Martin Rees


Research Publications

  1. A Model of the Quasi-Stellar Radio Variable CTA 102. Nat 207, 730 (1965) (with D.W. Sciama).

  2. Structure of the Quasi-Stellar Radio Source 3C 273. Nat 208, 371 (1965) (with D.W. Sciama).

  3. Kinetic Temperature and Ionization Level of Intergalactic Hydrogen in a Steady State Universe. ApJ 145, 6 (1966) (with D.W. Sciama).

  4. Appearance of Relativistically Expanding Radio Sources. Nat 211, 468 (1966).

  5. Inverse Compton Effect in Quasars. Nat 211, 805 (1966) (with D.W.  Sciama).

  6. Cosmological Significance of the Relation between Redshift and Flux Density for Quasars. Nat 211, 1283 (1966) (with D.W. Sciama).

  7. Absorption Spectrum of 3C 9. Nat 212, 1001 (1966) (with D.W.  Sciama).

  8. The Role of Thermal Instability in Galaxy Formation. Mem. Soc. Roy. Sci. Liege 17, 31 (1967).

  9. The Detection of Heavy Elements in Intergalactic Space. ApJ 147, 353 (1967) (with D.W. Sciama).

  10. Physical Processes in Radio Sources and the Intergalactic Medium. Doctoral Thesis, Cambridge University (1967).

  11. Possible Large-scale Clustering of Quasars. Nat 213, 374 (1967) (with D.W. Sciama).

  12. Studies in Radio Source Structure I. A Relativistically Expanding Model for Variable Quasi-Stellar Radio Sources. MNRAS 135, 345 (1967).

  13. Studies in Radio Source Structure II. The Relaxation of Relativistic Electron Spectra in Self-Absorbed Radio Sources. MNRAS 136, 279 (1967).

  14. Studies in Radio Source Structure III. Inverse Compton Radiation from Radio Sources. MNRAS 137, 429 (1967).

  15. Possible Circular Polarization of Compact Quasars. Nat 216, 147 (1967) (with D.W. Sciama).

  16. Extragalactic Soft X-ray Astronomy. Nat 217, 316 (1968) (with D.W. Sciama and G. Setti).

  17. Largescale Density Inhomogeneities in the Universe. Nat 217, 511 (1968) (with D.W. Sciama).

  18. Evidence for Relativistic Expansion in Variable Radio Sources. ApJ 152, L145 (1968) (with M. Simon).

  19. Proton Synchrotron Radiation from Compact Radio Sources. Astrophys. J. Lett. 2, 1 (1968).

  20. Stimulated Inverse Compton Scattering. Nat 217, 931 (1968) (with P. Goldreich and R. McCray).

  21. Polarization and Spectrum of Primeval Radiation in an Anisotropic Universe. ApJ 153, L1 (1968).

  22. Metastable Helium in Interstellar and Intergalactic Space. Astrophys. J. Lett. 2, 243 (1968) (with D.W. Sciama and S.H. Stobbs).

  23. Model for the Evolution of Extended Radio Sources. Nat 219, 127 (1968) (with G. Setti).

  24. Composition and Origin of Cosmic Rays. Nat 219, 1005 (1968). (with W.L.W. Sargent).

  25. Detectability of Quasars Beyond z $\simeq 2$. Astrophys. J. Lett. 4, 61 (1968).

  26. Cosmological Implications of the Diffuse X-ray Background. Nat 221, 924 (1969) (with J.E. Felten).

  27. Scattering of Background X-rays by Metagalactic Electrons. Astrophys. J. Lett. 4, 113 (1969).

  28. Infrared Radiation from Dust in Seyfert Galaxies. Nat 223, 788 (1969) (with J. Silk, M.W. Werner and N.C. Wickramasinghe).

  29. The Free Electron Concentration in HIs Regions of the Galaxy. Comm. Astrophys. and Space Phys. 1, 35 (1969) (with D.W. Sciama).

  30. Evolution of Density Fluctuations in the Universe: Dissipative Processes in the Early Stages. Comm. Astrophys. and Space Phys. 1, 140 (1969) (with D.W. Sciama).

