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Department of Astronomy. Flower and Cook Observatory RecordsUPB 1.9ASFC

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Summary Information

Prepared by
Kaiyi Chen
Preparation date
2001
Date [inclusive]
1875-1987
Extent
5.0 Cubic feet

PROVENANCE

Transferred to the University Archives in 1999.

ARRANGEMENT

The collection has been arranged alphabetically by subject.

AGENCY HISTORY

In 1897, the University of Pennsylvania formally dedicated its observatory on a 100-acre farm bequeathed by Mr. Reese Wall Flower, whose great uncle, George Graham, had been an astronomer in London. The initial establishment consisted of three buildings on the Flower farm in Upper Darby and was equipped with an 18” aperture Warner and Swasey refractor. One of the three buildings, devoted to precise positioning and time observations of stars, also contained several astronomical clocks, a prism transit, a meridian circle and later, also a zenith telescope.

Meanwhile, Gustavus Wynne Cook, an avid amateur astronomer and wealthy Philadelphia businessman, established an observatory in his own home. When he moved to an estate in Wynnewood during the depression, he constructed two buildings to accommodate his hobby. Equipped with a 28.5” reflector (J. W. Fecker Company), a unique 15” siderostat refractor, and a wide assortment of camera and telescopes, his installation became one of the best equipped amateur observatories in the world. When Mr. Cook died in 1940, he left all his astronomical instruments to the University of Pennsylvania.

In the late 1940s, Charles P. Olivier, then Chairman of the Astronomy Department and Director of the Flower Observatory, urged the University administration to purchase a plot of land in Willistown Township, Chester County, bounded by Providence Road and Warren Avenue. The Flower Observatory site was abandoned, its equipment stored and the proceeds from the sale to be used for the construction of a new observatory at the site near Providence Road.

In 1954, simultaneous with the completion of the new Physical Science Building (later called the David Rittenhouse Laboratory), an on-campus observatory was established on the rooftop of the building. In 1956, a new off-campus Flower and Cook Observatory was finally constructed with funds from the sale of the Flower Observatory property.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

The collection includes a fairly complete set of Flower and Cook Observatory publication reprints from 1929 to 1987; a publishing file related to C. P. Olivier’s work on EZ Aquilae; notebooks and log books kept by Olivier, R. Stanley Alexander, and several other astronomers from 1933 to 1951; records of the program of resolving time by the Pierce Photometer from 1958 to 1975; teaching material of two astronomy courses; and the file of a grant project financed by the National Science Foundation in the 1960s.

Also included are two memorabilia items originally belonging to Olivier and two sets of photographs–one of the solar eclipse observation in 1932 and the other of Frank Bradshaw Wood (a Penn faculty member being the 1957 research scholar in Astronomy at the Australian National University, Canberra) showing his work at the Mount Stromlo Observatory.

Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
University of Pennsylvania. College of Arts and Sciences. Physics and Astronomy.
Genre(s)
Notebooks.
Reprints.
Subject(s)
Astronomy–Study and teaching–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia.

Inventory

 

Inventory 

Box

Folder

American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac for the Year 1931 

1

1

Astronomy 503 1979 spring and 1984 fall, reference material (I) 

1

2

Astronomy 503 1979 spring and 1984 fall, reference material (II) 

1

3

Astronomy 507 1982 fall 

1

4

Bulletin of the Astronomical Institute of the Netherlands, Article by K. K. Kwee and H. Van Woerden 1956 

1

5

Cherenkov readings 1967-1969 

1

6

Copernican Award to Charles P. Olivier 1943 

5

1

Crelle, A. L., Rechentafeln 1875 

5

2

Eclipsing binary data (N.L.P.) [1947] 

1

7

Eclipsing binary, theory, data and tables 1939-1962 

1

8

Flower and Cook Observatory reprints 

 

 

List [attached at the end of the inventory] 1985 Dec. 10 

1

9

Nos. 1-5 1929 

1

10

Nos. 6-10 1929-1930 

1

11

Nos. 11-15A 1928-1931 

1

12

Nos. 16-20 1933 

1

13

Nos. 21-25 1933 

1

14

Nos. 26-30 1934-1935 

1

15

Nos. 31-35A 1936-1938 

1

16

Nos. 36-40 1936-1937 

1

17

Nos. 41-45 1937-1939 

1

18

Nos. 46-50A 1938-1947 

1

19

Nos. 51-55 1940-1946 

1

20

Nos. 56-60 1941-1942 

1

21

Nos. 61-65 1942-1949 

1

22

Nos. 66-70 1945-1947 

1

23

Nos. 71-75 1947-1949 

1

24

Nos. 76-80 1949-1951 

1

25

Nos. 81-85 1950-1954 

1

26

Nos. 86-90 1951-1955 

1

27

Nos. 91-95 1952-1954 

1

28

Nos. 96-100 1954 

1

29

Nos. 101-105 1955-1957 

1

30

Nos. 106-110 1957 

1

31

No. 110A “Investigations of Stellar Scintillation and the Behavior of Telescopic Images,” by G. Keller, et al 1956 

1

32

Nos. 111-115 1956-1959 

1

33

Nos. 116-120 1959-1960 

1

34

Nos. 121-125 1960 

2

1

Nos. 126-130 1960-1961 

2

2

Nos. 131-135 1960-1961 

2

3

No. 133A, “The Correlation of Stellar Shadow Band Patterns with Upper Air Winds and Turbulence,” By W. M. Protheroe and Kwan-yu Chen 1960 

2

4

Nos. 136-140 1961-1963 

2

5

Nos. 141-145 1962-1964 

2

6

Nos. 146-150 1963-1964 

2

7

Nos. 151-155A 1964 

2

8

Nos. 156-160 1964-1965 

2

9

Nos. 161-165 1965-1966 

2

10

Nos. 166-170 1965-1966 

2

11

Nos. 171-175 1966-1967 

2

12

Nos. 176-180 1966-1967 

2

13

Nos. 181-185 1967 

2

14

Nos. 186-190A 1967-1969 

2

15

Nos. 191-195 1969 

2

16

Nos. 196-200A 1969-1970 

2

17

Nos. 201-205 1970 

2

18

Nos. 206-210A 1970 

2

19

Nos. 211-215 1970-1971 

2

20

Nos. 216-220A 1971-1972 

2

21

Nos. 221-225 1971-1972 

2

22

Nos. 226-230 1972 

2

23

Nos. 231-235 1972-1973 

2

24

Nos. 236-240 1972-1973 

2

25

Nos. 241-245 1973 

2

26

Nos. 246-250 1973-1974 

2

27

Nos. 251-255 1974-1976 

2

28

Nos. 256-260 1976-1977 

2

29

Nos. 261-265 1977 

2

30

Nos. 266-270 1977 

2

31

Nos. 271-275 1977-1978 

2

32

Nos. 276-280 1978 

2

33

Nos. 281-285 1979 

2

34

Nos. 286-290 1979 

2

35

Nos. 291-295 1979-1980 

2

36

Nos. 296-300 1980-1981 

2

37

Nos. 301-305 1980-1981 

2

38

Nos. 306-310 1981-1982 

2

39

Nos. 311-314 1982 

2

40

Nos. 316, 320 1979-1980 

2

41

Nos. 321-325 1980-1982 

2

42

Nos. 326-330 1983 

2

43

Nos. 331-334 1983-1984 

2

44

Nos. 338-340 1984 

2

45

Nos. 341-345 1984-1985 

2

46

Nos. 346, 347 1985 

2

47

Nos. 351-356 1986-1987 

2

48

Graduate exam scores 1960-1981 

3

1

Hammer, Carl, papers with correspondence 1971-1980 

3

2

International Astronomical Union, Twelfth General Assembly, Agenda and draft reports 1964 June 

3

3

Log book 1933-1936 

3

4

Log book 1937-1938 June 

3

5

Log book 1938 July – 1940 

3

6

Map–location instruction for the Observatory n.d. 

3

7

Memorabilia of C. P. Olivier 

 

 

Book of Common Prayer 

3

8

German-English Dictionary 

3

9

“Method for Computing the Periods of Variable Stars,” by I. Jurkevich n.d. 

3

10

National Science Foundation, Graduate Research Laboratories Development Grant 

 

 

Application, (Physical Sciences building expansion) 1961 August 

3

11

Correspondence 1961-1962 

3

12

Final report – 1967, with correspondence, etc. 1962-1967 

3

13

Project program 1962 July 

3

14

Project, architectural plan, 2 drawings 

3

15

Proposal for a wing on the Physical Sciences Building 1960 Jan. 

3

16

Proposal for a wing on the Physical Sciences Building 1960 August 

3

17

Newspaper clippings, Philadelphia Inquirer–Neighbors 1984 Sept. 17 

3

18

Notebooks 

 

 

Alexander, R. Stanley, log 1938-1940 

3

19

Alexander, R. Stanley, notes and log 1938-1942 

3

20

Cook, G. W. [?], listing of interesting objects n.d. 

