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   ISSN (Print) 1990-3421 - ISSN (Online) 1990-3413
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  • Peculiar motions of galaxy clusters in the regions of the Corona Borealis,
           Bootes, Z 5029/A 1424, A 1190, A 1750/A 1809 superclusters of galaxies
    • Authors: F. G. Kopylova; A. I. Kopylov
      Pages: 363 - 375
      Abstract: We present results of the study of peculiar motions of 57 clusters and groups of galaxies in the regions of the Corona Borealis (CrB), Bootes (Boo), Z5029/A1424, A1190, A1750/A1809 superclusters of galaxies and the galaxy clusters located beyond massive structures (0.05 < z < 0.10). Using the SDSS (Data Release 8) data, a sample of early-type galaxies was compiled in the systems under study, their fundamental planes were built, and relative distances and peculiar velocities were determined. Within the galaxy superclusters, significant peculiar motions along the line of sight are observed with rms deviations of 652 ± 50 kms−1—in CrB, 757 ± 70 kms−1—in Boo. In the most massive A2065 cluster in the CrB supercluster, no peculiar velocity was found. Peculiar motions of the other galaxy clusters can be caused by their gravitational interaction both with A2065 and with the A2142 supercluster. It has been found that there are two superclusters projected onto each other in the region of the Bootes supercluster with a radial velocity difference of about 4000 kms−1. In the Z 5029/A1424 supercluster near the rich Z5029 cluster, the most considerable peculiar motions with a rms deviations of 1366 ± 170 kms−1 are observed. The rms deviations of peculiar velocities of 20 clusters that do not belong to large-scale structures is equal to 0 ± 20 kms−1. The whole sample of the clusters under study has the mean peculiar velocity equal to 83 ± 130 kms−1 relative to the cosmic microwave background.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s1990341317040010
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • KDG218, a nearby ultra-diffuse galaxy
    • Authors: I. D. Karachentsev; L. N. Makarova; M. E. Sharina; V. E. Karachentseva
      Pages: 376 - 383
      Abstract: We present properties of the low-surface-brightness galaxy KDG218 observed with the HST/ACS. The galaxy has a half-light (effective) diameter of a e = 47″ and a central surface brightness of SB V (0) = 24.m4/□″. The galaxy remains unresolved with the HST/ACS, which implies its distance of D > 13.1 Mpc and linear effective diameter of A e > 3.0 kpc. We notice that KDG218 is most likely associated with a galaxy group around the massive lenticular NGC4958 galaxy at approximately 22 Mpc, or with the Virgo Southern Extension filament at approximately 16.5 Mpc. At these distances, the galaxy is classified as an ultra-diffuse galaxy (UDG) similar to those found in the Virgo, Fornax, and Coma clusters. We also present a sample of 15 UDG candidates in the Local Volume. These sample galaxies have the following mean parameters: 〈D〉 = 5.1 Mpc, 〈A e 〉 = 4.8 kpc, and 〈SB B (e)〉 = 27.m4/□″. All the local UDG candidates reside near massive galaxies located in the regions with the mean stellar mass density (within 1 Mpc) about 50 times greater than the average cosmic density. The local fraction of UDGs does not exceed 1.5% of the Local Volume population. We notice that the presented sample of local UDGs is a heterogeneous one containing irregular, transition, and tidal types, as well as objects consisting of an old stellar population.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s1990341317040022
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • Magnetic stars with wide depressions in the continuum. 2. The silicon star
           with a complex field structure HD 27404
    • Authors: E. A. Semenko; I. I. Romanyuk; E. S. Semenova; A. V. Moiseeva; D. O. Kudryavtsev; I. A. Yakunin
      Pages: 384 - 390
      Abstract: Observations of the chemically peculiar star HD 27404 with the 6-m SAO RAS telescope showed a strong magnetic field with the longitudinal field component varying in a complicated way in the range of −2.5 to 1 kG. Fundamental parameters of the star (T eff = 11 300 K, log g = 3.9) were estimated analyzing photometric indices in the Geneva and in the Stro¨ mgren–Crawford photometric systems. We detected weak radial velocity variations which can be due to the presence of a close star companion or chemical spots in the photosphere. Rapid estimation of the key chemical element abundance allows us to refer HD 27404 to a SiCr or Si+ chemically peculiar A0–B9 star.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s1990341317040034
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • Results of magnetic field measurements performed with the 6-m telescope.
           IV. Observations in 2010
    • Authors: I. I. Romanyuk; E. A. Semenko; D. O. Kudryavtsev; A. V. Moiseeva; I. A. Yakunin
      Pages: 391 - 410
      Abstract: We present the results of measurements of magnetic fields, radial velocities and rotation velocities for 92 objects, mainly main-sequence chemically peculiar stars. Observations were performed at the 6-m BTA telescope using Main Stellar Spectrograph with a Zeeman analyzer. In 2010, twelve new magnetic stars were discovered: HD 17330, HD 29762, HD 49884, HD 54824, HD 89069, HD 96003, HD 113894, HD 118054, HD 135679, HD 138633, HD 138777, BD +53.1183. The presence of a field is suspected in HD 16705, HD 35379 and HD 35881. Observations of standard stars without a magnetic field confirm the absence of systematic errors which can introduce distortions into the measurements of longitudinal field. The paper gives comments on the results of investigation of each star.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s1990341317040046
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • Three three-dipole stars
    • Authors: Yu. V. Glagolevskij; A. F. Nazarenko
      Pages: 411 - 417
      Abstract: We analyzed magnetic-field structures of three three-dipole magnetic stars HD 18078, HD 37776, and HD 149438. The fact that the model and observed phase dependences B e (Φ) and B s (Φ) for HD 18078 computed with the same parameters of the dipoles agree with each other shows conclusively that global magnetic structures are formed by dipole structures. Magnetic poles show up conspicuously on Mercator maps of the distribution of magnetic field, the field strength there is maximal and equal to B p = 3577, 10 700, and 275Gin the three stars mentioned above.Dipolemodelsmake it possible to analyze magnetic-field structure inside stars.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s1990341317040058
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • On mechanisms separating stars into normal and chemically peculiar
    • Authors: Yu. V. Glagolevskij
      Pages: 418 - 446
      Abstract: The paper argues in favor of the assumption that magnetic and non-magnetic protostars, from which CP stars were formed, are the objects that had rotation velocities of the parent cloud V smaller than a critical value V c . At V greater than the critical value, differential rotation emerges in the collapsing protostellar cloud, which twists magnetic lines of force into an’ invisible’ toroidal shape and disturbs the stability of the atmosphere. In magnetic protostars, the loss of angular momentum is due to magnetic braking, while in metallic protostars, the loss of rotation momentum occurs due to tidal interactions with a close component. HgMn stars are most likely not affected by some braking mechanism, but originated from the slowest protostellar rotators. The boundary of V c where the differential rotation occurs is not sharp. The slower the protostar rotates, the greater the probability of suppressing the differential rotation and the more likely the possibility of CP star birth.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s199034131704006x
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • IR photometry results and dust envelope model for symbiotic Mira star
           candidate V 335 Vul
    • Authors: M. B. Bogdanov; O. G. Taranova; V. I. Shenavrin
      Pages: 447 - 451
      Abstract: We present the results of JHKLM-photometry for the symbiotic Mira star candidate V 335 Vul. Based on the average flux data, supplemented by IRAS, MSX, AKARI, and WISE mid-IR observations, we calculated a model of a spherically symmetric dust envelope of the star, made up of amorphous carbon and silicon carbide particles. The optical depth of the envelope in the visible range with a dust temperature at the inner boundary of T 1 = 1300 K is τ V = 0.58. For an envelope expansion velocity of 26.5 km s−1, the estimated mass loss rate is equal to 5.7 × 10−7 M ⊙ yr−1.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s1990341317040071