  31. Cosmic Electrons and Diffuse Galactic X- and Gamma Radiation. Astron. and Astrophys. 3, 452 (1969) (with J. Silk).

  32. Infrared and Microwave Astronomy. Nat 224, 752 (1969) (with P.A. Feldman and M.W. Werner).

  33. Evolution of Density Fluctuations in the Universe: The Formation of Galaxies. Comm. Astrophys. and Space Phys. 1, 153 (1969) (with D.W. Sciama).

  34. The Collapse of the Universe: An Eschatological Study. Observatory 89, 193 (1969).

  35. Upper Limit to Radiation of Mass-Energy Derived from Expansion of the Galaxy. Phys. Rev. Letters 23, 1514 (1969) (with G.B. Field and D.W. Sciama).

  36. The Astronomical Significance of Mass Loss by Gravitational Radiation. Comm. Astrophys. and Space Phys. 1, 187 (1969) (with G.B. Field and D.W. Sciama).

  37. Cosmological Significance of Observations at Far-Infrared and Millimeter Wavelengths. ESRO book S.P. 52, p.23 (1971).

  38. The Expansion Energy of the Crab Nebula. Astrophys. J. Lett. 5, 93 (1970) (with V. Trimble).

  39. Effects of Central Pulsars on Supernova Envelopes. Astrophys. J. Lett. 6, 55 (1970).

  40. Absorption and Scattering of Ultraviolet and X-ray Photons by Intergalactic Gas. Astron. and Astrophys. 8, 410 (1970) (with G. Setti).

  41. The Nature of Pulsar Radiation: Radiation Mechanisms for Pulsars. Nat 266, 622 (1970) (with F. Pacini).

  42. Current Ideas on Galaxy Formation. (Varenna Lectures 1969) `General Relativity and Cosmology' (Academic Press) p.315.

  43. Origin of the Cosmic X-ray Background. `Non-Solar X-ray and Gamma-ray Astronomy', ed. L. Gratton (Reidel, Holland) p.352 (1970) (with G. Setti).

  44. Soft X-rays from the Galaxy. `Non-solar X-ray and Gamma-ray Astronomy', ed. L. Gratton (Reidel, Holland) p.406 (1970).

  45. Interactions of Non-Thermal X-rays and Ultraviolet Radiation with the Intergalactic Gas. `Non-Solar X-ray and Gamma-ray Astronomy', ed. L. Gratton (Reidel, Holland) p.402 (1970) (with G. Setti).

  46. On Multiple Absorption Redshifts in QSOs. ApJ 160, L29, (1970).

  47. Heating of HI Regions by Soft X-rays, II: The Effect of Galactic Soft X-ray Sources. ApJ 161, 965 (1970) (with M.W. Werner and J. Silk).

  48. Extragalactic Variable Radio Sources. Nat 227, 1303 (1970) (with M. Simon).

  49. The Origin of Galaxies. Sci. Am. 222, 26 (1970) (with J. Silk).

  50. Evolution of Radio Sources. `Nuclei of Galaxies' (Pontificiae Academiae Scientiarium Scripta Varia, No. 35) p.633.

  51. The Cosmic Background Radiation: Some Recent Developments. `Highlights of Astronomy', ed. C. de Jager (Reidel, Holland) p.757.

  52. Some Observable Consequences of Accretion by Defunct Pulsars. Astrophys. J. Lett. 6, 179 (1970) (with J.P. Ostriker and J. Silk).

  53. Cosmological Evidence from Quasars and Radio Galaxies. `Quasars and External
    Galaxies'
    , ed. D.S. Evans (Reidel, Holland) p.407 (1970).

  54. Non-Thermal Continuum from the Crab Nebula: The Synchro-Compton Interpretation. `The Crab Nebula', ed. R.D. Davies and F.G. Smith (Reidel, Holland) p.407 (1971).

  55. Pulsars and Runaway Stars. `The Crab Nebula', ed. R.D. Davies and F.G. Smith (Reidel, Holland) p.273 (1971) (with V. Trimble).

