoru Oda;

    On the basis of my experience in the X-ray astronomy, and on some typical highlights of multi-wavelength observations, I emphasize the importance of collaboration between space astronomy and ground-based astronomy.

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    Authors: Evren, Serdar;

    Üniversitelerimizin astronomi bölümleri yaklaşık 50 yıldan beri halkın astronomiye ve fen bilimlerine ilgisini ve sevgisini arttırabilmek için büyük çaba sarfetmişlerdir. Değişik alanlarda yapılan çalışmaların başında amatör astronomlara yönelik dergi faaliyetleri ve yaz okulları gelir. Bu alanda en etkin çalışmayı Ege Üniversitesi Astronomi Bölmü öğretim elemanları ve öğrencileri son 14 yıldır yüzlerce kişi yetiştirmiştir. Yaz okullarına katılan kursiyerlerin %50’sinin 18-50 yaş arasında olması, kursiyerlerin çalışmalarına rahatlıkta sürdürebilecek yaşta ve beceri de olduklarını gösterir. Bu faaliyetleri yakından izleyen amatörlerden bazıları kendi teleskoplarıyla çeşitli çalışmalara başlamışlardır. Bu çalışmaların bir kısmı dergilerde yayınlanmıştır. Yıllar süren uğraş sonucunda Amatör Astronomi Derneği de kurulmuştur. Profesyoneller, artık amatörlerin daha üretken olmasını beklemektedir. Amatörlerin gökbilimine gözlemleriyle sağlayacakları destek birçok yıldızın gizemi çözebilecektir. The astronomy departments of the universities in Turkey have made great effort in the last 50 years to increase the concern and sympathy of the public in the field of astronomy and in science as well. Puplishing some periodicals and organizing summer schools are main activities among these. The staff and the students of the Astronomy Department of Ege University have assumed a leading rolle during the last 14 years and trained hundreds of people. 50% of the participants of the organized summer schools are between 18-50 years of age and this fact indicates that they are well able to continue their work themselves. Some of the people who followed these activities have started working on various topics with their own telescopes. Some of these Works have already been publised in variouns magazines. A “society of amateur astronomers” has also been establised after a long-lasting effort. Professional astronomers are looking for more productive amateurs from now on. The support which the amateurs will provide with their observations will help in solving the mysteriouns behavior of many stars.

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    Authors: Carozzi, Tobia;

    We discuss various topics concerning the propagation, generation, and detec-tionof high-frequency (HF) radio waves in the Earth's ionosphere. With re-gardsto propagation, we derive a full wave Hamiltonian and a polarization evo-lutionequation for electromagnetic waves in a cold, stratified magnetoplasma.With regards to generation, we will be concerned with three experiments con-ducted at the ionosphere- radio wave interaction research facilities at Sura, Rus-siaand Tromsø, Norway. These facilities operate high power HF transmittersthat can inject large amplitude electromagnetic waves into the ionosphere andexcite numerous nonlinear processes. In an experiment conducted at the Surafacility, we were able to measure the full state of polarization of stimulatedelectromagnetic emissions for the first time. It is expected that by using thetechnique developed in this experiment it will be possible to study nonlinearpolarization effects on powerful HF pump waves in magnetoplasmas in the fu-ture.In another experiment conducted at the Sura facility, the pump frequencywas swept automatically allowing rapid, high-resolution measurements of SEEdependence on pump frequency with minimal variations in ionospheric condi-tions.At the Tromsø facility we discovered by chance a highly variable, pumpinduced, HF emission that most probably emanated from pump excited spo-radicE. Regarding detection, we have proposed a set of Stokes parametersgeneralized to three dimension space; and we have used these parameters in aninvention to detect the incoming direction of electromagnetic waves of multiplefrequencies from a single point measurement.

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  • Authors: Nicholas B.; Rowell G.; Burton M.G.; Walsh A.; +4 Authors

    We present 12mm Mopra observations of dense molecular gas towards the W28 supernova remnant (SNR) field. The focus is on the dense molecular gas towards the TeV gamma-ray sources detected by the HESS telescopes, which likely trace the cosmic rays from W28 and possibly other sources in the region. Using the NH_3_ inversion transitions we reveal several dense cores inside the molecular clouds, Cone search capability for table J/MNRAS/411/1367/table2 (Coordinates of the Mopra 12mm position-switched deep spectra observations)

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    Authors: A. R. Hyland;

    Until the last six years few infrared observations of astronomical objects (other than the Sun and planets) had been attempted. Those few were primarily concerned with obtaining bolometric corrections and effective temperatures, the variation of bolometric magnitudes of late-type variables, and the derivation of the laws of interstellar extinction.

