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PERIODE-LUMINISITAS CEPHEID DAN KOREKSI BOLOMETRIK BINTANG DERET UTAMA : METODOLOGI DAN HASIL Yamani.R, Avivah; Siregar, S.
Jurnal Sains Dirgantara Vol 3, No.2 Juni (2006)
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Chepeids variable stars define as istance candle, espicially for local galaxies. In this paper, we derive Luminosity-Period relation. We estimate the model base on distribution pattern of Mv versus log P, Primary data taken from Storm et, al. (2004). Least squares methods being use to estimate regression coefficients. In our work, we find Mv = -2.83 log P-1.3 for Galactic Chepeids and Mv = -6.69 log P + 3.38 for Small Magellan Cloud. We discuss the factors that make the gradient separation with previous results. Bolometric correction we use here are from the main sequence stars (Cox, 2000). We use least squares method to fit while regression correction estimate with Cramer method. Regression equation that we have is : BC = -8.96(log Teff)2 + 70.23 logTeff - 137.83
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Jurnal Sains Dirgantara Vol. 12 No.1 Desember 2014
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PENGAMATAN AWAN CIRRUS SUBVISIBLE DI ATAS BANDUNG MENGGUNAKAN RAMAN LIDAR (STUDI KASUS: BULAN SEPTEMBER 2000) Hamdi, Saipul; Kaloka, Sri
Jurnal Sains Dirgantara Vol 2, No.1 Desember (2004)
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Lidar Equipment has been developed by some lidar groups, and shows good performance for monitoring vertical profile of water vapour, temperature, and aerosol. In 1996, lidar equipment has been installed in LAPAN Bandung under joint research between Indonesia and Japan, and start for intensively observation since the beginning of 1997. There are several parameters can be taken by Lidar i Bandung, i.e. vertical distribution of backscattering ratio, depolarization ratio, and temperature. Observation taken in September 17th, 2000 is simultaneously to radiosonde observation. At this time we detect the existence of optically this layerjust below tropopause. We suggest this layer as subvisible cirrus cloud. This layer is 2 km thick and temperature is in range -70℃ to -80℃. Depolarization ratio of this layer is 10% or more, and backscattering ratio is less than 3.
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Jurnal Sains Dirgantara Vol 4, No.2 Juni (2007)
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HUBUNGAN AIR TERKANDUNG DENGAN REFLEKTIFITAS RADAR Hermawan, Eddy; Handayati, Yuanita
Jurnal Sains Dirgantara Vol 5, No.1 Desember (2007)
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This paper is mainly concentrated to the correlation between Total Precipitable Water (TPW) on one single column of the vertical air mass and radar reflectivity (Z) over Kototabang (0.2˚S; 100.32˚E), Bukittinggi, West Sumatera based on to the analysis of Radio Acoustic Sounding System (RASS) and Boundary Layer Radar (BLR) data during the Coupling Processes of Equatorial Atmosphere (CPEA) Campaign I from April 10 to May 9, 2004 was going on. wWe firstly reviewed yhe basic concept of TPW using the Weisner method ti estimate the TPW value from the radiosonde data. We reviewed the basic concpt of RASS and BLR system also, especially on the Z data analysis. By arranging the mean value of RASS data every 10 minutes and 150 meter in height, respectively, we estimated the TPW values from the RASS data. By analysing the Cross Cirrelation Function (CCF) of both values taken from SPSS software version 13, we found a good agreement between TPW and Z parameter, especially on 5 May 2004. The correlation values are 0.05, and 0.61 at around 2.7 and 2.25 km, repectively. Although, the maximum correlation value in only 0.61, but this is still good enough to describe the correlation between TPW and Z.
