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Studies Of Diffuse Ultraviolet Radiation
Ever since the first observations of diffuse ultraviolet radiation by Hayakawa et al. (1969) and Lillie & Witt (1976), there has been an effort to understand its distribution and its origin. Unfortunately, because of the ...
On the Nature Of Propagating MHD Waves In The Solar Atmosphere
One of the most persistent problem in solar physics is the identification of the mechanism that heats the solar corona and accelerates the fast solar wind. Magneto-hydrodynamic (MHD)waves play a crucial role in heating of ...
Vertical Structure Of Disk Galaxies And Their Dark Matter Halos
The topic of this thesis is the study of the vertical structure of the disk galaxies and their dark matter halos through theoretical modeling and numerical calculations. The basic theoretical model of the galactic disk ...
Warped Galaxies : Recovery Of Pattern Speed, Velocity Field And The Warp Equation
Pattern speed is an important parameter of the density wave theory for spiral galaxies. In this thesis we have determined the pattern speed for warped galaxies (flat galaxies being a special case of this generalization) ...
Single Pulse Studies Of Wide Profile Drifting Pulsars - A Probe Of Pulsar Magnetospheres
The detailed nature of radio emission processes of pulsars and the exact location and distribution of the pulse emitting regions are still shrouded with mystery. Pulsars with drifting subpulses are considered as an important ...
Chemical Composition Of Selected Metal Poor Stars
Orbital Evolution And Super-Orbital Flux Variations In X-ray Binary Pulsars
X-ray binaries are binary stellar systems containing a compact object and a normal companion star which are gravitationally bound and rotate about a common center of mass. The compact object accretes matter from the companion ...