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1201 Krause, F The Cosmic Dynamo I00135 1993 eBook  
1202 de Jager, C The Brightest Stars I00130 1980 eBook  
1203 Durney, B.R The Internal Solar Angular Velocity I00126 1987 eBook  
1204 Bengt Hultqvist (ed.) Magnetospheric Plasma Sources and Losses I00109 1999 eBook  
1205 McCormac, Billy Atmospheres of Earth and the Planets I00102 1975 eBook  
1206 Duschl, Wolfgang J Variability of Active Galaxies I00090 1991 eBook  
1207 Latter, William B CO: Twenty-Five Years of Millimeter-Wave Spectroscopy I00070 1997 eBook  
1208 Trump, M.A Classical Relativistic Many-Body Dynamics I00066 1999 eBook  
1209 Kennicutt Jr., Robert C Galaxies: Interactions and Induced Star Formation I00043 1998 eBook  
1210 Contopoulos, Georgios Cosmology I00042 1987 eBook  
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TitleThe Cosmic Dynamo : Proceedings of the 157th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, Held in Potsdam, Germany, September 7???11, 1992
Author(s)Krause, F;R??dler, K.-H;R??diger, G
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1993.
DescriptionXXXII, 499 p. 66 illus : online resource
ISBN,Price9789401107723
Keyword(s)1. Astronomy, Observations and Techniques 2. Astronomy???Observations 3. ASTROPHYSICS 4. Astrophysics and Astroparticles 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. Observations, Astronomical
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TitleThe Brightest Stars
Author(s)de Jager, C
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1980.
Description470 p : online resource
Abstract NoteNo part of the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram shows a more pronounced diversity of stellar types than the upper part, which contains the most luminous stars. Can one visualize a larger difference than between a luminous, young and extremely hot Of star, and a cool, evolved pulsating giant of the Mira type, or an S-type supergiant, or - again at the other side of the diagram - the compact nucleus of a planetary nebula? But there is order and unity in this apparent disorder! Virtually all types of bright stars are evolutionally related, in one way or the other. Evolution links bright stars. In many cases the evolution is speeded up by, or at least intimately related to various signs of stellar instability. Bright stars lose mass, either continuously or in dramatic sudden events, they vibrate or pulsate - and with these tenuous, gigantic objects this often happens in a most bizarre fashion. Sometimes the evolution goes so fast that fundamental changes are observable in the time span of a human's life - several of such cases have now been identified
ISBN,Price9789400990302
Keyword(s)1. ASTROPHYSICS 2. Astrophysics and Astroparticles 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER
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TitleThe Internal Solar Angular Velocity : Theory, Observations and Relationship to Solar Magnetic Fields
Author(s)Durney, B.R;Sabatino, Sofia
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1987.
DescriptionXI, 374 p : online resource
Abstract NoteIt is clear that the discovery of solar eigenmodes and the resulting possibility of probing the solar interior is an event of primary importance for solar physics in general and for theories of the inner solar angular velocity in particular. While these theories are basic for the understanding of the solar spin down, differential rotation, dynamo and activity, they are however, extremely complex, and in all likelihood only limited further progress could have been achieved without the guidance of observations. Until recently and in spite of the scant observational basis the theoretical work has moved forward as the perusal of this book shows. There cannot be any doubt, however, that the present, rapidly expanding, worldwide observational program will lead ultimately to a vigorous theoretical development of the field. It appeared to the organizers that a meeting centered on theories of the inner solar angular velocity, comprising presentations of the main research areas by the involved scientists, would significantly foster this development since it would help to clarify the basic ideas of the subject. The meeting, held at the National Solar Observatory/Sacramento Peak, from August 11 to August 14, was the eighth in a series of summer symposia at Sacramento Peak. The unqualified success of the meeting could not have been possible without the unlim?? ited devotion of the staff at Sacramento Peak, Ray Smartt, Frank and Pat Hegwer, Ramona Elrod in particular
ISBN,Price9789400939035
Keyword(s)1. ASTROPHYSICS 2. Astrophysics and Astroparticles 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER
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TitleMagnetospheric Plasma Sources and Losses : Final Report of the ISSI Study Project on Source and Loss Processes
Author(s)Bengt Hultqvist (ed.);Marit Oieroset (ed.);Goetz Paschmann (ed.); Rudolf A. Treumann (ed.)
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer 3. Springer Netherlands, 1999.
