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1 Alan Penny (ed.) Planetary system in the universe: Observation, formation and evolution: Proceedings of the 202nd symposium of the international 021296 2004 Book  
2 MENZIES, JOHN (ED.) Microlensing 2000 : A new era in microlensing astrophysics : Proceedings of a meeting hled at Cape Town, South Africa, February 018983 2001 Book  
3 BLADES, J.C. (ED.) Hubble's science legacy : Future optical/ultraviolet astronomy from space : Proceedings of a workshop held at University of Chic 019028 2003 Book  
4 Montesinos, Benjamin (ed.) Evolving sun and its influence on planetary environments : Proceedings of a workshop held at Instituto de Astrofisica de Andaluc 019010 2002 Book  
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TitlePlanetary system in the universe: Observation, formation and evolution: Proceedings of the 202nd symposium of the international astronomical union held at University of Manchester, United Kingdom between August 7 - 10, 2000
Author(s)Alan Penny (ed.);Pawel Artymowicz (ed.);Anne-Marie Lagrange (ed.);Sara Russell (ed.)
PublicationSan Francisco, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2004.
Description480p.
Series(IAU Symposium)
ISBN,Price1583811761 : US $95.00
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. EXTRA SOLAR PLANETS - PROC. 2. EXTRASOLAR PLANETS - PROC. 3. IAU SYMPOSIUM; 202 4. PLANET FORMATION - PROC. 5. PLANETS ATMOSPHERES - PROC. 6. PROTOPLANETARY DISKS - PROC.
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TitleMicrolensing 2000 : A new era in microlensing astrophysics : Proceedings of a meeting hled at Cape Town, South Africa, February 21-25, 2000
Author(s)John Menzies (ed.);Penny D. Sackett (ed.)
PublicationCalifornia, USA, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2001.
Descriptionxiv, 401p
Series(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series; 239)
Contents NoteIn the short span of one decade, microlensing has grown from a theoretical concept to an observational science that is now being used as a tool to study a wide range of astronomical problems. This meeting centered on the symbiotic interface betweeen microlensing and other areas of astronomy, focusing on the new information that microlensing astrophysics can provide.
ISBN,Price1583810765 : US $ 57.00
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. ASPCS; 239 2. COSMOLOGICAL MICROLENSING - PROC. 3. EXTRA SOLAR PLANETS - PROC. 4. GALACTIC STRUCTURE - PROC. 5. MICROLENSING - PROC. 6. MICROLENSING ASTROPHYSICS - PROC. 7. STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS - PROC. 8. STELLAR ATMOSPHERES - PROC.
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TitleHubble's science legacy : Future optical/ultraviolet astronomy from space : Proceedings of a workshop held at University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2-5 April 2002
Author(s)Kenneth R. Sembach (ed.);J.C. Blades (ed.);Garth D. Illingworth (ed.);Robert C. Kennicutt, Jr. (ed.)
PublicationCalifornia, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2003.
Descriptionxxiii, 429p.
Series(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series; 291)
Contents NoteIn 2010 the Hubble Space telescope is expected to have completed its two-decade mission,. Its enormous scientific legacy will be furthered in part by other missions, including the Next Generation Space Telescope, but the lack of optical-UV capability in space after 2010 will likely have a significant scientific impact. This workshop aimed at looking beyond HST at the scientific challenges of the next decade, and then at the types of missions and the technologies needed to reach those goals.
ISBN,Price1583811362 : US $ 57.00
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. ASPCS; 291 2. ASTROPHYSICS - 2010-2020 3. BLACK HOLE - PROC. 4. COSMOLOGY - PROC. 5. EXTRA SOLAR PLANETS - PROC. 6. GALAXIES - PROC. 7. HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE - PROC. 8. PLANET FORMATION - PROC. 9. SOLAR PHYSICS - PROC. 10. SOLAR SYSTEM - PROC. 11. STAR FORMATION - PROC. 12. STELLAR PHYSICS - PROC.
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TitleEvolving sun and its influence on planetary environments : Proceedings of a workshop held at Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia, Granada, Spain during 18-20 June 2001
Author(s)Benjamin Montesinos (ed.);Alvaro Gimenez (ed.);Edward F. Guinan (ed.)
PublicationCalifornia, Astronomy Society of the Pacific, 2002.
Descriptionxiii, 367p.
Series(Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series)
Contents NoteThe aim of the second Granada Workshop was to provide a meeting point for scientists of different disciplines, mainly Astrophysicists, Planetary Physicists and Biochemists, to exchange results on the above topics and ideas for future work.
ISBN,Price1583811095 : USD 57.00
Classification520/524(069)
Keyword(s)1. ASPCS; 269 2. ASTROBIOLOGY- PROC. 3. ASTROPHYSICS - PROC. 4. BIOCHEMISTRY-PROC. 5. BROWN DWARFS - PROC. 6. EXTRA SOLAR PLANETS - PROC. 7. EXTRASOLAR PLANETS - PROC. 8. GRANADA WORKSHOP; 2 9. PLANET-PROC. 10. SOLAR SYSTEM - PROC. 11. SUN - PROC.
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