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1 Kenneth R. Lang The life and death of stars OB0636 Book  
2 Matthias Bartelmann Theoretical astrophysics: An Introduction 024735 2013 Book  
3 Icko Iben Stellar evolution physics Vol. 1: Physical Processes in Stelar Interiors 024693 2013 Book  
4 Icko Iben Stellar evolution physics Vol. 2: Advanced Evolution of Single Stars 024694 2013 Book  
5 W.M. Smart Stellar dynamics 019780 1938 Book  
6 Thompson, M.J. (ed.) Stellar astrophysical fluid dynamics 018311 2003 Book  
7 Pieter Timotheus de Zeeuw Dynamics of triaxial stellar systems 008574 1956 Book  
8 W.M. Smart Stellar kinematics 008542 1968 Book  
9 Dino Boccaletti Theory of orbits: volume 1: Integrable systems and non-perturbative methods 013238 1996 Book  
10 J.H. Jeans Problems of cosmogony and stellar dynamics: Being an essay to which the Adams prize of the University of Cambridge for the year 012623 1919 Book  
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TitleThe life and death of stars
Author(s)Kenneth R. Lang
Description1 online resource (xiv, 332 pages) : digital, PDF file(s)
Abstract NoteIn this well-illustrated text, Kenneth R. Lang explains the life cycle of stars, from the dense molecular clouds that are stellar nurseries to the enigmatic nebulae some stars leave behind in their violent ends. Free of mathematical equations and technical jargon, Lang's lively and accessible text provides physical insights into how stars such as our Sun are born, what fuels them and keeps them bright, how they evolve and the processes by which they eventually die. The book demonstrates the sheer scope and variety of stellar phenomena in the context of the universe as a whole. Boxed focus elements enhance and amplify the discussion for readers looking for more depth. Featuring more than 150 figures, including color plates, The Life and Death of Stars is a modern and up-to-date account of stars written for a broad audience, from armchair astronomers and popular science readers to students and teachers of science
Contents NoteLight of the Sun -- Gravity and Motion -- Atomic and Subatomic Particles -- Transmutation of the Elements -- What Makes the Sun Shine? -- The Extended Solar Atmosphere -- Comparisons of the Sun with Other Stars -- The Lives of Stars -- The Material Between the Stars -- New Stars Arise from the Darkness -- Stellar End States -- A Larger, Expanding Universe -- Birth, Life, and Death of the Universe
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Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 3. STARS 4. STELLAR DYNAMICS
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TitleTheoretical astrophysics: An Introduction
Author(s)Matthias Bartelmann
PublicationWeinheim, Wiley-VCH Verlag, 2013.
Descriptionxx, 326p.
Abstract NoteThis book provides a comprehensive overview and introduces the basic theoretical concepts relevant for modern astrophysics. The book is structured in a modular way and can also be used by other researchers who want to refresh their memory of theoretical aspects in astrophysics.
ISBN,Price9783527410040 : US $ 110.00(PB)
Classification52-1/-8
Keyword(s)1. ASTROPHYSICS 2. HYDRODYNAMICS 3. MAGNETO-HYDRODYNAMICS 4. PLASMA PHYSICS 5. RADIATION PROCESSES 6. STELLAR DYNAMICS
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TitleStellar evolution physics Vol. 1: Physical Processes in Stelar Interiors
Author(s)Icko Iben
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Descriptionxvi, 889
Abstract NoteThis text describes the microscopic physics operating in stars and demonstrates how stars respond from formation, through hydrogen-burning phases, up to the onset of helium burning. Intended for beginning graduate students and senior undergraduates with a solid background in physics, it illustrates the intricate interplay between the microscopic physical processes and the stars' macroscopic responses. The volume starts with the gravitationally contracting phase which carries the star from formation to the core hydrogen-burning main sequence, through the main sequence phase, through shell hydrogen-burning phases as a red giant, up to the onset of core helium burning. Particular emphasis is placed on describing the gravothermal responses of stars to nuclear transformations in the interior and energy loss from the surface, responses which express the very essence of stellar evolution. The volume is replete with many illustrations and detailed numerical solutions to prepare the reader to program and calculate evolutionary models.
