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Third Asian-Pacific Regional Meeting of the International Astronomical Union, Kyoto, Japan, September 30-October 6, 1984

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The Siberian Solar Radio Telescope: Parameters and Principle of Operation, Objectives and Results of First Observations of Spatio-Temporal Properties of Development of Active Regions and Flares.- High Energy Observations of June 1980 Solar Flares.- Coronal Structure Observed at the Total Solar Eclipse of 11 June 1983 in Indonesia.- Continuum Absorption in the Solar EUV Spectra.- Height Measurements of S-Components.- Variations in Quiet Sun Radiation at Centimetre Wavelengths during Solar Maximum Period.- Analysis of a Magnetohydrodynamic Stellar Wind.- Study of Time-Evolving Hydrodynamic Cepheid Models.- Unusual Variable Stars in the Globular Cluster M4.- The Phase Transitions of Superdense Matter and Supernova-Explosion.- Supercritical Winds From Cool `Canonical' Stars Caused by Evolution on the Main Sequence.- Steady Mass-Loss from Supermassive Stars.- Effective Temperatures, Radii and Luminosities of O-Emmission, Be and Ae Stars.- Absolute Magnitudes of Late-Type Stars.- Active Phenomena of the Be Star EW Lac Observed in 1978-82.- Photometric Behaviour of the Be Star EW Lacertae.- Iron K-Emission Line from Cygnus X-2.- X-Ray Emissions from Vela X-l During Its Eclipsing Period.- Electrodynamical Synchronization of AM Her-Type Stars.- Spectroscopic and Photometric Observations of Nova Aquilae 1982.- Moment Method for the Inverse Radiative Transfer in Inhomogeneous Media.- Photometric Determination of Variations in the Surface Conditions for Pulsating Stars.- The Estimation of Some Parameters of Pulsars and Their Applications.- Pulsar Magnetosphere with Conspicuous Trans-Field Flow.- One-Armed Oscillations of a Non-Self-Gravitating Polytropic Disk.- CO Observations Geometry and Galactic Structure.- Hydrodynamical Models of the Orion-KL Nebula.- Radio Recombination Lines of Hydrogen Atoms Associated with Stimulated Emissions in Ionized Regions.- The Scutum Ring of HII Regions.- Surface Photometry of Simple HII Regions.- Infrared Polarimetry of the Stars in the Inner Galaxy.- Effect of Magnetic Field on the Shock-Induced Thermal Instability.- On the Radial Distribution of Molecular Clouds in Galaxies.- Grain Formation Experiments by a Plasma Jet Apparatus.- Hydrostatic Models of BOK Globules.- Cep A: A Possible Proto-Cluster.- Formation of the Solar System.- Thermal-Chemical Instability in a Pre-Galactic Gas Cloud.- Dynamics of the Magellanic System and the Galaxy - Present Status of Theoretical Understanding.- Emission Line Velocity Survey of Spiral Galaxies with Bright Nuclei.- Optical Light Variation of the Seyfert Galaxy NGC 4151.- Emission Line Velocity Field in the Central Region of M82.- X-Ray Observation of AGN's from TENMA.- Large-Scale Configurration of the Magnetic Field in Spiral Galaxies.- Correlation Between the Physical Parameters and Morphological Type of Spiral Galaxies.- Global Instability of Thin Stellar Discs.- A Mathematical Model of the Initial Stage in the Formation of a Disk Galaxy.- Evolution of Disk Galaxies Regulated by Supernova Remnants.- On the Effects of Compression of a Gaseous Disc by Thermal and Dynamical Pressures of Intergalactic Gas.- Formation of Collimated Beams.- Electron-Positron Pairs in a Mildly Relativistic Plasma in Active Galactic Nuclei.- Simulation of Compact Groups of Galaxies.- Motion of Quasar Images by Gravitational Lens Galaxies.- Optical Identification of QSOs with Flat Radio Spectrum.- United Kingdom Schmidt Telescope (UKST) Objective Prism Searches for Quasars.- Optical Identifications of Radio Sources with Accurate Positions Using the United Kingdom Schmidt Telescope (UKST) IIIa-J Plates.- Formation of a Void and Galaxies in a Neutrino Dominated Universe.- Dark Matter and the Formation of Large-Scale Structure in the Universe.- X-Ray Detection of the Monoceros Supernova Remnant.- Alignment of Spiral Galaxies in the Local Supercluster.- Log N - Log S of Radio Sources at 10 GHz with Flat Spectra.- Announcement.- List of Unpublished Papers.

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