Strange, an universal resonance frequency?

A 160 minutes Period Cocorico !


Valery Kotov
 

Valery Kotov Summarized Biography

  • Valery A. Kotov was born in 1943 in the Arkhangelsk region of the USSR (Russia).

  • He graduated Moscow University in 1966.

  •  From 1966 through 1969 he was a post-graduated student of Acad. A. B. Severny.

  • 1986 - 1992 - The Assistant Director of the CrAO (Crimea).

  • From 1969 to the present time Valery Kotov is the science researcher of the CrAO.

  • PhD - in 1994 (A. Ioffe Phys.-Techn. Inst., St-Peterburg).

  • The fields of main interests: astronomy, astrophysics, solar physics, solar system, stars, cosmology.

 
Internal
links
  1. Solar Activity, Waves of Kotov and Strange Coincidences.
  2. A 160,01 minutes wave in Quasars.
  3. Strange Coincidences between the Sun, Jupiter and OJ 287.
 

Documents:

  1. Severny A.B., Kotov V.A., Tsap T.T.: "Observations of solar pulsations". - Nature, v. 259, p. 87 (1976).
  2. Kotov V.A.: "The 160 minutes oscillations". - Solar Phys., v. 100, p. 101 (1985).
  3. Kotov V.A., Lyuty V.M. et al.: "The long-term periodic oscillation of the NGC 4151 nucleus". - Astrophys. J., v. 488, p. 195  (1997).
  4. Sanchez F.M., Kotov V.A., Bizouard C.: "Towards a synthesis of two cosmologies: the  steady-state flickering Universe." - J. Cosmology, v. 17, p. 7225 (2011).
  5. Sanchez F.M., Kotov V.A., Bizouard C.: "The Sun, Cosmos and gravity constant." - Izv. Krym. Astrofiz. Obs., v. 109, n. 3, p. 181 (2013).
 
Creation date: 17/02/14
Last release: 11/11/16
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