ISBN,Price9781107016569 : UKP 95.00[Set](HB)
Classification524.3-54
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 3. EVOLUTION OF STARS 4. NEUTRINO PHYSICS 5. STELLAR DYNAMICS 6. STELLAR EVOLUTION 7. STELLAR INTERIORS
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TitleStellar evolution physics Vol. 2: Advanced Evolution of Single Stars
Author(s)Icko Iben
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Descriptionx, pp.893-1995
Abstract NoteThis volume explains the microscopic physics operating in stars in advanced stages of their evolution and describes with many numerical examples and illustrations how they respond to this microphysics. Models of low and intermediate mass are evolved through the core helium-burning phase, the asymptotic giant branch phase (alternating shell hydrogen and helium burning) and through the final cooling white dwarf phase. A massive model is carried from the core helium-burning phase through core and shell carbon-burning phases. Gravothermal responses to nuclear reaction-induced transformations and energy loss from the surface are described in detail. Written for senior graduate students and researchers who have mastered the principles of stellar evolution, as developed in the first volume of Stellar Evolution Physics, sufficient attention is paid to how numerical solutions are obtained to enable the reader to engage in model construction on a professional level.
ISBN,Price9781107016576 : UKP 95.00 [Set](HB)
Classification524.3-54
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 3. STELLAR DYNAMICS 4. STELLAR EVOLUTION 5. STELLAR INTERIORS
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TitleStellar dynamics
Author(s)W.M. Smart
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1938.
Descriptionviii, 434p.
ISBN,PriceRs.434.00(p)
Classification524.3:521.1
Keyword(s)1. STARS 2. STELLAR DYNAMICS 3. STELLAR STATISTICS
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TitleStellar astrophysical fluid dynamics
Author(s)Thompson, M.J. (ed.);Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jorgen (ed.)
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2003.
Description416p.
Contents NoteThis volume, "Stellar Astrophyscial Fluid Dynamics", arises from a meeting held 25-29 June 2001 to celebrate the sixtieth birthday earlier that year of Douglas Gough.
ISBN,Price0521818095 : UKP 60.00
Classification524.3:52-78
Keyword(s)1. ASTEROSEISMOLOGY 2. ASTROPHYSICAL FLUID DYNAMICS 3. ASTROPHYSICS 4. EBOOK 5. EBOOK - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 6. FESTSCHRIFTEN-DOUGLAS GOUGH 7. FLUID DYNAMICS 8. STELLAR ASTROPHYSICAL FLUID DYNAMICS 9. STELLAR DYNAMICS 10. STELLAR INTERIORS
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TitleDynamics of triaxial stellar systems
Author(s)Pieter Timotheus de Zeeuw
Publication-, Geboren te Schoonoord, 1956.
Description266pp.
Classification524.728
Keyword(s)1. ELLIPTICAL GALAXY 2. STELLAR DYNAMICS 3. THESIS 4. TRIAXIAL SYSTEMS
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TitleStellar kinematics
Author(s)W.M. Smart
PublicationNew York, John Wiley and Sons, 1968.
Descriptionviii,320pp.
Classification524.3:521.1
Keyword(s)1. STELLAR DYNAMICS 2. STELLAR KINEMATICS
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TitleTheory of orbits: volume 1: Integrable systems and non-perturbative methods
Author(s)Dino Boccaletti;G. Pucacco
PublicationBerlin, Springer-Verlag, 1996.
Series(Astronomy and Astrophysics Library)
ISBN,Price3-540-58963-5
Classification521.3
Keyword(s)1. CELESTIAL MECHANICS 2. CHAOS 3. ORBIT THEORY 4. STELLAR DYNAMICS
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TitleProblems of cosmogony and stellar dynamics: Being an essay to which the Adams prize of the University of Cambridge for the year 1917 was adjudged
Author(s)J.H. Jeans
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1919.
Classification523-52
Keyword(s)1. ADAMS ESSAY PRIZE 2. COSMOGONY 3. LYTTLETON COLLECTION 4. STELLAR DYNAMICS
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