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Scientific Articles by Bernard Haisch
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135. QUANTUM VACUUM AND INERTIAL REACTION FORCE IN NONRELATIVISTIC QED, Hiroki Sunahata, Alfonso Rueda and Bernard Haisch, arXiv:1306.6036 [physics.gen-ph] (2013).

134. REVIEW OF EXPERIMENTAL CONCEPTS FOR STUDYING THE QUANTUM VACUUM FIELDS, E. W. Davis, V. L. Teofilo, B. Haisch, H. E. Puthoff, L. J. Nickisch, A. Rueda and D. C. Cole, Space Technology and Applications International Forum (STAIF 2006), p. 1390 (2006).

133. GRAVITY AND THE QUANTUM VACUUM INERTIA HYPOTHESIS, Alfonso Rueda & Bernard Haisch, Annalen der Physik, Vol. 14, No. 8, 479 - 498 (2005).

132. INFLATION THEORY IMPLICATIONS FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL VISITATION, J. Deardorff, B. Haisch, B. Maccabee & H. E. Puthoff, J. Brit. Interplanetary Soc., 58, 43 (2005).

131. UPDATE ON AN ELECTROMAGNETIC BASIS FOR INERTIA, GRAVITATION, THE PRINCIPLE OF EQUIVALENCE, SPIN AND PARTICLE MASS RATIOS, Bernard Haisch, Alfonso Rueda, L. J. Nickisch & Jules Mollere, in Amer. Inst. Physics Conf. Proc., Space Technology and Applications International Forum (STAIF-2003), Ed. Mohamed S. El-Genk, pp. 922 - 931, gr-qc/0209016 (2003).

130. GRAVITY, INERTIA AND THE ELECTROMAGNETIC QUANTUM VACUUM, A. Rueda, B. Haisch, R. Tung, in Proc. Workshop on Foundations of Quantum Physics, (R. Blanco, A. Mananes, S. Marcos, L. Pesquera & M. Rodriguez, eds.) Univ. de Cantabria, Santander, Spain, Feb. 8-9, 2001. pp. 141--154 (2002).

129. OBSERVATIONS OF THE CORONAE OF AR LAC, D. Pease, J. Drake, V. Kashyap, P. Ratzlaff, S. Saar, B. Haisch, A. Dobrzycki, N. Adams & S. Wolk, in Stellar Coronae in the Chandra and XMM-Newton Era, F. Favata & J. J. Drake (eds.), ASP Conf. series, in press (2002).

128. ZERO-POINT ENERGY, Bernard Haisch, in Space Sciences Encyclopedia, Vol. 4, p. 209 (MacMillan Reference USA: New York) (2002).

127. FREEING THE SCIENTIFIC IMAGINATION, Bernard Haisch, Noetic Sciences Review, No. 57, Sept.-Nov., p. 24, (2001)

126. GEOMETRODYNAMICS, INERTIA AND THE QUANTUM VACUUM, Bernard Haisch & Alfonso Rueda, AIAA paper 2001-3360, presented at AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, Salt Lake City, July 8-12, (2001).

125. INERTIAL MASS AND THE QUANTUM VACUUM FIELDS, B. Haisch, A. Rueda & Y. Dobyns, Annalen der Physik, 10, 393-414 (2001).

124. THE INERTIA REACTION FORCE AND ITS VACUUM ORIGIN, A. Rueda and B. Haisch, in Proc. Third Vigier Symposium (UC Berkeley, CA, August 20-26, 2000), ed. by R. Amoroso et al., Kluwer Acad. Publ., in press, (2001).

123. HOW TO ABHOR THE VOID WHILE LOVING THE QUANTUM VACUUM, B. Haisch & A. Rueda, Mercury (publ. by Astron. Soc. of the Pacific), Vol. 29, No. 5, 33, Sept/Oct. (2000).

122. PROSPECTS FOR AN INTERSTELLAR MISSION: HARD TECHNOLOGY LIMITS BUT SURPRISING PHYSICS POSSIBILITES, B. Haisch and A. Rueda, Mercury (publ. by Astron. Soc. of the Pacific), Vol. 29, No. 4, 26, July/Aug. (2000).

121. A VACUUM-GENERATED INERTIA REACTION FORCE (Best Paper Award for the Symposium on Physical, Quantum, Relativistic and Astrophysical Systems). Daniel Dubois, ed., A. Rueda and B. Haisch, Fourth Intl. Conf. on Computing Anticipatory Systems, Liege, Belgium, Aug. 7-12, (2000)

120. THE CASE FOR INERTIA AS A VACUUM EFFECT: A REPLY TO WOODWARD AND MAHOOD, Y. Dobyns, A. Rueda and B. Haisch, Foundations of Physics, Vol. 30, No. 1, 59 (2000).

119. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FLARES IN STARS (invited presentation at Intl. Astronomical Union Coll. No. 175), B. Haisch, in "The Be Phenomenon in Early Type Stars," (M. A. Smith, H. F. Henrichs and J. Fabregat, eds.), Astron. Soc. of the Pacific Conf. Series, in press (2000)

118. ON THE RELATION BETWEEN ZERO-POINT-FIELD-INDUCED INERTIAL MASS AND THE EINSTEIN-DE BROGLIE FORMULA, B. Haisch & A. Rueda, Physics Letters A, 268, 224, (2000).

117. TOWARD AN INTERSTELLAR MISSION: ZEROING IN ON THE ZERO-POINT-FIELD INERTIA RESONANCE, B. Haisch and A. Rueda, Space Technology and Applications International Forum (STAIF-2000), Conference on Enabling Technology and Required Developments for Interstellar Missions, American Institute of Physics Conf. Series, CP504, 1047 (2000).

116. UNLOCKING THE SUN'S SECRETS: THE SOLAR-STELLAR CONNECTION (Featured Cover Story), B. Haisch & J. Schmitt, Sky & Telescope, Vol. 98, No. 4, pp. 46-54, October, (1999).

115. BRILLIANT DISGUISE: LIGHT, MATTER AND THE ZERO-POINT FIELD, B. Haisch, Science & Spirit, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 30-31, September/October, (1999).

114. ELECTROMAGNETIC ZERO-POINT FIELD AS ACTIVE ENERGY SOURCE IN THE INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM, A. Rueda, H. Sunahata & B. Haisch, 35th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE AIAA Joint Propulsion Conference, AIAA paper 99-2145, (1999).

113. A GEOSYNCHRONOUS 2.4 METER UV/OPTICAL ASTROPHYSICAL OBSERVATORY, B. Haisch, P. Robb, K. Strong and D. E. Shemansky, Ultraviolet-Optical Space Astronomy Beyond HST (J. A. Morse, J. M. Shull, A. L. Kinney, eds), Astr. Soc. Pacific. conf. series, Vol. 164, 279-288, (1999).

112. PROGESS IN ESTABLISHING A CONNECTION BETWEEN THE ELECROMAGNETIC ZERO-POINT FIELD AND INERTIA, B. Haisch & A. Rueda, Space Technology and Applications International Forum-1999 (M. S. El-Genk, ed), Amer. Inst. of Physics Conference Proceeedings 458, pp. 988-993, (1999).

111. SOLAR-STELLAR CONNECTION, B. Haisch, in "The Many Faces of the Sun: Scientific Results from the Solar Maximum Mission,'' Springer Verlag, Springer Verlag, pp. 481-496 (1999).

110. THE MANY FACES OF THE SUN: SCIENTIFIC RESULTS FROM THE SOLAR MAXIMUM MISSION, K. Strong, J. Saba, B. Haisch and J. Schmeltz (eds.), Springer Verlag, (1999).

109. INERTIAL MASS VIEWED AS REACTION OF THE VACUUM TO ACCELERATED MOTION, A. Rueda and B. Haisch, Proc. NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Workshop, NASA/CP-1999-208694, p. 65 (1999).

108. THE ZERO-POINT FIELD AND THE NASA CHALLENGE TO CREATE THE SPACE DRIVE, B. Haisch and A. Rueda, Proc. NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Workshop, NASA/CP-1999-208694, p. 55 (1999).

107. ADVANCES IN THE PROPOSED ELECTROMAGNETIC ZERO-POINT FIELD THEORY OF INERTIA, B. Haisch, A. Rueda and H. E. Puthoff, 34th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE AIAA Joint Propulsion Conference, AIAA paper 98-3143, (1998).

106. RXTE OBSERVATIONS OF PROXIMA CENTAURI, B. Haisch, V. Kashyap, J. Drake and P. Freeman, Astron. Astrophys., 335, L101 (1998)

105. DESIGN FOR A LOW-COST, GEOSYNCHRONOUS, 2.4-METER UV/EUV SOLAR SYSTEM OBSERVATORY, B. Haisch, P. Robb, K. Strong & D. Shemansky, SPIE Vol. 3356, pp. 678-688, (1998).

104. TELESCOPE DESIGN FOR DIRECT IMAGING OF EXTRASOLAR PLANETS, P. Robb, L. W. Bandermann & B. Haisch, SPIE Vol. 3356, 588-598, (1998).

103. CONTRIBUTION TO INERTIAL MASS BY REACTION OF THE VACUUM TO ACCELERATED MOTION, A. Rueda and B. Haisch, Foundations of Physics, vol. 28, 1057--1108, (1998).

