Journal of

Physics

J. Phys. Stu. 1, 1 1 (2007)

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There are 2 articles and a letter published in this issue of Journal of Physics Students (JPS). Mishra and Mishra are investigating cosmic ray intensity characteristics of Coronal Mass Ejections (CME) which are energetic expulsions of mass and magnetic fields. In the paper “The rest mass of a system of two photons in different inertial reference frames: 0+0=0 and 0+0>0” Rothenstein et al. show that the rest mass of a system consisting of two photons is a relativistic invariant having the same magnitude in all inertial reference frames in relative motion. And lastly, Sonmezoglu et al. present a letter titled “Symmetry Properties of Ground State Rotational Band for Some Even-Even Superdeformed Light Nuclei”. JPS is grateful for their contributions to very first issue. In addition, JPS is also thankful to ad hoc scientific committee1 for the first issue. This issue is published with their great effort in double-blind peer review process: • • • • • • • •

M. H. Bolukdemir, MSc V. Guerra, PhD G. S. Khadekar, PhD K. Kudela, PhD N. Penha, PhD Prof. G. Tanir, PhD Prof. K.Viswanathan, PhD A. M. Yasser, PhD

Gazi University, Turkey. Istituto Superior Tecnico Lisboa, Portugal. Nagpur University, India. Institute of Experimental Physics, Slovakia. UFMG, Brazil. Gazi University, Turkey. Karpagam Arts and Science College, India. South Valley University, Egypt.

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