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Observational Molecular Astronomy

Author : David A. Williams
ISBN : 9781107018167
Genre : Science
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This is the first book for astronomers who wish to use molecular emissions as a tool to explore the Universe.
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Ground Based Astronomy In Asia

Author : Norio Kaifu
ISBN : UCSC:32106013462004
Genre : Astronomical instruments
File Size : 79.81 MB
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Category: Astronomical instruments

Astronomy

Author : Michael Zeilik
ISBN : UOM:39015017157341
Genre : Astronomy
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Which University

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ISBN : UCAL:B3540090
Genre : Universities and colleges
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Astronomy Letters

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ISBN : UOM:39015059081987
Genre : Astronomy
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Astronomy Now

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ISBN : UOM:39015060976746
Genre : Astronomy
File Size : 51.50 MB
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Astronomical Spectroscopy An Introduction To The Atomic And Molecular Physics Of Astronomical Spectroscopy Third Edition

Author : Tennyson Jonathan
ISBN : 9781786346964
Genre : Science
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The third edition of Astronomical Spectroscopy examines the physics necessary to understand and interpret astronomical spectra. It offers a step-by-step guide to the atomic and molecular physics involved in providing astronomical spectra starting from the relatively simple hydrogen atom and working its way to the spectroscopy of small molecules.Based on UCL course material, this book uses actual astronomical spectra to illustrate the theoretical aspects of the book to give the reader a feel for such spectra as well as an awareness of what information can be retrieved from them. It also provides comprehensive exercises, with answers given, to aid understanding.
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Infrared Astronomy

Author : C.G. Wynn-Williams
ISBN : 902771228X
Genre : Science
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Proceedings of IAU Symposium No. 96 held in Kona, Hawaii, June 23-27, 1980
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Introduction To Astrochemistry

Author : Satoshi Yamamoto
ISBN : 9784431541714
Genre : Science
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This important book describes the basic principles of astrochemistry—an interdisciplinary field combining astronomy, physics, and chemistry—with particular emphasis on its physical and chemical background. Chemical processes in diffuse clouds, dense quiescent molecular clouds, star-forming regions, and protoplanetary disks are discussed. A brief introduction to molecular spectroscopy and observational techniques is also presented. These contents provide astronomers with a comprehensive understanding of how interstellar matter is evolved and brought into stars and planets, which is ultimately related to the origin of the solar system. The subject matter will also be understandable and useful for physical chemists who are interested in exotic chemical processes occurring in extreme physical conditions. The book is a valuable resource for all researchers beginning at the graduate level.
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Annual Review Of Astronomy And Astrophysics

Author : Leo Goldberg
ISBN : UCAL:B4394599
Genre : Astronomy
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This years volume begins with a career retrospective by astrophysicist H.C. van de Hulst, in which he describes the beginnings of radio astronomy, his experiences at the Yerkes and Leiden observatories, his work in COSPAR, and the joy he found in tormenting astronomy students with the Socratic method. Other contributions cover type Ia supernovae and the Hubble constant; detection of extrasolar giant planets; first results from Hipparcos; radio emission from solar flares; star formation in galaxies along the Hubble sequence; Herbig Ae/Be stars; the Lyman alpha forest in the spectra of quasistellar objects; chemical evolution of star-forming regions; carbon stars; dwarf galaxies of the local group; astronomical searches for earth-like planets; modeling extragalactic jets; and simulations of structure formation in the universe. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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