102. INERTIA AS REACTION OF THE VACUUM TO ACCELERATED MOTION, A. Rueda and B. Haisch, Physics Letters A, vol. 240, No. 3, p. 115, (1998).

101. AN ELECTROMAGNETIC BASIS FOR INERTIA AND GRAVITATION:WHAT ARE THE IMPLICATIONS FOR 21st CENTURY PHYSICS AND TECHNOLOGY?, B. Haisch & A. Rueda, CP-420, Space Technology and Applications International Forum (M. S.El-Genk, ed), DOE Conf. 960103, American Inst. of Physics, p. 1443 (1998).

100. ELECTROMAGNETIC VACUUM AND INERTIAL MASS, A. Rueda and B. Haisch, in Causality and Locality in Modern Physics, G. Hunter, S. Jeffers & J.-P. Vigier (eds.), Kluwer, p. 179, (1998).

99. THE ZERO-POINT FIELD AND INERTIA, B. Haisch and A. Rueda, in Causality and Locality in Modern Physics, G. Hunter, S. Jeffers & J.-P. Vigier (eds.), Kluwer, p. 171, (1998).

98. ORBITING UV OBSERVATORY UTILIZING A COMMERCIAL SPACECRAFT, P. Robb, B. Haisch, K. T. Strong and D. E. Shemansky, Proc. SPIE Intl. Symposium on Optical Science, Engineering and Instrumentation, in "Multispectral Imaging for Terrestrial Applications II", SPIE vol. 3119, p. 97 (1997).

97. REPLY TO MICHEL'S "COMMENT ON ZERO-POINT FLUCTUATIONS AND THE COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT", B. Haisch and A. Rueda, Astrophys. J., 488, 563, (1997).

96. PHYSICS OF THE ZERO-POINT FIELD: IMPLICATIONS FOR INERTIA, GRAVITATION AND MASS, B. Haisch, A. Rueda and H.E. Puthoff, Spec. Sci. Tech., Vol. 20, 99, (1997).

95. QUANTUM AND CLASSICAL STATISTICS OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC ZERO-POINT FIELD, M. Ibison and B. Haisch, Phys. Rev. A, 54, 2737, (1996).

94. FLARE ENERGETICS: ANALYSIS OF A LARGE FLARE ON YZ CMI OBSERVED SIMULTANEOUSLY IN THE ULTRAVIOLET, OPTICAL AND RADIO, G.H.J. van den Oord, J.G. Doyle, M. Rodono, D.E. Gary, G.W. Henry, P.B. Byrne, J.L. Linsky, B.M. Haisch, I. Pagano and G. Leto, Astron. & Astrophys., 310, 908, (1996).

93. A CLOSE LOOK AT THE CORONAL DENSITY OF PROCYON, J.H.M.M. Schmitt, J.J. Drake, B.M. Haisch, and R. A. Stern, Astrophys. J., 467, 841, (1996).

92. STELLAR X-RAY FLARES, B. Haisch, Invited Review for IAU Colloquium No. 153: Magnetohydrodynamic Phenomena in the Solar Atmosphere, Y. Uchida, T. Kosugi and H.S. Hudson (eds.), Kluwer, p. 235, (1996).

91. A QUANTUM BROOM SWEEPS CLEAN, B. Haisch and A. Rueda, Mercury, Vol. 25, No. 2, March/April, p. 12, (1996).

90. LOOKING FOR THE FIP EFFECT IN EUV SPECTRA: EXAMINING THE SOLAR CASE, B. Haisch, J.L.R. Saba and J.-P. Meyer, IAU Colloquium No. 152: Astrophysics in the Extreme Ultraviolet, S. Bowyer and R. Malina (eds.) Kluwer, pp. 511-518, (1996).

89. ADVANCES IN SOLAR-STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS, B. Haisch and J.H.M.M. Schmitt, invited review for Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific, 108, 113, (1996).

88. THE EXTREME ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRUM OF THE NEARBY K-DWARF Epsilon ERI, J.H.M.M. Schmitt, J.J. Drake, R.A. Stern and B. Haisch, Astrophys. J., 457, 882, (1996).

87. ON THE CORONAL FIELD TOPOLOGY IN WARM STARS: IS PROCYON A WARM HYBRID, C.J. Schrijver and B. Haisch, Astrophys. J., 456, L55, (1996).

86. SOLAR-LIKE M-CLASS X-RAY FLARES ON PROXIMA CENTAURI OBSERVED BY THE ASCA SATELLITE, B. Haisch, A. Antunes, and J.H.M.M. Schmitt, Science, 268, 1327, (1995).

