LIST OF ALL PUBLICATIONS

with links to the papers

Andrzej Krasiński

(where no names are listed, A. K. is the sole author)

    Textbooks and Monographs

  1. [1] Inhomogeneous cosmological models [a monograph]. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1997, 317 pp, ISBN 0 521 48180 5. Paperback re-edition 2006; electronic re-edition 2010.

  2. [2] Jerzy Plebański and A. Krasiński, An introduction to general relativity and cosmology [a textbook]. Cambridge University Press 2006. Paperback re-edition 2006.

    After the book was published, several errors and typos were found in it by Mr. Przemysław Jacewicz (thanks!). The list of corrections is accessible here (click on ``Resources'' and then on ``New errata'')

  3. [3] Krzysztof Bolejko, A. Krasiński, Charles Hellaby and Marie-No"elle C'el'erier, Structures in the Universe by exact methods -- formation, evolution, interactions [a monograph]. Cambridge University Press 2010.

    Other books

  4. [1] A. Krasiński, George F. R. Ellis, Malcolm A. H. MacCallum (editors). Golden Oldies in general relativity. Hidden gems. Springer, Heidelberg 2013, 493 pp, ISBN 978-3-642-34504-3.

    Research papers published in refereed international journals

  5. [1] Solutions of the Einstein field equations for a rotating perfect fluid, Part 1 - Presentation of the flow-stationary and vortex- homogeneous solutions. Acta Phys. Polon. B5, 411 (1974). link

  6. [2] Solutions of the Einstein field equations for a rotating perfect fluid, Part 2 - Properties of the flow-stationary and vortex- homogeneous solutions. Acta Phys. Polon. B6, 223 (1975). link

  7. [3] Solutions of the Einstein field equations for a rotating perfect fluid, part 3 - A survey of models of a rotating perfect fluid or dust. Acta Phys. Polon. B6, 239 (1975), also published in a largely expanded form as a preprint. link ***** link to the expanded version

  8. [4] Some solutions of the Einstein field equations for a rotating perfect fluid distribution. J. Math. Phys. 16, 125 (1975). link

  9. [5] All flow-stationary cylindrically symmetric solutions of the Einstein field equations for a rotating isentropic perfect fluid. Rep. Math. Phys. 14, 225 (1978). link

  10. [6] Ellipsoidal spacetimes, sources for the Kerr metric. Ann. Phys. 112, 22 (1978). link

  11. [7] A. Krasiński and Jerzy Plebański, N-dimensional complex Riemann-Einstein spaces with O(n-1,C) as the symmetry group. Rep. Math. Phys. 17, 217 (1980). link

  12. [8] A Newtonian model of the source of the Kerr metric. Phys. Lett. A80, 238 (1980). link

  13. [9] A. Krasiński and Marek Perkowski, ORTOCARTAN - a new computer program for analytic calculations in general relativity. Gen. Rel. Grav. 13, 67 (1981). link

  14. [10] A. Krasiński and Marek Perkowski, ORTOCARTAN - a new computer program for algebraic calculations. Computer Phys. Commun. 22, 269 (1981). link

  15. [11] Spacetimes with spherically symmetric hypersurfaces. Gen. Rel. Grav. 13, 1021 (1981). link ***** link to the more detailed version that was not accepted for publication

  16. [12] On the global geometry of the Stephani Universe. Gen. Rel. Grav. 15, 673 (1983). link

  17. [13] ORTOCARTAN - a program for algebraic calculations in general relativity. SIGSAM Bulletin 17 no 3 -- 4, 12 (1983). link

  18. [14] A. Krasiński, Stanisław Bażański and Renata Kaczyńska, Physical properties of the extended Chasles equilibrium figure. Phys. Lett. A 115, 33 (1986). link

  19. [15] On the equations of state and on flow of perfect fluids in general relativity (comments to two papers by V. I. Obozov). Acta Phys. Polon. B19, 801 (1988). link

  20. [16] Shearfree normal cosmological models. J. Math. Phys. 30, 433 (1989). link

  21. [17] A note on the uniqueness of the Wyman solution. Rep. Math. Phys., 29, 337 (1991). link ***** link to the extended version that was prevented from publication by three teams of referees

  22. [18] The program ORTOCARTAN for algebraic calculations in relativity. Gen. Rel. Grav. 25, 165 (1993). link

  23. [19] Bibliography on inhomogeneous cosmological models. Acta Cosmologica 20, 67 (1994). link

  24. [20] A. Krasiński, Hernando Quevedo and Roberto Sussman, On thermodynamical interpretation of perfect fluid solutions of the Einstein equations with no symmetry. J. Math. Phys. 38, 2602 (1997). link ***** link to the more detailed version that was not accepted for publication