  56. On Possible Observable Effects of Electron Pair Production in QSOs. MNRAS 152, 21 (1971) (with S. Bonometto).

  57. Runaway Stars and the Pulsars near the Crab Nebula. ApJ 166, L85 (1971) (with V. Trimble).

  58. On Quasars, Dust and the Galactic Centre. MNRAS 152, 461 (1971) (with D. Lynden-Bell).

  59. Extragalactic Pulsars. ApJ 162, 737 (1970) (with J.N. Bahcall and E.E. Salpeter).

  60. New Interpretation of Extragalactic Radio Sources. Nat 229, 312 (1971) (errata, p. 510).

  61. Planet, Pulsar, Glitch and Wisp. Nat 229, 395 (1971) (with V. Trimble and J.M. Cohen).

  62. Implications of the `Wave Field' Theory of the Continuum from the Crab Nebula. Nat P.S. 230, 55 (1971).

  63. Variability in the X-ray Flux from M 87. Nat P.S., 230, 188 (1971) (with A.F. Janes, K.A. Pounds and M.J. Ricketts).

  64. Extragalactic Explosive Phenomena. Astron. Acta. 17, 315-320 (1972).

  65. Effects of Very Long Wavelength Primordial Gravitational Radiation. MNRAS 154, 187 (1971).

  66. Is the Far-Infrared Radiation from Galactic Nuclei due to Molecular Masers? Mém. Soc. Roy. Sci. Liège 3, 591 (1972) (with P.M. Solomon).

  67. Pulsar Theory: I. Dynamics and Electrodynamics. Comm. Astrophys. and Space Phys. 3, 185 (1971) (with P. Goldreich and F. Pacini).

  68. Mass Loss from the Galaxy. ESRO book S.P. on `The Significance of Space Research for Fundamental Physics', p.29 (1971) (with G.B. Field and D.W. Sciama).

  69. On the V/Vm Test applied to Quasi-Stellar Radio Sources. MNRAS 154, 1 (1971) (with M. Schmidt).

  70. Pulsar Theory: II. Radiation Mechanisms. Comm. Astrophys. and Space Phys. 4, 23 (1972) (with P. Goldreich and F. Pacini).

  71. Continuum Radiative Transfer in Hot Plasma, with Application to Scorpius X-1. Astron. and Astrophys. 17, 226 (1972) (with J.E. Felten).

  72. The Structure of Seyfert Nuclei. Comm. Astrophys. and Space Phys. 4, 7 (1972) (with W.L.W. Sargent).

  73. Continuum and Line Profiles in Thermal X-ray Sources. Proc. 12th International Conference on Cosmic Rays (August 1971) Vol. 1, 415 (with J.E. Felten).

  74. The Counts of Radio Sources. Comm. Astrophys. and Space Phys. 4, 79 (1972) (with M.S. Longair).

  75. Remarks on Intergalactic Magnetic Fields. A&A 19, 189 (1972) (with M. Reinhardt).

  76. Observational Cosmology. `Cargese Lectures on Physics VI', ed. E. Schatzman (Gordon and Breach) p.269 (1973).

  77. The Interpretation of Variable Components in the `Synchro-Compton' Theory of Extragalactic Radio Sources. Astrophys. J. Lett. 10, 77 (1972) (with R.D. Blandford).

  78. Transfer Effects on X-ray Lines in Optically Thick Celestial Sources. Astron. and Astrophys. 21, 139 (1972) (with J.E. Felten and T.F. Adams).

  79. Origin of the Microwave Background in a Chaotic Universe. Phys. Rev. Letters 28, 1669 (1972).

  80. Rotation in High Energy Astrophysics. Sci. Am. 228 (2), 98 (1973) (with F. Pacini).

  81. Evolutionary Theories of the X-ray Background and the Interpretation of Small-scale Anisotropies. `Cosmic X-ray and Gamma-ray Astronomy', eds. H. Bradt and R. Giacconi (Reidel, Holland) p.250 (1973).

  82. The Cosmological Significance of e2/Gm2 and Related Numbers. Comm. Astrophys. and Space Phys. 4, 179 (1972).

  83. The Interaction of Primordial Gravitational Waves with Groups of Galaxies. MNRAS 159, 11P (1972).

  84. Accretion Disc Models for Compact X-ray Sources. Astron. and AstroPhys. 21, 1 (1972) (with J.E. Pringle).

  85. Sources and Astrophysical Effects of Gravitational Waves. Ondes et Radiations Gravitationelles', p.203 (CNRS 1973).

  86. Radio Halos Around Old Pulsars - Ghost Supernova Remnants. Astron. and Astrophys. 23, 145 (1973) (with R.D. Blandford, J.P. Ostriker and F. Pacini).