DescriptionXIII, 482 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThe present sixth volume of ISSI Space Sciences Series is the outcome of the most ambitious study project of ISSI hitherto, that on 'Source and Loss Processes of Magnetospheric Plasma'. The goal has been to produce a fully integrated book on the subject, which gives an authoritative overview of all aspects of the topic in a well organized form, useful and readable both for active researchers in the field and for young scientists who are starting their research in space physics. In order to represent the full diversity of experience and perspective that exists in the science community, some 50 leading scientists from allover the world were invited to participate in the project and contribute to the text. With the scientific competence well in hand, the dominating problem in producing the book has been to achieve a degree of consistency in style, nomenclature, notations and format, as well as good cross referencing. To what degree we have succeeded in reaching our goal of delivering a volume that will be useful to the community in both its comprehensiveness and readability remains to be decided by the readers. The book is the outcome of a three year long process. In December 1995 the study project on 'Source and Loss Processes of Magnetospheric Plasma' was se?? lected by ISSI after consultations with several groups of senior representatives of the space physics community
ISBN,Price9789401144773
Keyword(s)1. Astronomy, Observations and Techniques 2. Astronomy???Observations 3. Astrophysics and Astroparticles 4. EBOOK 5. EBOOK - SPRINGER 6. Observations, Astronomical
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TitleAtmospheres of Earth and the Planets : Proceedings of the Summer Advanced Study Institute, Held at the University of Li??ge, Belgium, July 29???August 9, 1974
Author(s)McCormac, Billy
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1975.
Description461 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThis book contains the lectures presented at the Summer Advanced Study Institute, 'Physics and Chemistry of Atmospheres' which was held at the University of Liege, Belgium, during the period July 29-August 9, 1974. One-hundred nineteen persons from eleven different countries attended the Institute. The authors and publisher have made a special effort for rapid publication of an up?? to-date status of the physics and chemistry ofthe atmospheres of Earth and the plan?? ets, which is an ever-changing area. Special thanks are due to the lecturers for their diligent preparation and excellent presentations. The individual lectures and the published papers were deliberately limited; the authors' cooperation in conforming to these specifications is greatly appreciated. The contents of the book are organized by subject area rather than in the order in which papers were presented during the Institute. Many thanks are due to Drs Alv Egeland, Donald M. Hunten, Gunther Lange-Hesse, Marcel Nicolet, Harold I. Schiff, Lance Thomas, Alister Vallance Jones, Richard Wayne, and Gilbert Weill who served as session chairmen during the Institute and contributed greatly to its success by skillfully directing the discussion period in a stimulating manner after each lecture. Many persons contributed to the success of the Institute. Drs Alv Egeland, Donald M. Hunten, Gunther Lange-Hesse, Marcel Nicolet, Harold I. Schiff, Erwin R. Schmerling, Lance Thomas, Alister Vallance Jones, Richard Wayne, and Gilbert Weill were especially helpful in preparing the technical program
ISBN,Price9789401017992
Keyword(s)1. ASTROPHYSICS 2. Astrophysics and Astroparticles 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER
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TitleVariability of Active Galaxies : Proceedings of a Workshop of the Sonderforschungsbereich 328 Held at Heidelberg, Germany, 3???5 September 1990
Author(s)Duschl, Wolfgang J;Wagner, Stefan J;Camenzind, Max
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1991.
DescriptionXII, 312 p. 56 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteThe enormous amounts of energy radiated from the active nuclei of galaxies vary on short time scales, and the emission regions are difficult to observe. To provide a complete understanding of these phenomena a wide variety of studies is presented in this volume. The contributions are broadly divided between line and continuum variability, with observational results, methodological approaches, and theoretical models accompanying each. The final part is devoted to the important aspect of propagation-induced variability
ISBN,Price9783540463252
Keyword(s)1. Astronomy, Observations and Techniques 2. Astronomy???Observations 3. ASTROPHYSICS 4. Astrophysics and Astroparticles 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. GEOPHYSICS 8. Geophysics/Geodesy 9. Observations, Astronomical
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TitleCO: Twenty-Five Years of Millimeter-Wave Spectroscopy : Proceedings of the 170th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, Held in Tucson, Arizona, May 29???June 5, 1995
Author(s)Latter, William B;Radford, Simon J.E;Jewell, Philip R;Mangum, Jeffrey G;Bally, John
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1997.
