The Complete Bibliography of Nobel-Laureate Subrahmanyan CHANDRASEKHAR’s Publications
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Compiled by Anindita MITRA,

B.Sc. (Hons. in Physics), Univ. of Calcutta.

 

 

 

 

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BOOKS
                                                                     

An Introduction to the Study of Stellar Structure.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1939. Repr. New York: Dover, 1958, 1967. Translation in Japanese (Tokyo: Kodansha Press, Ltd., 1972) and Russian have appeared.

Principles of Stellar Dynamics.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1942. Repr. New York: Dover, 1960.

Radiative Transfer.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1950. Repr. New York: Dover, 1960.A Russian Translation exists.

Plasma Physics: Notes Compiled by S.K.Trehan From a Course given by S. Chandrasekhar at the
University of Chicago. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1960. Repr. 1962, 1975.

Hydrodynamics and Hydromagnetics Stability.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1961. Repr. New York: Dover, 1970, 1981. A Russian Translation exists.

Ellipsoidal Figures of Equilibrium.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1969. Repr. New York: Dover, 1987. A Russian Translation exists.

The Mathematical Theory of Black Holes.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983. Repr. in Russian (Moscow: Mer Press), 1986.

Eddington: The Most Distinguised Astrophysicist of His Time.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983.

Truth and Beauty: Aesthetics and Motivations in Science.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987.

Selected Papers ( seven volumes).
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1989-91.

Newton's Principia for the Common Reader. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995.

 

 

 

Articles in Journals and Reviews

 

 

1928

”Thermodynamics of the Compton Effect with Reference to the Interior of the Stars”.
Indian Journal of Physics 3, 241-50

1929

The Compton Scattering and the New Statistics. Philosophical Magazine 9, 292-99

On the Probability Method in the New Statistics. Philosophical Magazine, 9, 621-24.


1931
The Dissociation Formula according to the Relativistics Statistics. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 91, 446-55.

The Highly Collapsed Configurations of a Stellar
Mass. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 91, 456-66.

The Maximum Mass of Ideal White Dwarfs. The Astrophysical Journal 74, 81-82.

The Stellar Coefficients of Absorption and Opacity. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 133, 241-54.

The Density of White Dwarf Stars. Philosophical Magazine 11(suppl.), 592-96

02 Eridani B. Zeitschrift fur Astrophysik, 3, 302-5


1932

Ionization in Stellar Atmospheres, III. (with E.A. Milne), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 92, 150-86.

Model Stellar Photospheres. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 92, 186-95.

The Stellar Coefficients of Absorption and Opacity, II. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 135, 472-90.

Some Remarks on the State of
Metter in the Interior of Stars. Zeitschrift fur Astrophysik,5, 321-27

1933

The Equilibrium of Distorted Polytropes,I. The Rotational Problem. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 93, 390-405.

The Equilibrium of Distorted Polytropes,II. The Tidal Problem. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 93, 449-61.

The Equilibrium of Distorted Polytropes,III. The Double-Star Problem. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 93, 462-71.

The Equilibrium of Distorted Polytropes,IV. The Rotational and The Tidal Distortions as Functions of the Density Distribution. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 93, 539-74.

The Solar Chromosphere. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 94, 14-35.

1934

The Radiative Equilibrium of Extended Stellar Atmoshpere . Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronimical Society, 94, 444-58.

On the Hypothesis of the Radial Ejection of High-Speed Atoms for the Wolf-Rayet Stars and the Novae. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronimical Society 94, 522-38.

The Solar Chromosphere (second paper). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronimical Society 94,726-37.

The Relation between the Chromosphere and the Prominences. The Observatory 57, 65-68.

The
Physical State of Matter in the Interior of Stars. The Observatory 57,93-99.

The Radiative Equilibrium of Extended Stellar Atmospheres. The Observatory 57, 225-27.

The Configurations with Degenerate Cores. The Observatory 57, 373-77.

An Analysis of the Problems of the Stellar Atmosphere. Astronomical Journal of the
Soviet Union 11, 550-96.

The Stellar Coefficients of Absorption. Zeitschrift für Astrophysik, 8, 167.

1935

The Highly Collapsed Configurations of a Stellar Mass(second paper). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronimical Society 95, 207-25.

Stellar Configurations with Degenerate Cores. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 95,226-60.

Relativistic Degeneracy (with C. Moller). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 95, 673-76.

Stellar Configurations with Degenerate Cores(second paper).Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 95,676-93.

The Radiative Equilibrium of the Outer Layers of a Star with Special Reference to the Blanketing Effect of the Reversing Layer. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 96, 21-42.

The Radiative Equilibrium of a Planetary Nebula. Zeitschrift fur Astrophysik 9,266-89.

The Nebulium Emission in Planetary Nebulae. Zeitschrift fur Astrophysik 10, 36-39.

Etude des Atmosphere Stellaires. Memoirs de la Societe Royale des Sciences de Liege 20, 3-89.

Stjernernes Struktur. Nordisk Astronomisk Tidsskrift 16, 37-44.

Production of Electron Pairs and the Theory of Stellar Structure (with L. Rosenfeld). Nature 135, 999.

On the Effective Temperature of Extended Photospheres. Proceedings of the
Cambridge Philosophical Society 31, 390-93.

1936

The Pressure in the Interior of a Star. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 96, 644-47.

The Equilibrium of Stellar Envelopes and the Central Condensation of Stars. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 96, 647-60.

The Profile of the Absorption Lines in Rotating Stars, Taking into Account the Variation of Ionization Due to Centrifugal Force (with P. Swings). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 96, 883-89.

On the Distribution of the Absorbing Atoms in the Reversing Layers of Stars and the Formation of Blended Absorption Lines (with P. Swings). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 97, 24-37.

On the Maximum Possible Central Radiation Pressure in a Star of a Given Mass. The Observatory 59, 47-48.

On Trumpler's Stars (with A. Beer). The Observatory 59, 168-70.

1937

The Pressure in the Interior of a Star. The Astrophysical Journal 85, 372-79.

The Opacity in the Interior of a Star. The Astrophysical Journal 86, 78-83.

