Non-Equilibrium Relativistic Kinetic Theory by John M. Stewart

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O. W. Morgan), etc. At the General Assembly there were several young Greek astronomers. During a boat trip along the river Elbe we gathered together on the deck and we 37 organized a choir (I had some assistants that were excellent singers). We sung several Greek and classical songs. While we were singing many participants came to the deck and were listening, seemingly looking at the water. When we finished we were surprised to hear a general clapping of hands. Our songs were melodious, but rather sad, especially the early popular Greek songs, that originated before the Greek revolution.

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39 Further applications of the third integral refer to the types of orbits in a galaxy. In recent years there have been many N-body simulations, representing the collapse of a protogalaxy, that leads to the formation of an elliptical galaxy. The final form of the galaxy is a self-consistent model, that remains approximately stationary. The distribution of velocities then remains constant. The use of the third integral in such a model not only describes the forms of the orbits, but gives also their velocity distribution and explains how the selfconsistency of the model is achieved (Contopoulos, Efthymiopoulos and Voglis 2000; Contopoulos, Voglis and Kalapotharakos 2001).

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