85. A FIRST LOOK AT THE ELEMENTAL COMPOSITION OF STELLAR CORONAE: ABSENCE OF THE FIP EFFECT IN THE CORONA OF PROCYON, J.J. Drake, J.M. Laming, K.G. Widing, J.H.M.M. Schmitt, B. Haisch, S. Bowyer, Science, 267, 1470, (1995)

84. COMMENT ON ``THE SOLAR FLARE MYTH'' BY J. T. GOSLING, H. Hudson, B. Haisch and K.T. Strong, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 3473, (1995).

83. VACUUM ZERO-POINT FIELD PRESSURE INSTABILITY IN ASTROPHYSICAL PLASMAS AND THE FORMATION OF COSMIC VOIDS, A. Rueda, B. Haisch and D.C. Cole, Astrophys. J., 445, 7, (1995).

82. THE RIASS CORONATHAN: JOINT X-RAY AND ULTRAVIOLET OBSERVATIONS OF NORMAL F-K STARS, T.R. Ayres, T.A. Fleming, T. Simon, B. M. Haisch.... plus 20 further authors, Astrophys. J. Suppl., 96, 223, (1995)

81. OBSERVING A PARTLY CLOUDY UNIVERSE, S. Bowyer, R. Malina and B. Haisch, Sky and Telescope, Vol 88, No. 6, December, p. 36, (1994).

80. BEYOND E=mc2: A First Glimpse of a Post-modern Physics in Which Mass, Inertia and Gravity Arise from Underlying Electromagnetic Processes, B. Haisch, A. Rueda and H.E. Puthoff, The Sciences, November/December, Vol. 34, No. 6, pp. 26--31, (1994).

79. A SPECTROSCOPIC MEASUREMENT OF THE CORONAL DENSITY OF PROCYON, J.H.M.M. Schmitt, B.M. Haisch and J.J. Drake, Science, 265, 1420, (1994).

78. EUVE SPECTROSCOPY OF χ UMa, σ Gem, AND χ1 Ori, R. Mewe, C.J. Schrijver, J.S. Kaastra, F.J.M. Alkemade and B.M. Haisch, in "Eighth Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems and the Sun'' (J.-P. Caillault, ed.), Astron. Soc. Pacific Conf. Series, Vol. 64, p. 41, (1994).

77. DOING HOT COOL STAR SCIENCE WITH EUVE, B. Haisch, S. Bowyer and R.F. Malina, in "Eighth Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems and the Sun'' (J.-P. Caillault, ed.), Astron. Soc. Pacific Conf. Series, Vol. 64, p. 3, (1994).

76. STELLAR ACTIVITY: ASTROPHYSICS RELEVANT TO GLOBAL CHANGE, B. Haisch, Proc. Frequency of Earth-Sized Inner Planets Workshop, NASA Conf. Publ. 10148, (1994).

75. ROSAT ALL SKY SURVEY OBSERVATIONS OF X-RAY VARIABILITY IN COOL GIANT STARS, B. Haisch and J.H.M.M. Schmitt, Astrophys. J., 426, 716, (1994).

74. INERTIA AS A ZERO-POINT FIELD LORENTZ FORCE, B. Haisch, A. Rueda, and H.E. Puthoff, Phys. Rev. A, 49, 678 (1994).

73. THE EXTREME-ULTRAVIOLET CORONAL SPECTRUM OF THE SOLAR-TYPE STAR CHI1 ORI, B. Haisch, J.J. Drake, J.H.M.M. Schmitt, Astrophys. J., 421, L39, (1994).

72. SIMULTANEOUS OPTICAL AND ROSAT SOFT X-RAY OBSERVATIONS OF IMPULSIVE BURSTS ON THE FLARE STAR UV CETI, J.H.M.M. Schmitt, B.M. Haisch and H. Barwig, Astrophys. J., 419, L81, (1993).

71. THE EXTREME-ULTRAVIOLET EXPLORER MISSION: OVERVIEW AND INITIAL RESULTS, B. Haisch, S. Bowyer and R.F. Malina, J. Brit. Interplan. Soc., 46, 331, (1993).

70. ROSAT OBSERVATIONS OF THE STELLAR CORONAL DIVIDING LINE, B. Haisch and J.H.M.M. Schmitt, in "UV and X-ray Spectroscopy of Laboratory and Astrophysical Plasmas'' (E.H. Silver & S.M. Kahn, eds), (Cambridge Univ. Press), 547, (1993).

69. DISAPPEARANCE OF CORONAL X-RAY EMISSION IN STARS WITH COOL DENSE WINDS, B. Haisch, J.H.M.M. Schmitt and A.C. Fabian, Nature, 360, 239 (1992).