Partially Degenerate Stellar Configuration. The Astrophysical Journal 86, 623-25.

On a Class of Stellar Models. Zeitschrift fur Astrophysik 14, 164-88.

The Cosmological Constants. Nature, 139, 757-58.

1938

A Method of Deriving the Constants of the Velocity Ellipsoid from the Observed Radial Speeds of the Stars ( with W.M.Smart). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 98, 658-63.

On a Generalization of Lindblad's Theory of Star-Streaming. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 98, 710-26.

Ionization and Rrcombination in the Theory of Stellar Absorption Lines and Nebular Luminosity. The Astrophysical Journal 87, 476-95.

An Integral Theorem on the Equilibrium of a Star. The Astrophysical Journal 87, 535-52.

1939

The Minimum Central Temperature of a Gaseous Star. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 99, 673-85.

The Lane-Emden Function 03.25. The Astrophysical Journal 89, 116-18.

Review of Stellar Dynamics, by W.M. Smart. The Astrophysical Journal 89, 679-87.

The Dynamics of Stellar Systems, I-VIII. The Astrophysical Journal 90, 1-154.

The Internal Constitution of the Stars. Proceedings of the American Philosiphical Society, 81, 153-87.


1940

The Dynamics of Stellar Systems, IX-XIV. The Astrophysical Journal 92, 441-642.

1941

The Time of Relaxation of Stellar Systems, I. The Astrophysical Journal 93, 285-304.

The Time Relaxation of Stellar Systems, II (with R.E. Williamson). The Astrophysical Journal 93, 305-22.

The Time of Relaxation of Stellar Systems, III. The Astrophysical Journal 93, 323-36.

”The White Dwarfs and Their Importance for Theories of Stellar Evolution.”
Conferences du College de France, Colloque International d'Astrophysique, III. White Dwarfs. 17-23 Juillet 1939 (Paris: Hermann & Company), 41-50.

A Statistical Theory of Stellar Encounters. The Astrophysical Journal 94, 511-25.

Stellar Models with Isothermal Cores (with L.R. Henrich). The Astrophysical Journal 94, 525-36.

1942

An Attempt to Interpret the Relative Abundances of the Elements and Their Isotopes (with L.R. Henrich). The Astrophysical Journal 95, 288-98.

The Statistics of the Gravitational Field Arising from a Random Distribution of Stars, I. The Speed of Fluctuations (with J.Von Neumann). The Astrophysical Journal 95, 489-531.

A Note on the Perturbation Theory for Distorted Stellar Configurations ( with
W. Krogdahl). The Astrophysical Journal 96, 151-54.

On the Evolution of the Main-sequence stars (with M. Schonberg). The Astrophysical Journal 96, 161-72.

1943

The Statistics of the Gravitational Field Arising from a Random Distribution of Stars. II, The Speed of Fluctuations; Dynamical Friction;Spatial Co-Relations (with J. von Neumann). The Astrophysical Journal 97, 1-27.

Dynamical Friction, I.General Consideration : The Coefficient of Dynamical Friction . The Astrophysical Journal 97, 255-62.

Dynamical Friction, II. The Rate of Escape of Stars from Clusters and the Evidence for the Operation of Dynamical Friction. The Astrophysical Journal 97, 263-73.

Dynamical Friction, III. A more Exact Theory of the Rate of Escape of Stars from Clusters. The Astrophysical Journal 98,54-60.

On the Negative Hydrogen Ion and Its Absorption Coefficient(with M.K. Krogdahl). The Astrophysical Journal 98,205-8.

Stochastic Problems in Physics and Astronomy. Rewiews of Modern Physics, 15, 1-89.

New Methods in Stellar Dynamics. Annals of the
New York Academy of Sciences, 45, 131-62.

1944

The Statistics of the Gravitational field Arising from a Random Distribution of Stars, III. The Correlation in the Forces Acting at Two Points Separated by a Finite Distance. The Astrophysical Journal 99, 25-46.

The Statistics of the Gravitational field Arising from a Random Distribution of Stars, IV. The Stochastic Variation of the Force Acting on a Star. The Astrophysical Journal 99,47-53

On the Stability of Binary Systems. The Astrophysical Journal 99,54-58.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere. The Astrophysical Journal 99,180-90.

Galactic Evidences for the Time-Scale of the Universe. Science 99,133-36.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere, II. The Astrophysical Journal 100,76-86.

On the Absorption Continuum of the Negative Oxygen Ion(with R. Wildt). The Astrophysical Journal 100,87-93.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere, III. The Astrophysical Journal 100, 117-27.

Some Remarks on the Negative Hydrogen Ion and Its Absorption Coefficient. The Astrophysical Journal 100,176-80.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere, IV (with C.U. Cesco and J. Sahade). The Astrophysical Journal 100,355-59.

The Negative Ions of Hydrogen and Oxygen in Stellar Atmospheres. Rewiews of Modern Physics 16, 301-6.

1945

Ralph Howard Fowler, 1889-1944. The Astrophysical Journal 101,1-5.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere, V. The Astrophysical Journal 101,95-107.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere, VI (with C.U. Cesco and J. Sahade). The Astrophysical Journal 101,320-27.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere, VII. The Astrophysical Journal 101, 328-47.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere, VIII. The Astrophysical Journal 101,348-55.

Photographs of the
Corona taken during the Total Eclipse of the Sun on July 9, 1945, at Pine River, Manitoba, Canada (with W.A. Hiltner). The Astrophysical Journal 102, 135-36.

On the Constant Absorption Coefficient of the Negative Hydrogen Ion. The Astrophysical Journal 102,223-31.

On the Continuous Absorption Coefficient of the Negative Hydrogen IonII. The Astrophysical Journal 102, 395-401.

The Radiative Equilibrium of an Expanding Planetary Nebula,
I. Radiation Pressure in Lyman. The Astrophysical Journal 102,402-28.

The Formation of Absorption Lines in a Moving Atmosphere. Rewiews of Modern Physics 17,138-56.

Reports on the Progress of Astronomy: Stellar Dynamics. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 105, 124-34.

