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11 Guth, Alan H. Inflationary universe: The quest for a new theory of cosmic origins 019889 1998 Book  
12 JONES, MARK H. (ED.) Introduction to galaxies and cosmology 019217 2003, 2004 Book  
13 Scientific American New astronomy 019755 1955 Book  
14 Vicent J. Martinez Statistics of the galaxy distribution 017742 2002 Book  
15 Douglas Adams Hitch Hiker's guide to the galaxy: A trilogy in four parts 010419 1984 Book  
16 Leo Blitz (ed.) Center, bulge, and disk of the milky way 009162 1992 Book  
17 C.M. Carollo (ed.) Formation of galactic bulges : Proc. on when and how do bulges form and evolve held at the Space Telescope Science Institute, Ba 016830 2000 Book  
18 Linda S. Sparke Galaxies in the Universe : An introduction 016795 2000 Book  
19 J.E. Barnes (ed.) Galaxy interactions at low and high redshift : Proc. of the 186th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, held at K 016087 1999 Book  
20 Halton Arp Seeing Red : Redshifts, cosmology and academic science 015549 1998 Book  
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TitleInflationary universe: The quest for a new theory of cosmic origins
Author(s)Alan H. Guth
PublicationCambridge, Perseus Publishing, 1998.
Descriptionxv, 358p.
ISBN,Price0201328402 : USD 18.50
Classification524.85
Keyword(s)1. ATOMS 2. BIG BANG THEORY 3. COSMIC ORIGINS 4. COSMOLOGY 5. ELECTRONS 6. GALAXY 7. INFLATIONARY THEORY 8. INFLATIONARY UNIVERSE 9. NEUTRONS 10. PARTICLE PHYSICS 11. PLANETS 12. PROTONS 13. QUANTUM PARTICLES 14. QUANTUM THEORY 15. STARS 16. THEORY OF BANG 17. THEORY OF THE AFTERMATH OF A BANG 18. UNIVERSE
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TitleIntroduction to galaxies and cosmology
Author(s)Mark H. Jones (ed.);Robert J. Lambourne
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2003, 2004.
Description435p.
Contents NoteCompiled by a team of experts from The Open University and other UK universities, this textbook has been designed for elementary university courses in astronomy and astrophysics. It starts with a detailed discussion of the structure and history of our own Galaxy, the Milky, and goes on to give a general introduction to normal and active galaxies. The second part of the book provides an overview of the wide range of cosmological models and discusses the big bang and the expansion of the universe. This is supported by a website hosting further teaching materials: http://publishing.cambridge.org/resources/0521546230
ISBN,Price0521546230 : Sterling Pounds 29.95
Classification524.6/.8
Keyword(s)1. COSMOLOGY 2. GALAXY 3. TEXTBOOK-ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPH
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019217   524.6/.8/JON/019217  On Shelf    

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TitleNew astronomy
Author(s)Scientific American
PublicationNew York, Simon and Schuster, 1955.
Descriptionx, 243p.
ISBN,PriceUS $1.00
Classification52
Keyword(s)1. ASTRONOMY 2. GALAXY 3. M.V.S. 4. RADIO TELESCOPES 5. SPACE DYNAMICS 6. STARS 7. STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSE 8. SUN
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019755   52/SCI/019755  On Shelf    
E00143   52/SCI/E00143  Issued IS017: Muktangan Vidnyan Shodhika, C/O Samir Dhurde 20/Jun/2011

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TitleStatistics of the galaxy distribution
Author(s)Vicent J. Martinez;Enn Saar
PublicationBoca Raton, Chapman and Hall, 2002.
Classification524.6
Keyword(s)1. CLUMPY UNIVERSE 2. CLUSTERS - GALAXIES 3. COSMOGRAPHY 4. GALAXY 5. GALAXY DISTRIBUTION
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TitleHitch Hiker's guide to the galaxy: A trilogy in four parts : Part 1:Hitch Hiker's guide to the galaxy; Part 2:Restaurant at the end of the universe; Part 3:Life, the universe and everything; Part 4:So long, and thanks for all the fish
Author(s)Douglas Adams
PublicationLondon, Pan Books, 1984.
Classification524.86
Keyword(s)GALAXY
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010419   524.86/ADA/010419  On Shelf    

