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An Introduction to the Theory of Stellar Structure and Evolution - 2138985903

274,95 zł

An Introduction to the Theory of Stellar Structure and Evolution Cambridge Univeristy Press

Księgarnia / Cambridge University Press / Astrofizyka

An Introduction to the Theory of Stellar Structure and Evolution 2nd Edition Autor: Dina Prialnik Podręcznik dla undergraduate students, graduate students Using fundamental physics, the theory of stellar structure and evolution can predict how stars are born, how their complex internal structure changes, what nuclear fuel they burn, and their ultimate fate. This textbook is a stimulating introduction for undergraduates in astronomy, physics and applied mathematics, taking a course on the physics of stars. It uniquely emphasises the basic physical principles governing stellar structure and evolution. This second edition contains two new chapters on mass loss from stars and interacting binary stars, and new exercises. Clear and methodical, it explains the processes in simple terms, while maintaining mathematical rigour. Starting from general principles, this textbook leads students step-by-step to a global, comprehensive understanding of the subject. Fifty exercises and full solutions allow students to test their understanding. No prior knowledge of astronomy is required, and only a basic background in physics and mathematics is necessary. Spis treści: 1. Observations and assumptions 2. Equations of stellar evolution 3. Physics of gas and radiation 4. Nuclear processes 5. Equilibrium - simple models 6. Stability of stars 7. Evolution of stars - schematic picture 8. Mass loss from stars 9. The evolution of stars - a detailed picture 10. Exotic stars: supernovae, pulsars, black holes 11. Interacting binary stars 12. The stellar life cycle Appendixes References Index.dla: undergraduate students, graduate students isbn9780521866040stron330Data publikacji29/10/200923 b/w illus. 50 exercisesHardback247 x 174 mm

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Stellar Structure And Evolution - 2846023959

479,99 zł

Stellar Structure And Evolution

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Mathematics & science>Astronomy, space & time>Galaxies & starsKsiążki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Mathem...

Thoroughly Revised For Its 2nd Edition, This Book Presents State-of-the-art Coverage Of Stellar Physics, And Interprets Sophisticated Current Stellar Models. A Comprehensive View Of The Physics Of The Stellar Interior And Underlying Processes And Paramete

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Stellar Structure and Evolution - 2826680758

488,68 zł

Stellar Structure and Evolution Springer, Berlin

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

§Dieses Lehrbuch gibt eine vollständige Darstellung der Physik der Sternatmosphäre, deren physikalische Prozesse und Größen. Behandelt werden die Sternmodelle, die die Stabilität, Dynamik, und Entwicklung von Sternen beschreiben, und die verschiedenen Lebensstadien eines Sterns. Das Buch bietet Studenten und Wissenschaftlern einen einzigartigen Überblick über das Forschungsgebiet. This text gives a complete and comprehensive treatment of the physics of the stellar interior and the underlying fundamental processes and parameters. The models developed to explain the stability, dynamics and evolution of the stars are presented, and great care is taken to detail the various stages in a star's life. The authors have written a unique text based on their own pioneering work in stellar modeling. Since its publication, this textbook has come to be considered a classic by readers and teachers in astrophysics. This study edition is meant for students in astronomy and physics alike.

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Structure Formation in Astrophysics - 2138985930