  87. New Evidence on Long-term Behaviour of Her X-1. Nat 244, 212 (1973) (with A.C. Fabian and J.E. Pringle).

  88. Astrophysical Aspects of Gravitational Waves. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 224, 118 (1973).

  89. Recent Developments in Cosmology. Phys. Bull. 24, 651 (1973).

  90. Accretion onto Massive Black Holes. Astron. and Astrophys. 29, 179 (1973) (with J.E. Pringle and A.G. Pacholczyk).

  91. Astrophysical Implications of Extragalactic Radio Sources. Proc. 1st European Astronomical Meeting, Athens 3, 190 (1973) (Springer-Verlag, Berlin).

  92. X-ray Sources in Close Binary Systems. `Highlights of Astronomy', ed. G. Contopoulos (Reidel, Holland) p.176 (1974).

  93. Black Holes, Gravitational Waves and Cosmology, (Gordon and Breach, London 1974) (with R. Ruffini and J.A. Wheeler) (Book).

  94. Variations in the Primordial Helium Abundance. MNRAS 166, 663 (1974) (with G.R. Gisler and E.R. Harrison).

  95. Concluding Remarks. `Confrontation of Cosmological Theories with Observational Data', ed. M.S. Longair (Reidel, Holland) p.359 (1974).

  96. Origin of the Magnetic Field and Relativistic Particles in the Crab Nebula. MNRAS 167, 1 (1974) (with J.E. Gunn).

  97. Accretion onto Relativistic Objects. `Gravitational Radiation and Gravitational Collapse', ed. C. De Witt - Morette (Reidel, Holland) p. 194 (1974).

  98. Ionization of Cool HI Regions. Astron. and Astrophys. 30, 87 (1974) (with G. Steigman and B.Z. Kozlovsky).

  99. The Physics of Binary X-ray Sources. Proc. 16th Solvay Conference (Brussels), p.97 (1974) (also contributions on pp 425 - 8 and 489).

  100. Black Holes. Observatory 24, 168 (1974).

  101. A `Twin-Exhaust' Model for Double Radio Sources. MNRAS 169, 395 (1974) (with R.D. Blandford).

  102. Extragalactic Double Radio Sources - The Current Observational and Theoretical Position. Contem. Phys. 16, 1 (1975) (with R.D. Blandford).

  103. Massive Black Holes in Extragalactic Radio Source Components? MNRAS 171, 53 (1975) (with W.C. Saslaw).

  104. Interrelations Between Cosmic Rays and Other Branches of Astrophysics. `Research Goals for Cosmic Ray Astrophysics', ed. V. Manno (ESRO) p. 39 (1975).

  105. Observational Effects of Black Holes. `Proc. 7th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation, ed. G. Shaviv (Wiley, N.Y.) p.203 (1975).

  106. Formation of Galaxies, Radio Sources and Related Problems. `Galaxies', ed. G. Setti (Reidel, Holland) p.285 (1975).

  107. Quasars and Radio Galaxies. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 262, 449 (1975).

  108. Expected Polarization Properties of Binary X-ray Sources. MNRAS 171, 457 (1975).

  109. X-rays from Neutron Stars Heated by Accretion. `Proc. 2nd IAU European Assembly, Trieste: Mem. Soc. Astr. Ital. 45, 909 (1975).

  110. Quasar Absorption Spectra: Radiative Interactions Between Absorbing Clouds and the Origin of Redshift `Doublets'. MNRAS 171, 1P (1975).

  111. Potential Implications of X-ray Polarimetry of Binary Sources. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 262, 1367 (1975).

  112. Evidence on Neutron Star Structure from Pulsars and Related Objects. Astrophys. Sp. Sci. 39, 3 (1976).

  113. Accretion Processes in Close Binaries. In `Close Binary Systems', ed. P.P. Eggleton, S. Mitton and J. Whelan (Reidel) 225 (1976).