68. COORDINATED GINGA, IUE AND VLA OBSERVATIONS OF STELLAR ACTIVITY IN SIGMA2 CrB, R.A. Stern, Y. Uchida, F. Walter, O.Vilhu, D. Hannikainen, A. Brown, A. Veale and B.M. Haisch, Astrophys. J., 391, 760, (1992).

67. ROSAT X-RAY ALL-SKY SURVEY OBSERVATIONS OF HYBRID STARS, B. Haisch, J.H.M.M. Schmitt, C. Rosso, Astrophys. J. , 388, L61, (1992).

66. THE CORONAL DIVIDING LINE IN THE ROSAT X-RAY ALL-SKY SURVEY, B. Haisch, J.H.M.M. Schmitt, C. Rosso, Astrophys. J. , 383, L15, (1991).

65. FLARES ON THE SUN AND OTHER STARS, B. Haisch, K.T. Strong and M. Rodono, Annual Reviews Astron. & Astrophys., Vol. 29., 275, (1991).

64. CORONAL HEATING AND THE DIVIDING LINE, B. M. Haisch, in "Mechanisms of Chromospheric and Coronal Heating'' (P. Ulmschneider, E.R. Priest, R. Rosner, eds.), (Springer Verlag), p. 225, (1991).

63. RECENT ADVANCES IN EUV ASTRONOMY USING MULTILAYERS, B.M Haisch, T.E. Whittemore, G.J. Rottman, in "EUV Astronomy'' (S. Bowyer and R. Malina, eds.), (New York, Pergamon), p. 368, (1991).

62. IUE AND EINSTEIN SURVEY OF LATE-TYPE GIANT AND SUPERGIANT STARS AND THE DIVIDING LINE, B.M Haisch, J.A. Bookbinder, A. Maggio, G.S. Vaiana, J.O. Bennett, Astrophys. J., 361, 570, (1990).

61. ROTATIONAL MODULATION AND FLARES ON RS CVN AND BY DRA-TYPE STARS. XV. OBSERVATIONS OF PROXIMA CENTAURI, B.M. Haisch, C.J. Butler, B. Foing, M. Rodono, M.S. Giampapa, Astron. & Astrophys., 232, 387, (1990).

60. ROTATIONAL MODULATION AND FLARES ON RS CVN AND BY DRA-TYPE STARS. XIV. PHASE, ECLIPSE AND FLARE OBSERVATIONS OF YY GEM BY EXOSAT AND IUE, B.M. Haisch, J.H.M.M. Schmitt, D.M. Gibson, Astron. & Astrophys., 230. 419, (1990).

59. GINGA OBSERVATIONS OF A LONG-DURATION X-RAY FLARE IN THE ALGOL SYSTEM, R.A. Stern, B.M. Haisch, F. Nagase, Y Uchida and S.Tsuneta, in "Sixth Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems and the Sun'' (G. Wallerstein, ed.), Astron. Soc. Pacific Conf. Series, Vol. 9., p. 224, (1990).

58. COORDINATED GINGA, IUE AND VLA OBSERVATIONS OF FLARING ACTIVITY IN SIGMA COR BOR, R.A. Stern, B.M. Haisch, Y. Uchida, F. Walter, A. Veale, A. Brown, O. Vilhu and D. Hannikainen, in "Sixth Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems and the Sun'' (G. Wallerstein, ed.), Astron. Soc. Pacific Conf. Series, Vol. 9, p. 227. (1990).

57. EINSTEIN OBSERVATORY MAGNITUDE-LIMITED X-RAY SURVEY OF LATE-TYPE GIANT AND SUPERGIANT STARS, A. Maggio, G.S. Vaiana, B.M. Haisch, J. Bookbinder, F.R. Harnden, R. Rosner, Astrophys. J., 348, 253, (1990).

56. SIMULTANEOUS MULTI-WAVELENGTH OBSERVATIONS OF A FLARE ON AD LEONIS, M. Rodono, E.R. Houdebine, S. Catalano, B.H. Foing, C.J. Butler, F. Scaltriti, G. Cutispoto, D.E. Gary, D.M. Gibson, B.M. Haisch,in ``IAU Colloquium No. 104: Poster Papers'', Special Publication of the Catania Astrophysical Observatory, p. 53, (1989).

55. AN OVERVIEW OF SOLAR AND STELLAR FLARE RESEARCH, B.M. Haisch, Solar Phys., 121, 3, (1989)

54. SOLAR AND STELLAR FLARES: POSTER PAPERS, B.M. Haisch and M. Rodono (Editors), Special Publication, Catania Astrophys. Obs. (1989).

53. SOLAR AND STELLAR FLARES, B.M. Haisch and M. Rodono (Editors), "Proc. of IAU Colloquium No. 104'' (Dordrecht: Kluwer Acad. Publ.), (1989).