  25. [21] Rotating dust solutions of Einstein's equations with 3-dimensional symmetry groups; Part 1: Two Killing fields spanned on $u^{\alpha}$ and $w^{\alpha}$. J. Math. Phys. 39, 380 (1998). link

  26. [22] Rotating dust solutions of Einstein's equations with 3-dimensional symmetry groups; Part 2: One Killing field spanned on $u^{\alpha}$ and $w^{\alpha}$. J. Math. Phys. 39, 401 (1998). link

    The published version contains a number of typos. They are all corrected in the arXiv version of this paper link

  27. [23] Rotating dust solutions of Einstein's equations with 3-dimensional symmetry groups; Part 3: All Killing fields linearly independent of $u^{\alpha}$ and $w^{\alpha}$. J. Math. Phys. 39, 2148 (1998). link

    The published version contains a number of typos. They are all corrected in the arXiv version of this paper link

  28. [24] The newest release of the Ortocartan set of programs for algebraic calculations in relativity. Gen. Rel. Grav. 33, 145 (2001). link

  29. [25] Rotating Bianchi type V dust models generalizing the k = -1 Friedmann models. J. Math. Phys. 42, 355 (2001). link

  30. [26] Friedmann limits of hypersurface-homogeneous rotating dust models. J. Math. Phys. 42, 3628 (2001). link

  31. [27] A. Krasiński and Charles Hellaby, Structure formation in the Lemaitre -- Tolman model. Phys. Rev. D65, 023501 (2002). link

  32. [28] Charles Hellaby and A. Krasiński, You cannott get through Szekeres wormholes or regularity, topology and causality in quasi-spherical Szekeres models. Phys. Rev. D66, 084011 (2002). link

  33. [29] A. Krasiński and Charles Hellaby, More examples of structure formation in the Lemaitre -- Tolman model. Phys. Rev. D69, 023502 (2004). link

  34. [30] A. Krasiński and Charles Hellaby, Formation of a galaxy with a central black hole in the Lemaitre -- Tolman model. Phys. Rev. D69, 043502 (2004). link

  35. [31] Krzysztof Bolejko, A. Krasiński and Charles Hellaby, Formation of voids in the Universe within the Lemaitre--Tolman model. Mon. Not. Roy. Astr. Soc. 362, 213 (2005). link

  36. [32] Charles Hellaby and A. Krasiński, Alternative methods of describing structure formation in the Lemaitre -- Tolman model. Phys. Rev. D73, 023518 (2006). link

  37. [33] A. Krasiński and Krzysztof Bolejko, Avoidance of singularities in spherically symmetric charged dust. Phys. Rev. D73, 124033 (2006). link to the original text

    + erratum Phys. Rev. D75, 069904 (2007) link to the erratum .

    Fully corrected text: arXiv:gr-qc/0602090v4 link to the final text .

  38. [34] A. Krasiński and Krzysztof Bolejko, Can a charged dust ball be sent through the Reissner -- Nordstr"om wormhole? Phys. Rev. D76, 124013 (2007). link

  39. [35] Charles Hellaby and A. Krasiński, Physical and Geometrical Interpretation of the $\epsilon \leq 0$ Szekeres Models. Phys. Rev. D77, 023529 (2008). link

  40. [36] Geometry and topology of the quasi-plane Szekeres model. Phys. Rev. D78, 064038 (2008) link to the original text

    + erratum Phys. Rev. D85, 069903(E) (2012). link to the erratum

    Fully corrected text: arxiv:0805.0529v4. link to the final text

  41. [37] Marie-No"elle C'el'erier, Krzysztof Bolejko and A. Krasiński, A (giant) void is not mandatory to explain away dark energy with a Lemaitre -- Tolman model. Astronomy and Astrophysics 518, A21 (2010). link

    The referees of this paper (five of them, at two journals) relentlessly fought to prevent it from being published. This tumultuous story is described here

  42. [38] A. Krasiński, Charles Hellaby, Krzysztof Bolejko and Marie-No\"{e}lle C\'el\'erier, Imitating accelerated expansion of the Universe by matter inhomogeneities -- corrections of some misunderstandings. Gen. Rel. Grav. 42, 2453 (2010). link

    The road to publication of this paper was as adventurous as the previous one. The story is described here

  43. [39] A. Krasiński and Krzysztof Bolejko, Redshift propagation equations in the $\beta' \neq 0$ Szekeres models. Phys. Rev. D83, 083503 (2011). link

  44. [40] Krzysztof Bolejko, Marie-No"elle C'el'erier and A. Krasiński, Inhomogeneous cosmological models: exact solutions and their applications. Class. Quant. Grav. 28, 164002 (2011). link

  45. [41] Repeatable light paths in the shearfree normal cosmological models. Phys. Rev. D84, 023510 (2011). link

  46. [42] Cosmological models and misunderstandings about them. Acta Phys. Polon. B42, 2263 (2011). link