3

21

Eclipsing variables notes [Pierces, Newton L.] 1945-1949 

3

22

Irwin, J. B., log 1946 

3

23

Marshall, Roy K., log 1936-1938 

3

24

Olivier, C. P. 1950-1954 

3

25

Olivier, C. P., variable and Arqalaude Series, log 1934-1939 

3

26

Olivier, C. P., variable stars and photometry, log 1939-1942 

3

27

Olivier, C. P., variable stars and photometry, log 1942-1945 

3

28

Olivier, C. P., variable stars and photometry, log 1949-1951 

3

29

Olivier, C. P., variables of photometry, log 1945-1949 

3

30

P-Plates (usually 5 x 7), taken at primary focus of reflecting telescope 1945-1946 

3

31

Tabor, L. P., notation for plate numbers 1941 

3

32

O’Connell, D. J. K., “1961-1962 Eclipse of 31 Cygni,” 1964 

3

33

Pennsylvania Gazette, Article about Alfred Bendiner 1978 Nov 

4

1

Photographs of Frank Bradshaw Wood, research scholar in Astronomy at the Australian National University, Canberra (Mount Stromlo Observatory) 1957 

4

2

Photographs, solar eclipse, Eight 1932 

4

3

Photometric Study of EZ Aquilae, by Philip H. Taylor and Charles P. Olivier 1941 

4

4

Pierce Photometer construction, Invoices and purchase requisitions 1952 Feb. – 1955 

4

5

Pierce, Newton L. , Correspondence 1948-1950 

4

6

Publications of the Observatory of the University of Michigan, “The Tower Telescope of the McMath-Hulberrt Observatory,” by Robert R. McMath n.d. 

5

3

Publishing files of C. P. Olivier 

 

 

Professional correspondence 1 

4

7

Second Catalog of Hourly Meteor Rates, by Charles P. Olivier [1964?] 

4

8

EZ Aquilae 

 

 

Correspondence 1934-1936 

4

9

Notes and correspondence (1) 1936-1939 

4

10

Notes and correspondence, (2) 1946-1960 

4

11

Notes and draft 1941-1946 

4

12

Notes, correspondence and draft paper 1946-1960 

4

13

Resolving time 

 

 

Dual photometry n.d. 

4

14

Experimental data, old AMPs 1959-1961 

4

15

Pierce Photometer 

 

 

Channel ratios 1964-1965 

4

16

Memos 1965-1970 

4

17

Operating procedure 1972 

4

18

Selection of cells 1966 

4

19

Specifications 1967-1968 

4

20

Tests 1959-1965 

4

21

Tests 1963 and before 

4

22

Timing tests 1958-1975 

4

23

Resolving time analysis [1966] 

4

24

Resolving time for the Pierce Photometer, a study by George Wolf 1966 

4

25

Site Selection Survey of New Zealand, Final Report (by Frank M. Bateson) 1964 

4

26

Star Atlas, by Winslow Upton 1896 

5

4

Tables for light-time corrections 1964 

4

27

Zimmermann, H., Rechentafel 1899 

4

28

 

List of Flower and Cook Observatory Reprints, 1929-1987 

Box

Folder

1 Olivier, C.P. 1929, “The American Meteor Society Bulletin No. 10”. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

2 Olivier, C.P. 1929, “Influences of Meteoric Astronomy on Evolution,” Journal of the Franklin institute 207, No.6, 733. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

3 Olivier, C :P. 1928, “Unprofitable Meteors Pay Large Dividends”, Science LXIX, No.1780, 165. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

3A Barton, S.G. 1929, “Double Stars in the Astrographic Catalogue Hyberadad Section,” Astronomische Nachrichten 235, Nr. 5640, 426. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

4 Olivier, C.P; 1929 “Results Derived from 8600 Meteor Observations Made During the Years 1919-1925,”° Publs. Leander McCormick Observatory of the Univ. of Virginia V, Part 1, 1. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

5 Olivier C.P. 1929, “1. Meteor Notes (Dec. 1928-Dec. 1929), 2.Fireball of June 22, 1927 (March, 1929), 3.Tegas Fireball of Aug. 8, 1928 (Ma , 1929),” Popular Astronomy , 37, 54,104,133,176, 243, 274, 275, 289, 341, 400, 466, 528, 598. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

6 Olivier, C.P. 1930, “The American Meteor Society Bulletin No. 11.” (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

7 Olivier, C.P. 1930, “The American Meteor Society Bulletin No. 12.” (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

8 Olivier C.P. 1930, “Meteor Notes (Jan. 1930- Dec. 1930 ,” Popular Astronomy 38, 45,112,174,244,307,356, 442 02,551,619. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

9 Barton, S.G. 1931, “Double Stars from the San Fernando Astrographic Zane,” A.J. 41, No.953, 35. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

10 Olivier, C.P. 1931 “The Illinois Fireballs of July 25, 1929,” Popular Astronomy 39, No.9, 521. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

11 Olivier, C .P, 1946, “Methods for Computing the Heights and Paths of Fireballs and Meteors,” Popular Astronomy, 54, No.3, 141. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

11A Barton, S.G. 1931, “A Note on Least Squares,” A.J., 41, No.953, 43. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

12 Olivier C.P. 1931,” l. Meteor Notes (Jan. 1931-Dec. 1931), 2. Fireball of October 7, 1928, 3. The Illinois Fireballs of July 25, 1929,” Popular Astronomy , 39 37, 102, 149 219, 293, 330, 347 , 406, 491,546, 605. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

13 Olivier, C.P. 1932, “The American Meteor Society Bulletin No. 13.” (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

14 Barton, S .G. 1932, “New Double Stars in the Tacubaya Astrographic Zone -16°,” A.J. 42, 93. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

15 Olivier C.P. 1932, “Meteor Notes (Jan. 1932-Dec. 1932 ,” Popular Astronomy 40, 46, 94, 

 

 

163, 220, 285, 357, 411, 495 , 575, 645. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

15A Olivier, C .P. 1932, ‘”Pennsylvania Fireballs of Nov. 23, 1931,” Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, VI, 1. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

16 Olivier, C.P. 1933, “The American Meteor Society Bulletin no. 14.” (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

17 Barton, S.G. 1933, “The Double Stars in the Cape Astrographic Zones, Declinations -40° to -52o Astr. Nach. 250 Nr. 5980, 50. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

18 Olivier, C.P. 1933, “Heights and Train-Drifts of Leonid Meteors of 1932,” American Philosophical Society, LXXII, No. 4, 215. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

19 Olivier, C.P. 1933, “Meteoritic Astronomy,” Scientia, July, 1933. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

20 Wilson, Jr. R.H. 1933, “The Orbit of Z 2294,” A.J., 43, No. 998, 41. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

21 Olivier, C.P. and Wills, D.M. 1933, “‘Daily and Monthly Meteor Rates,” Proceedings of Pennsylvania Academy of Science, VII, 1. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

22 Olivier C.P. 1933, “Meteor Notes (Jan.1933-Dec. 1933 ,” Popular Astronomy 41, 5 1,110,167,208,278,337, 406, 61,51,578. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

23 Bunch, S. and Olivier, C.P. 1933, “Tennessee Fireball of August 23 1933,” Monthly Weather Review 61,326. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

24 Barton, S.G. 1934, “Double Stars in the Helsinafors Astrographic Zone, Third Paper,” A.J. 43, 119. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

25 Olivier, C.P, 1934, “The American Meteor Society Bulletin No, 15.” (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

26 Olivier, C.P. 1934, “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society,” Popular Astronomy 42, 41, 97, 154, 219, 274, 334, 393, 464, 508, 595. 

 

 

27 Barton, S.G. 1935,. “New Double Stars from Bordeaux Astrographic Catalogue,” A.J. 44, No. 1028, 105. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

28 Barton, S.G. 1935, “Double Stars in the Hyberadad Astrographic Zone,” Astr. Nach 256, Nr. 6140, 358. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

29 Olivier, C,P, 1935, “Problems Presented by a Study of Fireballs Recently Observed in America” Proceedings American Philosophical Society, LXXV, No.6, 483. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

30 Olivier, C,P. 1935,”The Pennsylvania Fireball of February 27, 1935,” Monthly Weather Review 63, 158, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

31 Barton, S.G, 1935, “New Double Stars from the Perth Astrographic Catalogue,” A.J. 45, No. 1039, 33. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

32 Olivier, C.P, 1935, Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society, Popular Astronom , 43, 28,116,178,239,307, 376,455,498,5 654, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

32A Mohler, 0. 1935, “The Spectrum of Nova,” Lancaster Press, Inc. (COOK OBS.) 

 

 

33 Olivier C.P. 1936,”Corrections and Additions to the Double Stars Found b Olivier,” Astr. Nach. 258, Nr, 6192, 410. FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

34 Wilson, Jr., R.H. 1936 “‘Interferometric Measurement of Double Stars with an 18-inch Refractor,” Journal of the Franklin Inst. 221, No. 1,’65. (FLOWER OBS.) 35 Whitney B,S. 1936, “New Methods for Computing Meteor Heights,” M.N.R.A.S. 96, No.5, 544. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

35A Wamer, W .P. 1936, “The Eclipsing Variable SX Draconis,” Ph.D. Dissertation, 1936, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

36 Barton, S,G. 191. “NeNew Double Stars,” A.J. 45, No, 1046, 99. (FLOWER 

 

 

37 Olivier, C.P. 1936 “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society,” Popular Astronomy, 44, 37, 88, 212, 277, 326, 374, 438, 490, 558. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

37A Mohler, O. 1936, “Spectroscopic Orbit of TX Leonis,” Lancaster Press, Inc. (COOK OBS.) 