DescriptionXVII, 511 p. 75 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteInterstellar carbon monoxide (CO) was first detected in 1970 with the 36 foot diameter telescope of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory! on Kitt Peak in Southern Arizona. R. W. Wilson, K. B. Jefferts, and A. A. Penzias of Bell Labs reported, "We have found intense 2.6 mm line radiation 2 from nine Galactic sources which we attribute to carbon monoxide." Soon afterward, several other basic molecules were also observed in space. IAU Symposium 170, CO: Twenty Five Years of Millimeter Wave Spectroscopy, was organized to commemorate those discoveries. The Symposium reviewed the accomplishments of a quarter century of research on interstellar molec?? ular gas, surveyed the current state of millimeter-wave spectroscopy, and gave a glimpse of what the next 25 years might hold. Studies of interstellar CO have revolutionized our understanding of the phases and dynamics of the interstellar medium, the initial and final stages of stellar evolution, the chemistry of dense and diffuse interstellar matter and of the solar system, the structure of the Milky Way galaxy, and the content and structure of other galaxies, some very distant. Spectroscopic studies of CO and other molecules are primary tools for investigating all these topics, which are among the most fundamental and active research areas in astrophysics. New developments in instrumentation, including sev?? eral powerful new telescopes, continue to keep millimeter and submillimeter wavelength radio astronomy at the forefront of research
ISBN,Price9789401154147
Keyword(s)1. Astronomy, Observations and Techniques 2. Astronomy???Observations 3. ASTROPHYSICS 4. Astrophysics and Astroparticles 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. Observations, Astronomical
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TitleClassical Relativistic Many-Body Dynamics
Author(s)Trump, M.A;Schieve, W.C
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1999.
DescriptionXVI, 370 p : online resource
Abstract Notein this work, we must therefore assume several abstract concepts that hardly need defending at this point in the history of mechanics. Most notably, these include the concept of the point particle and the concept of the inertial observer. The study of the relativistic particle system is undertaken here by means of a particular classical theory, which also exists on the quantum level, and which is especially suited to the many-body system in flat spacetime. In its fundamental postulates, the theory may be consid?? ered to be primarily the work of E.C.G. Stiickelberg in the 1940's, and of L.P. Horwitz and C. Piron in the 1970's, who may be said to have provided the generalization of Stiickelberg's theory to the many-body system. The references for these works may be found in Chapter 1. The theory itself may be legitimately called off-shell Hamiltonian dynamics, parameterized relativistic mechanics, or even classical event dynamics. The most important feature of the theory is probably the use of an invariant world time parameter, usually denoted T, which provides an evolution time for the system in such as way as to allow manifest co?? variance within a Hamiltonian formalism. In general, this parameter is neither a Lorentz-frame time, nor the proper time of the particles in the system
ISBN,Price9789401593038
Keyword(s)1. Astronomy, Observations and Techniques 2. Astronomy???Observations 3. ASTROPHYSICS 4. Astrophysics and Astroparticles 5. CLASSICAL MECHANICS 6. EBOOK 7. EBOOK - SPRINGER 8. MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS 9. MECHANICS 10. Observations, Astronomical 11. Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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TitleGalaxies: Interactions and Induced Star Formation : Saas-Fee Advanced Course 26. Lecture Notes 1996 Swiss Society for Astrophysics and Astronomy
Author(s)Kennicutt Jr., Robert C;Schweizer, F;Barnes, J.E;Friedli, D;Martinet, L;Pfenniger, D
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1998.
DescriptionXIV, 405 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThis volume contains the written versions of the lectures given at the 26th course of the renowned Saas-Fee series. The book represents a comprehensive and up-to-date review of the field of galaxy interaction. Nowadays, galaxies are no longer seen as immutable objects: they evolve, interact, merge, blaze, and reshape. Dynamic forces can induce powerful stellar activity able to transform the matter composition and morphology of galaxies. The lectures included in this book aim at a better understanding of these remarkable and fascinating phenomena. Though the book is intended for graduate students and young post-docs in astrophysics, it contains more advanced and original material, as well as historical perspectives, which will be of great interest to experts and astronomy teachers also
ISBN,Price9783540316305
Keyword(s)1. Astronomy, Observations and Techniques 2. Astronomy???Observations 3. ASTROPHYSICS 4. Astrophysics and Astroparticles 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. Observations, Astronomical
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TitleCosmology : The Structure and Evolution of the Universe
Author(s)Contopoulos, Georgios;Kotsakis, Dimitrios
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1987.
DescriptionXIV, 236 p. 40 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteFrom the reviews: "It survives the pitfalls of this fashion-conscious era by pursuing a rigorously independent-minded attitude to contemporary ideas. The level is introductory undergraduate, with rather little mathematics but a strong physical basis. ...The second part, on general relativity and cosmology, provides a good account of modern theoretical ideas, from rotating black holes to Grand Unified Theories and inflation. The third part is an excellent and profound discussion of the fundamental problems of cosmology. For anyone with a philosophical turn of mind this section alone makes the book essential reading." Nature
ISBN,Price9783642714641
Keyword(s)1. Astronomy, Observations and Techniques 2. Astronomy???Observations 3. ASTROPHYSICS 4. Astrophysics and Astroparticles 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. Observations, Astronomical
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