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  • Authors: T. L. Wilson; C. M. Walmsley;

    As of 1984, the submm band (ν >300 GHz) is relatively unexplored. The word “relatively” should be stressed since, evidently, a great deal of work has been done. However, much of this is of the “discovery” or “first detection” category with emphasis on the priority of a given result, and less thought as to astrophysical consequences. It therefore seems to be a useful exercise to examine what astrophysics one should expect from submm measurements. A great deal of these measurements will be the extension of work going on at longer wavelengths, and we will base much of our discussion on our own recent research and comment on its consequences for observations at frequencies above 300 GHz. (Summaries of frequency scans in the 200–260 GHz region are Erickson et al. 1980 and G. Blake, this volume.) We will emphasize the way in which observations in the various wavelength bands complement one another, and outline the connections by means of a few examples. Finally, we will present a short description of the 10-m submm dish to be built by the MPIfR and to be operated by the University of Arizona and the MPIfR on Mt. Graham, near Tucson, Arizona.

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    Authors: Roth, Günter D;

    With amateurs, students, and teachers of astronomy in high schools and colleges particularly in mind, the Handbook of Practical Astronomy is an essential source to demonstrate trends and variety of astronomical observations. The book presents the substance of celestial bodies for the amateur observer: the planets, the stars, and the galaxies. The sun is the local link to the other stars, the nexus of cosmic evolution. The solar system is made up by the sun and all the celestial bodies orbit it. This system is of special interest for the observing amateur. The Handbook of Practial Astronomy spans astronomy, education and computing. Like many other fields of science, astronomy has become digitized and data rich in recent years. Besides the references at the end of each chapter, there are the notes in the margins with astronomical news and observing highlights on the web.

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  • Authors: Heintz K.E.; Bolmer J.; Ledoux C.; Noterdaeme P.; +24 Authors

    We report the detections of molecular hydrogen (H_2_), vibrationally-excited H_2_ (H_2_*), and neutral atomic carbon (CI), an efficient tracer of molecular gas, in two new afterglow spectra of GRBs 181020A (z=2.938) and 190114A (z=3.376), observed with X-shooter at the Very Large Telescope (VLT). Both host-galaxy absorption systems are characterized by strong damped Lyman-alpha absorbers (DLAs) and substantial amounts of molecular hydrogen with logN(HI,H_2_)=22.20+/-0.05, 20.40+/-0.04 (GRB 181020A) and logN(HI, H_2_)=22.15+/-0.05, 19.44+/-0.04 (GRB 190114A). The DLA metallicites, depletion levels, and dust extinctions are within the typical regimes probed by GRBs with [Zn/H]=-1.57+/-0.06, [Zn/Fe]=0.67+/-0.03, and AV=0.27+/-0.02mag (GRB 181020A) and [Zn/H]=-1.23+/-0.07, [Zn/Fe]=1.06+/-0.08, and AV=0.36+/-0.02mag (GRB 190114A). In addition, we examine the molecular gas content of all known H2-bearing GRB-DLAs and explore the physical conditions and characteristics required to simultaneously probe CI and H_2_*. We confirm that H2 is detected in all CI- and H2*-bearing GRB absorption systems, but that these rarer features are not necessarily detected in all GRB H2 absorbers. We find that a large molecular fraction of f_H2_>~10^-3^ is required for CI to be detected. The defining characteristic for H_2_* to be present is less clear, though a large H_2_ column density is an essential factor. We also find that the observed line profiles of the molecular-gas tracers are kinematically "cold", with small velocity offsets of {delta}v<20km/s from the bulk of the neutral absorbing gas. We then derive the H_2_ excitation temperatures of the molecular gas and find that they are relatively low with Tex~=100-300K, however, there could be evidence of warmer components populating the high-J H_2_ levels in GRBs 181020A and 190114A. Finally, we demonstrate that even though the X-shooter GRB afterglow campaign has been successful in recovering several H2-bearing GRB-host absorbers, this sample is still hampered by a significant dust bias excluding the most dust-obscured H_2_ absorbers from identification. CI and H_2_* could open a potential route to identify molecular gas even in low-metallicity or highly dust-obscured bursts, though they are only efficient tracers for the most H2-rich GRB-host absorption systems. Cone search capability for table J/A+A/629/A131/list (List of fits spectra)

