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Trabajos publicados en 2005
Listado de algunos de los trabajos publicados por los investigadores de nuestra institución durante el año 2005.

1.     Revisiting the area of the open cluster Stock 16.
Rubén A. Vázquez, Gustavo Baume, Carlos Feinstein, Josué Nuñez & Marcela Vergne.
Astronomy & Astrophysics430, 471, 2005. (Versión PDF). 

2.     The Vela-Puppis open clusters Pismis 8 and Pismis 13. (*)
Edgar Giorgi, Gustavo Baume, Gladys Solivella & Rubén A. Vázquez.
Astronomy & Astrophysics432, 419, 2005. (Versión PDF). 

3.     The intermediate-age open clusters Ruprecht 4, Ruprecht 7 and Pismis 15.
Giovanni Carraro, D. Geisler, Gustavo Baume, Rubén A. Vázquez & André Moitinho.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 360, 655, 2005. (Versión PDF). 

4.     Luminosity and mass functions of galactic open clusters. II. NGC 4852.
Giovanni Carraro, Gustavo Baume, G. Piotto, R. Méndez & L. Schmidtobreik.
Astronomy & Astrophysics436, 527, 2005. (Versión PDF). 

5.     Vertical total electron content and geomagnetic perturbations at mid- and sub-auroral southern latitudes during geomagnetic storms.
Amalia Meza, María Andrea Van Zele, Claudio Brunini & Iris Rosalía Cabassi.
Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial PhysicsVolume 67, Issue 4, Pages 315-323, 2005. 

6.     Evaluating the accuracy of ionospheric range delay corrections for navigation at low latitude.
Amalia Meza, Mauricio Gende, Claudio Brunini & S. M. Radicella.
Advances in Space Researchen prensa, 2005. 

7.     Temporal and spatial variability of the bias between TOPEX- and GPS-derived total electron content.
Claudio Brunini, Amalia Meza & W. Bosch.
Journal of Geodesy, DOI: 10.1007/s00190-005-0448-z, 2005. 

8.     Detection of a young stellar population in the background of open clusters in the Third Galactic Quadrant.
Giovanni Carraro, Rubén A. Vázquez, Andrés Moitinho & Gustavo Baume.
Astrophysical Journal (ApJ)630, L153-L156, 2005. (Versión PDF). 

9.     A photometric study of the old open clusters Berkeley 73, Berkeley 75 and Berkeley 25.
Giovanni Carraro, D. Geisler, André Moitinho, Gustavo Baume & Rubén A.  Vázquez.
Astronomy & Astrophysics442, 917-924, 2005. (Versión PDF). 

10.   The intermediate-age open clusters Ruprecht 61, Czernik 32, NGC 2225 and NGC 2262.
Giovanni Carraro, Gustavo Baume, Rubén A. Vázquez, André Moitinho & D. Geisler.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 362, 649-656, 2005. (Versión PDF). 

11.   The origin and nature of the Neptune-like planets orbiting close to solar type stars.
Adrián Brunini & Rodolfo Cionco.
Icarus177, 264, 2005. 

12.   Star cluster detection with WFC/ACS in M33: 33 new clusters and 51 candidates.
L. Bedin, G. Piotto, Gustavo Baume, T. Momany, Giovanni Carraro, J. Anderson, M. Messineo & S. Ortolani.
Astronomy & Astrophysics444, 831, 2005. (Versión PDF). 

13.   The low-luminosity galaxy population in the NGC 5044 Group.
Sergio Cellone & Alberto Buzzoni.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society356, 41, 2005.

14.   A weakly accreting, powerful gamma ray source. (*)
B. Punsly, L. F. Rodriguez, S. Tingay & Sergio Cellone.
The Astrophysical Journal (Letters)633, L93, 2005.

15.   Polarization microvariability of BL Lac objects. (*)
Ileana Andruchow, Gustavo Romero & Sergio Cellone.
Astronomy & Astrophysics442, 97, 2005. 

16.   The WEBT campaign to observe AO 0235+16 in the 2003-2004 observing season. Results from radio-to-optical monitoring and XMM-Newton observations. (*)
C. M. Raiteri, M. Villata, M. A. Ibrahimov, V. M. Larionov, M. Kadler, H. D. Aller, M. F. Aller, Y. Y. Kovalev, L. Lanteri, K. Nilsson, I. E. Papadakis, T. Pursimo, G. E. Romero, H. Teräsranta, M. Tornikoski, A. A. Arkharov, D. Barnaby, A. Berdyugin, M. Böttcher, K. Byckling, M. T. Carini, D. Carosati, Sergio Cellone, y 44 coautores.
Astronomy & Astrophysics438,39, 2005.

 

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