52. ON A RELATION BETWEEN BALMER AND SOFT X-RAY EMISSION IN FLARES, B.M. Haisch, Astron. & Astrophys., 219, 317, (1989).

51. PROGRESS IN FLARE RESEARCH: A REPORT ON IAU COLLOQUIUM NO. 104, B.M. Haisch, Comments on Astrophysics, XIII, No. 5, 257, (1989).

50. SOLAR FLARES/STELLAR FLARES, B. M. Haisch, in "Magill's Survey of Science: Space Exploration Series'' (Frank N. Magill, editor), (Pasadena: Salem Press), p. 1315, (1989).

49. A MULTILAYER X-RAY MIRROR FOR SOLAR PHOTOMETRIC IMAGING FLOWN ON A SOUNDING ROCKET, B.M. Haisch, T.E. Whittemore, E.G. Joki, W.J. Brookover and G.J. Rottman, SPIE, Vol. 982, 38, (1988).

48. ACTIVE REGION CORONAL LOOPS: STRUCTURE AND VARIABILITY, B.M. Haisch, K.T. Strong, R.A. Harrison and G.A. Gary, Astrophys. J. Suppl., 68, 371, (1988).

47. SOFT X-RAY IMAGES OF THE SOLAR CORONA USING NORMAL INCIDENCE OPTICS, M.E. Bruner, B.M. Haisch, W.A. Brown, L.W. Acton and J.H. Underwood, in "IAU Colloq. No. 102: UV and X-ray Spectroscopy of Astrophys. and Laboratory Plasmas,'' J. de Physique, Tome 49, No. 3, C1-115 (1988).

46. THE CORONAL DIVIDING LINE, B.M. Haisch, "Fifth Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems and the Sun'' (Heidelberg: Springer Verlag) Lecture Notes in Physics, Vol. 291, 269, (1987).

45. X-RAY PHOTOGRAPHS OF A SOLAR ACTIVE REGION USING A MULTILAYER TELESCOPE AT NORMAL INCIDENCE, J.H. Underwood, M.E. Bruner, B.M. Haisch, W.A. Brown and L.W. Acton, Science, 238, 61, (1987).

44. ON THE (B-V) COLORS OF THE BRIGHT STARS, G.T. Davidson, E.S. Claflin and B.M. Haisch, Astronomical J., 94, 771, (1987).

43. ROTATIONAL MODULATION AND FLARES ON RS CVN AND BY DRA-TYPE STARS. V. EXOSAT AND IUE OBSERVATIONS OF A FLARE ON EQ PEGASI, B.M. Haisch, C.J. Butler, J.G. Doyle, and M. Rodono, Astron. & Astrophys., 181, 96 (1987).

42. NONPOTENTIAL FEATURES OBSERVED IN THE MAGNETIC FIELD OF AN ACTIVE REGION, G.A. Gary, R.L. Moore, M.J.Hagyard and B.M. Haisch, Astrophys. J., 314, 782, (1987).

41. DYNAMICAL BEHAVIOUR IN CORONAL LOOPS, B.M. Haisch, Adv. Space Res., Vol. 6, No. 6, 45, (1986).

40. DIVIDING LINES IN THE H-R DIAGRAM, B.M. Haisch, Adv. Space Res., Vol. 6, No. 8, 179, (1986).

39. SIMULTANEOUS X-RAY AND OPTICAL MONITORING OF THE FLARE STAR YZ CMI, J.G. Doyle, C.J. Butler, B.M. Haisch and M. Rodono, Monthly Notices Royal Astron. Soc., 223, 1p, (1986).

38. FLARES: THE SOLAR-STELLAR PERSPECTIVE AND OPPORTUNITIES, in "Flares:Solar and Stellar,'' ed. P.M. Gondhalekar, RAL-86-085, p. 224, (1986).

37. ON THE DIVIDING LINE FOR STELLAR CORONAE, S.K. Antiochos, B.M. Haisch and R.A. Stern, Astrophys. J., 307, L55 (1986).

36. CORONAE ON STARS, B.M. Haisch, Irish Astron.J., 17, 200 (1986).

35. COORDINATED EXOSAT AND SPECTROSCOPIC OBSERVATIONS OF FLARE STARS AND CORONAL HEATING, C.J. Butler, M. Rodono, B.H. Foing and B.M. Haisch, Nature, 321, 679, (1986).

34. A COMPARISON OF PHOTOSPHERIC ELECTRIC CURRENT AND ULTRAVIOLET AND X-RAY EMISSION IN AN ACTIVE REGION, B.M. Haisch, M.E. Bruner, M.J. Hagyard, R.M. Bonnet, Astrophys. J., 300, 428, (1986).

