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Section 1.1. Historical accounts will be found in:

1. Mitchell, W. M., Popular Astronomy, 24, 22, 1916; ibid., p. 82; ibid., p. 149; ibid., p. 206; ibid., p. 290; ibid., p. 341; ibid., p. 428; ibid., p. 488; ibid., p. 562.

2. Brunet, P., L 'introduction des theories de Newton en France au XVIIIe siecle, pp. 223-228, Paris, 1931 (Geneve: Slatkine Reprints, 1970).

3. Struve, O., Popular Astronomy, 53, 201, 1945; ibid., p. 259.

4. Bray, R. J., and Loughhead, R. E., Sunspots, London: Chapman and Hall, 1964.

Reference 1 contains facsimiles and English translations of all relevant papers by Fabricius, Galileo, and Scheiner; it also presents a brief account of Harriot's unpublished work. See also References 21 and 30, which contain detailed citations to many original papers on helioseismology and stellar rotation.

Section 1.2.1. The following review papers are particularly worth noting:

5. Howard, R., Annu. Rev. Astron. Astrophys., 22, 131, 1984.

8. Snodgrass, H. B., in The Solar Cycle (Harvey, K. L., ed.), A.S.P. Conference Series, 27, 205, 1992.

Temporal variations of the solar rotation rate have been considered by:

9. Eddy, J. A., Gilman, P. A., and Trotter, D. E., Science, 198, 824, 1977.

10. Howard, R., and LaBonte, B. J., Astrophys. J. Letters, 239, L33, 1980.

11. Gilman, P. A., and Howard, R., Astrophys. J., 283, 385, 1984.

12. Balthazar, H., Vasquez, M., and Wohl, H., Astron. Astrophys., 155, 87, 1986.

13. Hathaway, D. H., and Wilson, R. M., Astrophys. J., 357, 271, 1990.

14. Yoshimura, H., and Kambry, M. A., Astron. Nachr., 314, 9, 1993; ibid., p. 21.

There is a wide literature on the vexing problem of meridional motions on the solar surface. The following papers may be noted:

15. Kambry, M. A., Nishikawa, J., Sakurai, T., Ichimoto, K., and Hiei, E., Solar Phys., 132,41, 1991.

16. Cavallini, F., Ceppatelli, G., and Righini, A., Astron. Astrophys., 254,381,1992.

17. Komm, R. W., Howard, R. F., and Harvey, J. W., Solar Phys., 147, 207, 1993.

18. Hathaway, D. H., Astrophys. J., 460, 1027, 1996.

19. Snodgrass, H. B., and Dailey, S. B., Solar Phys., 163, 21, 1996.

Section 1.2.2. Among the many review papers on helioseismology and the Sun's internal rotation, my own preference goes to:

20. Christensen-Dalsgaard, J., in Advances in Helio- and Asteroseismology (Christensen-Dalsgaard, J., and Frandsen, S., eds.), I.A.U. Symposium No 123, p. 3, Dordrecht: Reidel, 1988.

21. Gough, D., and Toomre, J., Annu. Rev. Astron. Astrophys., 29, 627, 1991.

22. Gilliland, R. L., in Astrophysical Applications of Stellar Pulsation (Stobie, R. S., and Whitelock, P. A., eds.), A.S.P. Conference Series, 83, 98, 1995.

There is also an interesting collective review in Science, 272, pp. 1281-1309, 1996. The presentation in the text is largely based on:

23. Korzennik, S. G., Thompson, M. J., Toomre, J., and the GONG Internal Rotation Team, in Sounding Solar and Stellar Interiors (Provost, J., and Schmider, F. X., eds.), I.A.U. Symposium No 181, p. 211, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1997.

Measurements of the rotation rate in the radiative core have been made by:

24. Brown, T. M., Christensen-Dalsgaard, J., Dziembowski, W. A., Goode, P., Gough, D. O., and Morrow, C. A., Astrophys. J., 343, 526, 1989.

25. Tomczyk, S., Schou, J., and Thompson, M. J., Astrophys. J. Letters, 448, L57, 1995.

Rotation rates in the inner core are discussed in:

26. Jimenez, A., Perez Hernandez, F., Claret, A., Palie, P. L., Regulo, C., and Roca Cortes, T., Astrophys. J., 435, 874, 1994.

27. Toutain, T., and Kosovichev, A. G., Astron. Astrophys., 284, 265, 1994.

See also Reference 39 of Chapter 5. Other relevant papers maybe traced from the GONG

publications.

Section 1.3. The following review papers may be noted:

28. Kraft, R. P., in Spectroscopic Astrophysics (Herbig, G. H., ed.), p. 385, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1970.

