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We accept articles in all branches of astronomy. Preference is given to short notes containing information that should be distributed as soon as possible (e.g., discoveries of supernovae, novae, comets; important novel theoretical results, etc.) Articles submitted should be accompanied by a recommendation from a seminar specialized in the given branch of astronomy; please justify in brief the necessity of rapid publication.
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However, if you have difficulties with computer equipment, e-mail communication, or LaTeX, we, for the time being, accept articles in usual form (see Astronomicheskii Tsirkulyar No. 1543-1548, Information for Authors), text taped and figures drawn on paper. In this case, send your article by conventional mail to the address given at the end of this text.
Below we give you some examples of how to compose equations and tables and to insert figures (which can be sent as uuencoded gif format files).
(this formula is not numbered).
Here is the Saha equation
where is the number of ionized atoms in the ground state (cm ), is the statistical weight of this state, is number density of free electrons (cm ).
Equation of radiative transfer in spherical coordinates:
where is volume emissivity.
In cylindrical coordinates, the gravitational potential of a body with arbitrary distribution of density is:
where the integration is carried out over the entire volume V of the body.
An example of an illustration:
Figure: Plot of stellar magnitudes vs time
References should be given in parentheses (Kippenhahn R. and Thomas H.-C.,
A&A, 1983, 124, 206). Use the abbreviations accepted
now in astronomy journals (see, e.g., the Astrophysical Journal):
AZh for Astronomicheskii Zhurnal
PAZh for Pis'ma v Astronomicheskii Zhurnal
ApJ for Astrophysical Journal
AJ for Astronomical Journal
A&A for Astronomy and Astrophysics
MNRAS for Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
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