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • Study of the non-stationarity of the atmosphere of κ Cas. Ii. Variability
           of the H γ , H β , and H α wind-line profiles
    • Authors: A. Kh. Rzaev
      Pages: 452 - 457
      Abstract: We study the variability of the Hγ, Hβ, and Hα line profiles in the spectrum of the supergiant κ Cas. The variability pattern proved to be the same for all the lines considered: their profiles are superimposed by blueshifted, central, and redshifted emission. For Hγ the positions of the emissions coincide with the positions of the corresponding emissions for He I λλ 5876, 6678 Å lines, and are equal to about −135 ± 30.0 km s−1, −20 ± 20 kms−1, and 135 ± 30.0 kms−1, respectively, whereas the three emissions in the Hβ profiles are fixed at about −170.0 ± 70.0 kms−1, 20 ± 30 kms−1, and 170.0 ± 70.0 km s−1, respectively. The positions of the blueshifted and central emissions for Hα are the same as for Hβ, with additional blueshifted emission at −135.0 ± 30.0 kms−1, whereas no traces of emission can be seen in the red wing of the line. These emissions show up more conspicuously in wind lines, however, their traces can be seen in all photospheric lines. When passing from wind lines to photospheric lines the intensity of superimposed emission components decreases and the same is true for the absolute values of their positions in line wings expressed in terms of radial velocities. The V/R variations of the lines studied found in the spectrum of κ Cas and the variability of the Hα emission indicate that the star is a supergiant showing Be phenomenon.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s1990341317040083
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • SCORPIO-2 guiding and calibration system in the prime focus of the 6-m
           telescope
    • Authors: V. L. Afanasiev; V. R. Amirkhanyan; A. V. Moiseev; R. I. Uklein; A. E. Perepelitsyn
      Pages: 458 - 468
      Abstract: We describe a device (adapter) for off-axis guiding and photometric calibration of wide-angle spectrographs operating in the prime focus of the 6-m telescope of the Special Astrophysical Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences. To compensate coma in off-axis star images an achromatic lens corrector is used, which ensures maintaining image quality (FWHM) at a level of about 1″ within 15′ from the optical axis. The device has two 54″-diameter movable guiding fields, which can move in 10′ × 4.′5 rectangular areas. The device can perform automatic search for guiding stars, use them to control the variations of atmospheric transmittance, and focus the telescope during exposure. The limiting magnitude of potential guiding stars is m R ~ 17m. The calibration path whose optical arrangement meets the telecentrism condition allows the spectrograph to be illuminated both by a source of line spectrum (a He–Ne–Ar filled lamp) and by a source of continuum spectrum. The latter is usually represented either by a halogen lamp or a set of light-emitting diodes, which provide illumination of approximately uniform intensity over the wavelength interval from 350 to 900 nm. The adapter is used for observations with SCORPIO-2 multimode focal reducer.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s1990341317040095
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • Camera lens for the 6-m Russian telescope fiber-optic magnetometer
    • Authors: G. A. Chountonov
      Pages: 469 - 472
      Abstract: We have designed and produced a speed camera lens for fiber-optic magnetometer of the prime focus of the 6-m Russian telescope of the Special Astrophysical Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Resolution of the developed lens obtained during test observations corresponds to the calculated value. The transmission of the lens was measured at three wavelength ranges. It is equal to 78% at a wavelength of 6328 Å, 80% at λ 5320 Å, and 19% at λ 4050 Å. A transmission cutoff for wavelengths shorter than 430 nm is outside the operational range of the spectrograph of the fiber-optic magnetometer which is 430–690 nm.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s1990341317040101
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • One-meter Schmidt telescope of the Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory: New
           capabilities
    • Authors: S. N. Dodonov; S. S. Kotov; T. A. Movsesyan; M. Gevorkyan
      Pages: 473 - 479
      Abstract: In 2013–2015 the Laboratory of spectroscopy and photometry of extragalactic objects (LS-PEO) of the Special Astrophysical Observatory together with Armenian specialists upgraded the 1-m Schmidt telescope of the Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia. We completely redesigned the control system of the telescope: we replaced the actuating mechanisms, developed telescope control software, and made the guiding system. We reworked and prepared a 4k × 4k Apogee (USA) liquid-cooled CCD with RON ~ 11.1 e −, a pixel size of 0.″868, and field of view of about 1□°, and in October 2015 mounted it in the focus of the telescope. The detector is equipped with a turret bearing 20 intermediate-band filters (FWHM = 250 Å) uniformly covering the 4000–9000 Å wavelength range, five broadband filters (u, g, r, i, z SDSS), and three narrow-band filters (5000 Å, 6560 Å and 6760 Å, FWHM = 100 Å). During the first year of test operation of the 1-m telescope we performed pilot observations within the framework of three programs: search for young stellar objects, AGNevolution, and stellar composition of galaxy disks.We confirmed the possibility of efficiently selecting of young objects using observations performed in narrow-band Hα and [SII] filters and the intermediate-band 7500 Å filter. Three-hours long exposures with SDSS g-, r-, and i-band filters allow us to reach the surface brightness level of 28m/□″ when investigating the stellar content of galaxy disks for a sample of nine galaxies. We used observations performed with the 1-m telescope in five broadband (SDSS u, g, r, i, and z) and 15 intermediate-band filters (4000–7500 Å) to construct a sample of quasar candidates with 0.5 < z < 5 (330 objects) in about one-sq. degree SA68 field complete down to R AB = 23m. Spectroscopic observations of 29 objects (19.m5 < R < 22m) carried out at the 6-m telescope of the Special Astrophysical Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences confirmed the quasar nature of 28 objects.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s1990341317040113
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • A method of determining the kinematic properties of the primary mirror
           elements of the RATAN-600 radio telescope using modern laser measuring
           systems
    • Authors: V. I. Zharov; Yu. V. Sotnikova
      Pages: 480 - 485
      Abstract: We review the methods of determining the alignment errors of the primary mirror and flat reflector elements of the RATAN-600 radio telescope using a modern coordinate measuring system based on the Leica absolute tracker AT402. We computed the kinematic corrections for the elevation drives. The accuracy of the measurement method was estimated. The antenna readout with the introduced kinematic corrections was tested.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s1990341317040125
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • SPEXTRA: Optimal extraction code for long-slit spectra in crowded fields
    • Authors: A. N. Sarkisyan; A. S. Vinokurov; Yu. N. Solovieva; O. N. Sholukhova; A. E. Kostenkov; S. N. Fabrika
      Pages: 486 - 501
      Abstract: We present a code for the optimal extraction of long-slit 2D spectra in crowded stellar fields. Its main advantage and difference from the existing spectrum extraction codes is the presence of a graphical user interface (GUI) and a convenient visualization system of data and extraction parameters. On the whole, the package is designed to study stars in crowded fields of nearby galaxies and star clusters in galaxies. Apart from the spectrum extraction for several stars which are closely located or superimposed, it allows the spectra of objects to be extracted with subtraction of superimposed nebulae of different shapes and different degrees of ionization. The package can also be used to study single stars in the case of a strong background. In the current version, the optimal extraction of 2D spectra with an aperture and the Gaussian function as PSF (point spread function) is proposed. In the future, the package will be supplemented with the possibility to build a PSF based on a Moffat function. We present the details of GUI, illustrate main features of the package, and show results of extraction of the several interesting spectra of objects from different telescopes.
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      DOI: 10.1134/s1990341317040137
      Issue No: Vol. 72, No. 4 (2017)
       
