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1 Sarah Dodson-Robinson Origins of Giant Planets, Volume 1: Disk, dust, and planetesimals OB1709 2021 eBook  
2 Nader Haghighipour (ed.) Planets in binary star systems 024383 2010 Book  
3 Nadine G Barlow Mars: An Introduction to its Interior, Surface and Atmosphere 023809 2008 Book  
4 Philip J. Armitage Astrophysics of planet formation 023399 2010 Book  
5 M. Ollivier Planetary systems: Detection, formation and habitability of extrasolar planets 022444 2009 Book  
6 Gilles Chabrier (ed.) Structure formation in astrophysics 022356 2009 Book  
7 Caleb A. Scharf Extrasolar planets and astrobiology 022375 2009 Book  
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TitleOrigins of Giant Planets, Volume 1: Disk, dust, and planetesimals
Author(s)Sarah Dodson-Robinson
PublicationBristol, Institute of Physics Publishing, 2021.
Abstract Note Origins of Giant Planets is a comprehensive overview of giant planet formation aimed at new researchers in the field. With the capability of the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) to push the mass limit for direct imaging of young planets down to Saturn's scale, observations within the next ten years are likely to bring meaningful constraints to models of giant planet formation. Volume one covers protoplanetary disk theory, dynamics of planet-forming dust and ice, collisional grain growth, and planetesimal formation. All theoretical models are benchmarked against empirical knowledge gleaned from disk observations, laboratory research, meteoritics, and solar system dynamics. After reading this book, students and postdocs will be ready to start their own original research into planet formation. Origins of Giant Planets is also a useful reference for senior researchers seeking interdisciplinary connections between astrophysics, planetary science, and cosmochemistry.
ISBN,Price9780750321365 : £ 180.00(Online)
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS 3. GAINT PLANET FORMATION 4. JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE 5. PLANET FORMATION
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TitlePlanets in binary star systems
Author(s)Nader Haghighipour (ed.)
PublicationDordrecht, Springer, 2010.
Descriptionviii, 332p.
Series(Astrophysics and Space Science Library)
Abstract Notehe discovery of extrasolar planets over the past decade has had major impacts on our understanding of the formation and dynamical evolution of planetary systems. There are features and characteristics unseen in our solar system and unexplainable by the current theories of planet formation and dynamics. Among these new surprises is the discovery of planets in binary and multiple-star systems. The discovery of such 'binary-planetary' systems has confronted astrodynamicists with many new challenges, and has led them to re-examine the theories of planet formation and dynamics.
ISBN,Price9789048186860 : Euro 119.95(HB)
Classification524.383/.387
Keyword(s)1. BINARY STARS 2. EXPLANETS 3. EXTRASOLAR PLANETS 4. GIANT PLANETS 5. PLANET FORMATION 6. PLANETESIMALS 7. PROTO-PLANETARY DISKS 8. PROTO-PLANETS 9. TERRESTRIAL PLANETS
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TitleMars: An Introduction to its Interior, Surface and Atmosphere
Author(s)Nadine G Barlow
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Descriptionxii, 264p.
Series(Cambridge planetary science series)
Abstract Noteur knowledge of Mars has changed dramatically in the past 40 years due to the wealth of information provided by Earth-based and orbiting telescopes, and spacecraft investigations. Recent observations suggest that water has played a major role in the climatic and geologic history of the planet. This textbook covers our current understanding of the planet's formation, geology, atmosphere, interior, surface properties, and potential for life. This interdisciplinary textbook encompasses the fields of geology, chemistry, atmospheric sciences, geophysics, and astronomy. Each chapter introduces the necessary background information to help the non-specialist understand the topics explored. It includes results from missions through 2006, including the latest insights from Mars Express and the Mars Exploration Rovers. Containing the most up-to-date information on Mars, this textbook is essential reading for graduate courses, and an important reference for researchers.
ISBN,Price9780521852265 : UKP 52.00(HB)
Classification523.43
Keyword(s)1. MARS 2. MARS - ATMOSPHERE 3. MARS - FORMATION 4. MARS - GEOLOGY 5. MARS - INTERIOR 6. PLANET FORMATION
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TitleAstrophysics of planet formation
Author(s)Philip J. Armitage
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Descriptionx, 284p.
Abstract NoteGraduate-level textbook on planet formation, incorporating knowledge gained from extrasolar planet discoveries • Summarizes all phases of planet formation so it can be understood by readers with diverse backgrounds in planetary science, and observational and theoretical astronomy • Focuses on the basic physical principles underlying the formation and evolution of planetary systems.
ISBN,Price9780521887458 : UKP 40.00(HB)
Classification523.4-52
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 3. GAINT PLANET FORMATION 4. PLANET FORMATION 5. PLANETARY SYSTEM 6. PLANETARY SYSTEMS - EVOLUTION 7. PLANETESIMAL FORMATION 8. TERRESTRIAL PLANET FORMATION
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TitlePlanetary systems: Detection, formation and habitability of extrasolar planets
Author(s)M. Ollivier;T. Encrenaz ;F. Roques;F. Selsis
PublicationBerlin, Springer, 2009.
Descriptionxiii, 340p.
ISBN,Price9783540757474 : 84.95(HB)
Classification524.4
Keyword(s)1. EXOPLANETS 2. EXTRASOLAR PLANETS 3. PLANET FORMATION 4. SOLAR SYSTEM
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TitleStructure formation in astrophysics
Author(s)Gilles Chabrier (ed.)
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Descriptionx, 444p.
Series(Cambridge Contemporary Astrophysics)
ISBN,Price9780521887793 : UKP 75.00(HB)
Classification524.85
Keyword(s)1. ASTROPHYSICS 2. BROWN DWARF FORMATION 3. CONTEMPORARY STAR 4. EBOOK 5. EBOOK - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 6. GALAXY FORMATION 7. PLANET FORMATION 8. STARS 9. STRUCTURE FORMATION
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TitleExtrasolar planets and astrobiology
Author(s)Caleb A. Scharf
PublicationSausalito, California, University Science Books, 2009.
Descriptionxvii, 470p.
ISBN,Price9781891389559 : US $76.50(HB)
Classification523.4-88
Keyword(s)1. ASTROBIOLOGY 2. COSMOCHEMISTRY 3. EXTRASOLAR PLANETS 4. PLANET FORMATION 5. STAR FORMATION
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