33. X-RAY RESONANCE SCATTERING IN A SPHERICALLY SYMMETRIC CORONAL MODEL, B.M. Haisch and E.S. Claflin, Solar Phys., 99, 101, (1985).

32. COORDINATED MULTIBAND OBSERVATIONS OF STELLAR FLARES, M. Rodono, B.H. Foing, J.L. Linsky, C.J. Butler, B.M. Haisch, D.E. Gary and D.M. Gibson, The ESO Messenger, No. 39, p. 9, (1985).

31. PECULIAR EMISSION LINES ON THE FLARE STAR YZ CANIS MINORIS, B.M. Haisch and M.S. Giampapa, Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific, 97, 340 (1985).

30. IUE SPECTRA OF GOV-G5V SOLAR-TYPE STARS, B.M. Haisch and G. Basri, Astrophys. J. (Suppl.), 58, 179 (1985).

29. AN ANALYSIS OF SCATTERED LIGHT IN LOW DISPERSION IUE SPECTRA, G. Basri, J.T. Clarke and B.M. Haisch, Astron. & Astrophys., 144, 161, (1985).

28. COORDINATED IUE AND GROUND-BASED OBSERVATIONS OF ACTIVE STARS: FLARE EVENTS OF YZ CMI, V 1005 ORI, AD LEO AND AR LAC, M. Rodono, G. Cutispoto, J.L. Linsky, D.M. Gibson, A. Brown, B.M. Haisch, C.J. Butler, P.B. Byrne, A.D. Andrews, J.G. Doyle, D.E. Gary, G.W. Henry, G. Russo, A. Vittone, F. Scaltriti and B. Foing, in Proc. Fourth European IUE Conference, ESA SP-218, p. 247, (1984).

27. NORMAL INCIDENCE MULTILAYER MIRRORS FOR EXTREME ULTRAVIOLET ASTRONOMY, R.A. Stern, B.M. Haisch, E.G. Joki and R.C. Catura, in Instrumentation in Astronomy V, SPIE Vol. 445, p. 347, (1983).

26. CREATION OF PHOTOMETRIC STAR CATALOGS USING UBV DATA AND MODEL STELLAR ATMOSPHERES, B.M. Haisch, H.M. Johnson and G.T. Davidson, The Journal of the Astronautical Sciences, XXXI, No. 4, p. 473, (1983).

25. TRANSPORT AND CONTAINMENT OF PLASMA, PARTICLES AND ENERGY WITHIN FLARES, L.W. Acton, W.A. Brown, M.E.C. Bruner, B.M. Haisch and K.T. Strong, Solar Phys., 86, 79, (1983).

24. COORDINATED EINSTEIN AND IUE OBSERVATIONS OF A "DISPARITIONS BRUSQUES'' TYPE FLARE EVENT AND QUIESCENT EMISSION FROM PROXIMA CENTAURI, B.M. Haisch, J.L. Linsky, P.L. Bornmann, R.E. Stencel, S.K. Antiochos, L. Golub and G.S. Vaiana, Astrophys. J., 267, 280, (1983).

23. X-RAY OBSERVATIONS OF STELLAR FLARES, B.M. Haisch, in "Activity Red Dwarf Stars,'' ed. P.B. Byrne and M. Rodono, (Dordrecht: Reidel), p. 255, (1983).

22. FURTHER OBSERVATIONAL EVIDENCE FOR A CORONAL BOUNDARY LINE IN THE COOL STAR REGION OF THE H-R DIAGRAM, B.M. Haisch and T. Simon, Astrophys. J., 263, 252, (1982).

21. ASTRONOMICAL PRECESSION: A GOOD AND A BAD FIRST ORDER APPROXIMATION, B.M. Haisch, American J. Physics, 49, 636, (1981).

20. SIMULTANEOUS X-RAY, ULTRAVIOLET, OPTICAL AND RADIO OBSERVATIONS OF THE FLARE STAR PROXIMA CENTAURI, B.M. Haisch, J.L. Linsky, O.B. Slee, B.C. Seigman, I. Nikoloff, M. Candy, D. Harwood, A. Verveer, P.J. Quinn, I. Wilson, A.A. Page, P. Higson and F.D. Seward, Astrophys. J., 245, 1009, (1981).

19. RESULTS FROM AN EXTENSIVE EINSTEIN STELLAR SURVEY, G.S. Vaiana, J.P. Cassinelli, G. Fabbiano, R. Giacconi, L. Golub, P. Gorenstein, B.M. Haisch, F.R. Harnden, H.M. Johnson, J.L. Linsky, C.W. Maxson, R. Mewe, R. Rosner, F. Seward, K. Topka and C. Zwaan, Astrophys. J., 245, 163, (1981).