  • Galaxies with “rows”: A new catalog
    • Abstract: Galaxies with “rows” in Vorontsov-Velyaminov’s terminology stand out among the variety of spiral galactic patterns. A characteristic feature of such objects is the sequence of straight-line segments that forms the spiral arm. In 2001 A. Chernin and co-authors published a catalog of such galaxies which includes 204 objects from the Palomar Atlas. In this paper, we supplement the catalog with 276 objects based on an analysis of all the galaxies from the New General Catalogue and Index Catalogue. The total number of NGC and IC galaxies with rows is 406, including the objects of Chernin et al. (2001). The use of more recent galaxy images allowed us to detect more “rows” on average, compared with the catalog of Chernin et al. When comparing the principal galaxy properties we found no significant differences between galaxies with rows and all S-typeNGC/IC galaxies.We discuss twomechanisms for the formation of polygonal structures based on numerical gas-dynamic and collisionless N-body calculations, which demonstrate that a spiral pattern with rows is a transient stage in the evolution of galaxies and a system with a powerful spiral structure can pass through this stage. The hypothesis of A. Chernin et al. (2001) that the occurrence frequency of interacting galaxies is twice higher among galaxies with rows is not confirmed for the combined set of 480 galaxies. The presence of a central stellar bar appears to be a favorable factor for the formation of a system of “rows”.
      PubDate: 2017-07-01
      DOI: 10.1134/S1990341317030130
       
