Melvil Decimal System: 523.75
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Earth sciences & geology
Fossils & prehistoric life
Telescopes and handbooks
Astronomical objects and astrophysics
Maps and Observations [No longer in use]
Ephemerides; Nautic almanacs
Meteors and zodiacal light
Transits and occultations
Heat and light: theories as to source
Apparent motion; Rotation (See 525.38 Tables)
Spots, faculae, and other features of surface
Prominences, chromosphere, corona
Theories of physical constitution
Charts, photographs, etc.
Works under MDS 523.75
- The Solar Corona by Leon Golub
- The solar corona : proceedings of International Astronomical Union Symposium Number 16, held at Cloudcroft, New Mexico, U.S.A., 28-30 August 1961 by John W. Evans
- A guide to the solar corona by Donald E. Billings
- Coronal magnetometry by Steven Tomczyk
- Solar flares by Henry J. Smith
- Energy Conversion and Particle Acceleration in the Solar Corona by Karl Ludwig Klein
- Physics of the inner heliosphere. II, Particles, waves, and turbulence by R. Schwenn
- The nature of solar prominences by Tandberg-Hanssen,
- Recent advances in the understanding of solar flares : proceedings of the U.S.-Japan seminar held at Komaba, Tokyo, 5-8 October 1982 by Sharad R. Kane
- Solar magnetohydrodynamics by E. R. Priest
- Particle acceleration and trapping in solar flares : selected contributions to the workshop held at Aubigny-sur-Nere (Bourges), France, June 23-26, 1986 by Gérard Trottet
- Coronal disturbances : symposium number 57 held at Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia, 7-11 September, 1973 by Gordon Allen Newkirk
- Coronal Seismology by Alexander Stepanov
- Physics of solar and stellar coronae : G.S. Vaiana Memorial Symposuim : proceedings of a conference of the International Astronomical Union, held in Palermo, Italy, 22-26 June, 1992 by International Astronomical Union
- Particle kinematics in solar flares : observations and theory by Marina Battaglia
- AAS-NASA Symposium on the Physics of Solar Flares by Wilmot N. Hess
- Solar Chromosphere and Corona : Quiet Sun by R. Grant Athay
- Readiness for the upcoming solar maximum by National Research Council ...
- Physics of the Solar Corona and Transition Region : Part 2 Proceedings of the Monterey Workshop, held in Monterey, California, August 1999 by Oddbjorn Engvold
- Physics of the Solar Corona and Transition Region : Proceedings of the Monterey Workshop, held in Monterey, California, August 1999 by Oddbjorn Engvold
- Coronal mass ejections by crookernancy
- Observational Plasma Astrophysics : Five Years of Yohkoh and Beyond by Tetsuya Watanabe
- Coronal Disturbances (International Astronomical Union Symposia) by G. Newkirk Jr.
- Impact Spectropolarimetric Sensing (Physics of Atoms and Molecules) by S.A. Kazantsev
- The Solar Corona by John Wainwright Evans
- Solar Eruptions and Energetic Particles by Natchimuthukonar Gopalswamy
- Coronal Physics from Radio and Space Observations: Proceedings of the Cesra Workshop, Held at Nouan Le Fuzelier, France, 3-7 June 1996 by Gerard Trottet
- Multi-Wavelength Observations of Coronal Structure and Dynamics (Cospar) by P. Martens
- The High Energy Solar Corona: Waves, Eruptions, Particles by Karl Ludwig Klein
- The Structure of the quiet photosphere and the low chromosphere. Proceedings of the 'Bilderberg' conference held near Arnhem, Holland, April 17-21, 1967 by C. de Jager
- Plasma Loops in the Solar Corona by R. J. Bray
- Solar Winds by Eugene N. Parker
- Solar Flares by ZdenÄ›k Å vestka
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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