29. Slettebak, A., in Stellar Rotation (Slettebak, A., ed.), p. 3, New York: Gordon and Breach, 1970.

30. Slettebak, A., in Calibration of Fundamental Stellar Quantities (Hayes, D. S., Pasinetti, L. E., and Davis Philip, A. G., eds.), I.A.U. Symposium No 111, p. 163, Dordrecht: Reidel, 1985.

31. Stauffer, J. R., and Hartmann, L. W., Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific, 98,1233,1986.

32. Stauffer, J. R., in Angular Momentum Evolution of Young Stars (Catalano, S., and Stauffer, J. R., eds.), p. 117, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1991.

An excellent introduction to these matters is given by:

33. Gray, D. F., The Observation and Analysis of Stellar Photospheres, 2nd Edition, pp. 368-400, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.

Statistical studies of early-type stars will be found in:

34. Bernacca, P. L., and Perinotto, M., Astron. Astrophys, 33, 443, 1974.

35. Fukuda, I., Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific, 94, 271, 1982.

The following key references are also quoted in the text:

The rotational velocities of low-mass stars are discussed at length in References 30-32.

More recent discussions of the T Tauri stars are due to:

38. Attridge, J. M., and Herbst, W., Astrophys. J. Letters, 398, L61, 1992.

39. Bouvier, J., Cabrit, S., Fernandez, M., Martin, E. L., and Matthews, J. M., Astron. Astrophys., 272, 176, 1993.

40 Choi, P. I., and Herbst, W., Astron. J., 111, 283, 1996.

Other references may be traced to:

41. Bouvier, J., Wichmann, R., Grankin, K., Allain, S., Covino, E., Fernandez, M., Martin, E. L., Terranegra, L., Catalano, S., and Marilli, E., Astron. Astrophys., 318, 495, 1997.

42. Stauffer, J. R., Hartmann, L. W., Prosser, C. F., Randich, F., Balachandran, S., Patten, B. M., Simon, T., and Giampapa, M., Astrophys. J., 479, 776, 1997.

Section 1.4. Early-type binaries have been considered by:

44. Rajamohan, R., and Venkatakrishnan, P., Bull. Astron. Soc. India, 9, 309, 1981.

45. Giuricin, G., Mardirossian, F., and Mezzetti, M., Astron. Astrophys., 131, 152, 1984; ibid., 134, 365, 1984; ibid., 135, 393, 1984.

46. Giuricin, G., Mardirossian, F., and Mezzetti, M., Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser., 59,37, 1985.

47. Hall, D. S., Astrophys. J. Letters, 309, L83, 1986.

See also:

48. Massey, P., in Wolf-Rayet Stars: Observations, Physics, Evolution (de Loore, C. W. H., and Willis, A. J., eds.), I.A.U. Symposium No 99, p. 251, Dordrecht: Reidel, 1982.

49. Mermilliod, J. C., in The Origins, Evolution, and Destinies of Binary Stars in Clusters (Milone, E. F., and Mermilliod, J. C., eds.), A.S.P. Conference Series, 90, 95, 1996.

The eccentricity distribution of low-mass binaries in open clusters was originally discussed by:

50. Mayor, M., and Mermilliod, J. C., in Observational Tests of the Stellar Evolution Theory (Maeder, A., and Renzini, A., eds.), p. 411, Dordrecht: Reidel, 1984.

Detailed surveys are summarized in:

51. Mathieu, R. D., Duquennoy, A., Latham, D. W., Mayor, M., Mazeh, T., and Mermilliod, J. C., in Binaries as Tracers of Stellar Formation (Duquennoy, A., and Mayor, M., eds.), p. 278, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.

Statistical studies of the RS CVn stars will be found in:

52. Tan, H. S., and Liu, X. F., Chinese Astron. Astrophys., 11, 15, 1987.

53. Fekel, F. C., and Eitter, J. J., Astron. J., 97, 1139, 1989.

54. Tan, H. S., Wang, X. H., and Pan, K. K., Chinese Astron. Astrophys., 15, 461, 1991.

See also:

55. de Medeiros, J. R., and Mayor, M., Astron. Astrophys., 302, 745, 1995.

The problem of coplanarity has been considered by:

56. Merezhin, V. P., Astrophys. Space Sci., 218, 223, 1994.

57. Stawikowski, A., and Glebocki, R., Acta Astronomica, 44, 33, 1994; ibid., p. 393.

58. Glebocki, R., and Stawikowski, A., Acta Astronomica, 45, 725, 1995.

59. Glebocki, R., and Stawikowski, A., Astron. Astrophys., 328, 579, 1997.

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