18. EINSTEIN X-RAY OBSERVATIONS OF PROXIMA CENTAURI AND THE SURROUNDING REGIONS, B.M. Haisch, J.L. Linsky, F.R. Harnden, R. Rosner, F.D. Seward and G.S. Vaiana, Astrophys. J. , 242, L99, (1980).

17. A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION TO ASTROMETRY, B.M. Haisch, The Journal of the Astronautical Sciences, XXVIII, No. 3, p. 205, (1980).

16. OBSERVATIONS OF THE QUIESCENT CORONA, TRANSITION REGION AND CHROMOSPHERE IN THE dMe FLARE STAR PROXIMA CENTAURI, B.M. Haisch and J.L. Linsky, Astrophys. J. , 236, L33, (1980).

15. OUTER ATMOSPHERES OF COOL STARS. IV. A DISCUSSION OF COOL STELLAR WIND MODELS, B.M. Haisch, J.L. Linsky and G.S. Basri, Astrophys. J., 235, 519, (1980).

14. HEAO-1 OBSERVATIONS OF X-RAY EMISSION FROM FLARES ON dMe STARS, S.M. Kahn, J.L. Linsky, K.O. Mason, B.M. Haisch, C.S. Bowyer, N.E. White and S.H. Pravdo, Astrophys. J., 234, L107, (1979).

13. LYMAN ALPHA INITIATED WINDS IN LATE-TYPE STARS, B.M. Haisch, J.L. Linsky, K.A. van der Hucht, in The First Year of IUE, ed. A.J. Willis, p. 383, (1979).

12. IUE AND THE SEARCH FOR A LUKEWARM CORONA, J.M. Pasachoff, J.L. Linsky, B.M. Haisch and A. Boggess, Sky and Telescope, 57, 438, (1979).

11. A COMPARISON OF EMISSION LINES IN THE ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRA OF ALPHA BOO (K2IIIp), ALPHA TAU (K5III), ALPHA ORI (M1-2Iab) AND ALPHA SCO (M1.5Iab + B2.5V), K.A. van der Hucht, R.E. Stencel, B.M. Haisch and Y. Kondo, Astron. & Astrophys. Suppl., 36, 377, (1979).

10. RADIATIVE TRANSFER IN SPHERICAL DUST SHELLS USING A GENERALIZED TWO-STREAM EDDINGTON APPROXIMATION, B.M. Haisch, Astron. & Astrophys., 72, 161, (1979).

9. OUTER ATMOSPHERES OF COOL STARS. I. THE SHARP DIVISION INTO SOLAR-TYPE AND NON-SOLAR-TYPE STARS, J.L. Linsky and B.M. Haisch, Astrophys. J. , 229, L27, (1979).

8. A COORDINATED X-RAY, OPTICAL AND MICROWAVE STUDY OF THE FLARE STAR PROXIMA CENTAURI, B.M. Haisch, J.L. Linsky, O.B. Slee, D.R. Hearn, A.R. Walker, A.E. Rydgren and G.D. Nicolson, Astrophys. J. , 225, L35, (1978).

7. ANALYSIS OF THE CHROMOSPHERIC SPECTRUM OF O I IN ARCTURUS, B.M. Haisch, J.L. Linsky, A. Weinstein and R.A. Shine, Astrophys. J., 214, 785, (1977).

6. EXTREME ULTRAVIOLET OBSERVATIONS OF A FLARE ON PROXIMA CENTAURI AND IMPLICATIONS CONCERNING FLARE-STAR SCALING THEORY, B.M. Haisch, J.L. Linsky, M. Lampton, F. Paresce, B. Margon and Stern, Astrophys. J., 213, L119, (1977).

5. THEORETICAL WAVELENGTH DEPENDENCE OF POLARIZATION IN EARLY-TYPE STARS, B.M. Haisch and J.P. Cassinelli, Astrophys. J., 208, 253, (1976).

4. A TENSOR FORMULATION OF THE EQUATION OF TRANSFER FOR SPHERICALLY SYMMETRIC FLOWS, B.M. Haisch, Astrophys. J., 205, 520, (1976).

3. PROPERTIES OF THE CHROMOSPHERE-CORONA TRANSITION REGION IN CAPELLA, B.M. Haisch and J.L. Linsky, Astrophys. J. , 205, L39, (1976).

2. POLARIZATION BY ROTATIONALLY DISTORTED ELECTRON SCATTERING ATMOSPHERES, J.P. Cassinelli and B.M. Haisch, Astrophys. J., 188, 101, (1974).

1. PHOTOMETRIC OBSERVATIONS OF THE STAR CLUSTER NGC 2141, M.S. Burkhead, R.D. Burgess and B.M. Haisch, Astronom. J., 77, 661, (1972).

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