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Piet Martens   Submitted: 2001-10-24 10:09

The symposium started with reviews on past, current, and future satellite observations in high-energy and solar astrophysics, followed by theoretical papers which were more directly related to these observations, on high-energy phenomena in, and emission from, astrophysical plasmas. The meeting proceeded to cover more theory-oriented, basic physical problems, such as the effects of magnetic fields, particle acceleration, and physical processes in relativistic astrophysical plasmas. The afternoon of the last day was reserved for a panel discussion and conference summary. This symposium included invited review and specialty papers, a panel discussion, a conference summary, and contributed papers (mostly posters but some oral). The spirit of the meeting was to bring together researchers from different subfields of high-energy astrophysics to share their expertise in studying emission processes of common interest in astrophysical plasmas.

Authors: P.C.H. Martens, S. Tsuruta, and M.A. Weber (eds.)

Publication Status: Proceedings of IAU Colloquium 195, Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific (2000).
Last Modified: 2001-10-24 10:09
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