Front Pages JSD Vol 13 No 2 Juni 2016 Sains Dirgantara, Redaksi Jurnal
Jurnal Sains Dirgantara Vol. 13 No. 2 Juni 2016
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ANALISIS SEMBURAN RADIO MATAHARI TIPE II SEBAGAI PREKURSOR KEMUNGKINAN TERJADINYA BADAI MAGNET BUMI Suratno, -; Sulistiani, Santi
Jurnal Sains Dirgantara Vol 7, No.2 Juni (2010)
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The solar flare, type II solar radio bursts and Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) are the serial phenomena of the sun which have a closed association. The occurence of type II solar radio bursts is triggered by passing of shock wave and is showing the ejection of plasma and magnetic fields. The shock wave or CME travelling toward the earth’s upper atmosphere can lead to the occurence of geomagnetic storm. Since the bursts propagation mechanism is by means of electromagnetic radiation and reaches the earth within 8 minutes, the shock wave or CME will reach the earth within 40 to 80 hours or even it is exceeding 5 days, hence, the type II bursts can be used as an early indicator information of the possibility incident of the geomagnetic storm. This investigation is carried out by analysing the travel time of shock wave which is determined from the dynamic spectra of type II solar radio bursts and the onset time of the geomagnetic storm. This travel time then is compared to the difference between start time of type II bursts and the instant of minimum Dst (Disturbance storm time). This analysis is supported by the data of active region position on the solar disk as a source of bursts and the direction of interplanetary magnetic field. Keyword: Solar flare, Type II solar radio bursts, Geomagnetic storm
STOCHASTIC PROCESS IN THE TIME SERIES MODEL OF PACIFIC DECADAL OSCILLATION (PDO) Lubis, Sandro Wellyanto
Jurnal Sains Dirgantara Vol 9, No. 1 Desember (2011)
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Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) is long-lived El Niño-like pattern of Pacific climate variability generated by coupled ocean-atmosphere interaction in the Northern Pacific Ocean. The best way to acquire a signal of PDO evidence is by determining the index of PDO. In this study, the PDO indexes are accurately modeled with time series methods through exponential smoothing analysis (Single and Holts Double exponential smoothing model) and Box-Jenkins analysis (ARIMA {1,1,1}, {2,1,1}. {3,1,1} and {4,1,1}). Nicholas’s PDO Model (ARMA 9, 7) is also considered as comparative model in order to obtain the level of the reliability models that have been produced. The best selected prediction model that close to the real PDO index is ARIMA (2,1,1) Zt = 1.574* Zt-1 -0.427* Zt-2 -0.147* Zt-3 -0.976* at-1 which means the forecast of PDO in the future depending on three months earlier data and a month earlier error of PDO index. Mean absolute error (MAE) of this model is 0.5283 and with root mean square error (RMSE) 0.6661. The predicted and observed PDO indexes are significantly correlated with r =0.76. Keywords: PDO, Box-Jenkins analysis, Exponential smoothing analysis 
ANALISIS FRAKTAL EMISI SINYAL ULF DAN KAITANNYA DENGAN GEMPA BUMI DI INDONESIA Saroso, Sarmoko
Jurnal Sains Dirgantara Vol 6, No.1 Desember (2008)
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Anomali sinyal ULF pada variasi medan geomagnet merupakan salah satu fenomena yang diyakini kebenarannya dalam studi elektromagnetik yang berhubungan dengan kejadian gempa bumi, seperti terjadinya emisi dari kerak bumi yang berasal dari sumber gempa. Dari studi terdahulu telah banyak ditemukan pertanda anomali sinyal ULF sebelum kejadian gempa bumi berskala besar. Untuk membuktikan kebenaran fenomena tersebut dan untuk menjelaskan hubungan antara fenomena elektromagnetik dan mekanisme fisis yang mungkin terkait, telah dilakukan analisis data geomagnet di Kototabang yang berhubungan dengan kejadian gempa Sumatera. Studi kasus dilakukan untuk mengamati anomali sinyal ULF yang berhubungan dengan gempa Aceh yang terjadi pada tanggal 26 Desember 2004 dan gempa Nias yang terjadi pada tanggal 28 Maret 2005 dengan menggunakan metode analisis fraktal. Dalam analisis fraktal, penentuan anomali emisi sinyal ULF dilakukan dengan menghitung dimensi fraktal dari deret waktu ULF. Untuk menentukan dimensi fraktal digunakan metode Jurnal Sains Dirgantara Vol. 6 No. 1 Desember 2008:39-46 40 Higuchi karena dimensi fraktal yang dihitung dengan metode ini lebih stabil dibandingkan dengan metode lainnya. Hasil yang diperoleh menunjukkan terjadinya penurunan dimensi fraktal 1 bulan hingga beberapa minggu sebelum kejadian gempa besar tersebut. Hal ini merupakan indikasi dari fase awal terjadinya peningkatan aktivitas seismik yang kemungkinan terkait dengan variasi geomagnet yang diakibatkan oleh aktivitas lokal yang berasal dari litosfer yang dipicu oleh kejadian gempa bumi di Aceh dan Nias. Kata kunci : Anomali sinyal ULF, Dimensi fraktal, Aktivitas seismik

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