  47. [43] Przemysław Jacewicz and A. Krasiński, Formation of Gyrs old black holes in the centers of galaxies within the Lemaitre--Tolman model. Gen. Rel. Grav. 44, 81-105 (2012). link

  48. [44] A. Krasiński and Gabriel Giono, The charged dust solution of Ruban -- matching to Reissner--Nordstr"om and shell crossings. Gen. Rel. Grav. 44, 239-251 (2012). link

  49. [45] A. Krasiński and Krzysztof Bolejko, Apparent horizons in the quasi-spherical Szekeres models. Phys. Rev. D85, 124016 (2012). link

  50. [46] Repeatable light paths in the conformally flat cosmological models. Phys. Rev. D86, 064001 (2012). link

  51. [47] A. Krasiński and Krzysztof Bolejko, Geometry of the quasi-hyperbolic Szekeres models. Phys. Rev. D86 104036 (2012). link

  52. [48] Accelerating expansion or inhomogeneity? A comparison of the $\Lambda$CDM and Lema\^{\i}tre -- Tolman models. Phys. Rev. D89, 023520 (2014); erratum: Phys. Rev. D89, 089901(E) (2014). link link to erratum

  53. [49] Accelerating expansion or inhomogeneity? Part 2: Mimicking acceleration with the energy function in the Lema\^{\i}tre -- Tolman model. Phys. Rev. D90, 023524 (2014). link

  54. [50] Mimicking acceleration in the constant-bang-time Lema\^{\i}tre -- Tolman model: Shell crossings, density distributions and light cones. Phys. Rev. D90, 064021 (2014). link

  55. [51] Blueshifts in the Lema\^{\i}tre -- Tolman models. Phys. Rev. D90, 103525 (2014). link

  56. [52] Cosmological blueshifting may explain the gamma ray bursts. Phys. Rev. D93, 043525 (2016). link

    This paper experienced a bump on its road to publication. The story is described here

  57. [53] Existence of blueshifts in quasi-spherical Szekeres spacetimes. Phys. Rev. D94, 023515 (2016). link

  58. [54] Properties of blueshifted light rays in quasi-spherical Szekeres metrics. Phys. Rev. D97, 064047 (2018). link to the arxiv version . The arxiv text agrees with the PRD publication.

    Similarly to the two papers from 2010, this one had a torturous road to publication. It was submitted to Phys. Rev. D on April 27, 2017, accepted for publication only on January 31, 2018, and finally put on line on March 30, 2018. The story is described here .

  59. [55] Short-lived flashes of gamma radiation in a quasi-spherical Szekeres metric. ArXiv 1803.10101, submitted for publication. link to the arxiv version

    Research work published in refereed proceedings of international conferences

  60. [1] The Universe with time-varying spatial curvature index. In: The birth of the Universe. Edited by J. Audouze and J. Tran Tranh Van. Proceedings of the 17-th Rencontre de Moriond 1982, vol. 34. Editions Frontieres, Gif sur Yvette 1982, p. 15. link

  61. [2] A generalization of the Lemaitre models. In: The Big Bang and Georges Lemaitre. Edited by A. Berger. D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht 1984, p. 63. link

  62. [3] Generalized cosmological models. In: Proceedings of the Sir Arthur Eddington Centenary Symposium, Vol. I: Relativistic astrophysics and cosmology. Edited by V. de Sabbata and T. M. Karade. World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore 1984, p. 45. link

  63. [4] The program ORTOCARTAN for applications in Einstein's relativity theory. In: EUROCAL'85, European Conference on Computer Algebra, Linz, Austria, 1985. Proceedings, vol. 2: Research contributions. Edited by B. F. Caviness. Lecture Notes in Computer Science vol. 204] Springer, Berlin 1985, p. 159. link

  64. [5] A spatially periodic generalization of the FLRW cosmological models. In: Proceedings of the 4th Marcel Grossman Meeting on General Relativity. Edited by R. Ruffini. Elsevier Science Publishers B. V., Amsterdam 1986, p. 989. link

  65. [6] Inhomogeneous generalizations of the Robertson-Walker cosmological models. In: Gravitational Collapse and Relativity, Proceedings of Yamada Conference XIV. Edited by H. Sato and T. Nakamura. World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore 1986, p. 500. link

  66. [7] The program ORTOCARTAN for applications in the relativity theory. In: International Conference on Computer Algebra and its Applications in Theoretical Physics. Edited by N. N. Govorun. Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna 1986, p. 50. link

  67. [8] Early inhomogeneous cosmological models in Einstein's theory. In: Modern Cosmology in Retrospect. Edited by B. Bertotti, R. Balbinot, S. Bergia and A. Messina. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1990, p. 115. link

  68. [9] User-friendly features of ORTOCARTAN. In: Computer Algebra in Physical Research. Edited by D. V. Shirkov, V. A. Rostovtsev and V. P. Gerdt. World Scientific, Singapore 1991, p. 66. link

