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11 Jamey L. Jenkins Observing the sun I02296 2013 eBook  
12 Michael Carroll (ed.) Alien seas I02292 2013 eBook  
13 W. M Goss Making waves I02289 2013 eBook  
14 Laura Brenneman Measuring the angular momentum of supermassive black holes I02278 2013 eBook  
15 Renato Dicati Stamping through astronomy I02273 2013 eBook  
16 Izaskun San Roman formation and evolution of M33 as revealed by its star clusters I02240 2013 eBook  
17 Charles Byrne moon's near side megabasin and far side bulge I02235 2013 eBook  
18 David A. J. Seargent Weird worlds I02222 2013 eBook  
19 James Lequeux Le Verrier-- magnificent and detestable astronomer I02194 2013 eBook  
20 V.I. Ferronsky Formation of the solar system I02162 2013 eBook  
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TitleObserving the sun : a pocket field guide
Author(s)Jamey L. Jenkins
PublicationNew York, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource
Contents NoteThe Sun is a Star -- Observe the Sun -- Identify Solar Features -- Record Your Observations
NotesIncludes index
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. SCIENCE / Astronomy
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TitleAlien seas : oceans in space
Author(s)Michael Carroll (ed.);Rosaly Lopes (ed.)
PublicationNew York, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource
NotesIncludes index
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. PLANETS 4. SCIENCE / Astronomy
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TitleMaking waves : the story of Ruby Payne-Scott: Australian pioneer radio astronomer
Author(s)W. M Goss
PublicationBerlin, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Science & Technology 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. RADIO ASTRONOMY 5. SCIENCE / Astronomy 6. Women astronomers
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TitleMeasuring the angular momentum of supermassive black holes
Author(s)Laura Brenneman
PublicationNew York, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource
NotesIncludes bibliographical references
Keyword(s)1. Black holes (Astronomy) 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. SCIENCE / Astronomy
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TitleStamping through astronomy
Author(s)Renato Dicati
PublicationMilan, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource : col. ill
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMY 2. Astronomy on postage stamps 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER 5. SCIENCE / Astronomy
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Titleformation and evolution of M33 as revealed by its star clusters
Author(s)Izaskun San Roman
PublicationNew York, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource
Abstract NoteThis thesis represents the first wide-field photometric and spectroscopic survey of star clusters in the nearby late-spiral galaxy M33. This system is the nearest example of a dwarf spiral galaxy, which may have a unique role in the process of galaxy formation and evolution. The cold dark matter paradigm of galaxy formation envisions large spiral galaxies, such as the Milky Way, being formed from the merger and accretion of many smaller dwarf galaxies. The role that dwarf spiral galaxies play in this process is largely unclear. One of the goals of this thesis is to use the star cluster population of M33 to study its formation and evolution from its early stages to the present. The thesis presents a new comprehensive catalog of M33 star clusters, which includes magnitudes, colors, structural parameters, and several preliminary velocity measurements. Based on an analysis of these data, the thesis concludes that, among other things, the evolution of M33 has likely been influenced by its nearby massive neighbor M31
NotesIncludes bibliographical references
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. GALAXIES 4. SCIENCE / Astronomy 5. STARS
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Titlemoon's near side megabasin and far side bulge
Author(s)Charles Byrne
PublicationNew York, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Lunar geography 4. Lunar geology 5. SCIENCE / Astronomy
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TitleWeird worlds : bizarre bodies of the solar system and beyond
Author(s)David A. J. Seargent
PublicationNew York, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource
Abstract Note""Weird Worlds"" is the third book in David Seargent's ""Weird"" series. This book assumes a basic level of astronomical understanding and concentrates on the ""odd and interesting"" aspects of planetary bodies, including asteroids and moons. From our viewpoint here on Earth, this work features the most unusual features of these worlds and the ways in which they appear ""weird"" to us. Within our own Solar System, odd facts such as the apparent reversal of the Sun in the skies of Mercury, CO2-driven fountains of dust on Mars, possible liquid water (and perhaps primitive life!) deep within the
NotesIncludes indexes
Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMY 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. SCIENCE / Astronomy
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TitleLe Verrier-- magnificent and detestable astronomer
Author(s)James Lequeux;edited;with an introduction by William Sheehan;translated by Bernard Sheehan
PublicationNew York, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource
Abstract NoteLe Verrier was a superb scientist. His discovery of Neptune in 1846 made him the most famous astronomer of his time. He produced a complete theory of the motions of the planets which served as a basis for planetary ephemeris for a full century. Doing this, he discovered an anomaly in the motion of Mercury which later became the first proof of General Relativity. He also founded European meteorology. However his arrogance and bad temper created many enemies, and he was even fired from his position of Director of the Paris Observatory
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. Astronomers 2. BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Science & Technology 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER 5. SCIENCE / Astronomy
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TitleFormation of the solar system : a new theory of the creation and decay of the celestial bodies
Author(s)V.I. Ferronsky;S.V. Ferronsky
PublicationDordrecht, Springer, 2013.
Description1 online resource (313 p.)
Abstract NoteAnalysis of the orbital motion of the Earth, the Moon and other planets and their satellites led to the discovery that all bodies in the Solar System are moving with the first cosmic velocity of their proto parents. The mean orbital velocity of each planet is equal to the first cosmic velocity of the Protosun, the radius of which is equal to the semi-major axis of the planet's orbit. The same applies for the planets' satellites. All the small planets, comets, other bodies and the Sun itself follow this law, a finding that has also been proven by astronomical observations
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. SCIENCE / Astronomy 4. SPACE ASTRONOMY
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