1946

The Motion of an Electron in the Hartree Field of a Hydrogen Atom (with F. H. Breen). The Astrophysical Journal 103, 41-70.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,IX. The Astrophysical Journal 103,165-92.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,X. The Astrophysical Journal 103,351-70.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XI. The Astrophysical Journal 104,110-32.

On a new Theory of Weizsacker on the Origin of the Solar System. Rewiews of Modern Physics 18,94-102.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XII. The Astrophysical Journal 104,191-202.

On the Continuous Absorption Coefficient of the Negative Hydrogen Ion III (with F. H. Breen). The Astrophysical Journal, 104, 430-45.

The Continuous Spectrum of the Sun and the Stars (with G. Munch). The Astrophysical Journal 104, 446-57.

A new type of Boundary-Value Problem in Hyperbolic Equation. Proceedings of the
Cambridge Philosophical Society 42, 250-60.

1947

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XIII. The Astrophysical Journal 105, 151-63.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XIV. The Astrophysical Journal 105, 164-203.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XV. The Astrophysical Journal 105, 424-34

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XVI( with F.H. Breen). The Astrophysical Journal 105, 435-40.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XVII. The Astrophysical Journal 105, 441-60.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere, XVIII (with F.H. Breen).The Astrophysical Journal 105, 461-70.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XIX (with F.H. Breen). The Astrophysical Journal 106,143-44.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XX. The Astrophysical Journal 106, 145-51.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XXI. The Astrophysical Journal 106, 152-216.

”The Scientist.” Pp.159-79 in The Works of the Mind, ed. Robert B. Heywood.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

The Transfer of Radiation in Stellar Atmospheres. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society 53, 641-711.

The Story of Two Atoms. The Scientific Monthly 64, 313-21.

James Hopwood Jeans. Science, 105, 224-26.

Solar Research and Theoretical Astrophysics. Science, 106, 213-14.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XXII. The Astrophysical Journal 107,48-72.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XXII(concluded). The Astrophysical Journal 107,188-215.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XXIII( with F.H. Breen). The Astrophysical Journal 107, 216-19.

On the Radiative Equilibrium of a Stellar Atmosphere,XXIV. The Astrophysical Journal 108,92-111.

The Softening of Radiation by Multiple
Compton Scattering. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 192, 508-18.

On a Class of Probability Distributions. Proceedings of the
Cambridge Philosophical Society 45, 219-24.

The Theory of Statistical and Isotropic Turbulance. Physical Review 75, 896-97.

On the Decay of Isotropic Turbulance.Physical Review 75,1454-55; erratum, Physical Review 76, 158.

Brownian Motion , Dynamical Friction and Stellar Dynamics. Review of Modern Physics 21, 383-88.

The Isothermal Function (with G. W. Wares). The Astrophysical Journal 109, 551-54.

The Function G n,m(t)and G'n,m(t) or Order 6(m=6 and m>/n). The Astrophysical Journal 109, 555.

On Heisenberg's Elementary Theory of Turbulance. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A,200, 20-33.

Turbulance - A Physical Theory of Astrophysical Interest ( henry Norris Russell Lecture). The Astrophysical Journal 110,329-39.


1950

On the Integral Equation Governing the Distribution of the True and the Apparent Rotational Velocities of Stars ( with G. Munch). The Astrophysical Journal 111, 142-56.

The Theory of Axisymmetric Turbulence. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. 242, 557-77.

The Decay of Axisymmetric Turbulence. Preceedings of the Royal Society, A, 203,358-64.

The Invariant Theory of Isotropic Turbulence in Magneto-Hydrodynamics. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A,204, 435-49.

The Theory of the Fluctuation in Brightness of the Milky Way, I ( with G. Munch). The Astrophysical Journal 112,380-92.

The Theory of Fluctuation in Brightness of the Milky Way, II ( with G. Munch). The Astrophysical Journal 112, 393-98.


1951

The Angular Distribution of the Radiation at the Interface of Two Adjoining Media. Canadian Jounal of Physics 29, 14-20.

Polarization of the Sunlit Sky (with D.D. Elbert). Nature, 167, 51-55.

On Stellar Statistics ( with G. Munch). The Astrophysical Journal 113, 150-65.

The Invariant Theory of Isotropic Turbulence in Magneto-Hydrodynamics. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 204, 435-39.

The Invariant Theory of Turbulence in Magneto-Hydrodynamics, II. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 207, 301-6.

The Functions of Densitsy in Isotropic Turbulence. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 210, 18-25.

The Gravitational Instability of an Infinite Homogeneous Turbulent Medium. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 210, 26-29.

The Theory of the Fluctuations in Brightness of the Milky Way, III (with G. Munch). The Astrophysical Journal 114, 110-22.

”The Structure, the Composition, and the Source of Energy of the Stars”, Pp. 598-674 in Astrophysics- A Topical Symposium.
New York:McGraw-Hill.

Some Aspect of the Statistical Theory of Turbulence. Proceedings of the 4th Symposium of the American Mathematical Society :Fluid Dynamics, 1-17.
University of Maryland.


1952

The Theory of the Fluctuations in Brightness of the Milky Way, IV (with G. Munch). The Astrophysical Journal 115,94-102.

The Theory of the Fluctuation in Brightness of the Milky Way, V ( with G. Munch). The Astrophysical Journal 115, 103-23.

The X- and Y- Functions for Isotropic Scattering,
I. ( with D. D. Elbert and A. Franklin). The Astrophysical Journal 115, 244-68.

On the Inhibition of Convection by a magnetic Field. Philosophical Magazine 43, 501-32.

Convection Under Terrestrial and Astrophysical Conditions.  Publication of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 64, 98-104.

The Thermal Instability of a Fluid Sphere Heated Within. Philosophical Magazine 43, 1317-29.

A Statistical Basis for the Theory of Stellar Scintillation. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 112, 475-83.


1953

The Onset of Convection by Thermal Instability in Spherical Shells. Philosophical Magazine 44, 233-51; Correction, Philosophical Magazine 44, 1129-30.

The Stability of Viscous Flow between Rotating Cylinders in the Presence of a Magnetic Field. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 216, 293-309.