 

 

38 Olivier, C.P. 1937, “Results of the Yale Photographic Meteor Work, 1893-1909,” A.J. 46.. No. 1061, 41. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

39 Barton, S.G. 1937, “Double Stars in the Melbourne Astrographic Catalogue (Declinations -64′ to -71′); Double stars of the Sydney Astrographic Catalogue (Declinations -51’ to -55’),” Astr, Nach. 263, Nr. 6305, 347, and Nr. 630 383. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

40 Wilson, Jr. R.H. 1937, “Orbital Motion of ADS 9744 (Serpentis),” A.J. 46, No. 1072, 153, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

41 Olivier, C.P. 1937,’ “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society,” Popular Astronomy, 45, 42, 97, 159, 203, 266, 324, 441, 496, 553. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

42 Baldwin, R .B. 1938, ” The Forces in the System of E Aurigae,” A.J. 47, No, 1083, 41. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

42A Olivier C.P. 1938, ” Fourteen New Double Stars Found at Flower Observatory,” A.J. XLVII, No. 1088, 100, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

43 Olivier, C.P. 1945, “The American Meteor Society Bulletin no. 16.” (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

44 Barton, S.G. 1938, “New Double Stars,” A.J. 47, No, 1093, 133. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

44A Mohler 0, 1938, “Measures of Effective Wave Length with Wide Angle Lenses,” Lancaster Press, Inc. (COOK OBS.) 

 

 

44B Tabor, L.P. 1938? “The Electronically Controlled Telescope Clock at the Cook Observatory,” Lancaster Press, Inc. (COOK OBS.) 

 

 

44C Baldwin, R.B. 1938, “The Spectrum of Cassiopeiae in the Photographic Region,” Astrophysical Journal 87, 573, (COOK OBS.) 

 

 

45 Baldwin, R.B, 1939, “The Eclipsing Variable TT Herculis,” A.J. 48, No. 1101, 1. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

46 Olivier, C.P. 19384 “Meteor Notes From the American Meteor Society,” Popular Astronomy, 46, 43,101, 154, 216, 271, 325, 400, 467, 515, 576. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

47 Barton, S.G. 1939, “New Bauble Stars From the Paris Astrographic Catalogue,” A.J. 48, No. 1116, 145. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

47A Levitt, I.M. and Blitzstein, W. 1947, “Counting Light by Counting Pulses,” The Pennsylvania Gazette, 4b, No.2, 12. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

48 Wilson Jr., R.H. 1940, “A New Orbit For the Visual Binary Star ADS 3064,” A.J. 49, No.1125, 25. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

49 Olivier, C.P. 1939, “Meteor Notes From the American Meteor Society, Popular Astronomy, 47, 40, 89, 145, 204, 264, 318, 380, 434, 46, 556. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

50 Barton, S.G. 1940, “The Proffer Motion of Oxford Astrographic 29°34482-3,” Pub. Astr. Sac. Pacific, 52, 133. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

50A Barton, S.G. 1941, “Notes on Spherical Astronomy by W.M. Smart”, Pub. Astr. Sac. Pacific, 53, 28. 

 

 

51 Barton, S.G. 1946, “The Names of the Satellites,” Popular Astronomy, 44, No. 3, 122. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

52 Olivier, C.P. 1940, “Meteor Notes From the American Meteor Society,”Popular Astronomy, 48, 38, 90, 149, 203, 261, 325, 379, 430, 490, 553, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

52A Olivier, C.P. 1940, ” Gustavus Wynne Cook, 1867-1940,'” Publ. Astr. Sac. Pacific 52, No. 308, 272. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

52B Skellett, A.M. 1940, “The Caronaviser,” Bell Lab. Record, Vol. 18, Na. 6, 162. (COOK OBS.) 

 

 

53 Taylor, P .H. 1941? “A Note an the Variation in Period of ZZ Cassiapeiae,” Pub. Astr. Sac. Pacific, 53, 117. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

54 Taylor, P.H. 1941, “Asymmetry in the Light Curves of Eclipsing Variables”, Astrophys. Journal 94, No.1, 46. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

55 Barton, S.G. 1943, “The Pronunciation of the Names of the Navigational Stars”, Ensign XXX, No.7. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

56 Barton, S.G, 1942, “New Double Stars,” Astronomical Journal 50, No. 1141, 11, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

57 Reilly, E.F. 1944, ” A Statistical Study Based Upon Four Methods far Computing Meteor Heights,” Popular Astronomy L11, No.6, 288. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

58 Olivier, C .P: 1941, “Meteor Notes From the American Meteor Society, ” Popular Astronomy 49, 39, 148, 204, 323, 379, 437, 548. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

59 Barton, S.G. 1947, “New Double Stars,” Astronomical Journal 52, No,6, 178. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

60 Olivier, C.P. 1942, “Long Enduring Meteor Trains,” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 85, No.2, 93, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

61 MacRae, D.A. 1949, “Stellar Photometry With a Rotating Sector,” M.N.R.A.S. 109, No.5, 557. (COOK OBS.) 

 

 

62 Davis Jr., G.A., McHugh, D.J,, and Barton, S .G, 1942, “Report Prepared by the Committee of the American Astronomical Society on Preferred Spellings and Pronunciations,” Popular Astronomy 50, No. 7, 356. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

63 Olivier, C.P. 1942 “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society,” Popular Astronomy 50 41,93,153,211, 265,327,383,4 6,497,556. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

64 Olivier, C.P. 1943 “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society,” Popular Astronomy, 51, 41, 94, 155, 217, 271, 336, 392, 450, 508, 558, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

65 Olivier, C.P. 1944, “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society, Popular Astronomy, 52, 40, 91, 145, 192, 241, 297, 344, 449, 508. 

 

 

66 Olivier, C.P. 1945 “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society, ‘ 53, 36, 136, 182, 235, 349, 399, 455, 508. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

67 Olivier, C.P. 1946. “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society,” Popular Astronomy, 54, 40, 90, 141, 245, 305, 365, 475, 533, FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

68 Olivier, C.P. 1947 “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society,” Popular Astronomy, 55, 35, 151, 212, 261, 319, 375, 442, 491. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

69 Olivier, C.P. 1947, ‘”Lonq Enduring Meteor Trains,” Second Payer, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 91, No. 4, 315. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

70 Irwin, J.B. 1947, “Tables Facilitating the Least-Squares Solution of an Eclipsing Binary Light-Curve,” Astrophys. Journal 106, No.3, 380. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

71 Barton, S.G. 1947, ‘~It°s a Date ” Scientific Monthly LXV, No. 5, 408. (FLOWER OBS.~ 

 

 

72 Barton, S .G. 1947, “Durer and Early Star Maps,” Sky and Telescope, 6, No. 11, 6, and No. 12, 12. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

73 Irwin, J.B. 1948, “The Expected Performance of the Edvac on some Astronomical Problems, Publ. Astr. Sac. Pacific 60, No.355, 235. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

74 Barton S.G. 1949, “The Quaker Calendar,” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 93, No.1, 32, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

75 Olivier, C.P. 1948, “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society, Popular Astronomy 56, 39,106,151,212,319, 381,431,491,542. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

76 Levitt, I.M. 1949, “The Problem of Eclipsing Binaries and Photometric Research on the Eclipsing variable ZZ Cassiopeiae,” Journal of the Franklin institute 247, No, , 2, and 7. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

77 Olivier, C.P. 1949, “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society,” Popular Astronomy 57, 82,132,242,337,393, 446,503, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

78 Wilson, Jr., R.H. 1950 “Observations of Double Stars,” Astronomical Journal 55, No. 1185, 153. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

79 Olivier, C.P. 1959, “Some Results from Data Secured by the American Meteor Society,” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 94, No.4, 327. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

80 Barton S.G, 1951, “New Double Stars,” Astronomical Journal 55, No.1187, 218. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

81 Blitzstein, W, 1954, “The Eclipsing Variable XZ Andromedae,” Astronomical Journal 59, No.1219, 251. (COOK OBS.) 

 

 

82 Wilson, Jr., R.H. 1950, “Some Contributions of the Interferometer to Double-Star Research,” Popular Astronomy, 58, 334. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

83 Wilson, Jr., R,H. 1951, “Observations of Double Stars–­Summer 1950, ” Astronomical journal 56, No. 1191, 69. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

84 Olivier, C .P. 1950, “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society, ‘” Popular Astronomy 58, 30, 128, 181, 233, 397, 454, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

85 Olivier, C.P. 1951, “Meteor Notes from the American Meteor Society, Popular Astronomy 59,34,158,217,270,329, 443,482,542. FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

86 Koch, R.H. 1955, “Times of Minima of Selected Eclipsing Variables, ” Astronomical Journal 61, No.1235, 47. (COOK OBS.) 