  69. [10] A survey of cosmological exact solutions. In: Proceedings of the 6th Marcel Grossman Meeting on General Relativity. Edited by H. Sato and T. Nakamura. World Scientific, Singapore 1992, p. 642. link

  70. [11] Physics in an inhomogeneous Universe. In: Inhomogeneous cosmological models. Proceedings of the 1994 Spanish Relativity Meeting. Edited by J. M. M. Senovilla and A. Molina. World Scientific, Singapore, 1995, p. 27. link

  71. [12] Overview of inhomogeneous cosmological models. In: Recent developments in gravitation and mathematical physics. Edited by A. Macias, T. Matos, O. Obregon and H. Quevedo. World Scientific, Singapore 1996, p. 163. link

  72. [13] Physics and cosmology in an inhomogeneous Universe. In: Black holes and high energy astrophysics. Proceedings of the 49th Yamada Conference. Edited by H. Sato and N. Sugiyama. Universal Academy Press, Tokyo 1998, p. 133. link

  73. [14] The ultimate extension of the Bianchi classification for rotating dust models. In: On Eistein's path: Essays in honor of Engelbert Schucking. Edited by A. Harvey. Springer, New York 1999, p. 283. link

  74. [15] Rotating dust models in relativity. In: Coherent states, quantization and gravity. Proceedings of the XVIIth Workshop on Geometric Methods in Physics, Białowieża (Poland) 1998. Edited by M. Schlichenmaier, A. Strasburger, S. Twareque Ali and A. Odzijewicz. Warsaw University Press, Warsaw 2001, p. 199. link

  75. [16] Inhomogeneous cosmology -- workshop report (Edited by A. Krasiński). In: The Ninth Marcel Grossman Meeting on Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation and Relativistic Field Theories. Edited by V. G. Gurzadyan, R. T. Jantzen and R. Ruffini. World Scientific, New Jersey, London, Singapore, Hong Kong 2002, p. 627. link

  76. [17] Recent developments in the system Ortocartan. In: The Ninth Marcel Grossman Meeting on Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation and Relativistic Field Theories. Edited by V. G. Gurzadyan, R. T. Jantzen and R. Ruffini. World Scientific, New Jersey, London, Singapore, Hong Kong 2002, p. 1701. link

  77. [18] A. Krasiński and Charles Hellaby, Structure formation in the Universe by exact methods. In: ``Mathematics of Gravitation II''. Proceedings of the conference held in Warsaw, 2003. Published in the web page http://www.impan.gov.pl/Gravitation/ConfProc/index.html link to whole proceedings ***** link to my paper

  78. [19] Charles Hellaby and A. Krasiński, Szekeres models and their wormholes. In: The Tenth Marcel Grossman Meeting on Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation and Relativistic Field Theories. Edited by M. Novello, S. P. Bergliaffa and R. Ruffini. World Scientific, New Jersey, London, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei, Chennai 2005, p. 29. link

  79. [20] A. Krasiński and Charles Hellaby, Structure formation in the Universe by exact methods. In: The Tenth Marcel Grossman Meeting on Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation and Relativistic Field Theories. Edited by M. Novello, S. P. Bergliaffa and R. Ruffini. World Scientific, New Jersey, London, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei, Chennai 2005, p. 80. link

  80. [21] A. Krasiński and Charles Hellaby, Structure formation in the Lemaitre--Tolman cosmological model (a non-perturbative approach). In: Topics in mathematical physics, general relativity and cosmology, in honor of Jerzy Plebański. Proceedings of 2002 international conference. Edited by H. Garcia-Compean, B. Mielnik, M. Montesinos and M. Przanowski. World Scientific, New Jersey, London, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei, Chennai 2006, p. 279. link

  81. [22] A. Krasiński and Krzysztof Bolejko, Nonsingular collapse of spherically symmetric charged dust. In: Proceedings of 11th Marcel Grossman Meeting. Edited by H. Kleinert, R.T. Jantzen and R. Ruffini, World Scientific, Singapore, 2008, p. 700. link

  82. [23] A. Krasiński and Krzysztof Bolejko, Exact inhomogeneous models and the drift of light rays induced by nonsymmetric flow of the cosmic medium. In: Proceedings of 13th Marcel Grossman Meeting. Edited by R. T. Jantzen, K. Rosquist and R. Ruffini, World Scientific, New Jersey, London, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei, Chennai 2015, p. 922. Also published in International Journal of Modern Physics D22, 1330013 (2013). link 2013 link 2015

  83. [23] Singularities you might not be familiar with (i.e. strange kinds of Big Bang). In: Singularities of general relativity and their quantum fate. Proceedings of the conference held in Warsaw, 2016. Published in the web page http://bcc.impan.pl/16SingGR/uploads/Singularity/Andrzej\_Krasinski.pdf, and also accessible as a You Tube recording at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KE1NKMcqB8 link to You Tube \\ link to the pdf text

