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Paper: 70 Years of Active Researches of the Activity Phenomena
Volume: 511, Non-Stable Universe: Energetic Resources, Activity Phenomena and Evolutionary Processes
Page: 3
Authors: Harutyunian, H. A.
Abstract: The main scientific areas elaborated during last seven decades since the first days of the Byurakan astrophysical observatory (BAO) foundation are reviewed briefly. Although the whole spectrum of research at the BAO used to be much wider we have focused attention on the activity phenomena mainly. Indisputable proof of the existence of newborn stars, as well as the activity phenomena in the galactic nuclei are mentioned as the main scientific attainments of the BAO. Flare stars' studies can be mentioned as one of active research fields. As a separate area of research the radiation transfer theory based on the Invariance Principle may be mentioned as well. Some essential scientific breakthroughs obtained undoubtedly had also important conceptual significance which is not yet estimated at its true worth.
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