 

 

87 Wood, F.B. 1951,” Photometry of Zeta Aurigae in the 1947-­1948 Eclipse, ” Astrophys. Journal, 114, No.3, 505. (FLOWER, COOK OBSERVATORIES) 

 

 

88 Wilson, Jr., R .H. 1952 “Double Star Observations in 1951, ” Astronomical Journal 57, No.1204, 248. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

89 Nason M.E. and Moore, R.C. 1951, “Observed Minima of Selected Eclipsing Variables,” Astronomical Journal 56, No.1194, 182. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

90 Roach, F.E. and Wood, F.B. 1952, “An Interpretation of the Photometric observations of Zeta Aurigae,” Annales D’Astrophysique 15, 21. (FLOWER, COOK OBSERVATORIES) 

 

 

91 Wood, F .B. 1953, “Photometric Observations of 31 Cygni in the 1951 Eclpise,” Astronomical Journal 58, Na.1206, 51. (FLOWER, COOK OBSERVATORIES) 

 

 

92 Wood, F.B. and Lewis, E.M. 1954, “A Note on 32 Cygni,” Astronomical Journal 59, No.1215, 119. (FLOWER, COOK OBS.) 

 

 

93 Wilson Jr., R.H. 1954 ” Observations of Double Stars in 1952,” Astronomical Journal 59, 1215, 132. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

94 Wood F.B. 1956, “Eclipsing Variable Stars: A Survey of the Field,” Vistas in Astronomy 11, 1171. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

95 Olivier, C .P. 1953, “Reports of the American Meteor Society, ” Meteoritics I, No. l, 81. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

96 Wilson Jr., R.H. 1953, ‘”Ambiguous Solutions for the Orbit of the Double Star ADS 4971 (A 2667) ,” Extrait du Journal des Observateurs XXXVII No. 2, 21. 

 

 

97 Binnendijk,L. 1955, “Additional Observations of Pleione,” Astronomical Journal 60, 364. 

 

 

98 Wilson Jr., R.H. 1954, “Double Star Observations in 1953,” Astronomical Journal 59, No.1219, 256, and 1222, 411. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

99 Olivier, C.P. 1954, “Reports of the American Meteor Society,” Meteor ties 1, No.2, 247, (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

100 Olivier, C.P. 1955, “The American Meteor Society Bulletin,” No. 17. (FLOWER 0 BS. 

 

 

101 Binnendijk, L. 1955, “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of 44i Bootis,” Astronomical Journal 60, No. 1232, 355.”Additional Observations of Pleione,” Astronomical Journal 60, No. 1232, 364,(FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

102 Olivier, C.P. 1957, “Long Enduring Meteor Trains and Fireball Orbits,” Third Paper, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 101, No. 3, 296. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

103 Olivier, C .P. 1955, “Reports of the American Meteor Society,” Meteoritics 1, No.3, 366. (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

104 Olivier,, C,P. 1954, “Reports of the American Meteor Society,” Meteoritics (also report for 1955). (FLOWER OBS.) 

 

 

105 Wood, F.B, and Blitzstein, W. 1957, “Observations of Aurigae in the 1955-56 Eclipse,” Astronomical Journal 62, No. 1249, 165. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

106 Wood, F .B. 1957, “Photometric Evidence of Instability in Eclipsing Systems,” International Astronomical Union Symposium No. 3, Non-Stable Stars, 144. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

107 Wood, F .B.1957, “Problems of Co-Ordination and Co-Operation in Double-Star Astronomy “R.A,S.C. Journal 51, No.1, 65. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

108 Binnendijk, L. 1957, “W Ursae Majoris Type Systems,” R.A.S:C. Journal 51, No.1, 83. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

109 Svolopoulos S.N. 1957, “Two-Color Photoelectric Observations of BX Andromedae,” Astronomical Journal 62, No.1253, 330. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

110 Wood, F.B. 1957, Photoelectric Observations of UK Monocertis,” Astronomical Journal 62, No.1253, 327. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

110A Keller, G.; Protheroe, W.M.; Barnhart, P.E.; Galli, J. 1956, Investigations of Stellar Scintillation and the Behavior of Telescope Images”, RF Project 635 Final Report, Electronics Researctl Directorate Contract AF19 (604)-1409. (PERKINS OBSERVATORY 

 

 

111 Olivier, C.P. 1958, “The American Meteor Society Bulletin,” No. 18. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

112 Fredrick, L,W, 1959, “World-Wide Observations of VV Cephei,” Sky and Telescope XVIII, No.3, 2. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

113 Binnendiik, L. 1958, “Photoelectric Light Curves of V566 Ophiuchi and AB Andromedae,” Astronomical Journal 64, No.1267, 65, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

114 Wood, F .B. 1959, “The Short-Period Variable, SX Phoenicis,” Astronomical Journal, 64, No.1271, 222. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

115 Olivier, C.P. 1956, 1957, 1958, “Meteor Reports,” The Meteoritical Society, 3. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

116 Chou, K. C. 1959, “New Light Elements of Five Eclipsing Variables,” Astronomical Journal 64, No.1275, 468. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

117 Wood, F.B. 1960, “The Eclipsing System, TZ Coronae-Austrinae,” Astronomical Journal 65, No.1276, 23. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

118 Binnendijk L. 1960, “Photoelectric Light Curves of V839 Ophiuchi,” Astronomical Journal 65, 79. “Photoelectric Observations of 8 Lyrae,,” Astronomical Journal 65, 84. “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of U Pegasi” Astronomical Journal 65, 88. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

119 Olivier, C.P. 1959, “Meteor Reports,” The Meteoritical Society, 3. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

119A Olivier, C.P. 1959 `”On the Epochs and Periods of 24 Variable Stars, Astr. Nach. 285, No. 3, 148. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

120 Binnendiik, L. 1960; “The Light Variation and Orbital_ Elements of AH Virginis,” Astronomical Journal 65, No.6, 358. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

121 Fredrick, L.W. 1960, “Observations of E Aurigae,” Astronomical Journal 65, No. 2, 97. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

122 Koch, R.H. 1960, “Photoelectric Photometry of AS Eridani,” Astronomical Journal 65, No. 3, 139. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

123 Koch, R.H. 1960, ” Three-Color Photometry of AO Cassiopeiae,” Astronomical Journal 65, No.3, 127. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

124 Koch, R.H. 1960, “Photometry of R Canis Majoris,” Astronomical Journal 65, No.5, 326. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

125 Koch, R.H. 1960, “Photoelectric Light Curves of XY Leonis,” Astronomical Journal 65, No.6, 374, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

126 Wood, F,B: 1960, “Photoelectric Photometry in Astronomical Studies,” Science 132, No. 3434, 1123. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

127 Fredrick, L,W, 1960, “The System of VV Cephei,” Astronomical Journal 65, No, 10, 628. FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

128 Bookmyer B,B. 1960, “Observations and Times of Minima for Tree W Ursae Majoris Systems,” Astronomical Journal 66, No. 1, 24. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

129 Binnendijk, L. 1960, “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of AK Herculis,” Astronomical Journal 66, No. 1, 27. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

130 Wood, F.B. 1961, “Astronomy,” Reprinted from Sciences in Communist China, Pub. By American Association for Advancement of Science, 671. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

131 Olivier, C.P. 1960, “Meteor Reports,” American Meteor Society, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

131A Olivier, .P. 1960, “The Great Fireball of 26 July, 1938,” Science 131, No, 3393, 86. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

132 Wood, F,B. and McCluskey, Jr ., G. E. 1961, “The Eclipsing System V Tucanae, Astronomical Journal 66, No. 3 , 413. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

133 Protheroe, W.M. 1961, “Stellar Scintillation,” Science 134, No. 3490, 1593. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

133A Protheroe, W.M.; Chen, K-Y 1960, “The Correlation of Stellar Shadow Band Patterns with Upper Air Winds and Turbulence”, Final Tech. Report, AF 19(604)- 1570; GRD No. TR-60-287. (FLOWER AND COOK OBSERVATORY 

 

 

134 Binnendijk, L. 1962, “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of ER Orionis,” Astronomical Journal 67, No. 1, 86, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

135 Maron, I., Luchak, G, and Blitzstein, W. 1961, “Radar Observation of Venus,” Science 134, No.3488, 1419. (RCA MOORESTOWN 

 

 

136 Wanner J.F. 1961, “A Contour Map of IC 443 at 1400 MC/S,” Publications Astronomical Society Pacific 73, No. 431, 143. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

137 Olivier, C.P. 1961, “Meteor Reports,” American Meteor Society. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

137A Olivier, C.P. and others 1961, “The Variable EZ Aquilae,” Astr. Nach. 286, No.3, 123. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

138 Bateson, F.M. 1962, “Site Testing in New Zealand,” Sky and Telescope XXIV, No. 1, 4. (MT. JOHN UNIV. OBS.) 

 

 

139A Binnendijk, L. 1963, “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of RZ Tauri,” Astronomical Journal 68, No. 1, 22. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

139b Binnendik, L. 1963, “Photoelectric Light Curves of FG Hydrae,” Astronomical Journal 68, No. 1, 30. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

140 Wood. F.B. 1963, “Empirical Data on Eclipsing Binaries,” Reprinted from Strand: Basic Astronomical Data Stars and Stellar Systems, Vol. III) The University of Chicago Press, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

141 Koch, R,H. and Lampert. G.H. 1964, “On the Variability of TZ Cancri,” Publications Astronomical Society Pacific, 76, No. 451, 254. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

142 Wood, F.B. and Lam pert, G.H. 1963, “On 6 Capricorni,” Publications Astronomical Society Pacific 75, No. 444, 281. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

143 Olivier, C .P. 1962, “Meteor Reports, American Meteor Society.” (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

144 Protheroe, W.M. 1964, “The Motion and Structure of Stellar Shadow-Band Patterns,” Royal Meteorological Society Journal, Jan., P. 27, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