    Communications printed in conference volumes (Note: short conference abstracts are not included in this list at all)

  84. [1] A class of rotating and expanding Universes. In: 8th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Waterloo 1977, p. 216. link

  85. [2] Ellipsoidal spacetimes. In: 8th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Waterloo 1977, p. 217. link

  86. [3] A. Krasiński and Marek Perkowski, ORTOCARTAN - a computer program for calculating curvature tensors. In: 9th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Jena 1980, p. 106. link

  87. [4] Spacetimes with intrinsic spherical symmetry. In: 9th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Jena 1980, p. 44. link

  88. [5] A Newtonian model of the Kerr gravitational field. In: 9th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Jena 1980, p. 46. link

  89. [6] Symmetries of the Riemann tensor. In: 10th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Padua 1983, p. 290. link

  90. [7] The system ORTOCARTAN for algebraic calculations - new developments. In: 10th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Padua 1983, p. 433. link

  91. [8] The Universe with varying topology of spatial slices. In: 10th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Padua 1983, p. 841. link

  92. [9] The program ORTOCARTAN - developments since 1983. In: 11th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Stockholm 1986, p. 58. link

  93. [10] Spacetimes with conformally flat flow-orthogonal sections. In: 11th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Stockholm 1986, p. 327. link

  94. [11] A unified representation of the shearfree normal models. In: 12th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Colorado at Boulder 1989, p. 341. link

  95. [12] Cosmological exact solutions. In: 12th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Colorado at Boulder 1989, p. 340. link

  96. [13] The program ORTOCARTAN - now available on Atari. In: 13th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Cordoba 1992, p. 305. link

  97. [14] Cosmology in an inhomogeneous Universe. In: 13th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation. University of Cordoba 1992, p. 378. link

    Technical reports (distributed as preprints or electronic recordings; not otherwise published)

  98. [1] A. Krasiński, Marek Perkowski and Zdzisław Otwinowski, The system ORTOCARTAN for analytic calculations. Detailed description. Preprint (1979), documentation to the program. (link not available -- text too large and outdated)

  99. [2] A. Krasiński and Marek Perkowski, The system ORTOCARTAN - user's manual. Preprint (1st issue 1979, 2nd issue 1980), documentation to the program. link to the newest version (old versions outdated)

  100. [3] A. Krasiński and Marek Perkowski, The system ORTOCARTAN - user's manual. Third edition, Cologne 1983. Updated documentation to the program, stored and distributed on a magnetic tape. link to the newest version

  101. [4] A. Krasiński, Marek Perkowski, Zdzisław Otwinowski and Marek Kwa\'sniewski, The system ORTOCARTAN for analytic calculations. Detailed description. Second edition, Warsaw 1984. Updated documentation to the program, stored and distributed on a magnetic tape. (link not available -- text too large)

  102. [5] The system ORTOCARTAN - user's manual. Supplement to the second edition. Preprint (1984), documentation to the program (included in later updates). (separate link not available)

  103. [6] A. Krasiński and Marek Perkowski, The system ORTOCARTAN - user's manual. Fourth edition, Warsaw 1992. Revised and extended documentation to the program, stored and distributed on diskettes. link to the newest version

  104. [7] A. Krasiński and Marek Perkowski, The system ORTOCARTAN - user's manual. Fifth edition, Warsaw 2000. Revised and extended documentation to the program, stored on disk, distributed by email only. link

    Notes of lecture courses given at research schools (those given in Poland are marked with PPP)

  105. [1] A survey of cosmological models. Acta Cosmologica 7, 101 (1978). (PPP) link

  106. [2] Rotational motion of matter in general relativity. Acta Cosmologica 7, 119 (1978). (PPP) link

  107. [3] Cylindrical rotating Universe. Acta Cosmologica 7, 133 (1978). (PPP) link ***** link to the more detailed version that was not accepted for publication

  108. [4] Symmetries of manifolds and tensor fields and the Bianchi classification. In: Proceedings of the Instructional Workshop on Advanced Aspects of General Relativity, vol. I. Edited by A. Banerjee. Jadavpur University and the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Calcutta 1989, p. 6. The published volume was retyped without proofreading, and contains a large number of incredible typos. The link shows a fully corrected text.