The Instability of a layer of Fluid Heated Below and Subject to Coriolis Forces. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 217, 306-27.

Some Aspect of the Statistical Theory of Turbulence. Proccedings of the Symposium on Applied Mathematics, The American Mathematical Society, 4, 1-17.

Magnetic Fields in Spiral Arms (with E. Fermi). The Astrophysical Journal, 118, 113-15.

Problems of Gravitational Stability in the presence of a Magnetic Field (with E. Fermi). The Astrophysical Journal, 118, 116-41.

The Roots of J_(1+1/2) (lambda eta) J_(1+1/2) (lambda) - J_(1+1/2) (lambda eta) J_(1+1/2) (lambda) = 0 (with D. Elbert). Proceedings of the
Cambridge Philosophical Society, 49, 446-48.

Shift of the l^1 S state of Helium (with D. Elbert and G. Herzberg). The Physical Review 91, 1172-73.

Problem of Stability in Hydrodynamics and Hydromagnetics (George Darwin lecture). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 113, 667-78.


1954

The Gravitational Instability of an Infinite Homogeneous Medium when Coriolis Force is acting and a Magnetic Field is present. The Astrophysical Journal 119, 7-9.

On the Pulsation of a Star in which there is a Prevalent Magnetic Field (with D. N. Limber). The Astrophysical Journal 119, 10-13.

The Stability of Viscous flow between Rotating Cylinders in the Presence of a Radial Temperature Gradient. Journal of Rational Mechanics and Analysis 3, 181-207.

The Roots of Y_n(lambda eta) J_n (lambda) - J_n (lambda eta) Y_n(lambda) = 0 (with D. Elbert). Proceedings of the
Cambridge Philosophical Society 50, 266-68.

The Instability of a Layer of Fluid Heated below and Subject to the Simultaneous Action of a Magnetic Field and Rotation. Proceeding of  the Royal Society, A, 225, 173-84.

On the Characteristic Value Problems in High Order Differential Equations which Arise in Studies on Hydrodynamic and Hydromagnetic Stability. Americal Mathematical Monthly 61 (Suppl.), 32-45.

The Stability of Viscous Flow Between Rotating Cylinders. Mathematika 1, 5-13.

On the Inhibition of Convection by a Magnetic Field, II. Philosophical Magazine 45, 1177-91.

Examples of the Instability of Fluid Motion in Presence of a Magnetic Field. Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Applied Mathematics 19-27.

The Illumination and Polarization of the Sunlit Sky on Rayleigh Scattering (with D. Elbert). Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 44, 643-728.


1955

The Character of the Equilibrium of an Incompressable Heavy Viscous Fluid of Variable Density. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 51, 162-78.

The Character of the Equlibrium of an Incompressable Fluid Sphere of Variable Density and Viscosity Subject to Radial Acceleration. Quarterly Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics 8, 1-21.

The Instability of a Layer of Fluid Heated Below and Subject to Coriolis Forces, II (with D. Elbert). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 231, 198-210.

Energies of the Ground States of He, Li + and O 6+ (with Herzberg). Physical Review 98, 1050-54.

”The Gravitational Instability of an Infinite Homogeneous Medium when a Coriolis Acceleration is Acting.” Pp. 344-47 in Vistas in Astronomy, Vol I,
New York: Pergamon Press.


1956

On Force-Free Magnetic Fields. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 42, 1-5.

The Equilibrium of Magnetic Stars (with K. H. Prendergast). Proceedings of
National Academy of Sciences, 42, 5-9.

On Cowling's Theorem on the Imposibility of Self-Maintained Axisymmetric Homogeneous Dynamos (with G. E. Backus).
Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences, 42, 105-09.

On the Stability of the Simpliest Solution of the Equations of Hydromagnetics. Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences 42, 273-76.

Axisymmetric Magnetic Fields and Fluid Motions. The Astrophysical Journal 124, 232-43.

Effect of Internal Motions on the Decay of a Magnetic Field in a Fluid Conductor. The Astrophysical Journal 124, 244-65.

The Instability of a Layer of Fluid Heated Below and Subject to the Simultaneous Action of Magnetic Field and Rotation, II. Proceeding of the Royal Society, A, 237, 476-84.

Hydromagnetic Oscillations of a Fluid Sphere with Internal Motions. The Astrophysical Journal 124, 571-79.

1957

On Cosmic Magnetic Fields. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, 43, 24-27.

Thermal Convection (Rumford Medal lecture). Proceedings of the Academy of Arts and Sciences 86, 323-39.

On the Expansion of Functions which Satisfy Four Boundary Conditions (with W. H. Reid). Proceedings of
National Academy of Sciences 43, 521-27.

On Force-Free Magnetic Fields (with P. C. Kendall). The Astrophysical Journal 126, 457-60.

Properties of an Ionized Gas of Low Density in a Magnetic Field, III (with A. N. Kauffman & K. M. Watson), Annals of Physics 2, 435-70.

On the Expansion of Functions Satisfying Four Boundary Conditions. Mathematika 4, 142-45.

The Thermal Instability of a Rotating Fluid Sphere Heated Within, II. Philosophical Magazine 2, 1282-84.


1958

On Force-Free Magnetic Fields (with L. Woltjer). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 44, 285-89.

The Stability of the Pinch (with A. N. Kaufman and K. M. Watson). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 245, 435-55.

The Stability of Viscous Flow Between Rotating Cylinders. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 246, 301-11.

On the Continious Absorption Coefficient of the Negative Hydrogen Ion, IV. The Astrophysical Journal 128, 114-23.

On the Equilibrium Configurations of an Incompressable Fluid with Axisymmetric Motions and Magnetic Fields. Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences 44, 842-47.

On the Diffuse Reflection of a Pencil of Radiation by a Plane-Parallel Atmosphere. Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences 44, 933-40.

”Adiabatic Invarients in the Motions of Charged Particles.” Pp. 3-22 in The Plasma in a Magnetic Field: A symposium on Magnetohydrodynamics, Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Properties of an Ionized Gas of Low Density in a Magentic Field, IV (with A. N. Kaufman and K. M. Watson). Annals of Physics 5, 1-25.

