TitleHow does the Galaxy work? : a galactic tertulia with Don Cox and Ron Reynolds
Author(s)Emilio J. Alfaro (ed.);Enrique P�erez (ed.);Jos�e Franco (ed.)
PublicationDordrecht, Kluwer, 2004.
Description1 online resource (xxi, 418 p.) : ill
Abstract NoteThis volume presents a multi-disciplinary approach to the physical mechanisms which structure the shape, evolution and fate of the Galaxy. It contains 4 panel sessions (the recording transcripts of the galactic 'tertulias'), an introductory historical overview on the Galaxy research, 17 reviews, and the proceedings of more than 50 oral and poster contributions. This book is not a new edition of a previous volume but it is in some way related to the book "The Formation of the Milky Way" (1995; Cambridge University Press), which contains the proceedings of the first IAA-IAC-University of Pisa mee
Contents NoteThe Milky Way: Four Centuries of Discovery of the Galaxy; Hi Clouds Beyond the Galactic Disk; The Wham Northern Sky Survey and the Nature of the Warm Ionized Medium in the Galaxy; The Structure of Galactic Hydrogen on the Largest Scales; The Bu-Fcrao Galactic Ring Survey; The View of the Interstellar Medium with the Canadian Galactic Plane Survey; Dark Hydrogen in the Galactic Plane; Ionization of the Galactic Halo; Diffuse Ionized Gas and the Disk-Halo Interaction in Spiral Galaxies; Are All the DIGs the Same?; Radio Halos in Star Forming Galaxies
NotesProceedings of an international conference in honor of Don Cox and Ron Reynolds. -Includes bibliographical references and author index
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Electronic books 4. GALAXIES 5. Melkweg (sterrenkunde) 6. SCIENCE
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