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TitleCenter, bulge, and disk of the milky way
Author(s)Leo Blitz (ed.)
PublicationDordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992.
Descriptionix,167pp.
Series(Astrophysics and Space Science Library)
Classification524.6
Keyword(s)1. GALAXY 2. MILKY WAY
Item TypeBook
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009162   524.6/BLI/009162  On Shelf    

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TitleFormation of galactic bulges : Proc. on when and how do bulges form and evolve held at the Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore on October 5-7, 1998
Author(s)C.M. Carollo (ed.);H.C. Ferguson (ed.);R.F.G. Wyse (ed.)
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Description207p.
Series(Cambridge Contemporary Astrophysics)
Abstract NoteBulges lie at the center of spiral galaxies. Until recently, they were thought to host uniquely old stellar populations and thus provide a key for understanding galaxy formation. Recent observations from the ground and space have drastically changed our view on the nature of bulges and shown that they can also contain dust, gas, and star-forming regions. This timely volume presents review articles by a panel of international experts who gathered at a conference at the Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, to address several fundamental questions: What is a bulge? When and how did bulges form? And, on what timescales? This volume provides a state-of-the-art picture of our new understanding of these fundamental building-blocks of galaxies, and a stimulating reference point for all those interested in galaxy formation.
ISBN,Price0521663342(EB)
Classification524.66(069)
Keyword(s)1. BULGE FORMATION - PROC. 2. BULGES - PROC. 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 5. EGGEN, OLIN - DEDICATEE 6. GALACTIC BULGE - PROC. 7. GALAXY 8. SPIRAL GALAXIES - PROC.
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016830   524.66(069)/CAR/016830  On Shelf    
OB0122   524.66(069)/CAR/OB0122  On Shelf    

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TitleGalaxies in the Universe : An introduction
Author(s)Linda S. Sparke;John S. Gallagher III
Edition2nd. (Acc.#21584)
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2000.
DescriptionA#16795 - viii, 379p.; A#ix, 431p.
Contents NoteGalaxies are the places where gas turns into luminous stars, powered by nuclear reactions that also produce most of the chemical elements. but the gas and stars are only the tip of an iceberg; a galaxy consists mostly of dark matter, which we know only by the pull of its gravity. This book presents the astrophysics of galaxies since their beginnings in the early universe. The second edition is extensively illustrated with the most recent observational data. It includes sections on galaxy clusters. gamma ray bursts and supermassive black holes.
ISBN,Price0-521-59740-4 : SP 70.00
Classification524.6
Keyword(s)1. ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI 2. ELLIPTICAL GALAXIES 3. GALAXIES - EARLY HISTORY 4. GALAXY 5. LARGE SCALE DISTRIBUTION - GALAXIES 6. LOCAL GROUP 7. MILKY WAY 8. PRE GALACTIC ERA 9. SPIRAL GALAXIES 10. STARS
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016795   524.6/SPA/016795  Issued MS28: Shreya Mukherjee 05/Mar/2024
021584   524.6/SPA/021584  Issued PJ05: Jyoti Prakash 13/May/2023

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TitleGalaxy interactions at low and high redshift : Proc. of the 186th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, held at Kyoto, Japan, 26-30 August, 1997
Author(s)J.E. Barnes (ed.);D.B. Sanders (ed.)
PublicationDordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999.
Descriptionxxvi, 519p.
ISBN,Price0-7923-5833-3
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. GALAXY 2. GALAXY INTERACTIONS 3. HIGH REDSHIFT 4. IAU SYMPOSIUM; 186 5. NUCLEAR ACTIVITY 6. STARBURSTS - PROC.
Item TypeBook
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016087   520/524(069)/I.A.U.S./016087  On Shelf    
OB2020   520/524(069)/I.A.U.S./  On Shelf    

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TitleSeeing Red : Redshifts, cosmology and academic science
Author(s)Halton Arp
PublicationMontreal, Canada, APEIRON, 1998.
Descriptioniv, 306p.
ISBN,Price0-9683689-1-3
Classification524.63-77:524.822
Keyword(s)1. COSMOLOGY 2. GALAXY 3. QUASARS 4. REDSHIFTS
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015549   524.63-77:524.822/ARP/015549  On Shelf    

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