On Orthogonal Functions which Satisfy Four Boundary Conditions, III, Tables for Use in Fourier-Bessel-Type Expansions (with D. Elbert). The Astrophysical Journal Supplement 3, 453-58.

Variational Method in Hydrodynamics. Proceedings of the Eighth Symposium in Applied Mathematics 8, 139-41.

On the Continious Absorption Coefficient of the Negative Hydrogen Ion, V (with D. Elbert). The Astrophysical Journal 128, 633-35.


1959

The Oscillations of a Viscous Liquid Globe. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society 9, 141-49.

”The Thermodynamics of Thermal Instability in Liquids”. Pp. 103-14 in Max-Planck-Festschrift 1958.
Berlin: Veb Deutscher Verlag der Wissenschaften.


1960

The Hydrodynamic Stability of Inviscid Flow between Coaxial Cylinders. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 46, 137-41.

The Hydrodynamic Stability of Viscous Flow between Coaxial Cylinders. Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences 46, 141-43.

The Stability of Non-Dissipative Couette Flow in Hydromagnetics. Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences 46, 253-57.

The Virial Theorem in Hydromagnetics. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 1, 240-52.

The Stability of Inviscid Flow between Rotating Cylinders. Journal of the Indian Mathematical Society 24, 211-21.

1961

The Geodesics in Goedel's Universe (with J. P. Wright). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 48, 341-47.

Diffuse Reflection by a Semi-Infinite Atmosphere (with H. G. Horak). The Astrophysical Journal 134, 45-56.

Adjoint Differential Systems in the Theory of Hydrodynamic Stability. Journal of Mathematics and Mechanics 10, 683-90.

The Stability of Viscous Flow between Rotating Cylinders in the Presence of a Magnetic Field, II (with D. Elbert). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 262, 443-54.

The Stability of Viscous Flow in Curved Channel in the Presence of a Magnetic Field (with D. Elbert and
N. Lebovitz). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 264, 155-64.

A Theorem on Rotating Polytropes. The Astrophysical Journal 134, 662-64.


1962

On Super-Potentials in the Theory of Newtonian Gravitation (with N. Lebovitz).
The Astrophysical Journal 135, 238-47.

On the Oscillations and the Stability of Rotating Gaseous Masses (with
N. Lebovitz).
The Astrophysical Journal 135, 248-60.

An Interpretation of Double Periods in beta Canis Majoris Stars (with
N. Lebovitz).
The Astrophysical Journal 135, 305-6.

The Stability of Spiral Flow between Rotating Cylinders. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 265, 188-95. Appendix (with L. Lee), 145-52.

The Stability of Viscous Flow between Rotating Cylinders, II. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 268, 145-52. Appendix (with L. Lee), 145-52.

The Superpotentials in the Theory of Newtonian Gravitation, II. Tensors of Higher Rank (with
N. Lebovitz). The Astrophysical Journal 136, 1032-36.

The Potentials and Superpotentials of Homogeneous Ellipsoids (with
N. Lebovitz). The Astrophysical Journal 136, 1037-47.

On the Point of Bifurcation along the Sequence of the Jacobi Ellipsoids. The Astrophysical Journal 136, 1048-68.

On the Oscillations and the Stability of Rotating Gaseous Masses, II. The Homogeneous, Compressible Model (with
N. Lebovitz).
The Astrophysical Journal 136, 1069-81.

On the Oscillations and the Stability of Rotating Gaseous Masses, III. The Distorted Polytropes (with
N. Lebovitz). The Astrophysical Journal 136, 1082-1104.

On the Occurrence of Multiple Frequencies and beats in the Bita Canis Majoris Stars (with
N. Lebovitz). The Astrophysical Journal 136, 1105-7.

An Approach to the Theory of Equilibrium and the Stability of Rotating Masses via the Virial Theorem and its Extensions. Pp. 9-14 in Proceedings of the Fourth
U.S. National Congress on Applied Mechanics.


1963

On the Stability of the Jacobi Ellipsoids ( with N. Lebivitz). The Astrophysical Journal 137, 1142-61.

On the Oscillations of the Maclaurian Spheroid Belonging to the Third Harmonics ( with
N. Lebovitz). The Astrophysical Journal 137, 1162-71.

The Equilibrium and the Stability of the Jeans Spheroids ( with
N. Lebovitz). The Astrophysical Journal 137, 1172-84.

The Points of Bifurcations along the Maclaurin , the Jacobi, and the Jeans Sequences. The Astrophysical Journal 137, 1185-1202.

Non-Radial Oscillation and Convection Instability of Gaseous Masses (with
N. Lebovitz). The Astrophysical Journal 138, 185-99.

The Virial Theorem in General Relativity in the Post-Newtonian Approximation (with G. Contopoulos). Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences 49, 608-13.

The Ellipticity of a Slowly Rotating Configuration (with P.H. Roberts). The Astrophysical Journal 138, 801-8.

The General Variational Principle Governing the Radial and the Non-Radial Oscillations of gaseous Masses. The Astrophysical Journal 138, 896-97.

The Equilibrium and the Stability of the Roche Ellipsoids. The Astrophysical Journal 138, 1182-1213.


1964

A General Variational Principle Governing the Radial and the Non-Radial Oscillations of Gaseous Masses. The Astrophysical Journal 139, 664-74.

Otto Struve, 1897-1963. The Astrophysical Journal 139, 423.

The Case for Astronomy. Proccedings of the American Philosophical Society, 108, 1-6.

Dynamical Instability of Gaseous Masses Approaching the Schwarzschild Limit in General Relativity. Physical Review Letters 12, 114-16; erratum, Physical Review Letters, 12, 437-8.

The Dynamical Instability of the White-Dwarf Configurations Approaching the Limiting Mass ( with R. F. Tooper). The Astrophysical Journal, 139, 1396-98.

The Dynamical Instability of Gaseous Masses Approaching the Schwarzschild Limit in General Relativity. The Astrophysical Journal 140, 417-33.

The Equilibrium and the Stability of the
Darwin Ellipsoids. The Astrophysical Journal 140, 599-620.

Non-Radial Oscillation of Gaseous Masses (with
N. Lebovitz). The Astrophysical Journal 140, 1517-28.

