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Cyclostellettamines A — F 1 — 6 isolated from the sponge Pachychalina sp. The results obtained indicated that cyclostellettamines display different antimicrobial activity depending on the alkyl-chain size, suggesting that, if a mechanism-of action is implied, it is dependent on the distance between the two pyridinium moieties of cyclostellettamines.

Insulin aggregation tracked by its intrinsic TRES. Chung, Li Hung C. Time-resolved emission spectra TRES have been used to detect conformational changes of intrinsic tyrosines within bovine insulin at a physiological pH. The approach offers the ability to detect the initial stages of insulin aggregation at the molecular level. The data analysis has revealed the existence of at least three fluorescent species undergoing dielectric relaxation and significant spectral changes due to insulin aggregation.

The results indicate the suitability of the intrinsic TRES approach for insulin studies and for monitoring its stability during storage and aggregation in insulin delivery devices. The aim of this work is a detailed analysis of transit light curves from TrES -1 and TrES -2, obtained over a period of three to four years, in order to search for variabilities in observed mid-transit times and to set constraints on the presence of additional third bodies.


Based on these new data and previously published work, we studied the observed light curves and searched for variations in the difference between observed and calculated based on a fixed ephemeris transit times. To model possible transit timing variations, we used polynomials of different orders, simulated O-C diagrams corresponding to a perturbing third mass, and we used sinusoidal fits.

Likewise, a light time effect caused, e. In both cases, TrES -1 and TrES -2, we are able to put upper constraints on the presence of additional perturbers masses. We also conclude that any sinusoidal variations that might be indicative of exomoons need to be confirmed with higher statistical significance by further observations, noting that TrES -2 is in the field-of-view of the Ijicial Space Telescope.

TRES survey of variable diffuse interstellar bands. However, the central wavelengths of almost all DIBs do not correspond with electronic transitions of known atomic or molecular species and the specific physical nature of their carriers remains inconclusive despite decades of observational, theoretical and experimental research. It is well established that DIB carriers are located in the interstellar medium, but the recent discovery of time-varying DIBs in the inocial of the extragalactic supernova SN ap suggests that some may be created in massive star environments.

We find that these changes are potentially consistent with interactions between stellar winds and DIB carriers in close proximity.

Our findings motivate a larger survey to further characterize these variations and may establish a powerful new method for probing the poorly understood physical characteristics of DIB carriers. In this paper, we present timing variations detected for the TrES -5b exoplanet.

To obtain necessary photometric data for this exoplanet, we have organized an international campaign for abmiental searching based on the Transit Timing Variation TTV method.

We managed to collect N light curves for TrEs -5b. We carried out the N-body modelling by means of the three-body problem. We calculated possible masses and resonances of the objects: Iincial near-grazing nature of the system, and incomplete sampling of some transits, limited our ability innicial place reliable uncertainties on individual transit depths and hence we do not report strong evidence for variability.

Our analysis of the transit timing data shows no evidence for transit timing variations and our timing measurements are able to rule out super-Earth and gas giant companions in low-order mean motion resonance with TrES -3b. Federal Register, TPGS does not propose The seismograph network installed inside and around the geothermal field consisted, at the beginning, of Kinemetrics K2 accelerometers; since the network is akbiental by Guralp CMG-6TD broadband seismometers.


The seismic data used in this study covered the period from September – November We relocated earthquakes with epicenter in the zone of study recorded in most of the seismic stations. The results show normal mechanisms which correlate with La Virgen, El Azufre, El Cimarron and Bonfil fault systems, whereas inverse and strike-slip solutions correlate with Las Viboras fault.

Additionally, the Qc value was obtained for events. This revisipn was calculated using the Single Back Scattering model, taking the coda-waves train with window lengths of 5 sec.

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Seismograms were filtered at 4 frequency bands centered at 2, 4, 8 and 16 Hz respectively. The estimates of Qc vary from 62 at 2 Hz, up to at 16 Hz. This value correlated with those observed at other geothermal and volcanic fields. Tres Palacios states that the proposed abandonment of storage Transit timing analysis of the exoplanet TrES -5 b. Possible existence gttc the exoplanet TrES -5 c. In this work, we present htc timing variations detected for the exoplanet TrES -5b.

To obtain the necessary amount of photometric data for this exoplanet, we have organized an international campaign to search for exoplanets based on the Transit Timing Variation method TTV and as a result of this we collected 30 new light curves, 15 light curves from the Exoplanet Transit Database ETD and 8 light curves from the literature for the timing analysis of the exoplanet TrES -5b.

We carried out the N-body modeling based on the three-body problem. We have calculated the possible mass and resonance of the object: Photometric investigation of hot exoplanets: TrES -3b and Qatar-1b.

New photometric follow-up observations of transitting ‘hot Jupiters’ TrES -3b and Qatar-1b are presented. Weighted mean values of the solutions of light curves in R-filter for both planetary systems are reported and compared with the previous results. The physical properties of the planets were estimated.