145 Klepctiynski, W.J. and Wood, F.B. 1964, “The Eclipsing System, RS Leporis,” Astronomical Journal 69, No.1, 92, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

146 Olivier, C.P. 1964, “Catalogue of Fireball Radiants,” American Meteor Society. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

147A Binnendijk,L. 1964, “The Orbital Elements of RZ Comae,” Astronomical Astronomical Journal 69, No. 2, 154. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

147B Binnendijk, L. 1964,'”The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of DK Cygni,” Astronomical Journal, 69, No, 2, 157. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

148 Wood, F.B. and Richardson, R.R. 1964, “The Eclipsing System AL Velorum,” Astronomical Journal 69, No. 4, 297. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

149 Olivier, C.P. 1963, “Meteor Reports, American Meteor Society.”” (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

150 Blitzstein, W. and Chou, K.C. 1964, “Times of Minima and Light Curve Variations of W Drsae Majoris,” Astronomical Journal 69, No. 5, 365. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

151 Kondo, Y. and Harris, A.J. 1964, “Photoelectric Photometry of Zeta Aurigae in the 1963-64 Eclipse,” Astronomical Journal 69, No. 6, 409. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

152 Woods F.B.1964, “On the Evolution of Close Binary Stars,'” Vistas in Astronomy, 5, 119. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

153 Kondo, Y. 1964, “Photoelectric Observations of BV 328,” Veroff. Remeis Sternwarte, Bamberg, Band V, No. 18, Teil B, Feb. P.5. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS, 

 

 

154A Binnendijk, L. 1965, “Light Variation and Orbital Elements of AC Bootis,” Astronomical Journal 70, No, 3, 201. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

154B Binnendijk, L, 1965, “Orbital Solutions of V566 Ophiuchi and YY Eridani,” Astronomical Journal 70, No. 1, 209. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

155 Olivier, C.P, 1964, “Meteor Reports, American Meteor Society.'” (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

155R Wood, F.B, 1964, “International Campaign to Obtain Compatible Light Curves of Variable Stars,” Year Book of the American Philosophical Society, 250.(FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

156 Bookmyer, B. 1965, “A Study of Photoelectric Observations of SW Lacertae,” Astronomical Journal 70, No.6, 415. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

157 Binnendijk, L. 1965, “The W Drsae Majoris Systems,” K1. Veroff. Remeis Sternwarte, Bamberg 4, No. 40, 36. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

158A Wilson? R. E. 1965, “A Possible Extended Atmosphere in the Eclipsing System VV UMa,” Astronomical Journal 70, No. , 368. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

158B Wilson, R. E. 1966, “Photometry of XZ CMi,” Astronomical Journal 71, No. 1 , 32, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

159A Sobieski, S. 1965, “The Monochromatic Reflection Effect, I, Phase Laws for Algol-type Binaries,” Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 12, No, 109, 263.(FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

159B Sobieski S. 1965, “The Monochromatic Reflection Effect, II. He Monochromatic Reflection Coefficient,” Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 12, No. 109, 276. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

160 Chambliss, C. 1965, “The Eclipsing Binar System WY Cancri,”‘ Astronomical Journal 70, No. 9, 741, (ROWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

161 Kondo Y. 1966 ‘”Photoelectric Observations and Orbital Solutions of BV 342,” Astronomical Journal 71, No, 1, 54. (FLOWER AND COOK OH. 

 

 

162 Kondo, Y. 1966, “Photoelectric observations and orbital Solutions of BV 267,” Astronomical Journal 71, No. 1, 46. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

163 Winkler, L. 1966, “Blue and Yellow Photoelectric Photometry of the Eclipsing Variable DO Cassiopeiae”” Astronomical Journal 71, No, 1, 40. (FLOWER ANb COOK’ OBS.) 

 

 

164 Olivier, C P. 1965, “Meteor Reports, American Meteor Society.” (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

165 Chen, Kwan-yu and Reuning, B.G. 1966, “Infrared Photometry of Beta Persei,” Astronomical Journal 71, No,4, 283. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

166 Binnendijk, L. 1966, “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of W Ursae Majoris,” Astronomical Journal 71, No. 5, 340. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

167 McCluskey Jr,, G.E. 1966, “Eclipsing System UV Leonis,” Astronomical Journal 71, No. 6, 536. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

168 McCluskey Jr., G.E. 1966, ” Eclipsing S stem RX Arietis,” Astronomical Journal 71, No .6, 527. FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

169 Leung, Kam-Ching 1967,,”E Intensities of AD Stars with Known Periods,” The Magnetic and Related Stars (Robert C. Cameron, Editor), P. 449. (,FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

170 Wood F .B., Flower and Cook Observatory Yearly Report. 1966-1967 Academic Year. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

171 Olivier, C.P. 1967, “The Great Bolide of April 25, 1-966,°° Sky and Telescope 33, No. 2, 83. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

172 Binnendijk, L. 1967, “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of UX Eridani,” Astronomical Journal 72, No.1, 82. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

173 Gleim, J.K. 1967, “Photoelectric Photometry of SW Lyncis,” Astronomical Journal 72, No. 4, 493. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

174 Gleim, J.K. 1967,”Photoelectric Photometry of BV 382,” Astronomical Journal,. 72, No.4, 503 (-FLOWER–AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

175 Chambliss, C.R , “The Eclipsing, System BV 419,” Astronomica -Journa –72-; Na:4- . 12: .-f FLOWER- AND COOK OBS. 

 

 

176 Chambliss, C.R. 1967 “The Eclipsing Binary System BV 430,” Astronomical Journal 72, No. 4, 518. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

177 Leung K.-C, and Wehlau, W. 1976 “Variability of the Delta Scuti Stars,” Astrophysical journal 149, 39. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

178 Harris, A.J. 1967, “A Program to Calculate Theoretical Light Curves by the Chi Functions,” Contributions of the Observatory, New Mexico State University, 1, No. 1. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

179 Olivier, C.P. 1966, “Meteor Reports, American Meteor Society.” (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

180 Leung, K.-C. 1967, “The Period Luminosity Relation of Beta Canis Majoris Stars,” Astrophysical Journal 150, 223. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

181 Wilson, R .E, 1976, “Photometry of V502 Ophiuchi,” Astronomical Journal 72, No.8, 1028. FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

182A Binnendijk, L. 1967, “Photoelectric Observations of SZ Lyncis,” Astronomical Journal 73, No. 1, 29. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

182B Binnendijk, L. 1967, “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of 00 Aquilae,” Astronomical Journal 73, No. 1, 32. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

183 Harris, A.J. 1968, “Photometric Studies of the Eclipsing Systems BV 412, BV 332, and V836 Cygni,” Astronomical Journal 73, No. 3, 164. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

184 Olivier, C P. 1967, “Meteor Reports, American Meteor Society.” (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

185 Wood, F,B., Flower and Cook Observatory Yearly Report, 1967-1968 Academic Year. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

186 Wood, F B. 1967, “Highlights in Astronomy,” P. 394, Edited by L. Perek. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

187 Leung, K. C. 1968, “Dwarf Cepheid HDI99757,” Astronomical Journal 73, No.6, 500. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

188 Chambliss, C. R. 1969, “The Eclipsing Binary System AO Puppis,” Astronomical Journal 73, No. 10, Part 1, 1024. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

189 Olivier, C,P. 1969, “Long Enduring Meteor Trains,” Proc. American Philosophical Society 113, No, 2, 127. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

190 Olivier, C P. 1968, “Meteor Reports American Meteor Society.” (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

190A Meisel, D.D., Olivier, C .P. 1969, “Meteor Reports. American Meteor Society.” (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

191 Snowden, M.S. and Koch, R.H. 1969, ” Spectroscopic and Photometric Analyses of HR 7484,. Astrophysical Journal 156, 667. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

192 Binnendijk, L. 1969, “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of TZ Bootis Astronomical Journal 74, No. 2, 211. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.1 

 

 

193 Binnendijk5 L. 1969, ” Photoelectric observations of V502 Ophiuchi,” Astronomical Journal 74, No. 2, 218. (LOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

194 Binnendijk, L. 1969. “The Light Variation and orbital Elements of AG Virginis, Astronomical Journal 74, No. 8, 1024. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

195 Binnendiik, L. 1969, “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of AM Leonis ” Astronomical Journal 74, No. 8, 1031. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

196 Usher, P.D., Shen, B.S.P., Wright, F.W., Shapley, H. and Hanley, C.M. 1969, “Long-Term Behavior of the Seyfert Galaxy 3C 120,” Astrophysical Journal 158, 535. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

197 Pollack, J.B. and Shen, B.S.F. 1969, “Disintegration and Energy Degradation of Very High-Energy Cosmic Rays in Intense Photon Fields,” Physical Review Letters 23, 1358, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

198 Jurkevich.. I. 1970, “Partial Derivatives of Eclipse Istrophysics and Space Science 6, 4.” (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

199 Sobouti, Y. 1970, “A Potential Flow Pertaining to Binary Systems,” Astronomy and Astrophysics 5, 10, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

200 Usher, P.D., Shen, B.S.F., and Wright, F.W. 1970, “Yearly Variations of 3C 120,” Nature 225, 365. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

200A Olivier, C.P., Fredrick, L.W., Meisel, D.D. 1970, “Meteor Reports, American Meteor Society.” (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