574,95 zł

Structure Formation in Astrophysics Cambridge Univeristy Press

Księgarnia / Cambridge University Press / Astrofizyka

Structure Formation in Astrophysics Autor: Edited by Gilles ChabrierUnderstanding the formation of objects at all scales in the universe, from galaxy clusters to stars and planets, is a major problem in modern astrophysics, and one of the most exciting challenges of twenty-first century astronomy. Even though they are characterized by different scales, the formation of planets, stars and galaxies share many common physical processes and are rooted in the same underlying domains of physics. This unique reference for graduate students and researchers in astrophysics was the first to cover structure formation on various scales in one volume. This book gathers together extensive reviews written by world experts in physics and astrophysics working in planet, star and galaxy formation, and related subjects. It addresses current issues in these fields and describes the recent observational status and theoretical and numerical methods aimed at understanding these problems. Spis treści: Part I. Physical Processes and Numerical Methods Common to Structure Formations in Astrophysics: 1. The physics of turbulence E. LevĂŞque 2. The numerical simulation of turbulence W. Schmidt 3. Numerical methods for radiation magnetohydrodynamics in astrophysics R. Klein and J. Stone 4. The role of jets in the formation of planets, stars, and galaxies R. Banerjee, R. Pudritz and R. Ouyed 5. Advanced numerical methods in astrophysical fluid dynamics A. Hujeirat and F. Heitsch Part II. Structure and Star Formation in the Primordial Universe: 6. New frontiers in cosmology and galaxy formation challenges for the future R. Ellis and J. Silk 7. Galaxy formation physics T. Abel, G. Bryan and R. Teyssier 8. First stars formation, evolution, feedback effects V. Bromm, A. Ferrara and A. Heger Part III. Contemporary Star and Brown Dwarf Formation: a) Cloud Formation and Fragmentation: 9. Diffuse interstellar medium and the formation of molecular clouds P. Hennebelle, M. Mac Low and E. Vazquez-Semadeni 10. The formation of distributed and clustered stars in molecular clouds T. Megeath, Z. -Y. Li and A. Nordlund b) Core Fragmentation and Star Formation: 11. The formation and evolution of prestellar cores P. AndrĂŠ, S. Basu and S. Inutsuka 12. Models for the formation of massive stars Part IV. Protoplanetary Disks and Planet Formation M. Krumholz and I. Bonnell: 13. Observational properties of disks and young stellar objects G. DuchĂŞne, F. MĂŠnard, J. Muzzerolle and S. Mohanty 14. Structure and dynamics of protoplanetary disks C. Dullemond, R. Durisen and J. Papaloizou 15. Planet formation and evolution theory and observation Y. Alibert, I. Baraffe, W. Benz, G. Laughlin and S. Udry 16. Planet formation assembling the puzzle G. Wurm and T. Guillot Part V. Summary: 17. Open issues in small- and large-scale structure formation R. Klessen and M. Mac Low 18. Final word E. Salpeter.dla: academic researchers, graduate students isbn9780521887793stron454Data publikacji15/01/2009Hardback247 x 174 mm

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Structure Formation in Astrophysics - 2138985482

224,95 zł

Structure Formation in Astrophysics Cambridge Univeristy Press

Księgarnia / Cambridge University Press / Astrofizyka

Structure Formation in Astrophysics Autor: Edited by Gilles ChabrierUnderstanding the formation of objects at all scales in the universe, from galaxy clusters to stars and planets, is a major problem in modern astrophysics, and one of the most exciting challenges of twenty-first century astronomy. Even though they are characterized by different scales, the formation of planets, stars and galaxies share many common physical processes and are rooted in the same underlying domains of physics. This unique reference for graduate students and researchers in astrophysics was the first to cover structure formation on various scales in one volume. This book gathers together extensive reviews written by world experts in physics and astrophysics working in planet, star and galaxy formation, and related subjects. It addresses current issues in these fields and describes the recent observational status and theoretical and numerical methods aimed at understanding these problems. Spis treści: Part I. Physical Processes and Numerical Methods Common to Structure Formations in Astrophysics: 1. The physics of turbulence E. LevĂŞque 2. The numerical simulation of turbulence W. Schmidt 3. Numerical methods for radiation magnetohydrodynamics in astrophysics R. Klein and J. Stone 4. The role of jets in the formation of planets, stars, and galaxies R. Banerjee, R. Pudritz and R. Ouyed 5. Advanced numerical methods in astrophysical fluid dynamics A. Hujeirat and F. Heitsch Part II. Structure and Star Formation in the Primordial Universe: 6. New frontiers in cosmology and galaxy formation challenges for the future R. Ellis and J. Silk 7. Galaxy formation physics T. Abel, G. Bryan and R. Teyssier 8. First stars formation, evolution, feedback effects V. Bromm, A. Ferrara and A. Heger Part III. Contemporary Star and Brown Dwarf Formation: a) Cloud Formation and Fragmentation: 9. Diffuse interstellar medium and the formation of molecular clouds P. Hennebelle, M. Mac Low and E. Vazquez-Semadeni 10. The formation of distributed and clustered stars in molecular clouds T. Megeath, Z. -Y. Li and A. Nordlund b) Core Fragmentation and Star Formation: 11. The formation and evolution of prestellar cores P. AndrĂŠ, S. Basu and S. Inutsuka 12. Models for the formation of massive stars Part IV. Protoplanetary Disks and Planet Formation M. Krumholz and I. Bonnell: 13. Observational properties of disks and young stellar objects G. DuchĂŞne, F. MĂŠnard, J. Muzzerolle and S. Mohanty 14. Structure and dynamics of protoplanetary disks C. Dullemond, R. Durisen and J. Papaloizou 15. Planet formation and evolution theory and observation Y. Alibert, I. Baraffe, W. Benz, G. Laughlin and S. Udry 16. Planet formation assembling the puzzle G. Wurm and T. Guillot Part V. Summary: 17. Open issues in small- and large-scale structure formation R. Klessen and M. Mac Low 18. Final word E. Salpeter.dla: academic researchers, graduate students isbn9780521182744stron456Data publikacji17/02/2011Paperback244 x 170 mm