Transit times and their uncertainties were also determined and a new linear ephemeris was computed for both systems. Analysis of transit times showed that a significant signal could not be determined for TrES -3b, while weak evidence was found for Qatar-1b, which might be tested using more precise inicil transit times. We monitored this transiting system during two secondary eclipses, when the planetary emission is blocked by the star.

The resulting decrease in flux is 0. Based on the assumption of thermochemical equilibrium, the chemical composition of the inversion model seems more plausible, making it a more favorable scenario. TrES -2 also falls in the category of highly irradiated planets which have been theoretically predicted to exhibit thermal inversions. However, more observations at infrared and visible wavelengths would be needed to confirm a thermal inversion in this system. Furthermore, we find that the times of the secondary eclipses are consistent with previously published times of transit and the expectation from a circular orbit.

This implies that TrES -2 most likely has a circular orbit, and thus does not obtain additional thermal energy from tidal dissipation of a non-zero orbital eccentricity, a proposed explanation for the large radius of this planet. The observed planet-to-star flux ratios in all four lRAC channels can be explained by models with and without a thermal inversion in the atmosphere of TrES -2, although with different atmospheric chemistry. Planetary transit observations at the University Observatory Jena: Between March and November ten different transits and almost a complete orbital period were observed.

Overall, in 40 nights of observation exposures in total We present new ephemeris for this transiting planet. Furthermore, we found a second dip after the transit which could either be due to a blended variable star or occultation of a second star or even an additional object in the system. Based on observations obtained with telescopes of the University Observatory Jena, which is operated by the Astrophysical Institute of the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena and the 80cm telescope of the Wendelstein Observatory of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich.

The radial velocity RV method utilizes the reflex motion of a target star to predict the presence of one or multiple exoplanets. However, the disparity in mass between planet and host star often results in RV oscillations below the precision of most modern spectrographs.


Sincethe iodine cell technique, presented in Butler et al. Here, we describe the beginning stages in the installation of one such cell onto TRES. After traveling to the telescope site to perform the first fitting of the iodine stage, I designed, built and fitted the first prototype of an improved thermal insulation system for the front end of the spectrograph, where the cell will be mounted.

Here I present such a design, as well as a detailed description of the current state of the project. We expect the iodine cell to be fully functional in approximately 1 year. Once the cell is installed, we expect errors in radial velocity measurements to decrease by an order of magnitude from the aforementioned 20 m s This increase in precision will come with an increase in stability of radial velocity measurements, allowing TRES to perform in-house spectroscopy of more nearby bright targets and high-cadence exoplanet follow-up.

These Kepler results definitively rule out change in i as a function of time. Indeed, we detect no significant changes in any of the orbital parameters of TrES -2b. It was also the first planet discovered by any transit survey and one of the first exoplanets from which thermal emission was directly observed.

We analyzed all Spitzer eclipse and transit data for TrES -1 and obtained its eclipse depths and brightness temperatures in the 3. The AAVSO compiled 10, CCD observations of the suspected exoplanet transit object TrES -1b covering seven complete transit windows, three windows of partial coverage, and coverage of baseline non-transit periods. Visual inspection of the light curves reveals the presence of slight humps at the egress points of some transits.

A boot strap Monte Carlo simulation was applied to the data to confirm that the humps exist to a statistically significant degree. However, it does not rule out systemic effects which will be tested with campaigns in the observing season.

ambiemtal Abstract only The star field around the exoplanet TrES -3b has potential for ambienral unknown variable stars. A light curve for each star was created and are being evaluated for variability and periodicity. A python program is gevision development to help complete the analysis by automating some of the process. Several stars in the field appear to be variable and are being further analyzed to determine a period and to classify the type of variable.

Global fits of the transit photometry, radial velocities, and known transit times are used to obtain a self-consistent set of refined parameters for this system, including updated stellar and planetary parameters. Special attention is paid to fitting for limb darkening and eccentricity. The presence of a second planet in a known, transiting-planet system will cause the time between transits to vary. These variations can be used to constrain the orbital elements and mass of the perturbing planet.

We analyse the set of transit times of the TrES -1 system given in Charbonneau et al. We find no convincing evidence for a second planet in the TrES -1 system from those data. By further analysis, we constrain the mass that a perturbing planet could have as a function of the semi-major axis ratio of the two planets and the eccentricity of the perturbing planet.

We compare the sensitivity of this technique to the mass of the perturbing planet with future, high-precision radial velocity measurements. Multi-band transit observations of the TrES -2b exoplanet. We present a new data set of transit observations of the TrES -2b exoplanet taken in springusing the 1. Using the multi-band BUSCA data we demonstrate that the multicolor light curves can be consistently fitted with a given set of limb darkening coefficients without the need to adjust these coefficients, and further, we can demonstrate that wavelength dependent stellar radius changes must be small as expected from theory.

Our new observations provide further evidence for a change of the orbit inclination of the transiting extrasolar planet TrES -2b reported previously. We examine in detail possible causes for this inclination change and argue that the observed change should be interpreted as nodal regression.