  • Galileo versus Aristotle: the case of supernova 1987A
    • Abstract: Most current supernova theories state that this phenomenon lasts a few seconds and ends with a bigfinal explosion.However, these theories do not take into account several experimental results obtained with neutrino and gravitational wave detectors during the explosion of SN1987A, the only supernova observed in a nearby galaxy in modern age. According to these experimental results the phenomenon is much more complex that envisaged by current theories, and has a duration of several hours. Indeed, SN1987A exploded on February 23, 1987, and two neutrino bursts, separated by 4.7 hours were detected: the first one at 2h 52m UT and the second one at 7h 35m UT. Furthermore, correlations between the neutrino and two gravitational wave detectors, ignored by most of the scientific community, were observed during the longer collapse time. Since the current standard theories, based on some rough simplifications, are a clear example of an Aristotelian attitude, still present in our days, we believe that a more Galilean attitude is necessary, being the only correct way for the progress of science.
      PubDate: 2017-07-01
      DOI: 10.1134/S1990341317030142
       
  • The fraunhofer lines classifications by asymmetry changes inside the
           profiles in the spectrum of the Sun
    • Abstract: The method of asymmetry change inside Fraunhofer lines profiles is proposed. New digital spectra with high resolution were used. It was shown that asymmetry may change repeatedly by value and a sign inside the spectral line profile. The lines can be classified in three groups on asymmetry changes inside the profiles.
      PubDate: 2017-07-01
      DOI: 10.1134/S1990341317030221
       