”The Virial Equations of the Various Orders (chapter 1 in The Higher Order Virial Equations and Their Applications to the Equilibrium and Stability of Rotating Configurations).” Lectures in Theoretical Physics, vol. 6.
Boulder: University of Colorado Press.

On the Ellipsoid Figures of Equilibrium of Homogeneous Masses (with
N. Lebovitz). Astrophysica Norvegica 9, 323-32.


1965

The Equilibrium and the Stability of the Dedekind Ellipsoids. The Astrophysical Journal 141, 1043-55.

Post-Newtonian Equations of Hydrodynamics and the Stability of Gaseous Masses in General Relativity. Physical Review Letters 14, 241-44.

The Stability of a Rotating Liquid Drop. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 286, 1-26.

The Equilibrium and the Stability of the Reimann Ellipsoids, I. The Astrophysical Journal 142, 890-921.

The Post-Newtonian Equations of Hydrodynamics in General Relativity. The Astrophysical Journal 142, 1488-1512.

The Post-Newtonian Effects of General Relativity on the Equilibrium of Uniformly Rotating Bodies,I, The Maclaurin Spheroids and the Virial Theorem. The Astrophysical Journal 142, 1513-18.

The Stability of Gaseous Masses for Radial and Non-Radial Oscillations in the Post-Newtonian Approximation of General Relativity.  The Astrophysical Journal 142, 1519-40.


1966

The Equilibrium and the Stability of the Riemann Ellipsoids, II.  The Astrophysical Journal 145, 842-77.


1967

The Post-Newtonian Effects of General Relativity on the Equilibrium of Uniformly Rotating Bodies,II, The Deformed Figures of the Maclaurin Spheroids. The Astrophysical Journal 147,334-52.

Virial Relations for Uniformly Rotating Fluid Masses in General Relativity.  The Astrophysical Journal 147, 383-84.

On a Post-Galilean Transformation Appropriate to the Post-Newtonian Theory of Einstin, Infeld, and Hoffman (with G. Contopoulos). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 298, 123-41.

The Post-Newtonian Effects of General Relativity on the Equilibrium of Uniformly Rotating Bodies,III, The Deformed Figrues of the Jacobi Ellipsoids. The Astrophysical Journal 148, 621-44.

The Post-Newtonian Effects of General Relativity on the Equilibrium of Uniformly Rotating Bodies,IV. The Roche Model. The Astrophysical Journal 148, 645-49.

Ellipsoid Figures of Equilibrium-An Historical Account. Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics 20, 251-65.


1968

The Pulsations and the Dynamical Stability of Gaseous Masses in Uniform Rotation (with N.R. Lebovitz). The Astrophysical Journal 152, 267-91.

The Virial Equations of the Fourth Order. The Astrophysical Journal 152, 293-304.

A Tensor Virial-Equation for Stellar Dynamics (with E.P. Lee). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 139, 135-39.

Astronomy in Science and Human Culture (Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial lecture).
New Delhi: Indraprastha Press, 22 pages.


1969

The Richtmyer Memorial Lecture - Some Historical Notes. American Journal of Physics 37, 577-84.

Conservation Laws in General Relativity and in the Post-Newtonian Approximations. The Astrophysical Journal 158, 45-54.

The Second Post-Newtonian Equations of Hydrodynamics in General Relativity (with Y. Nutku). The Astrophysical Journal 158, 55-79.

The Effect of Viscous Dissipation on the Stability of the Roche Ellipsoids. Publications of the Ramanujan Institute 1, 213-22.


1970

Solutions of Two Problems in the Theory of Gravitational Radiation. Physical Review Letters 24, 611-15; erratum, Physical Review Letters 24,762.

The 2n1/2 Post-Newtonian Equations of Hydrodynamics and Radiation Reaction in General Relativity (with F.P.Esposito). The Astrophysical Journal 160, 153-79.

”Post-Newtonian Methods and Conservation laws.” Pp.81-108 in Relativity, ed. M.Carmeli, S.I.Fickler and L.Witten.
New York:Plenum Press.

”The Oscillations of a Rotating Gaseous Mass in the Post-Newtonian Approximation to General Relativity.” Pp. 182-95 in Quanta, ed. P.G.O. Freund, C.J.Goebel, and Y. Nambu.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

The Instability of Congruent
Darwin Ellipsoids, II. The Astrophysical Journal 160, 1043-48.

The Effect of Gravitational Radiation on the Secular Stability of the Maclaurin Spheroid. The Astrophysical Journal 161, 561-69.

The Evolution of the Jacobi Ellipsoid by Gravitational Radiation. The Astrophysical Journal 161, 571-78.


1971

Criterion for the Instability of a Uniformly Rotating Configuration in General Relativity (with J.L.Friedman). Physical Review Letters 26, 1047-50.

The Post-Newtonian Effeacts of General Relativity on the Equilibrium of Uniformly Rotating Bodies, V. The Deformed Figures of the Maclaurin Shperoids (Continued). The Astrophysical Journal 167, 447-53.

The Post-Newtonian Effeacts of General Relativity on the Equilibrium of Uniformly Rotating Bodies, VI. The Deformed Figures of the Jacobi ellipsoids (Continued). The Astrophysical Journal 167, 455-63.

Some Elementary Applications of the Virial Theorem to Stellar Dynamics (with D.Elbert). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 155, 435-47.


1972

On the "Derivation" of Einstein's Field Equations. American Journal of Physics 40, 224-34.

”A Limiting Case of Relativistic Equilibrium (in honor of J.L.Synge).” Pp.185-99 in General Relativity, ed. L.O'Raifeartaigh.
Oxford Clarendon Press.

On the Stability of Axisymmetric Systems to Axisymmetric Perturbations in General Relativity, I. The Equations Governing Nonstationary, Staionary, and Perturbed Systems ( with J.L.Friedman). The Astrophysical Journal 175, 379-405.

On the Stability of Axisymmetric Systems to Axisymmetric Perturbations in General Relativity, II. A Criterion for the Onset of Instability in Uniformly Rotating Configurations and the Frequency of the Fundamental Mode in Case of Slow Rotation (with J.L. Friedman). The Astrophysical Journal 176, 745-68.