  114. Progress and Prospects in High Energy Astrophysics. (H.P. Robertson Memorial Lecture) Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 72, 4685 (1975).

  115. Accretion onto Compact Objects. `Physics and Astrophysics of Neutron Stars and Black Holes', eds. R. Giacconi and R. Ruffini (North Holland) (with A.P. Lightman and S. Shapiro).

  116. Tidal Capture Formation of Binary Systems and X-ray Sources in Globular Clusters. MNRAS 172, 15P (1975) (with A.C. Fabian and J.E. Pringle).

  117. A Theory of Galaxy Formation and Clustering. Astron. and Astrophys. 45, 365 (1975) (with J.R. Gott).

  118. Astrophysical Aspects of Black Holes. Proc. Acad. Lincei, 31, 67 (1976).

  119. X-ray Emission from Accretion onto White Dwarfs. MNRAS 175, 43 (1976) (with A.C. Fabian and J.E. Pringle).

  120. Radio Source Models and the Nature of the Primary Energy Source. In `Physics of non-thermal radio sources' ed. G. Setti (Reidel 1976).

  121. The Nucleus of Centaurus A. Nat 260, 683 (1976) (with A.C. Fabian, D. Maccagni and W.R. Stoeger).

  122. Can cosmic clouds cause climatic catastrophes? Nat 261, 298 (1976) (with M.C. Begelman).

  123. Current status of double radio source theories. Comm. Astrophys. Sp. Phys. 6, 112 (1976).

  124. Physical and Observational Cosmology. Proc. IMA Cosmology symposium (1975).

  125. Effects of massive central black holes on dense stellar systems. MNRAS 176, 633 (1976) (with J. Frank).

  126. Globular Clusters as a Source of X-ray Emission from the Neighbourhood of M87. Nat 263, 301 (1976) (with A.C. Fabian and J.E. Pringle).

  127. Opacity-limited hierarchical fragmentation and the masses of protostars. MNRAS 176, 483 (1976).

  128. Cyclotron emission from accreting magnetic white dwarfs. MNRAS 178, 501 (1977) (with A.R. Masters, A.C. Fabian and J.E. Pringle).

  129. Cooling, dynamics and fragmentation of massive gas clouds: clues to the masses and radii of galaxies and clusters. MNRAS 179, 541 (1977) (with J.P. Ostriker).

  130. Neutron stars, black holes and cosmic X-ray sources. Phys. Blatter 32, 572 (1976)

  131. The `conventional' view of redshifts. Proc. IAU/CNRS Colloquium on `Redshifts', ed. B. Westerlund, p.563 (1977).

  132. Sources of gravitational waves at low frequencies. Proc. Pavia Symposium on `experimental gravitation', ed. B. Bertotti, p. 423 (1977).

  133. Superluminal expansion in extragalactic radio sources. Nat 267, 211 (1977) (with R.D. Blandford and C. McKee).

  134. A tepid model for the early universe. Astr. Astrophys. 61, 705 (1977) (with B. Carr).

  135. Quasars and young galaxies (George Darwin Lecture) Q.J.R.A.S. 18, 429 (1977).

  136. A M Hercules: a highly magnetised accreting white dwarf. MNRAS 179, 9p, (1977) (with A.C. Fabian, J.E. Pringle and J.A.J. Whelan).

  137. A better way of searching for black hole explosions? Nat 266, 333 (1977).

  138. Quasar theories. (invited lecture at 8th `Texas' conference) Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 302, 613 (1977).

  139. Cosmology and galaxy formation: `early' star formation? In `Evolution of Galaxies and Stellar Populations', ed. B.M. Tinsley, p.339 (1977).

  140. Survival and disruption of galactic substructure. MNRAS 181, 37p (1977) (with S.M. Fall).

  141. Dissipative processes, galaxy formation and `early' star formation. Physica Scripta 17, 371 (1978).

  142. Accretion and the quasar phenomenon. Physica Scripta 17, 193 (1978).

  143. A qualitative study of cosmic fireballs and gamma-ray bursts. MNRAS 183, 359 (1978) (with G. Cavallo).

  144. Extended and compact extragalactic radio sources: interpretation and theory. Physica Scripta 17, 265 (1978) (with R.D. Blandford)

  145. The epoch of galaxy formation. In `Large-scale structure of the universe', ed. Einasto and Longair (Reidel) (1978) (with B.J.T. Jones).

