THE COMPACT COSMOS

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Compact Cosmos

Author : Matt Tweed
ISBN : 1904263429
Genre : Cosmology
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Packed with information on everything from Supernovae to Galaxy Clusters and Black Holes, as well as all the latest theories about how it might have come into being, this is probably the densest, and certainly the greenest book ever written on the Universe in the Universe. It is printed in sepia inks on recycled papers.
Category: Cosmology

Cosmos

Author : Alexander von Humboldt
ISBN : HARVARD:HW2BI3
Genre : Astronomy
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Category: Astronomy

Cosmos

Author : Alexander von Humboldt
ISBN : UCAL:B4166621
Genre : Astronomy
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Category: Astronomy

The Dental Cosmos

Author : J. D. White
ISBN : OSU:32436010184354
Genre : Dentistry
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Category: Dentistry

The New Cosmos

Author : A. Unsöld
ISBN : 9781475717914
Genre : Science
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to the Second Edition The development of astronomy in the last ten years has been nothing short of explosive. This second edition of The New Cosmos, considerably revised and enlarged, tries to share this development with its readers. Let us mention a few key words: from mo on landings, planetary probes, aild continental drift through pulsars, X-ray and y-ray sources, interstellar molecules, quasars, and the structure and evolution of stars and stellar systems right up to cosmological models. As before, the most important task of this book is to give a not too difficult introduction to present-day astronomy and astrophysics, both to the student of astronomy and to the specialist from a neighboring discipline. We therefore draw to the attention of the reader, as an essential part of our description, the numerous illustrations-many of them new-and their detailed captions. As far as possible we link a description of important observations with basic features of the theory. On the other hand, when it comes to detail we often content ourselves with abrief description, leaving the detailed explanation to the specialist literature. The transition to the specialist literature should be eased by the Bibliography at the end of the book. Important new investigations are noted in the text by their year, not so much for historical reasons as to enable the original work to be found in the Astronomy and Astrophysics Abstracts (1969 on).
Category: Science

The Infinite Cosmos

Author : Joseph Silk
ISBN : 9780198505105
Genre : Science
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In The Infinite Cosmos Joseph Silk guides the reader through the modern understanding of the cosmos, in a narrative that brings together the latest theory and observation and combines science with literary quotations to capture our growing understanding of the vastness and wonder of our Universe.
Category: Science

The Cosmos

Author : Jay M. Pasachoff
ISBN : 9781107687561
Genre : Science
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An exciting introduction to astronomy, using recent discoveries and stunning photography to inspire non-science majors about the Universe and science.
Category: Science

Unseen Cosmos

Author : Francis Graham-Smith
ISBN : 9780191636240
Genre : Science
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Radio telescopes have transformed our understanding of the Universe. Pulsars, quasars, Big Bang cosmology: all are discoveries of the new science of radio astronomy. Here, Francis Graham-Smith describes the birth, development, and maturity of radio astronomy, from the first discovery of cosmic radio waves to its present role as a major part of modern astronomy. Radio is part of the electromagnetic spectrum, covering infra-red, visible light, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma-rays, and Graham-Smith explains why it is that radio waves give us a unique view of the Universe. Tracing the development of radio telescopes he shows how each new idea in observing techniques has led to new discoveries, and looks at the ways in which radio waves are generated in the various cosmic sources, relating this to the radio world of mobile phones, radio and television channels, wireless computer connections, and remote car locks. Today a new generation of radio telescopes promises to extend our understanding of the Universe into further, as yet unknown, fields. Huge new radio telescopes are being built, such as the Atacama Large Millimetre Array (ALMA), Low Frequency Array for Radioastronomy (LOFAR), and the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). Radio telescopes on spacecraft such as the Cosmic Microwave Explorer (COBE) and Planck are tracing in minute detail the faint but universal radio signal from the expanding early Universe. Graham-Smith shares the excitement of discovering the wonders of the radio universe, and the possibilities promised by the new age of giant radio telescopes.
Category: Science

The Soft X Ray Cosmos

Author : Eric Matthew Schlegel
ISBN : UOM:39015034264559
Genre : Science
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Annotation The ROSAT Science Symposium was held in November 1993 in order to showcase the results obtained thus far using ROSAT (the Rontgen Satellite) and to provide a forum for discussion regarding the means for extracting the maximum amount of information from ROSAT data. This proceedings volume contains the oral presentations, poster presentations, and workshop presentations. Among the broad subject areas addressed are the solar neighborhood; accretion-powered sources; diffuse thermal emission; stars; cataclysmic variables; diffuse gas; supernova remnants; normal galaxies; galaxies and hot gas; clusters of galaxies; and AGN. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Category: Science