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11 Jose G. Funes , S.J.(ed.) Formation and evolution of galaxy disks: Proceedings of a conference organized by the Vatican Observatory held at the Centro Con 022334 2008 Book  
12 J. H. Knapen (ed.) Pathways through an eclectic universe: Proceedings of a conference held at Santiago del Teide, tenerife, Spain 23 - 27 April 200 022152 2008 Book  
13 Alan H. Bridle (ed.) Frontiers of astrophysics: A celebration of NRAO'S 50 th anniversary: Proceedings of a symposium held at National Radio Astronom 022156 2008 Book  
14 A. Loab (ed.) First light in the universe: Proceedings of the SAAS-FEE advanced course 26 held at Swiss Alps, 3 - 8 April, 2006 022432 2008 Book  
15 Gerard T. van Belle (ed.) 14th Cambridge workshop on cool stars, stellar systems, and the sun: Proceedings of a workshop held by Spitzer Science Center an 022016 2008 Book  
16 Jessica M. Chapman (ed.) Astrophysical masers and their environments: Proceedings of the 242th symposium of the international astronomical union held in 022012 2008 Book  
17 Francoise Combes (ed.) Galaxy evolution across the hubble time: Proceedings of the 235th symposium of the International Astronomical Union held in Prag 022005 2007 Book  
18 D. C. Backer (ed.) Revealing the molecular universe: One antenn is never enough: In honor of academic retirement of Jack Welch: Proceedings of a sy 022310 2006 Book  
19 Young Woon Kang (ed.) Seventh pacific RIM conference on stellar astrophysics: Proceedings of a workshop held at Sejong University, Seoul, Korea 1 - 5 022316 2007 Book  
20 Andy Adamson (ed.) Astronomical polarimetry: current status and future directions: Proceedings of a meeting held at Waikoloa Beach Marriott, Waikol 021992 2005 Book  
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TitleFormation and evolution of galaxy disks: Proceedings of a conference organized by the Vatican Observatory held at the Centro Convegni Matteo Ricci in rome, Italy 1 - 5 October 2007
Author(s)Jose G. Funes , S.J.(ed.);Enrico Maria Corsini (ed.)
PublicationSan Francisco, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2008.
Descriptionxxx, 496p.
Series(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series)
ISBN,Price9781583816622 : 0
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. ASPCS; 396 2. CHEMICAL EVOLUTION - GALAXY - PROC. 3. DISK EVOLUTION - PROC. 4. DISK FORMATION - PROC. 5. GALAXY EVOLUTION - PROC. 6. GALAXY FORMATION - PROC. 7. NEARBY GALAXY DISKS - PROC. 8. STAR FORMATION - PROC.
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TitlePathways through an eclectic universe: Proceedings of a conference held at Santiago del Teide, tenerife, Spain 23 - 27 April 2007 to celebrate John Bechman's 40 years in astrophysics
Author(s)J. H. Knapen (ed.);T. J. Mahoney (ed.);A. Vazdekis (ed.)
PublicationSan Francisco, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2008.
Descriptionxxv, 588p.
Series(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series)
Abstract NoteThis book contains the proceedings of a conference, held on 23-27 April in Tenerife, to discuss recent progress on star formation in galaxies. Presentations took into account advances in related areas such as the structure, dynamics, and evolution of galaxies, their stellar and dark matter components, central black holes as clues to their histories, the physics of the interstellar medium, and the feedback on all spatial scales between star formation and the host galaxy. This volume contains more than a hundred papers on these topics including invited reviews, invited and contributed talks, poster presentations, and two panel discussion sessions. These articles provide an in-depth assessment of the current state of the field, relate observations with theory, and link detailed studies of star formation in our own Galaxy with cosmology.
ISBN,Price9781583816509 : 0(HB)
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Keyword(s)1. ASPCS; 390 2. BECKMAN, JOHN - FESTSCHRIFTEN 3. BLACK HOLE - PROC. 4. DARK MATTER - PROC. 5. EVOLUTION OF GALAXIES - PROC. 6. FESTSCHRIFTEN - JOHN BECKMAN 7. GALAXY EVOLUTION - PROC. 8. STAR FORMATION - PROC.
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TitleFrontiers of astrophysics: A celebration of NRAO'S 50 th anniversary: Proceedings of a symposium held at National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA 18 - 21 June 2007
Author(s)Alan H. Bridle (ed.);James J. Condon (ed.);Gareth C. Hunt (ed.)