    Semi-popular texts for physicists + review papers (all in Polish)

  109. [1] Models of the Universe in general relativity. Postępy Astronomii 23, 97 (1975). link

  110. [2] Is the Sun spherical? Postępy Astronomii 23, 159 (1975). link

  111. [3] A. Krasiński and Marek Perkowski, Symbolic algebraic computer programs, Part 1 - The LISP programming language. Postępy Astronomii 25, 203 (1977). link

  112. [4] A. Krasiński and Marek Perkowski, Symbolic algebraic computer programs, Part 2 - Applications and perspectives. Postępy Astronomii 26, 33 (1978). link

  113. [5] Figures of equilibrium, Part 1 - Basic theorems. Postępy Astronomii 28, 271 (1980). link

  114. [6] Figures of equilibrium, Part 2 - Homogeneous figures. Postępy Astronomii 29, 31 (1981). link

  115. [7] Figures of equilibrium, Part 3 - Inhomogeneous figures. Postępy Astronomii 29, 87 (1981). link

  116. [8] Physics in an inhomogeneous Universe. Postępy Fizyki 43, 415 (1992). link

  117. [9] The Galileo affair. Postępy Fizyki 44, 487 (1993); link same text: Postępy Astronomii 41, 109 (1993) - part 1, 41, 183 (1993) - part 2.

  118. [10] What is space and what space do we live in? (the point of view of a nonquantum physicist). In: Space in Contemporary Science. Edited by S. Symotiuk and G. Nowak. Publishing House of the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin 2000, p. 11. link

  119. [11] How the theory of relativity had been taking shape. Postępy Fizyki 54, 95 (2003). link

  120. [12] Un-recognised discoveries. Unknown episodes of the history of general relativity. Postępy Fizyki 58, 104 (2007). link

  121. [13] On cosmological models and some misunderstandings about them. Postępy Fizyki 60, 98 (2009). link

  122. [14] On Charles Babbage's difference engine and other old computers. Postępy Fizyki 61, 229 (2010). link

  123. [15] Premature Nobel Prize decision? (includes a translation of a letter by Yousaf M. Butt from Physics Today 65, February 2012, p. 10). Postępy Fizyki, 63, 50 (2012). link

  124. [16] 100 years of general relativity (in Polish). Nauka quarterly, No 1/2016, 11 (2016). link

    Short notes correcting errors in published papers by other authors

  125. [1] Comment on ``Space-times with plane-symmetric scalar waves'' [J. Math. Phys. 33, 3506 (1992)], J. Math. Phys. 35, 527 (1994). link

  126. [2] Stationary cylindrically symmetric vacuum solutions with Lambda [Comment on the paper by Santos, CQG 10, 2401 (1993)], Class. Q. Grav. 11, 1373 (1994). link

  127. [3] Comment on ‘A cylindrically symmetric solution approaching Einstein universe’ [by M. Iftime, CQG 19, L81 (2002)], Class. Q. Grav., 19, 5273 (2002). link

    Editorial notes about classic papers on relativity (published during my term as associate editor at General Relativity and Gravitation)

  128. [1] [The Lanczos 1924 paper on rotating dust] Gen. Rel. Grav. 29, 359 (1997). link

  129. [2] [The Lemaitre 1933 paper on his inhomogeneous cosmological model] Gen. Rel. Grav. 29, 637 (1997). link

  130. [3] [The Tolman 1934 paper on the Lemaitre model] Gen. Rel. Grav. 29, 931 (1997). link

  131. [4] [The Sen 1934 paper on the Lemaitre-Tolman model] Gen. Rel. Grav. 29, 1473 (1997). link

  132. [5] [The McCrea 1939 paper on observations in inhomogeneous models] Gen. Rel. Grav. 30, 311 (1998). link

  133. [6] [The Kustaanheimo-Qvist 1948 paper on spherically symmetric shearfree solutions] Gen. Rel. Grav. 30, 659 (1998). link

  134. [7] [The Bonnor 1956 paper on the formation of ``nebulae''] Gen. Rel. Grav. 30, 1111 (1998). link

  135. [8] [The Shirokov--Fisher 1962 paper on averaging out spatial inhomogeneities in cosmological models] Gen. Rel. Grav. 30, 1407 (1998). link

  136. [9] [The Kantowski 1965 PhD Thesis on properties of the ``Kantowski-Sachs'' class of models] Gen. Rel. Grav. 30, 1663 (1998). link

  137. [10] [The Vaidya papers on his radiating metric] Gen. Rel. Grav. 31, 115 (1999). link

  138. [11] [The Nariai papers on his special spherical solution] Gen. Rel. Grav. 31, 945 (1999). link

  139. [12] [The Datt paper on the inhomomogeneous generalization of the Kantowski-Sachs models] Gen. Rel. Grav. 31, 1615 (1999). link

  140. [13] [The Bondi paper on the Lemaitre-Tolman model] Gen. Rel. Grav. 31, 1777 (1999). link

  141. [14] A. Krasiński and George F. R. Ellis, [The classic Friedmann papers] Gen. Rel. Grav. 31, 1985 (1999). link ***** see also an addendum

  142. [15] [The Milne-McCrea papers on Newtonian cosmology] Gen. Rel. Grav. 32, 1933 (2000). link

