precessing vortex core
Vortex unpinning in precessing neutron stars
About detection of precessing circumpulsar discs
V4641 Sgr: a candidate precessing microblazar
The symbiotic star CH Cygni – III. A precessing radio jet
Non-axisymmetric shear layers in precessing fluid ellipsoidal shells
Does the accreting millisecond pulsar XTE J1814−338 precess?
The equations of motion of a secularly precessing elliptical orbit
Simulations of spectral lines from an eccentric precessing accretion disc
Transit probability of precessing circumstellar planets in binaries and exomoons
A precessing jet model for the PN K 3 − 35: simulated radio-continuum emission
Inflating fat bubbles in clusters of galaxies by precessing massive slow jets
A ballistic model for a precessing and orbiting jet with a time-dependent ejection velocity
Hydrodynamic simulations of molecular outflows driven by fast-precessing protostellar jets
A precessing Be disc as a possible model for occultation events in GX 304−1
The nature and structure of the emission line nebula K 3-35: a very young planetary nebula with precessing bipolar jet-like outflows?
Superorbital variability of X-ray and radio emission of Cyg X-1 – I. Emission anisotropy of precessing sources
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To undergo, or cause to undergo, precession.
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