On the Stability of Axisymmetric Systems to Axisymmetric Perturbations in General Relativity, III. Vacuum Metrics and Carter's Theorem (with J.L. Friedman). The Astrophysical Journal 177, 745-56.

Stability Of Stellar Configuration in General Relativity. Proceedings at Meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society. The Observatory 92, 116-20.

The Increasing Role of General Relativity in Astronomy (Halley Lecture). The Observatory 92, 160-74.


1973

On the Stability of Axisymmetric Systems to Axisymmetric Perturbations in General Relativity, IV. Allowance for Gravitaional Radiation in an Odd-Parity Mode (with J.L. Friedman). The Astrophysical Journal 181, 481-95.

On a Criterion for the Occurrence of a Dedekind-like Point of Bifurcation along a Sequence of Axisymmetric Systems, I. Relativistic Theory of Uniformly Rotating Configurations (J.L. Friedman). The Astrophysical Journal 185, 1-18.

On a Criterion for the Occurrence of a Dedekind-like Point of Bifurcation along a Sequence of Axisymmetric Systems, II. Newtonian Theory for Differentially Rotating Configurations (with N.R.Lebovitz). The Astrophysical Journal 183, 19-30.

P.A.M. Dirac on His Seventieth Birthday. Contemporary Physics 13, 389-94.

”A Chapter in the Astrophysicist's View of the Universe.” Pp.34-44 in The Physicist's Cenception of Nature, ed.J.Mehra,
Dordrecht, Holland:D. Reidel.


1974

On a Criterion for the Onset of Dynamical Instability by a Non-Axisymmetric Mode of Oscillation along a Sequence of Differentially Rotating Configurations. The Astrophysical Journal 187, 169-74.

The Black Hole in Astrophysics: The Origin of the Concept and Its Role. Contemporary Physics 14, 1-24.

On the Slowly Rotating Homogeneous Masses in General Relativity (with J.C. Miller). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 167, 63-79.

” The Stability of Relativistic Systems.” Pp. 63-81 in Gravitational Radiation and Gravitational Collapse, ed. C. DeWitt-Morette.
Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel.

”The Stability of Stellar Masses in General Relativity.” Pp. 162-65 in Proceedings of the First European Astronomical Meeting,
Athens, vol. 3, New York:Springer-Verlag.

The Deformed Figures of the Dedekind Ellipsoids in the Post-Newtonian Approximation to General Relativity (with D. Elbert). The Astrophysical Journal 192, 731-46. Correction and Amplifications to this paper in the The Astrophysical Journal 220 (1978): 303-11, are incorporated in the present version.

Development of General Relativity. Nature, 252, 15-17.


1975

On the Equations Governing the Perturbation of the Schwarzschild Black Hole. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 343, 289-98.

The Quasi-Normal Modes of the Schwarzschild Black Hole ( with
S. Detweiler). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 344, 441-52.

On the Equations Governing the Axisymmetric Perturbations of the Kerr Black Hole ( with
S. Detweiler). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 345, 145-67.

On the Coupled Second-Harmonic Oscillations of the Congruent
Darwin Ellipsoids. The Astrophysical Journal, 202, 809-14.


1976

Verifying the Theory of Relativity. Notes and Records of the Royal Society 30, 249-60.

On a Transformation of Teukolsky's Equation and the Electromagnetic Perturbations of the Kerr Black Hole. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 348, 39-55.

The Solution of Maxwell's Equations in Kerr Geometry. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 349, 1-8.

The Solution of Dirac's  Equation in Kerr Geometry. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 349, 571-75.

On the Equation Governing the Gravitaional Perturbations of the Kerr Black Hole ( with
S. Detweiler). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 350, 165-74.


1977

On the Reflextion and Transmission of Neutrino Waves by a Kerr Black Hole ( with S. Detweiler). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 352, 325-38.


1978

The Kerr Metric and Stationary Axisymmetric Gravitaional Fields. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 358, 405-20.

The Gravitaional Perturbations of the Kerr Black Hole, I. The Perturbations in the Quantities which Vanish in the
Stationary State. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 358, 421-39.

The Gravitaional Perturbations of the Kerr Black Hole, II. The Perturbations in the Quantities are Finite in the
Stationary State. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 358,441-65.

The Deformed Figures of the Dedekind Ellipsoid in the Post-Newtonian Approximation to General Relativity: Corrections and Amplifications ( with D. Elbert). The Astrophysical Journal, 220, 303-13.

”Why Are the Stars As They Are?” Pp. 1-14 in Physics and Astrophysics of Neutron Stars and Black Holes, ed. R. Giacconi and R. Ruffini.
Holland: North-Holland Publishing Co.

On the Linear Perturbations of the Schwarzschild and the Kerr Geometrices.” Pp. 528-38 in Physics and Astrophysics of Neutron Stars and Black Holes, ed. R. Giacconi and R. Ruffini.
Holland: North-Holland Publishing Co.


1979

The Gravitaional Perturbations of the Kerr Black Hole, III. Further Amplifications. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 365, 425-51.

On the Equation Governing the Perturbation of the Reissner-Nordstrom Black Hole. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 365, 453-65.

Einstein and General Relativity: Historical Perspectives (1978 Oppenheimer Memorial Lecture). American Journal of Physics, 47, 212-17.

On the Metric Perturbation of the Reissner-Nordstrom Black Hole (with B.C.Xanthopoulos). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 367, 1-14.

”An Introduction to the Kerr Metric and Its Perturbations.” Pp. 370-453 in General Relativity - An Einstein Centenary Survey, ed. W.
Israel and S. Hawking. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Beauty and the Quest for Beauty in Science. Physics Today, 32, 25-30.

”Einstein's General Theory of Relativity and Cosmology.” In The Great Ideas Today, 90-138. Encyclopaedia Britannica.

C.T. Rajagopal(1903-78) (with A. Weil). Nature 279, 358.


1980

One One-Dimemsional Potential Barriers Having Equal Reflexion and Transmission Coefficient. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 369, 425-33.

