Now we start to compute the reduced bolometric
distance curves versus redshift z.
It is well known that the end point of a Type II, core collapse SN is a neutron star and since the earliest times, we expected to detect the pulsar signature and its energy output in our bolometric
THz-to-IR converter for terahertz imaging," Applied Physics Letters, Vol.
The stellar magnitudes were obtained by the above mentioned astronomers by the trigonometric parallaxes method and the empirically obtained bolometric
corrections (Petit, Nickolson, Kuiper).
Two NIST Type N bolometric
detectors that were purchased by PSB several years ago were used as transport standards in this comparison.
All that remains is to determine accurate estimates for each of the uncertainty terms: fractional uncertainty in the bolometric
power readings ([delta][P'.sub.s]/[P'.sub.s] and [delta][P.sub.n]/[P.sub.n], fractional uncertainty in the mismatch term ([delta]M/M) and coupling ratio stability or nonlinearity term ([delta][C.sub.n]/[C.sub.n]).
 using these parameters, become ~7.5 x [10.sup.27] W at present, which is in a good agreement with the observed bolometric
X-ray luminosity of 1E 2259+586, 6 x [10.sup.27] W.
Cuoricino was, on the other hand, a Te[O.sub.2] granular calorimeter based on the bolometric
The absorption of electromagnetic radiation by a superconductor was directly investigated by measuring the temperature increase due to the deposited energy (bolometric
(b) Alternatively, because any body with a temperature above absolute zero emits radiation, one can deduce its mass by measuring its bolometric
The upgrade essentially concerns the sight which has a new bolometric
imager, the higher resolution of which allows target identification 'well beyond' the effective 600-metre range of the weapon itself.
magnitude--the sum of its energy at all wavelengths--has been measured as 1.8.