PublicationSan Francisco, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2008.
Descriptionxx, 390p.
Series(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series)
Abstract NoteIn celebration of its 50th anniversary, the NRAO hosted a science symposium highlighting the most important questions that can be addressed by astronomers. The universe is a unique laboratory yielding historical data on the creation of the universe, the formation of the first stars and galaxies, the production of the elements, the assembly of molecules and the building blocks of life in interstellar space, how and where planets form, and possible changes in fundamental physical constants on cosmological time scales. This “laboratory” contains black holes, neutron stars, and gravitational radiation for studying extreme gravity and extremely dense matter. It is filled with the mysterious dark energy and dark matter that control the expansion and destiny of the universe, and whole nature is a critical unsolved problem for physics. This symposium brought together leading scientists to address the most important questions in these areas, the major contributions to astronomy enabled by NRAO instruments—past, present, and future—and to suggest future directions for research involving radio observations and techniques.
ISBN,Price9781583816608 : US $ 77(HB)
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Keyword(s)1. ASPCS; 395 2. ASTROPHYSICS - PROC. 3. DARK ENERGY - PROC. 4. DARK MATTER - PROC. 5. EARLY UNIVERSE - PROC. 6. MILKY WAY - PROC. 7. NRAO 8. STAR FORMATION - PROC.
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TitleFirst light in the universe: Proceedings of the SAAS-FEE advanced course 26 held at Swiss Alps, 3 - 8 April, 2006
Author(s)A. Loab (ed.);A. Ferrara (ed.);R. S. Ellis (ed.)
PublicationBerlin, Springer, 2008.
Descriptionvii, 371p.
Series(Saas-Fee advanced course ; 36)
ISBN,Price9783540741626 : EUR 69.95(HB)
Classification524.8(069)
Keyword(s)1. ASTROPHYSICS - PROC. 2. COSMIC INFRARED BACKGROUND - PROC. 3. COSMIC REIONIZATION - PROC. 4. DISTANT GALAXIES - PROC. 5. FORMATION OF BLACK HOLES - PROC. 6. FORMATION OF STARS - PROC. 7. SAAS - FEE; 039 8. STAR FORMATION - PROC. 9. UNIVERSE - PROC.
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Title14th Cambridge workshop on cool stars, stellar systems, and the sun: Proceedings of a workshop held by Spitzer Science Center and Michelson Science Center at Hilton Pasadena hotel, Pasadena, California, USA 5 - 10 November 2006
Author(s)Gerard T. van Belle (ed.)
PublicationSan Francisco, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2008.
Descriptionxix, 441p.
Abstract NoteCool Stars 14 (CS14) was held in Pasadena, 5-10 November 2006, and was jointly hosted by the Spitzer Science Center and the Michelson Science Center. CS14 also doubled as the 2006 Spitzer Science Center November Workshop. Topics that were central to the previous Cool Stars Meetings—stellar activity indicators, the solar-stellar connection, PMS stars and stellar evolution, brown dwarfs, and helio-and asteroseismology—continued to be high on the agenda for CS14. Enhanced emphasis was also placed on topics such as mid-IR observations (debris disk evolution; protostar formation) and high-angular resolution observations (PMS disk imaging, PMS binary orbits, future space astrometry missions). Main plenary session topics included Helioseismology and Abundances, Star Formation (Cores to Disks), Brown Dwarfs, Solar/Stellar Magnetic Fields, Testing Stellar Evolutionary Models, Extrasolar Planets, and Stellar Winds an Spins: From Birth Through the Main Sequence. Additionally, nine splinter sessions examined the following topics in detail: Spectral Diagnostics of Hot Plasma from Cool Stars, The Formation of Low-Mass Protostars and Proto-BDs, Mining the Next Generation of Surveys for Cool Star Science, Stellar Ages, Disks around Cool Stars and Bds, Cool Stars in Hot Places, Habitability and Life on Planets around Cool Stars, Sub-Stellar Twins: Binarity in Bds, and Coronal Structure of PMS Stars. The presentations of the seven main sessions are detailed with reviews in this volume, in addition to summaries of the nine splinter sessions. The book is suitable for researchers and graduate students interested in the astrophysics of cool stars and the sun, including abundances, magnetohydrodynamics, circumstellar disks, stellar rotation, pulsation and mass loss.