  146. Core condensation in heavy halos: a two-stage theory for galaxy formation and clustering. MNRAS 183, 341 (1978) (with S.D.M. White).

  147. Gravitational collapse in the real universe. Proc. 8th International G.R.G. conference, ed. J. Wainwright) (1978).

  148. Predictions and strategies for deep X-ray surveys. MNRAS 185, 109 (1978) (with A.C. Fabian).

  149. The nuclei of nearby galaxies: evidence for massive black holes. In `Nearby Galaxies' ed. E. Bekhausen and R. Wielebinsky (Reidel) (1978).

  150. The fate of dense stellar systems. MNRAS 185, 847 (1978) (with M.C. Begelman).

  151. Growth and fate of inhomogeneities in big bang cosmology. In `Observational Cosmology' (Proc. Saas-Fee School VIII), p.261 (1978).

  152. The M87 Jet: internal shocks in a plasma beam. MNRAS 184, 61p (1978).

  153. Quasars (Halley Lecture). Observatory 98, 210 (1978).

  154. Induced Compton scattering in pulsar winds. MNRAS 185, 297 (1978). (with D. Wilson).

  155. Origin of the pregalactic microwave background. Nat 275, 35 (1978).

  156. Comments on the radiation mechanism in Lacertids. In `B.L. Lac Objects', ed. A.M. Wolfe (1978) (with R.D. Blandford) p.328.

  157. Extragalactic X-ray sources. In `Proc. IAU Symposium on X-ray Astronomy' ed. W.A. Baity and L.E. Peterson, p.381 (1979) (with A.C. Fabian).

  158. The content of a typical HEAO B field |b|>10o. In `Proc. IAU Symposium on X-ray astronomy, ed. W.A. Baity and L.E. Peterson p.479 (1979) (with A.C. Fabian).

  159. Relativistic jets and beams in radio galaxies. Nat 275, 516 (1978).

  160. Pulsars, `bursters' and quasars. (Proceedings of 4th EPS general conference) p.74 (1979).

  161. The Ly$\alpha$/H$\beta$/P$\alpha$ ratio in the quasar PG 0026+129. ApJ 226, L57 (1978) (with J.A. Baldwin, M.S. Longair and M.A.C. Perryman).

  162. Neutrinos in astrophysics. In `Proc. CERN 25th Anniversary conference, June 1979 p.135.

  163. Anthropic principle and the Physical World. Nat 278, 605 (1979) (with B.J. Carr).

  164. A twin-jet model for radio trails. Nat 279, 770 (1979) (with R.D. Blandford and M.C. Begelman).

  165. SS 433: a double jet in action. MNRAS 187, 13P (1979) (with A.C. Fabian).

  166. Einstein, gravitation and cosmology. (Tolansky memorial lecture) Proc. RSA 127, 576 (1979).

  167. A model for SS 433: precessing jets in an ultraclose binary system. MNRAS 189, 19P (with P.G. Martin).

  168. Some observational consequences of positron production by evaporating black holes. A&A 81, 263 (1980) (with P. Okeke).

  169. Inter-relation between cosmic rays and other branches of astrophysics. In Proc. ESA conference on cosmic rays (ed. D.E. Page) p.39.

  170. Observations of 3C 390.3 with IUE. MNRAS 187, 65P (1979) (with G. Ferland, M.A.C. Perryman and M.S. Longair).

  171. `Concluding remarks'. In R.S. Symposium on Origin and early evolution of galaxies., ed. W.H. McCrea and M.J. Rees (Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc.)

  172. Gravitational collapse and cosmology. Contemp. Phys. 21, 99 (1980).

  173. X-ray emission from galactic nuclei. In `X-ray Astronomy', ed. R. Giacconi and G. Setti.

  174. Size and shape of the Universe. Princeton Einstein Centennial Symp., ed. H. Woolf, p.291 (Addison-Wesley, Mass.).

  175. Inhomogeneity and entropy of the Universe: some puzzles. Physica Scripta 21, 614 (1980).

  176. Observational status of black holes. In Proc. Roy. Soc., 368, 27 (1979).

  177. The contribution of young galaxies to the X-ray background. ApJ 237, 647 (1980) (with J. Bookbinder, J. Krolik, L. Cowie and J. Ostriker).

