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Имя диска Видеомат. с межд. астрон. симпозиума, №1
Носитель 4 dvd 
Цена 450 руб.
Описание Представляем вашему вниманию видеоматериалы с международного астрономического симпозиума 26th General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union (Прага, 2006г).

Тема этого форума S235 - Galaxy evolution across the Hubble time (Эволюция галактик в больших масштабах).
На англ.языке.

Как и полагается конференциям такого уровня, изложение ведется на простом и ясном языке, без излишнего злоупотребления замысловатой терминологией.
Вполне доступно старшеклассникам к примеру.

Список докладов :

A) Секция "Galaxy building Blocks"

1) Vogt, N. The Tully-Fisher relation as a function of redshift: disentangling galaxy evolution and selection biases
2) Aragon-Salamanca, A. The Tully-Fisher relation and its evolution with redshift and environment
3) Treu, T. Spheroids scaling relations over cosmic time
4) Driver, S. Did bulges form first and disks later ?
5) Combes, F. Secular Evolution in Galaxies
6) Pfenniger, D. Building a galactic bulge
7) Shlosman, I. Building a galactic disk
8) Block, D. Building a galactic disk: insights from M33
9) Laurikainen, E. Bulge-to-total Mass Ratios for the Galaxies in the Hubble Sequence
10) Emsellem, E. Sheroids ages, kinematics and BH-relation
11) Mo, H. The relation between galaxy properties and their dark matter halo
12) Taylor, E. On Star Formation and the Non-Existence of Dark Galaxies
13) de Grijs, R. From nuclear clusters to halo globulars: starclusters as basic galactic building blocks
14) Kriek, M. Spectroscopic identification of massive galaxies at z~2.3 with strongly suppressed star formation
15) Gilmore, G. Population Models
16) Maraston, C. Stellar population models
17) Skillman, E. Age-metallicity relation in dwarfs
18) Kunth, D. Are the most metal-poor galaxies young?
19) Tosi, M. IZw18, or the picture of Dorian Gray: the more you watch it, the older it gets

B) Секция "Environment and interactions"

1) Moore, B. Galaxy formation and transformation by environmental and secular processes
2) Vollmer, B. The influence of intergalactic gas on galaxy evolution in the local Universe
3) Mendes de Oliveira, C. Galaxy evolution in compact and fossil groups
4) Ford, H. The ACS IDT Investigation of the Evolution of Galaxies and Clusters of Galaxies from z ~ 0.2 to z ~ 7
5) Gal, R. The ORELSE Survey: Observations of Redshift Evolution in Large Scale Environments
6) Cooper, M. New Results from the DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: The Role of Environment in Galaxy Evolution from z~1 to z~0
7) Kodama, T. Galaxy evolution in clusters
8) Bekki, K. Formation and evolution of nucleated galaxies
9) Ferguson, A. The Structure of Galaxies at Faint Light Levels
10) Charmandaris, V. Infrared Properties of nearby Interacting Galaxies: from Spirals to ULIRGs
11) Tacconi, L. Spatially resolved galaxy dynamics at z~2-3: new insights into galaxy evolution
12) Zhang, X. Secular evolution and the morphological transformation of cluster and field galaxies

C) Секция "Star formation processes and feedback"

1) Dopita, M. Quiescent star formation
2) Palous, J. Star-Gas Cycle in galaxies
3) Kobayashi, C. Simulations of cosmic chemical enrichment: hypernova feedback, galactic winds and mass-metallicity relations
4) Peroux, C. Neutral gas and metals from z=4 to z=0.5
5) Fritze, U. (for T. Tepper Garcia) Chemically consistent evolutionary synthesis modelling of galaxies
6) Cesarsky, C. The role of luminous infrared galaxies in galaxy evolution
7) Martin, C. Starburst feedback
8) Terlevich, R. Downsizing among massive galaxies
9) Martin, C. Probing Galaxy Evolution with Galaxy Evolution Explorer (GALEX) UV Surveys
10) van der Wel, A. Evolution of Rest-frame Optical and Infrared Colors and M/L of Early-Type Galaxies out to z=1
11) Hensler, G. Feedback from SF
12) Granato, G. L. Mutual feedback between star formation and nuclear activity
13) Fraternali, F. Gaseous haloes: linking galaxies to the IGM

D) Секция "The early universe"

1) Papovich, C. The star formation history and stellar assembly of high redshift galaxies
2) Abraham, R. The morphological type evolution
3) Cimatti, A. From mergers to spheroids: the cosmic and morphological evolution of early-type galaxies
4) Koo, D. CATS: Center for Adaptive Optics Treasury Survey of Distant Galaxies, Supernovae, and Active Galactic Nuclei
5) Walter, F. First galaxies and AGN
6) Franx, M. The first clusters
7) Shapley, A. Galaxy formation in protoclusters at high redshift
8) Shim, H. An Infrared Study of Lyman Break Galaxies in the Spitzer First Look Survey Field
9) Iwata, I. Luminosity Dependent Evolution of Lyman Break Galaxies from Redshift 5 to 3
10) Portinari, L. Cosmological formation of galaxy disks
11) Steinmetz, M. Cosmic web - simulations
12) Wiklind, T. Massive and Old Galaxies at z>5
13) Bouwens, R. Galaxies at z>6: Evidence for Substantial Changes in Luminous Galaxies in the 200Myrs from z~7 to z~6
14) Dickinson, M. Observational Constraints of the Galaxy Formation
15) Elmegreen, D. Clumpy Galaxies in the Early Universe
16) Conselice, C. Galaxy interactions and mergers at high redshift
17) Gnedin, O. The formation of dwarf galaxies and small-scale problems of CDM
18) Hudson, M. Downsizing from the fossil record: ages and metallicities of red galaxies and their dependence on mass and on environment
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