Discovery of a subaqueous hot spring by a new method in Fethiye-Göcek Bay (SW Turkey)

Avşar, Özgür
Avşar, Ulaş
Arslan, Şebnem
Kurtuluş, Bedri
Güleç, Nilgün Türkan


Acciari, V.; et. al. (IOP Publishing, 2009-01-10)
The high-frequency-peaked BL Lacertae object 1ES 0806+524, at redshift z = 0.138, was observed in the very high energy (VHE) gamma-ray regime by VERITAS between 2006 November and 2008 April. These data encompass the two- and three-telescope commissioning phases, as well as observations with the full four-telescope array. 1ES 0806+524 is detected with a statistical significance of 6.3 standard deviations from 245 excess events. Little or no measurable variability on monthly timescales is found. The photon sp...
Discovery of a glitch in the accretion- powered pulsar SXP 1062
Serim, Muhammed Miraç; Sahiner, S.; Cerri-Serim, D.; İNAM, SITKI ÇAĞDAŞ; Baykal, Altan (2017-11-01)
We present timing analysis of the accretion-powered pulsar SXP 1062, based on the observations of Swift, XMM-Newton and Chandra satellites covering a time span of about 2 yr. We obtain a phase coherent timing solution that shows that SXP 1062 has been steadily spinning down with a rate-4.29(7) x10(-14) Hz s(-1) leading to a surface magnetic field estimate of about 1.5 x 10(14) G. We also resolve the binary orbital motion of the system from X-ray data that confirms an orbital period of 656(2) d. On MJD 56834...
Discovery of Minoan tsunami deposits
Minoura, K; Imamura, F; Kuran, U; Nakamura, T; Papadopoulos, GA; Takahashi, T; Yalçıner, Ahmet Cevdet (2000-01-01)
The Hellenic are is a terrane of extensive Quaternary volcanism. One of the main centers of explosive eruptions is located on Thera (Santorini), and the eruption of the Thera volcano in late Minoan time (1600-1300 B.C.) is considered to have been the most significant Aegean explosive volcanism during the late Holocene. The last eruptive phase of Thera resulted in an enormous submarine caldera, which is believed to have produced tsunamis on a large scale. Evidence suggesting seawater inundation was found pre...
Discovery of irradiation-induced variations in the light curve of the classical nova V2275 Cyg (N Cyg 2001 No. 2)
Balman, Şölen; Yilmaz, A; Retter, A; Saygac, T; Esenoglu, H (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2005-01-11)
We present charge-coupled device (CCD) photometry, light curve and time-series analysis of the classical nova V2275 Cyg (N Cyg 2001 No. 2). The source was observed for 14 nights in total in 2002 and 2003 using an R filter with the 1.5-m Russian-Turkish joint telescope (RTT150) at the TUBITAK National Observatory in Antalya, Turkey, as part of a large programme on the CCD photometry of cataclysmic variables. We report the detection of two distinct periodicities in the light curve of the nova: (a) P-1 = 0.314...
Discovery of the orbit of the transient X-ray pulsar SAX J2103.5+4545
Baykal, Altan; Swank, J (IOP Publishing, 2000-12-01)
Using X-ray data from the Rossi X-Ray Timing Explorer (RXTE), we carried out a pulse-timing analysis of the transient X-ray pulsar SAX J2103.5+4545. An outburst was detected by the All-Sky Monitor (ASM) in 1999 October 25 and reached a peak X-ray brightness of 27 mcrab on October 28. Between November 19 and December 27, the RXTE Proportional Counter Array (PCA) carried out pointed observations that provided us with pulse arrival times. These yield an eccentric orbit (e = 0.4 +/- 0.2) with an orbital period ...
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Ö. Avşar, U. Avşar, Ş. Arslan, B. Kurtuluş, and N. T. Güleç, “Discovery of a subaqueous hot spring by a new method in Fethiye-Göcek Bay (SW Turkey),” 2014, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: