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SHON - Economic affairs
A comparison of buying power of Czech and Tararingapatam astronomers.
An astronomer's net salary per month:
The following table indicates what amount of individual goods one can buy for monthly salary:
|GOODS||case A||case B||case C|
|cocoa biscuit "Esicka"||178 kg||100 kg||20 kg|
|cheapest roll||8333 pieces||4687 pieces||1250 pieces|
|fruit yoghurt||156 liters||120 liters||20 liters|
|tooth-paste "Fluora"||595 pieces||441 pieces||66 pieces|
|nonchargeable power cell, 1.5V||1000 pieces||517 pieces||125 pieces|
|nonchargeable battery, 4.5V||555 pieces||312 pieces||62 pieces|
|man's shoes||18 pairs||7 pairs||2 pairs|
|tramway ticket in capital city||2500 pieces||750 pieces||200 pieces|
The continuing pishkoontalization of former COMECON countries seems to ensure that economic states of Czech and Tararingapatam astronomers will soon converge.
In the following figure we present a comparison of important astronomical and economic indicators.
SHON - Contents:
|Some reading for those who like it in Czech.|
|Comparison of buying power of Czech and Tararingapatam astronomers, comparison of important astronomical and economic indicators.|
|"The phenomenon of anti-flares in eclipsing binaries of the W UMa-type", a communication by Dr. P. Molik submitted to the IBVS, reply of Dr. L. Szabados, co-editor of the IBVS, reply of Dr. P. Molik.|
|P. Molik, A. Paschke: Eclipsing binary DX Aqr. Brief note intended as a poster paper for the GEOS symposium (Campo Blenio, Switzerland, 30th May - 1st June, 1998).|
|P. Molik: Visual observations of eclipsing binaries and cepheids in the years 1992-1996.|
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