  • Updated version of the ‘homogeneous catalog of open cluster
           parameters’
    • Abstract: We report a new version of the “Homogeneous catalog of open cluster parameters” maintained by our team over the last decades. The catalog is based on redetermination of the main parameters of clusters (color excesses, heliocentric distances, and ages) based on published photometric measurements, in particular, those provided by the 2MASS point-source catalog. Currently, our catalog provides the parameters for 959 clusters. It also gives the estimates of cluster radial velocities for 496 clusters partly based on the data fromRAVE catalog. Estimates of proper-motion components are provided for all clusters included into the catalog. We analyze the distributions of the errors of the main cluster parameters and compare the distribution of cluster positions projected onto the Galactic plane with the distribution of cosmic masers thereby validating the distance scale of open clusters.
      PubDate: 2017-07-01
      DOI: 10.1134/S1990341317030154
       
  • Modeling of giant radio galaxy distribution over the sphere in the
           millimeter-wavelength range
    • Abstract: We suggest a method and build a model of radio galaxy distribution over the sphere using data from the WENSS catalogs and standard radio count models by Condon. We calculate the angular power spectrum of the contribution of extended radio galaxies into the microwave background and show that it can be a distorting factor for correct estimation of the angular spectrum from the signal determined by the Sunyaev–Zeldovich effect.
      PubDate: 2017-07-01
      DOI: 10.1134/S1990341317030117
       
  • Determining the orientation and spin period of TOPEX/Poseidon satellite by
           a photometric method
    • Abstract: We present the results of photometric observations of the TOPEX/Poseidon satellite performed during 2008–2016. The satellite become space debris after a failure in January, 2006, in a low Earth orbit. In the Laboratory of Space Research of Uzhhorod National University 73 light curves of the spacecraft were obtained. Standardization of photometric light curves is briefly explained. We have calculated the color indices of reflecting surfaces and the spin rate change. The general tendency of the latter is described by an exponential decay function. The satellite spin periods based on 126 light curves (including 53 light curves from the MMT-9 project operating since 2014) were taken into account. In 2016 the period of its own rotation reached its minimum of 10.6 s. A method to derive the direction of the spin axis of an artificial satellite and the angles of the light scattered by its surface has been developed in the Laboratory of Space Research of Uzhhorod National University. We briefly describe the “Orientation” program used for these purposes. The orientation of the TOPEX/Poseidon satellite in mid-2016 is given. The angle of precession β = 45°–50° and period of precession P pr = 141.5 s have been defined. The reasons for the identified nature of the satellite’s own rotation have been found. They amount to the perturbation caused by a deviation of the Earth gravity field from a central-symmetric shape and the presence of moving parts on the satellite.
      PubDate: 2017-07-01
      DOI: 10.1134/S1990341317030233
       
  • Exoplanet studies. Spectral confirmation of photometric exoplanet
           candidates discovered by the “Kepler” mission
    • Abstract: We present the results of spectroscopic confirmation of exoplanet candidates from the “Kepler” space mission catalog. We used the NES spectrometer of the 6-m Russian BTA telescope to investigate the Doppler variability of the radial velocities of the host stars of KOI-974.01, KOI-2687.01/02, and KOI-2706.01. According to the derived upper limits, KOI-2706.01 has a mass significantly smaller than 12 Jupiter masses, which directly indicates its planetary nature. We show that KOI-2687.01 and KOI-2687.02, which have Earth-size or white dwarf-size radii according to photometric data, cannot be white dwarfs, and are therefore exoplanets. Radial velocity analysis for KOI-974, an F-type star, has shown noticeable variations with a half-amplitude of 400 ms−1, which correlate poorly with the phase of its orbital rotation. This can indicate a presence of other massive planets in the system, with orbits closer or farther from the host star than the orbit of KOI-974.01, or a low mass star in a distant outer orbit. Using the method of synthetic spectra, we obtained more accurate atmospheric parameter and radius estimates for all the program host stars, which, in turn, allowed us to refine the radii of the studied exoplanet candidates.
      PubDate: 2017-07-01
      DOI: 10.1134/S199034131703021X
       
 
 
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