201 Shen, B.S.P. and Usher, P.D. 1970, “Photometric History of BL Lacertae,” Nature 228, 1070. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

202 Vila, S.C. 1970, “Origin of the Ultra-Short Period Binary WZ Sagittae,” Nature 225, 1229. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

203 Blitzstein, W., Fliegel, H.F, and Kondo Y. 1970 “The Wavelength Dependence of Atmospheric Extinction,” Applied Optics 9, No. 11, 2539. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

204 Vila, S.C. 1970 “Late Evolution of Solar-mass Stars,” Astrophysical Journal 162, 605, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

205 Vila, Sic. 1970, “Adiabatic Pulsations for Cold Spheres of Low Mass,” Astrophysical Journal 162, 971. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

206 Koch, R.H. 1970 “Observational Facts of Binary Mass Loss,” Proc, IAU Colloquium No. 6, 65, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

207 Koch, R .H. 1970, “Exercises in the Russell Model of Eclipsing Binaries,” Vistas in Astronomy 12, 21. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

208 Jurkevich, I. 1970, “Machine Solutions of Light Curves of Eclipsing Binary Systems,” Vistas in Astronomy 12, 63. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

209 Binnendijk, L. 1970 “The Orbital Elements of W Ursae Majoris Systems,” Vistas in Astronomy 12, 217. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

210 Jurkevich, I. 1971, “A Method of Computing Periods of Cyclic Phenomena,” Astrophysics and Space Science 13, 154. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

210A Olivier, C.P., Fredrick, L.W., Meisel, D.D. 1971, “Meteor Reports, American Meteor Society.” (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

211 Jurkevich, I., Usher P.D. and Shen, B.S.P. 1971, “On the Light Variation of Seyfert Galas 3C 120,” Astrophysics and Space Science 10, 402. FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

212 Vila, S.C. 1971 ‘° Deuterium Burning as the Origin of the Outburst of the’ Star HL Taurus 76,” Astrophysical Journal 163, 543. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

213 Usher, P.D: Shen, B.S.P. and Barrett, J.W. 1971,” I Zw 1: A Variable Compact Galaxy,” Astrophysical Journal 165, 647. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

214 Pollack, JIB., Guthrie, P.D. and Shen B.S.P. 1971, “On the Absorption of Gamma Rays by Photons in Pulsars, Quasi-stellar Objects, and Other Source Objects,” Astrophysical Journal 169, L113. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

215 Vila, S.C. 1971 “Late Evolution of Close Binaries,” Astrophysical Journal, 168, 217. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

216 Vila, S.C. 1971 “‘Evolution of a o.6Msun White Dwarf,” Astrophysical Journal 170, 153. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

217 Binnendijk, L. 1971, “The Light Variations of XY Bootis and LS Herculis,” Astronomical Journal 76, No. 9, 923. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

218 Koch, R.R. 1971, “Search for Contracting Close Binaries,” IAU Colloquium No. 15, Veroff. Remeis Sternwarte Bamberg 9, 100, 291. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

219 Vila, S .C. 1971, “Gravitational Waves in the Evolution of Binary WZ Sagittae,” Nature Physical Science 230, 39. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

220 Shen, B.S.P., Usher, P.D, and Barrett, J .W. 1972, “Phot6etr of Compact Galaxies ” Astrophysical Journal 171, 457. FLOWER AND COOK OBS.1 

 

 

220A Olivier, C.P., Fredrick, L.W., Meisel, D.D. 1972, “Meteor Reports, American Meteor Society.” (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

221 Jurkevich, I, 1972,49n the Light Variation of the Quasar SC 273,” Astrophysical Journal 172, L29. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

222 Koch R.R. 1972, “The Photometric Behavior of Close Binary Stars,” Publ. Astronomical Soc. Pacific 84, 5. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

223 Rigterink, P.V. 1972, “A Numerical Analysis of, the ~Variations in the Light Curve of W Ursae Maloris,” Astronomical Journal 77, No. 3, 230, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

224 Binnendijk, L. 1972, “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of RW Coronae Borealis,” Astronomical Journal 77, No. 3, 239, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

225 Binnendijk, L. 1972, “The Light Variation of UZ Leonis, Astronomical Journal 77, No. 3, 246. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

226 Rigterink, P,V. 1972, “A New Analysis of the Eclipsing Binary U Pegasi,” Astronomical Journal 77, No. 4, 119. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

227 Koch, R.R. 1972 “The Complicated Giant Binary, SX Cassiopeiae, Astronomical Journal 77, No. 6, 500. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

228 Wolf, GW. 1972, “A Search for Elliptical Polarization in Starlight,” Astronomical Journal 77, No. 7, 576. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

229 Binnendijk, L. 1972, “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of TZ Lyrae,” Astronomical Journal 77, No.7, 595. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

230 Binnendijk, L. 1972, “The Light Variation of AU Serpentis, Astronomical Journal 77, No.7, 603. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

231 Nalesnik. W.J., Devlin, T.J., Merker, M. and Shen, B.S.P. 1972,”Accelerator Measurement of the Energy Spectra of Neutrons Emitted in the Interaction of 3-Ge V Protons with Several Elements,” Proc. National Symposium on Natural and Manmade Radiation in Space, NASA TM-X-2400. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

232 Merker, M. 1972, “Energetic Neutrons Leaking From the Top of the Atmosphere,” Physical Review Letters 29, 1530. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

233 Binnendi1’k, L. 1973, “The Light Variation of the Eclipsing Variable DI Pegasi,” Astronomical Journal 78, No. l, 97. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

234 Binneadijk, L. 1973, “The Light Variation and Orbital Elements of VW Bootis ” Astronomical Journal 78, No. l, 103. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.1 

 

 

235 Pfeiffer, R.J. and Koch, R.H. 1973, “Polarimetry of Selected Spectroscopic Binaries,” Inf. Bulletin Variable Stars No. 780. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

236 Nha, I1-Seong 1973, “The Eclipsing Binary System RU Ursae Minoris,” Astronomical Journal, 78, No.l, 107. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

237 Skoski, L., Merker, M. and Shen, B.S.P. 1973, “Absolute rom Carbon by N Ions,” Physical Review Letters 30, 51. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

238 Koch, R.H, 1973, “”On the Envelopes of the Cool Members of Some Close Binaries,” Acta Astronomical 23, No. l, 31. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

239 Merker, M., Light, E.S., Verschell, H.J., Mendell, R,B., and Korff, S.A. 1973, “Time Dependent Worldwide Distribution of Atmospheric Neutrons and of their Products,” J. Geophysical Research 78, No. 16, 2727. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

240 Merker, M. 1973, “The Contribution of Galactic Cosmic Rays to the Atmospheric Neutron Maximum Dose Equivalent as a Function of Neutron Energy and Altitude,” Health Physics 25, 524. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

241 Schmitt, W .F., Ayres, C.L., Merker, M, and Shen, B.S.P. 1973, “A Mode for Astrophysicaf Spallation Reactions,” Proc. 13th Int. Cosmic Ray Conference, Univ. of Denver, 517, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS,) 

 

 

242 Ayres, C.L., Schmitt, W.F., Merker M, and Shen, B.S.P. 1973, “Calculation of Astrophysical Spallation Reactions Using the Reno Model,” Proc, 13th Int. Cosmic Ray Conference, Univ. Denver, 522. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

243 Sion, E.M. 1973, “Are Accreting DA White Dwarfs the Progenitors of DB White Dwarfs?” Astrophysical Letters 14, 219. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

244 Koch, R.H. 1973, “On General-Relativistic Periastron Advances,” Astrophysical Journal 183, 275. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

245 Petty, A.F. 1973, “Evolutionary Considerations Involving the Internal Density Concentration Parameter of Binary Stars,” Astrophysics and Space Science 21, 189. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

246 Koch, R R. 1973, “The Radiative Interaction and Evolution of Medium- and Low-Mass Binaries,” Astronomical Journal 78, No.5, 410. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

247 Koch R .H. 1974, “Blue CN-Absorption Measurements of Close Binary Stars,” Astronomical Journal 79, No. 1, 34. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

248 Koch, R.H. and Perry A.F. 1974, “Photographic Photometry in the Field of NGC 2264,” Astronomical Journal 79, 379. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

249 Binnendijk, L. 1975, “The Intrinsic Light Variation in Very Close Eclipsing Binary Systems with Distorted Components,” Vistas in Astronomy 16, 61. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

250 Binnendijk, L. 1975, “The Reflection Effect in Very Close Eclipsing Binary Systems with Distorted Components,” Vistas in Astronomy I6, 85. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.~ 

 

 

251 Vila, S .C. 1974, “White Dwarfs,” Taylor (ed.), Late Stages of Stellar Evolution, 222. (FLOWER AND COOK CBS.) 

 

 

252 Woodward, E.J. and Koch, R.H. 1975,”A Photometric Analysis of the Supergiant Close Binary, V453 Scorpii,” Publ. Astr. Sac. Pacific 87, 901. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

253 Koch, R.H. and Pfeiffer, R .J. 1976, “The Linear Polarization of BY Draconis,” Astrophysical Journal 204, L47. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

254 Vila, S.C: 1976, “Changing Gravitational Constant and White Dwarfs,” Astrophysical Journal 206, 213. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

255 Kilambi, G.C. 1976, “uvby Photometry of HD 116994,” Acta Astronomica 26, No.3, 247. FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