  178. Diffuse material, background radiation and the early universe. In Physical Cosmology, ed. R. Balian, J. Audouze and D. Schramm, p.615.

  179. X-ray background: origin and implications. In Proc. IAU Symposium 92, ed. G. Abell and P.J.E. Peebles, p.207.

  180. Spectral appearance of non-uniform gas at high z. MNRAS 188, 791 (1979). (with C. Hogan).

  181. Categories of Extragalactic X-ray sources. In `X-ray Astronomy', ed. R. Giacconi and G. Setti) p.363.

  182. The X-ray background as a probe of the matter distribution on large scales. In `X-ray Astronomy, ed. R. Giacconi and G. Setti, p.377.

  183. Detailed Ultraviolet observations of the quasar 3C 273 with IUE. MNRAS 192, 561 (1980) (with M.H. Ulrich et al.).

  184. Massive black hole binaries in active galactic nuclei. Nat 287, 307 (1980) (with M.C. Begelman and R.D. Blandford).

  185. Inhomogeneities from the Planck length to the Hubble radius. In `Quantum Gravity II', ed. R. Penrose et al., p.273 (OUP).

  186. Nuclei of Galaxies: the origin of plasma beams. In Proc. IAU/IUPAP Symposium on `Origin of Cosmic Rays', ed. G. Setti, G. Spada and A. Wolfendale (Reidel), p. 139 (1981).

  187. IUE observations of NGC 4151. In Proc. 2nd European IUE Conference, ed. B. Fitton and M. Grewing, p. 47 (with A. Boksenberg et al.).

  188. Galaxy formation, clustering and the initial cosmological fluctuations. In `Variability in Stars and Galaxies', ed. A. Noelds and P. Ledoux, p. G.2.1.

  189. Our Universe and others. Q.J.R.A.S. 22, 109 (1981).

  190. Relativistic jet production and propagation in active galaxies. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 375, 254 (1982) (with M.C. Begelman and R.D. Blandford).

  191. Physical processes for X-ray emission in galactic nuclei. Space Science Reviews 30, 87 (1981).

  192. Highly compact structures in galactic nuclei and quasars. In `The importance of high resolution in astronomy', ed. M.H. Ulrich (ESO publications).

  193. Ion supported tori and the origin of radio jets. Nat 295, 17 (1982) (with M.C. Begelman, R.D. Blandford and S.L. Phinney).

  194. Mechanisms for jets. In `Extragalactic radio sources', ed. D.S. Heeschen and C.M. Wade (Reidel), p.211 (1982).

  195. Hot plasmas in active galactic nuclei. In `Proc. Varenna Conference on Plasma Astrophysics', (ESA SP 161), p.297 (1982).

  196. Production and propagation of jets. In `Proc. Varenna Conference on Plasma Astrophysics', (ESA SP 161), p.267 (1982).

  197. Cosmology and particle physics. In `Lepton and Photon Interactions at High Energies', ed. W Phiel, p.993 (1981).

  198. Radiative acceleration of astrophysical jets; line locking in SS 433. In `Extragalactic Radio Sources', ed. D.S. Heeschen and C.M. Wade (Reidel) (1982) (with M. Milgrom and P. Shapiro).

  199. Fundamental physics and cosmology - introductory survey. In `Astrophysical Cosmology', ed. H.A. Bruck et al.p.3 (1982).

  200. Galaxy Formation, Clustering and the Hidden Mass. In `Cosmology', ed. A.W. Wolfendale (Reidel) p.259 (1982) (with A. Kashlinsky)

  201. The Nature of the Compact Source at the Galactic Centre. In `The Galactic Centre', ed. G. Reigler and R.D. Blandford (AIP), p.166 (1982).

  202. Interpretation of the anisotropy in the cosmic microwave background. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. 307, 97 (1982) (with C. Hogan and N. Kaiser).

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