Edward Arthur Milne: His Part in the Development of Modern Astrophysics(The 1979 Milne Lecture). The Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 21, 93-107.

”The Role of General Relativity in Astronomy: Retrospect and Prospect.” Pp.45-61 in Highlights in Astronomy, vol. 5, ed. P.A. Wayman.
Dordrecht , Holland: D. Reidel.

The General Theory of Relativity: The First Thirty Years. Contemporary Physics 21, 429-49.

The Gravitional Perturbations of the Kerr Black Hole, IV. The Completion of the Solution. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 372, 475-84.


1981

Review: Oort and the Universe. Science, 211, 273.


1982

On Crossing the Cauchy Horizon of a Reissner-Nordstrom Black Hole ( with J. B. Hartle). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 384, 301-15.

”On the Potential Barriers Surrounding the Schwarzschild Black-Hole.” Pp. 120-46 in Spacetime and Geometry: The Alfred Schild Lectures, ed. R.A. Matzner and L.C.Shepley.
Austin: University of Texas Press.


1984

On the Onset of Relativistic Instability in Highly Centrally Condensed Stars (with N.R. Lebovitz). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 207, 13P-16P.

On Algebraically Special Perturbation of Black Holes. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 392, 1-13.

”On Stars, Their Evolution and Their Stability” (Nobel Lecture).
Stockholm: The Nobel Foundation, 1984, 58-80.

The General Theory of Relativity: Why "It is Probably the Most Beautiful of all Existing Theories". Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 5, 3-11.

On the Nutku-Halil Solution for Colliding Impulsive Gravitational Waves (with V. Ferrari). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 396, 55-74.


1985

On Colliding Waves in the Einstein-Maxwell Theory (with B.C. Xanthopoulos). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 398, 223-59.

On the Collision of Impulsive Gravitational Waves when Coupled with Fluid Motions (with B.C. Xanthopoulos). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 402, 37-65.

The Pursuit of Science: Its Motivations. Current Science (
India) 54, 161-69.

Some Exact Solutions of Gravitational Waves when Coupled with Fluid Motions (with B.C. Xanthopoulos). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A,402, 205-24.


1986

On the Collision of Impulsive Gravitational Waves when Coupled with Null Dust (with B.C. Xanthopoulos). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 403, 189-98.

A New Type of Singularity Created by Colliding Gravitational Waves (with B.C. Xanthopoulos). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 408, 175-208.

Cylindrical Waves in General Relativity. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 408, 209-32.

The Aesthetic Base of the General Theory of Relativity ( Karl Schwarzschild Lecture). Mitteilungen der
Astronomischen Gesellschaft 67, Hamburg, 19-49.

”Marian Smoluchowski as the Founder of the Physics of Stochastic Phenomena.” Pp. 21-28 in Polish Men of Science: Marian Smoluchowski: His Life and Scientific Work, ed. R.S. Ingarden.
Warsaw: Polish Scientific Publishers.


1987

On Colliding Waves that Develop Time-like Singularities: A New Class of Solutions of the Einstein-Maxwell Equations (with B.C. Xanthopoulos). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 410, 311-36.

On the Dispersion of Cylindrical Impulsive Gravitational Waves (with V. Ferrari). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 412, 75-91.

The Effect of Sources on Horizons that May Develop when Plane Gravitational Waves Collide (with B.C. Xanthopoulos). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 414, 1-30.


1988

On Weyl's Solution for Space-Times with Two Commuting Killing Fields. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 415, 329-345.

A Perturbation Analysis of the Bell-Szekeres Space-Time (with B.C. Xanthopoulos). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 420, 93-123.

Massless Particles from Perfect Fluid. Nature, 333, 506.

A Commentary on Dirac's Views on "The Excellence of General Relativity".Pp. 49-56 in Festi-Val: Festscrift for Val Telegdi, ed. K.Winter :
North Holland: Elsevier:

To Victor Ambartsumian on his 80th Birthday. Astrofisika, 29 (Russian: in English), 7-8.


1989

The Two-Centre Problem in General Relativity: The Scattering of Radiation by Two Extreme Reissner-Nordstrom Black-Holes. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 421, 227-58.

A one-to-one Correspondence between the Static Einstein-Maxwell and Stationary Einstein-Vacuum Space-Time. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 423, 379-86.

Two Black Holes Attached to Strings (with B.C. Xanthopoulos). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 423, 387-400.

The Perception of Beauty and the Pursuit of Science. Bulletin of the
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 43, 14-29.


1990

The Flux Integral For Axisymmetric Perturbations of Static Space-Time ( with V. Ferrari). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 428, 325-49.

Science and Scientific Attitudes. Nature, 344, 285-86.

The Teukolsky-Starobinsky Constant for Arbitrary Spin. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 430, 433-38.

How One May Explore the Physical Content of the General Theory of Relativity. Proceedings of the Yale Symposium in Honour of the 150th anniversary of the birth of J.Willard Gibbs, The American Mathematical Society and the American Physical Society, 227-51.


1991

On the Non-Radial Oscillations of a Star. ( with V. Ferrari) Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 432,247-279.

On the Non-Radial Oscillations of Slowly Rotating Stars Induced by the Lense-Thirring Effect ( with V. Ferrari). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 433, 423-440.

On the Non-Radial Oscillations of a Star, II.Further Amplification ( with V. Ferrari). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 434, 635-641.

On the Non-Radial Oscillations of a Star, III. A Reconsideration of the Axial Models ( with V. Ferrari). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 434, 449-457.

The Einstein Pseudo-Tensor and the Flux Integral for Perturbed Spacetimes ( with V. Ferrari). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 435, 645-657.


1992

On the Non-Radial Oscillations of a Star, IV. An Application of the Theory of Regge Poles ( with V. Ferrari). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 437, 133-149.

The Series Paintings of Claude Monet and the Landscape of General Relativity. Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics Dedication Address.


1993

On Spherical-Free Gravitational Waves ( with V. Ferrari). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 443, 445-449.

1995
On the Non-Radial Oscillations of a Star, V. A Fully Relativistic Treatment of a Newtonian Star

(with V. Ferrari). Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, 450, 463-476.

 


 

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