256 Vila, S.C. and Sion, E.M. 1976 The Pulsational Properties of High Luminosity Degenerate Stars with Helium Burnino Hear the Surface,” Astrophysical journal 207, 820. GLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

257 Sion, E.M. and Vila, S.C. 1976, The Pulsational Properties of High Luminosity Degenerate Stars with Helium Burninq Near the Surface,” Astrophysical Journal 209, 850. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

258 Pfeiffer, R .J. 1976, “Intrinsic Linear Polarization of the Eclipsing System AO Cas,” Astronomical Journal 81, No.11, 1000. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

259 Kilambi, G.C. 1977, “Broad-Band Photometry of NGC-6530,” Mon. Not. R. Astr. Soc. 178, 423. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

260 Vila, S.C. 1977 “Apsidal Motion in Highly Evolved Stars ” Astrophysical Journal 213, 464. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

261 Kilambi, G.C. 1977, “Variable Star Photometry of NGC-6530,” Acta Astronomica 27, 179. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

262 Koch, R.H. and Koealer, C.A. 1977, “A New Photometric Analysis of U Ophiuchi,” Astrophysical Journal, 214, 423. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

263 Pfeiffer, R.J. and Koch, R.H. 977 “On the Linear Polarization of Close Binaries,° Pub!. Astr: Soc. Pacific 89, 147. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

264 Vila, S .C. 1977, “Thermal Stability of Hydrogen-Burning Shells in White Dwarfs,” Astrophysical Journal 217; 171. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

265 Hrivnak, B.J. 1977, “A Photoelectric Search for optical Variability in Blue Stragglers,” Inf. Bulletin Var. Stars No. 1293. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

266 Binnendifk, L. 1977, “Synthetic Light Curves for Contact Binaries,” Vistas in Astronomy 21, 359. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

267 Koch, R.H. and Pfeiffer, R.J. 1977, “On the Visible-Band Polarization of HR 1099A,” Inf. Bulletin Var. Stars No. 1260. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

268 Koch R.H. 1977, “On General Relativistic Periastron Advances. II,” Astronomical Journal 82, 553. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

269 Ambruster C.W., ‘Short-Term W. Hull, A.B. and Koch, R.H. 1977, {‘ On the Short-Term Visible-Band Variability of V1500 Cygni,” Soviet Astronomy 21, No.3, 336, (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

270 Guinan, E.F., and Koch R.H. 197T “The Radial-Velocity Variation of V1010 Ophiuchi, Publ. Astr. Sac. Pacific 89, 74. 

 

 

271 Pfeiffer, R .J. 1977, “Survey of Selected Spectroscopic and Eclipsing Binaries for Intrinsic Linear Polarization,” Astronomical Journal 82, 734. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

272 Koch, R.H. and Pfeiffer, R.J. 1978 “The Linear Polarization of u Herculis,” Inf. Bulletin Var. Stars No. 1326. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

273 Koch, R.H. and Pfeiffer, R.J. 1978, “The Linear Polarization of VV Cephei into the 1977 Eclipse Totality,” Astronomical Journal 83, 183. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

274 Koch, R.H., Sutton, C.S. Choi, K .H., Kier, D.E. and Arquilla, R. 1978 “The Young Close Binary HD 47732 in NGC 2264,” Astrophysical Journal 222, 574. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

275 Koch, R.H. and Guinan E.F. 1978, “The Period Variability of the Close Binary W Serpentis,” Inf. Bulletin Var. Stars, No. 1483. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

276 Kilambi G.C., Duluy, D.L. and Koeglei, C.A. 1978, ‘”uvby Analysis of HR 8102,” Publ. Astr. Soc. Pacific 90, 194. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

277 Koch, R;H. 1978, “New Photoelectric Measures of Eta Orionis Inf. Bulletin Var. Stars, No. 1418. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

278 Vila, S.C. 1978, “Convection Measures of Viscosity for Accretion Disks of Cataclysmic Binaries,” Astrophysical Journal 223,. 979. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

279 Koch, R.H. and Shanus, C.R. 1978, “Light Curve Syntheses for the Overcontact Binar XY Leonis,” Astronomical Journal 83, No.11, 1452. FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

280 Kilambi, G.C. 1978, “UBV Analysis of the Open Cluster NGC 2571,” Publ, Astr. Sac. Pacific 90, 721. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

281 Struble, M.F. 1979, “Velocity Dispersion Profiles of Clusters of Galaxies.” Astronomical Journal 84, No. 1, 27. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

282 Struble, M.F. and Bludman, S.A. 1979, “Clusters of Galaxies Compared with N-Body Simulations: Density Profiles,” Astronomical Journal 84, No. 1, 40. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

283 Struble M.F. 1979, “Clusters of Galaxies Compared with N-Body Simulations: The Set of Serration Vectors,” Astronomical Journal 84, No.1, 50. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

284 Pfeiffer, R.J. 1979, “Intrinsic Linear Polarization of the Eclipsing Binary RS Canum Venaticorum,” Astrophysical Journal 232, 181. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

285 Struble, M.F. and Bludman, S.A. 1979, “Clusters of Galaxies Cam pared with N-Body Simulations:Masses and Mass Segregation,” Astrophysics and Space Science 64, 301. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

286 Struble M.F. 1979, “Velocity Dispersion Profiles of N-Body Simulations,” Astrophysics and Space Science 64, 319. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

287 Koch, R.H. 1979 “Two IUE Spectra RY Scuti,” Inf. Bulletin Variable Stars No. 1580. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

288 Guinan, E.F., Dorren, J.D., Siah M .J. and Koch, R.H. 1979 “On the Period and 4860 Light Curve of Cygnus X-1,” Astrophysical Journal 229, 296. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

289 Koch, R.H., Siah, M.J., and Fanelli, M.N. 1979, “The HE Ultraviolet Spectrum of V1073 Cygni,” Inf, Bulletin Variable Stars No. 1579. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

290 Koch, R.H., Siah, M.J. and Fanelli. M.N. 1979, “IUE Spectra of the Massive Close Binary V382 Cygni,” Publ. Astronomical Society Pacific 91, 474. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

291 Koch, R.H., Wood, F.B., Flarkowski, D.R., Oliver, J.P. 1979, “A Selection of Observationally Attractive Close Binaries,” Inf. Bulletin Variable Stars No. 1708. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

292 Koch R .H., Wood, F.B., Florkowski, D.R., Oliver, J.P., 1979, P6taelectrically-Neglected Eclipsing Binaries,” Inf. Bul. Variable Stars No.1709. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

293 Vila, S.C. 1979 “Variable Quasars as Pulsating Disks,” Astrophysical Journal 23 , 636. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

294 Woodward, E.J., Koch, R.H. and Eisenhardt, P.R. 1980, “Analyses of New Light Curve of AW Ursae Majoris,” Astronomical Journal 85, No. 1, 50. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

295 Vila, S,C, 1980 “Supernovae in Planetary Systems,” Astrophysical Journal 236, 645. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

296 BIitsstein, W., Bradstreet. D.H. Hrivnak, B.J., Hull, A.J., Koch R.H., Pfeiffer, R.J, and Galatala, A.P. 1980, “Mul ,filter Photometry and Polarimetry of Nova Cygni Pacific 92, 338. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

297 Bradstreet, D.H. 1981,”Analyses of a Light Curve of V523 Cassiopeiae,” Astronomical Journal 86, No. 1, 98. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

298 Wiita, P.J., Siah M.J. 1981, “Beam Models for Radio Sources III; Offset Sources and Single Jets,” Astrophysical Journal 243, 710. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

299 Koch, R.H., Hrivnak, B.J. 1981, “On Zahn’s Theory of Tidal Friction for Cool, Main- Sequence Close Binaries,” Astronomical Journal 86, No.3, 438.(FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

300 Ftaclas, C., Fanelli, M.N., Struble, M.F. Zuber, M.T. 1981, Velocity-Inclination Correlation in tie Virgo Cluster,” Astrophysical Journal 245, L5-L8. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

301 Choi, K ,H., Vila, S,C, 1981, “Planetary Nebulae in Planetary and Binar Systems,” Astrophysics and Space Science 77, 319. FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

302 Koch, R.H., Hrivnak, B.J. 1981, “A Photometric Study of the Close Binary Delta Orionis A,” Astrophysical Journal 248, 249. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

303 Koch, R.H., Bradstreet. D .H., Perry, P.M., Pfeiffer, R.J. 1981,”IUE Spectra of the Hot Close Binary V Puppis,’° Publ. Astronomical Society Pacific 93, 621. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

304 Struble, M.F., Rood, H.J. 1981, “Binary-Galaxy-Rich Clusters of Galaxies,” Astrophysical Journal 251, 471. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

305 Wiita, P .J. 1981, “Rotation and Luminosity Variations in Past-Main Sequence Stars,” Journal Astrophysics and Astronomy 2, 387. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

306 Struble, M.F., Rood, H .J. 1982, “Morphological Classification (Revised RS) of Abed- Clusters in D and an Analysis of Observed Correlations,” Astronomical Journal 87, No. 1, 7. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

307 Plavec, M.J., Weiland, J.L. 1982, “Energy Distribution in the Strongly Interacting Binary System SX Cassiapeiae,” Astrophysical Journal 256, 206. (FLO ER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

308 Wiita, P.J. 1982 “Physical Properties of Thick Supercritical Accretion Disks,” Astrophysical Journal 256, 666. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

309 Dadhich, N., Wiita, P.J. 1982, “Magnetic Fields and Accretion Disks Around Black Holes,” Journal of Physical Astronomy: Math. Gen. 15, 2645. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

310 Saikia, D.J., Wiita, P.J. 1982, “Nuclear Jets in Cygnus A.,'” Mon, Not. Royal Astronomical Society 200, 83. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

311 Koch, R.H., Pfeiffer, R.J. 1982,”The Polarization of Aurigae During the 1979-1980 Eclipse,” Astronomical Journal 87, No.10, 1409. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

312 Wiita, P .J. 1982 ‘”Thick Supercritical Accretion Disks and Active Gaiactic Nuclei,” Comments Astrophysics 9, 251. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

313 Dorren, J .D., Guinan, E.F. 1982, “Evidence for Starspots on Single solar-Like Stars,” Astronomical Journal 87, No.11, 1546. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

314 Cohen J.M., Struble, M.F., Pechenick, K.R., Kuharety, B. 1982, “Observable Blueshifts Near Compact Objects,” Astrophysics and Space Science 88, 307. (FLOWER AND COOK OBS.) 

