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AIP Niels Bohr Library. American Institute of Physics, College Park. MD USA

OHP Oral History Project, California Institute of Technology Archives

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ATKINSON ROBERT DESCOURT. Atomic Synthesis and Stellar Energy. Astrophysical Journal, 1931, 73, 250295.

A model symposium, The Observatory, 1939, 62, 281284.

AYYAR C. SUBRAMANYAN. Details of the biography of C. Subramanya Ayyar. B. A. Chandrasekhar Archives/Box 6/Folder 5.

BAADE, WALTER AND RUDOLPH MINKOWSKI. Identification of the radio sources in Cassiopeia, Cygnus A, and Puppis A. Astrophysical Journal, 1954, 119, 206214.

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Chandrasekhar re-reminisced. Typescript manuscript, Chandrasekhar Archives/Box 1/Folder 10.

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Interview by Charles Weiner and Jagdesh Mehra, 27 October 1966, AIP.

Supernova mechanisms. Reviews of Modern Physics, 1990, 62, 801866.

Interview by Judith Goodstein, 28 February 1993, OHP.

BURBRIDGE GEOFFREY AND MARGARET BURBRIDGE. Quasi-Stellar Objects (New York, Freeman & Company, 1967).

CHADWICK JAMES. Frederick John Marrian Stratton. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, 1961, 7, 281293.

CHANDRASEKHAR LALITHA. Our song. Talk given after the Symposium Banquet, 14 December, 1996. Videotape on deposit at the Chandrasekhar Archives. Unpublished speech and other notes on the occasion of the TRW hospitality reception for winners of the competition to name the X-ray Satellite, probably 1999.

CHANDRASEKHAR SUBRAHMANYAN. The thermodynamics of the Compton effect with reference to the interior of stars. Indian Journal of Physics, 1928, 3, 241.

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The Equilibrium of Distorted Polytropes. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 1933, 93, 390405, 449461, 462471, 539574.

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The physical state of matter in the interior of stars. The Observatory, 1934, 57, 9399.

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The highly collapsed configurations of a stellar mass (second paper). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 1934, 95, 207225.

The Meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society on 11 January 1935. The Observatory, 1935, 58, 37.

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AND L. ROSENFELD. Production of electron pairs and the theory of stellar structure, Nature, 1935, 135, 999.

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The Richtmeyer Memorial Lecture some historical notes. American Journal of Physics, 1969, 37, 577584.

The increasing role of general relativity in astronomy. The Observatory, 1972, 92, 160174. (Chandras Halley Lecture for 1972, delivered in Oxford, 2 May 1972.)

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On the equations governing the perturbations of the Schwarzschild black hole. Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 1975, 343, 289298.

The solution of Diracs equation in Kerr geometry. Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 1976, 349, 571575.

Interview by Spencer Weart, 17 May 1977, AIP.

The Kerr metric and stationary axisymmetric gravitational fields. Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 1978, 358, 405420.

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Edward Arthur Milne recollections and reflections. Manuscript in the AIP Niels Bohr Library and in the Chandrasekhar Archives, University of Chicago, 1979.

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(n.d.2), Fragment beginning I shall strictly adhere <> (Addenda Box 70/Folder 6).

(n.d.3). How I came to writing my book on the Principia (Addenda Box 70/Folder 7).

(n.d.4). Historical notes on some astrophysical problems (Addenda Box 70/Folder 6).

(n.d.5), Handwritten reminiscence (Box 2/Folder 1)

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CRONIN JAMES W. Letter to the Editors. The Observatory, 1996, 118, 24.

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