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    Authors: Batman, Alp; Şirin, Ferhat; Şirin, Nermin;

    Amatör astronomi, mühendislik ve temel bilimler ve sosyal bilimler gibi çok farklı alanlarla ile doğrudan ilişkili olduğundan her yaştan, her meslekten insanların hayat boyu zevkle uğraşabilecekleri bir hobidir. Genelde amatör astronomi ile ilgilenmeye başlayan insanlar bilgi açıklarını çok hızlı bir şekilde kapatma ihtiyacı duyarlar. Bu noktada, doğru bir başlangıç yapmak, hayal kırıklığına uğramaları en aza indirmek açısından çok önemlidir. Bu bildiride, kurulu amaçlanan biri amatör astronomiyi halka sevdirmek ve yaymak olan Ali Kuşçu Amatör Astronomi Topluluğunun yaptığı aktivitelerden edindiği deneyimler anlatacaktır. Ayrıca topluluğun, astronominin önemli bir kolu olan astronomi fotoğrafçılığı konusunda yaptığı çalışmalar verilecektir. Bu bildirinin amaçlarından biri de, ister gözlem isterse astronomi fotoğrafçılığı konusunda olsun astronomiden beklentilerin fazla masraflara girilmeden de karşılanabileceğini ve bundan da zevk alınabileceğini göstermektir. Amateur Astronomy is a nice hobby for everyone. It is related to many branches of science such as engineering, social and fundamental sciences. Generally, first of all the person who is interested in Amateur Astronomy needs many useful information about it. The most important thing is to start in a right way. Ali Kuşçu Amateur Astronomy club was built for this requirement. The aim of our club is to help someone to love astronomy and start astronomy rightly. This paper consists of a guide for beginners and describes how to use a camera in astronomy. It is called astrophotography. This paper tells our experiences about astrophotography and shows you our photos. You can take some ideas from them. One of the aims of this paper is to show people right way to start astronomy and whatever their finance condition are, they can meet their requirements and learn Astronomy and be happy. First of all, look to the sky, see Milky Way, be happy, be curious to learn more information about astronomy.

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    Authors: Gürkan, Gülay; Çoker, Deniz; Ünal, Burcu; Nas, Meryem;

    Kapsamlı araştırma ve yıllar içindeki yayınların incelenmesiyle Amatör Astronomi’nin tanımı yapıldı. Dünya' da ve Türkiye' de Amatör Astronomi alanımda yetiştirtilen çalışmalar karşılaştırılmıştır. Elde edilen sonuçlar doğrultusunda Türkiye’deki Amatör Astronomi’nin hangi konumda olduğu belirlenerek, Türkiye’de Amatör Astronomi'yi geliştirmek adına neler yapılabileceği bu çalışmada irdelenmiştir. Definition of Amateur Astronomy has been made by doing comprehensive research and studying publications on amateur astronomy. Amateur Astronomy researches in World and Turkey were compared. In this study we focus on that what could be done in order to improve Amateur Astronomy reserches in Turkey for future generation.

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  • Authors: Minoru Oda;

    On the basis of my experience in the X-ray astronomy, and on some typical highlights of multi-wavelength observations, I emphasize the importance of collaboration between space astronomy and ground-based astronomy.

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    Authors: Evren, Serdar;

    Üniversitelerimizin astronomi bölümleri yaklaşık 50 yıldan beri halkın astronomiye ve fen bilimlerine ilgisini ve sevgisini arttırabilmek için büyük çaba sarfetmişlerdir. Değişik alanlarda yapılan çalışmaların başında amatör astronomlara yönelik dergi faaliyetleri ve yaz okulları gelir. Bu alanda en etkin çalışmayı Ege Üniversitesi Astronomi Bölmü öğretim elemanları ve öğrencileri son 14 yıldır yüzlerce kişi yetiştirmiştir. Yaz okullarına katılan kursiyerlerin %50’sinin 18-50 yaş arasında olması, kursiyerlerin çalışmalarına rahatlıkta sürdürebilecek yaşta ve beceri de olduklarını gösterir. Bu faaliyetleri yakından izleyen amatörlerden bazıları kendi teleskoplarıyla çeşitli çalışmalara başlamışlardır. Bu çalışmaların bir kısmı dergilerde yayınlanmıştır. Yıllar süren uğraş sonucunda Amatör Astronomi Derneği de kurulmuştur. Profesyoneller, artık amatörlerin daha üretken olmasını beklemektedir. Amatörlerin gökbilimine gözlemleriyle sağlayacakları destek birçok yıldızın gizemi çözebilecektir. The astronomy departments of the universities in Turkey have made great effort in the last 50 years to increase the concern and sympathy of the public in the field of astronomy and in science as well. Puplishing some periodicals and organizing summer schools are main activities among these. The staff and the students of the Astronomy Department of Ege University have assumed a leading rolle during the last 14 years and trained hundreds of people. 50% of the participants of the organized summer schools are between 18-50 years of age and this fact indicates that they are well able to continue their work themselves. Some of the people who followed these activities have started working on various topics with their own telescopes. Some of these Works have already been publised in variouns magazines. A “society of amateur astronomers” has also been establised after a long-lasting effort. Professional astronomers are looking for more productive amateurs from now on. The support which the amateurs will provide with their observations will help in solving the mysteriouns behavior of many stars.

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    Authors: Carozzi, Tobia;

    We discuss various topics concerning the propagation, generation, and detec-tionof high-frequency (HF) radio waves in the Earth's ionosphere. With re-gardsto propagation, we derive a full wave Hamiltonian and a polarization evo-lutionequation for electromagnetic waves in a cold, stratified magnetoplasma.With regards to generation, we will be concerned with three experiments con-ducted at the ionosphere- radio wave interaction research facilities at Sura, Rus-siaand Tromsø, Norway. These facilities operate high power HF transmittersthat can inject large amplitude electromagnetic waves into the ionosphere andexcite numerous nonlinear processes. In an experiment conducted at the Surafacility, we were able to measure the full state of polarization of stimulatedelectromagnetic emissions for the first time. It is expected that by using thetechnique developed in this experiment it will be possible to study nonlinearpolarization effects on powerful HF pump waves in magnetoplasmas in the fu-ture.In another experiment conducted at the Sura facility, the pump frequencywas swept automatically allowing rapid, high-resolution measurements of SEEdependence on pump frequency with minimal variations in ionospheric condi-tions.At the Tromsø facility we discovered by chance a highly variable, pumpinduced, HF emission that most probably emanated from pump excited spo-radicE. Regarding detection, we have proposed a set of Stokes parametersgeneralized to three dimension space; and we have used these parameters in aninvention to detect the incoming direction of electromagnetic waves of multiplefrequencies from a single point measurement.

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  • Authors: Nicholas B.; Rowell G.; Burton M.G.; Walsh A.; +4 Authors

    We present 12mm Mopra observations of dense molecular gas towards the W28 supernova remnant (SNR) field. The focus is on the dense molecular gas towards the TeV gamma-ray sources detected by the HESS telescopes, which likely trace the cosmic rays from W28 and possibly other sources in the region. Using the NH_3_ inversion transitions we reveal several dense cores inside the molecular clouds, Cone search capability for table J/MNRAS/411/1367/table2 (Coordinates of the Mopra 12mm position-switched deep spectra observations)

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    Authors: A. R. Hyland;

    Until the last six years few infrared observations of astronomical objects (other than the Sun and planets) had been attempted. Those few were primarily concerned with obtaining bolometric corrections and effective temperatures, the variation of bolometric magnitudes of late-type variables, and the derivation of the laws of interstellar extinction.

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  • Authors: T. L. Wilson; C. M. Walmsley;

    As of 1984, the submm band (ν >300 GHz) is relatively unexplored. The word “relatively” should be stressed since, evidently, a great deal of work has been done. However, much of this is of the “discovery” or “first detection” category with emphasis on the priority of a given result, and less thought as to astrophysical consequences. It therefore seems to be a useful exercise to examine what astrophysics one should expect from submm measurements. A great deal of these measurements will be the extension of work going on at longer wavelengths, and we will base much of our discussion on our own recent research and comment on its consequences for observations at frequencies above 300 GHz. (Summaries of frequency scans in the 200–260 GHz region are Erickson et al. 1980 and G. Blake, this volume.) We will emphasize the way in which observations in the various wavelength bands complement one another, and outline the connections by means of a few examples. Finally, we will present a short description of the 10-m submm dish to be built by the MPIfR and to be operated by the University of Arizona and the MPIfR on Mt. Graham, near Tucson, Arizona.

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