 

 

315 Cohen, J.M., Ftaclas, C., Moses, H.E. 1979, “Clock Synchronization in a Rotating Frame,” Phys. Rev, D 19, 1273. 

 

 

316 Ftaclas, C., Cohen, J.M. 1979, “Charged Homogeneous Cosmologies,” Astrophys. Journal 227, 13. 

 

 

317 Ftaclas, C., Cohen, J.M. 1979, “Locally Rotationally Symmetric Cosmological Model Containing a Nonrotationally Symmetric Electromagnetic Field,” Phys. Rev. D 18, 4373. 

 

 

318 Ftaclas, C., Cohen J.M. 1979, “Tilted Bianchi Type-III Cosmologies,” Pays. Rev. D 19, 1051. 

 

 

319 Unused Number 

 

 

320 Ftaclas, C., Cohen, J.M. 1980, “Generalized Radial Observers and the Reissner-Nordstrom Field,” Phys. Rev. D 21, 2103. 

 

 

321 Paczynski, B „ and Wiita, P.J. 1980, “Thick Accretion Disks and Supercritical Luminosities,” Astronomy and Astrophys. 88, 23. 

 

 

322 Ftaclas, C„ Fanelli, M., Struble, M., Zuber,M. 1981, “Velocity-Inclination Correlation in the Virgo Cluster, Astrophys. Journal Letters 245, L5. 

 

 

323 Johnston, K,J., Elvis, M., Kier, D., and Shen. B.S.P. 1982, “Radio Jets in NGC 4151,”Astrophys. Journal 262, 61, 

 

 

324 Struble, M., Ftaclas, C. 1982, “A Comparison of Galaxy Images on New and Old POSE Prints,” Publ. Astr, Soc. Pacific 94, 763. 

 

 

325 Vila, S.C. 1982, “Disk Models for Cataclysmic Variables,” Astrophys. and Space Science 88, 293. 

 

 

326 Wiita, P.J., Kapahi, V.K., and Saikia, D.J. 1982, “Relativisitc Beams, Thick Accretion Disks, and Active Galactic Nuclei,” Bul. Astr. Soc. India 10, 304, 

 

 

327 Ftaclas, C. 1983 “Tidal Compression of the Local Supercluster,” M.N,R.A.S. 202, 7P. 

 

 

328 Ftaclas, C. Struble, M. 1983, “The Intrinsic Shape of cD Galaxies,,” Astrophys. Journal 274, 521. 

 

 

329 Narayan, R., Nityananda R „ and Wiita P.J. 1983 “The Luminosity of Particle Beams From Tick Accretion Disks, M.N.R.A.S. 205, 1103. 

 

 

330 Pechenick, K.R., Ftaclas, C., Cohen, J ,M, 1983, “Hot Spots on Neutron Stars; the Near-Field Gravitational Lens,” Astrophys. Journal 274, 846. 

 

 

331 Siah, M.J., and Wiita, P.J. 1983, “Beam Models for Radio Sources: IV. Improved Collimation of Jets,” Astrophys. Journal 270, 427. 

 

 

332 Wiita, P.J., Vishveshwara, C,V., Siah, M.J., and Iyer, B.R. 1983 “Magnetic Fields and Accretion Disks Around Kerr Black Hales,” Journal Phys. A.: Math. Gen, 16, 2077. 

 

 

333 Abramowicz, M.A., Livia, M., Piran, T., and Wiita, P.J., 1984, “Local Stability of Thick Accretion Disks. I, Basic Equations and Parallel Perturbations in the Negligible Viscosity Case,” Astrophys. Journal 279, 367. 

 

 

334 Ftaclas, C., Fanelli, M., Struble, M., 1984, “Velocity Distribution of Virgo Cluster Galaxies, Astrophys. Journal 282, 19. 

 

 

335 Guinan, E.F., Koch, R.H., Plavec, M.J. 1984, “Einstein observations of Selected Close Binaries and Shell Stars,” Astrophys. Journal. 282, 667. 

 

 

336 Koch, R,H., Davies, R.E. 1984, “No Evidence for Inter­-Stellar Proteins,” Astrophys. and Space Science 100, 425. 

 

 

337 Narlikar, J.V., Wiita, P.J. 1984, “Review of Violent Phenomena in the Universe,” Foundations Phys. 14, 575. 

 

 

338 Siah J., and Wiita P.J. 1984, “Formation and Propagation of Magnetized Radio Jets,” The Physics of Energy Transport in Extragalactic Radio Sources, Ed: A.H. Bridle and J.A. Eilek (XROA =Green Bank), 193. 

 

 

339 Vila, S.C. 1984, “Survival of the Earth and the Future Evolution of the Sun,” Earth, Moon, and Planets 31, 313. 

 

 

340 Wiita, P.J. 1984, “A Theorist’s Perspective an the Status of Radio Jets,” The Physics of Energy Transport in Extragalactic Radio Sources, Ed; A.H. Bridle and J.A, (NROA: Green Bank), 193. 

 

 

341 Wiita, P.J., and Mitteldorf, J.J. 1984, “On Detecting Intergalactic Dispersion,” The Observatory 104, 270. 

 

 

342 Iyer, B.R., Vishveshwara, C.V., and Wiita, P.J. 1985, Accretion onto Kerr Black Holes in the Presence of Dipole Magnetic Fields,” Pramana 25. 135. 

 

 

343 Koch, R.H., Hrivnak, B.J., Bradstreet D.H., Blitzstein, W., Pfeiffer, R.J., Perry, P.M. 1985, {“IUE Spectroscopp, Visible-Band Photometry, and Polarimetry of HD47732 (V641 Monocerotis),” Astrophys. Journal 288, 731. 

 

 

344 Wiita, P.J. 1985, “Active Galactic Nuclei I. Observations and Fundamental Interpretations,” Phys. Reports 123, 117. 

 

 

345 Wiita, P.J. 1985, “Review of the Green Bank Workshop on the Physics of Energy Transport in Extragalactic Radio Sources,” Comments Astrophys. 10, 199. 

 

 

346 Nemiroff, R.J., Ftaclas, C., Struble, M.F. 1985,A Survey of Galaxies in the Field of A194″, Astronomical Journal 90, No. 2, 163. 

 

 

347 Binnendijk, L, 1984, “Synthetic Parameters of Five W-Type Contact Binaries,” Publications Astr. Sac. Pacific , No. 582, 646. 

 

 

348 Ftaclas, C., Kearney, M.W., Pechenick, K. 1986, “Hot Spots on Neutron Stars II. The Observers Sky”, Astrophysical Journal 300, No, 1, 203. 

 

 

349 Koch, R.H., Bradstreet, D.H., Hrivnak, B.J. Pfeiffer R.J., Perry, P,M, 1986′ “HD47755, A New Eclipsing Binary , Astronomical Journal 91, No. 3, 590. 

 

 

350 Lee, H., Hoffman Y., Ftaclas C. 1986, ‘”On the Application of a Spherical Infall Model to the Local Supercluster , Astrophysical Journal Letters 304, No, 1, L11. 

 

 

351 Wiita, P.J., Siah M.J. 1986, “Beam Models for Radio Sources V. Collimation in More Realistic Galactic Potentials”, Astrophysical Journal 300, No. 2, 605. 

 

 

352 Stauffer, J.R., Dorren, J.D., Africano, J.L. 1986, “New Photometry far the Rapidly Rotating Pleides K Dwarf HII 1883”, Astronomical Journal 91, No, 6, 1443, 

 

 

353 Blitzstein, W. 1987 “Adoption of the Barycenter of the Solar System as the Reference Point for the Timing of Variable Star Observations”, I.A,U. Commission 27 Information Bulletin on Variable Stars, #2983. 

 

 

354 Blitzstein, W.; Mitchell, R,J.; and Holenstein, B,D. 1987, “Estimation of Detector Response in Optical Astronomical Radiometry”, Applied Optics 26, No. 11, 2055. 

 

 

355 Kilmartin, P .M.; Bradstreet, D.H „ Koch R.H. 1987, “V677 Centauri: Overcontact and Completely Eclipsing But A­-Type or W-Type?” Astrophys. Journal 319, 334. 

 

 

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