  143. [16] [The Ruban papers on properties of the Datt solution] Gen. Rel. Grav. 33, 363 (2001). link

  144. [17] [The Novikov paper on properties of the Schwarzschild solution] Gen. Rel. Grav. 33, 2255 (2001). link

  145. [18] [The Rindler paper on horizons in cosmological models] Gen. Rel. Grav. 34, 131 (2002). link

  146. [19] A. Krasiński, Christoph G. Behr, Engelbert Sch"ucking, Frank B. Estabrook, Hugo D. Wahlquist, George F. R. Ellis, Robert Jantzen and Wolfgang Kundt, The Bianchi classification in the Sch"ucking--Behr approach. Gen. Rel. Grav. 35, 475 (2003). link

  147. [20] J"urgen Ehlers and A. Krasiński, Comment on the paper by J. T. Jebsen reprinted in Gen. Rel. Grav. 37, 2253 - 2259 (2005). Gen. Rel. Grav. 38, 1329 (2006). link

  148. [21] Golden Oldies -- a reactivation (editorial). Gen. Rel. Grav. 39, 1043 (2007). link

  149. [22] Varun Sahni and A. Krasiński, [The Zeldovich paper on the interpretation of the cosmological constant in terms of quantum field theory] Gen. Rel. Grav. 40, 1557 (2008). link

  150. [23] A. Krasiński and Maciej Przanowski [The Goldberg -- Sachs paper on their theorem about Petrov types] Gen. Rel. Grav. 41, 421 (2009). link

  151. [24] A. Krasiński, Enric Verdaguer and Roy Patrick Kerr, [The Kerr -- Schild paper on the derivation of the Kerr solution] Gen. Rel. Grav. 41, 2469 (2009). link

  152. [25] Niky Kamran and A. Krasiński, [The Carter Les Houches 1972 lectures on the Kerr metric and black holes] Gen. Rel. Grav. 41, 2867 (2009). link

    Short biographies of relativists (accompanying the Oldies from the previous section)

  153. [1] Kornel Lanczos, Gen. Rel. Grav. 29, 360 (1997). link

  154. [2] Georges Lemaitre Gen. Rel. Grav. 29, 639 (1997). link

  155. [3] Richard Chace Tolman Gen. Rel. Grav. 29, 932 (1997). link

  156. [4] Mikhail Fedorovich Shirokov Gen. Rel. Grav. 30, 1408 (1998). link

  157. [5] Alexandr Friedmann Gen. Rel. Grav. 31, 1989 (1999). link

  158. [6] Kurt G"odel Gen. Rel. Grav. 32, 1407 (2000). link

  159. [7] Edward Arthur Milne Gen. Rel. Grav. 32, 1935 (2000). link

  160. [8] Ivor Malcolm Haddon Etherington Gen. Rel. Grav. 39, 1053 (2007). link

  161. [9] Rainer Sachs, George F. R. Ellis and A. Krasiński [Rainer K. Sachs: a brief biography]. Gen. Rel. Grav. 39, 1941 (2007). link

  162. [10] Edward Kasner Gen. Rel. Grav. 40, 868 (2008). link

  163. [11] Yakov Borisovich Zeldovich Zeldovich Gen. Rel. Grav. 40, 1560 (2008). link

  164. [12] Fritz Zwicky Gen. Rel. Grav. 41, 204 (2009). link

  165. [13] Hermann Weyl Gen. Rel. Grav. 41, 1657 (2009). link

  166. [14] Pascual Jordan Gen. Rel. Grav. 41, 2182 (2009). link

  167. [15] Roy Patrick Kerr Gen. Rel. Grav. 41, 2482 (2009). link

  168. [16] Jerome Kristian Gen. Rel. Grav. 43, 335 (2011). link

  169. [17] Tullio Levi-Civita Gen. Rel. Grav. 43, 335 (2011). link

  170. [18] Howard Percy Robertson Gen. Rel. Grav. 44, 2109 (2012). link

  171. [19] Hans Thirring Gen. Rel. Grav. 44, 3221 (2012). link

  172. [20] Evgenii Mikhailovich Lifshitz, Gen. Rel. Grav., 49:17, p. 25 (2017). link

    Popular articles for open public (all in Polish)

  173. [1] What is relativity theory; part 1: Geometrical foundations. Delta no 5 (1978), p. 6. link

  174. [2] What is relativity theory; part 2: Experimental tests. Delta no 6 (1978), p. 4. link

  175. [3] Relativity of simultaneity. Delta no 12 (1979), p. 10. link

  176. [4] Inertial forces. Delta no 3 (1980), p. 10. link

  177. [5] The Archimedes law. Delta no 5 (1980), p. 8. link

  178. [6] Does Nature use tools? Delta no 8 (1980), p. 12 (same text later reprinted in the book ``To see differently'', Alfa publishers, Warsaw 1986, p. 69, without my name signed). link to the Delta article

  179. [7] How the chemical elements came into being; part 1. Urania 60 no 9, 258 (1989). link to both parts

  180. [8] How the chemical elements came into being; part 2. Urania 60 no 10, 290 (1989) (see link above).