ISBN,Price9781583813317 : US $77.00(HB)
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. ABUNDANCES - PROC. 2. ASPCS; 384 3. BROWN DWARFS - PROC. 4. EXTRASOLAR PLANETS - PROC. 5. HELIOSEISMOLOGY - PROC. 6. SOLAR MAGNETIC FIELD - PROC. 7. STAR FORMATION - PROC. 8. STELLAR MAGNETIC FIELDS - PROC. 9. STELLAR WINDS-PROC.
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TitleAstrophysical masers and their environments: Proceedings of the 242th symposium of the international astronomical union held in Alice Springs, Australia March 12 - 16, 2007
Author(s)Jessica M. Chapman (ed.);Willem A. Baan (ed.)
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Descriptionxxii, 533p.
Series(IAU Symposium)
ISBN,Price9780521874649 : UKP 65.5(HB)
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. GALACTIC MASER SURVEY - PROC. 2. GALACTIC STRUCTURE - PROC. 3. IAU SYMPOSIUM; 242 4. MASER THEORY - PROC. 5. MEGAMASERS - PROC. 6. STAR FORMATION - PROC. 7. STELLAR MASERS - PROC.
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TitleGalaxy evolution across the hubble time: Proceedings of the 235th symposium of the International Astronomical Union held in Prague, Czech Republic August 14 - 17, 2006
Author(s)Francoise Combes (ed.);Jan Palous (ed.)
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Descriptionxxii, 448p.
Series(IAU Symposium)
ISBN,Price9780521863445(HB)
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. EARLY UNIVERSE - PROC. 2. GALAXY EVOLUTION - PROC. 3. GALAXY FORMATION - PROC. 4. GALAXY MORPHOLOGY - PROC. 5. IAU SYMPOSIUM; 235 6. STAR FORMATION - PROC.
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TitleRevealing the molecular universe: One antenn is never enough: In honor of academic retirement of Jack Welch: Proceedings of a symposium held at University of California, Berkeley between 9 - 10 September 2005
Author(s)D. C. Backer (ed.);J. L. Turner (ed.);J. M. Moran (ed.)
PublicationSan Francisco 2006.
Descriptionxv, 314p.
Series(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series)
ISBN,Price9781583812242 : US $80.5(HB)
Keyword(s)1. ASPCS; 356 2. DEDICATEE - JACK WELCH 3. RADIO OBSERVATORY - PROC. 4. RADIO TELESCOPES - PROC. 5. STAR FORMATION - PROC. 6. TELESCOPE - PROC. 7. WELCH, JACK - DEDICATEE
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TitleSeventh pacific RIM conference on stellar astrophysics: Proceedings of a workshop held at Sejong University, Seoul, Korea 1 - 5 November 2005
Author(s)Young Woon Kang (ed.);Hee-Won Lee (ed.);Kwong-Sang Cheng (ed.);Kam-Ching Leung (ed.)
PublicationSan Francisco, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2007.
Descriptionxix, 322p.
Series(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series)
ISBN,Price9781583812303 : US $80.50(HB)
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. ASPCS; 362 2. BINARY SYSTEMS - PROC. 3. CATACLYSMICS BINARIES - PROC. 4. COMPACT STARS - PROC. 5. STAR FORMATION - PROC. 6. STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS - PROC. 7. STELLAR CLUSTERS - PROC.
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TitleAstronomical polarimetry: current status and future directions: Proceedings of a meeting held at Waikoloa Beach Marriott, Waikoloa, Hawai'i, USA 15-9 March 2004
Author(s)Andy Adamson (ed.);Colin Aspin (ed.);Chris J. Davis (ed.);Takuya Fujiyoshi (ed.)
PublicationSan Francisco, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2005.
Descriptionxviii, 530p.
Series(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series)
ISBN,Price1583812105 : US $77.00(HB)
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. ASPCS; 343 2. ASTRONOMICAL POLARIMETRY - PROC. 3. COSMOLOGY - PROC. 4. EXTRAGALACTIC ASTRONOMY - PROC. 5. EXTRASOLAR PLANETS - PROC. 6. MOLECULAR CLOUDS - PROC. 7. SOLAR SYSTEM - PROC. 8. STAR FORMATION - PROC. 9. STARS - PROC.
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