  181. [9] Tidal forces on the Earth and in the Solar System. Delta no 11 (1991), p. 1. link

  182. [10] Physics in an inhomogeneous Universe. Urania - Postępy Astronomii 41 no 1, 29 (1993). link

  183. [11] Gravitational lenses. Delta no 7 (1995), p. 1. link

  184. [12] More on gravitational lenses. Urania - Postępy Astronomii 43 no 3, 124 (1995). link

  185. [13] Gravitational radiation. Urania - Postępy Astronomii 44 no 1, 124 (1996). link

  186. [14] What is a black hole. Urania - Postępy Astronomii 71 no 2, 58 (2000). link

  187. [15] Theory of relativity -- what is it and what is it used for? Urania - Postępy Astronomii 73 no 5, 196 (2002). link

  188. [16] Behind the cosmic event horizon. Urania - Postępy Astronomii 75 no 1, 6 (2004). link

  189. [17] Progress in cosmology after 1974 [the year that Delta was founded]. Delta no 1 (2016), p. 15. link

    Other popular texts

  190. [1] Dictionary of geophysics, astrophysics and astronomy. Edited by R. A. Matzner. CRC Press, Boca Raton, London, New York, Washington D. C., 2001. Joint work of 51 authors, I contributed 68 definitions.

    Short popular notes (all in Polish)

  191. [1] Praise to precision. Delta no 1 (1980), p. 2. link to all the short notes

  192. [2] Nobel for the diligent. Delta no 1 (1980), p. 4.

  193. [3] Praise to imprecision. Delta no 1 (1980), p. 6.

  194. [4] What do we like less. Delta no 1 (1980), p. 9.

  195. [5] Praise to restraint. Delta no 1 (1980), p. 11.

  196. [6] [A problem to solve] Delta no 1 (1980), p. 13.

  197. [7] [Three problems to solve] Delta no 3 (1980), p. 4.

  198. [8] When I was a fish. Delta no 8 (1980), p. 17.

    Texts on science policy matters

  199. [1] University rankings smarten up (includes a translation from Nature 464, no 7285, pp. 7--8 and 16--17, 4 March 2010). Postępy Fizyki 63, 32 (2012). link

    Book reviews

  200. [1] Michał Heller, The evolution of cosmos and of cosmology (in Polish). Postępy Fizyki 35, 436 (1984). link

  201. [2] Michał Heller, Theoretical foundations of cosmology (in Polish). Postępy Fizyki 42, 105 (1991). link

  202. [3] Stephen Hawking, Black holes and baby Universes (in Polish). Postępy Fizyki 45, 603 (1994). link

  203. [4] Stephen Hawking, A brief history of time (in Polish). Postępy Fizyki 45, 605 (1994). link

  204. [5] Hans Ohanian and Remo Ruffini, Gravitation and spacetime. Classical and Quantum Gravity 12, 2361 (1995). link

  205. [6] James Reston, Galileo (in Polish). Postępy Fizyki 50, 211 (1999). link

  206. [7] Ernan McMullin (ed.), The Church and Galileo; Maurice Finocchiaro, Retrying Galileo; both books reviewed (in Polish) in one article in Urania 77 no 4, 148 (2006). link

    Translations from foreign languages to Polish

  207. [1] Column-like rocky structures from an ancient land (by N. Haile, from Nature 268, 100 (1977)). Delta no 3 (1980), p. 15. link

  208. [2] Research on thermonuclear fusion at the Max Planck Plasma Physics Institute (by B. R"othlein, translated from English, from submitted manuscript). Delta no 11 (1980), p. 6. link

  209. [3] How to detect an extraterrestrial civilization (by B. Murray, S. Guilkis and R. E. Edelson, from Science 199, 485 (1978)). Delta no 11 (1980), p. 10. link

  210. [4] Electromagnetic detectors of gravitational waves (by L. Grishchuk and M. Sazhin, translated from Russian, from submitted manuscript). Delta no 3 (1981), p. 4. link

  211. [5] Metaflation? (by G. F. R. Ellis and T. Rothman, translated from English, from a Univ. of Cape Town preprint). Postępy Fizyki 38, 511 (1987); same text: Postępy Astronomii 35, 169 (1987). link

    Unpublished research papers

  212. [1] The Universe that can open up or close. Paper awarded the ``honorable mention'' award in the 1981 Gravity Research Foundation Competition (with such a low distinction, I decided not to publish the paper, and never did). link

  213. [2] Irregular cosmological models. Summary of the habilitation work, submitted for promotion to Associate Professor (1983). link