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The Stars - 2138985569

174,95 zł

The Stars Cambridge Univeristy Press

Księgarnia / Cambridge University Press / Astrofizyka

The Stars Their Structure and Evolution Autor: Roger John Tayler Podręcznik dla undergraduate students (introductory) This textbook gives a clear account of the manner in which knowledge in many branches of physics such as gravitation, thermodynamics, atomic physics and nuclear physics can be combined to gain an understanding of the structure and evolution of stars. A major aim is to present the subject as one in which advances are still being made. The first half is an account of the observational properties of stars and a discussion of the equations that govern their structure. The second part discusses recent theoretical work on stellar evolution. The successes of the theory are stressed, but attention is also drawn to phenomena that are not completely understood. This is a new edition of a widely-used textbook first published in 1970. New topics include mass loss from stars and close binary stars. Spis treści: Preface Symbols Numerical values 1. Introduction 2. Observational properties of stars 3. The equations of stellar structure 4. The physics of stellar interiors 5. The structure of main sequence evolution 6. Early post-main-sequence evolution and the ages of star clusters 7. Mass loss from stars 8. Close binary stars 9. Advanced evolutionary phases 10. The final stages of stellar evolution: white dwarfs, brown dwarfs, neutron stars and black holes 11. Concluding remarks Appendices Index.dla: undergraduate students (introductory) isbn9780521458856stron256Data publikacji23/06/1994Paperback247 x 174 mm

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Active OB Stars (IAU S272) - 2138986105

474,95 zł

Active OB Stars (IAU S272) Cambridge Univeristy Press

Księgarnia / Cambridge University Press / Astrofizyka

Active OB Stars (IAU S272) Structure, Evolution, Mass Loss, and Critical Limits Autor: Edited by Coralie Neiner, Greg Wade, Georges Meynet, Geraldine PetersIAU Symposium 272 presents an overview of the latest research into active OB stars. These massive, volatile objects serve as test beds for extreme conditions, and research into them has entered a new era with the advent of new space and round-based instrumentation. In this volume, renowned experts discuss the cutting-edge observations, state-of-the-art modeling and recently developed techniques such as asteroseismology, interferometry and spectropolarimetry that have improved our understanding of these extreme objects. Asteroseismology allows us to infer the internal structure of massive stars and their rotation; high-resolution spectropolarimetry provides clues about magnetic fields and the confinement of their circumstellar environments; and interferometry probes the shape of these environments and investigates differential rotation. Written for researchers and graduate students, this volume will appeal to all those interested in extreme physical processes as tools to study structure evolution and mass loss of active OB stars. Spis treści: Preface 1. Opening the symposium 2. Rapid rotation and mixing in active OB stars 3. Winds and magnetic fields of active OB stars 4. Populations of OB stars in galaxies 5. Circumstellar environment of active OB stars 6. Periodic variations and asteroseismology of OB stars 7. 'Normal' and active OB stars as extreme condition test beds 8. Closing the symposium Index.dla: academic researchers, graduate students isbn9780521198400stron692Data publikacji04/08/2011460 b/w illus. 45 tablesHardback247 x 174 mm

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The Art of Modeling Stars in the 21st Century (IAU S252) - 2138985933

524,95 zł

The Art of Modeling Stars in the 21st Century (IAU S252) Cambridge Univeristy Press

Księgarnia / Cambridge University Press / Astrofizyka

The Art of Modeling Stars in the 21st Century (IAU S252) Autor: Edited by L. Deng, K. L. ChanStellar models are the very basic building blocks with which we build up our knowledge of the Universe. New numerical experiments are heralding a new level of sophistication in our ability to model, and understand, how stars work. This volume provides an overview and the most recent advances in modelling of stellar structure and evolution. Modelling of stars relies on our understanding of the detailed physical processes happening in stars, and the most recent observations of stars made by modern large telescopes and current high technologies. IAU Symposium 252 presents the most recent developments in five key areas, including: improvements of the physical ingredients of stellar models; the evolution of low and intermediate mass stars; the evolution of massive stars; close binary evolution; and stellar physics in the era of very large telescopes. This overview of stellar research is at a level suitable for research astronomers and graduate students. Spis treści: Preface Organizing committee Conference participants Session I. Updates of physical ingredients of stellar models Norbert Langer Session II. Physical processes in stars Kwing-Lam Chan Session III. From physics to stars, the progenitors of white dwarfs Vittorio Canuto and Jørgen Christensen-Dalsgaard Session IV. From physics to stars, the progenitors of neutron stars and black holes Lee Anne Willson and Martin Asplund Session V. Physics of stars in close binaries Philipp Podsiadlowski and Licai Deng Session VI. New tools and future perspective Werner Däppen Summary Norbert Langer Author index Subject index.dla: academic researchers, graduate students isbn9780521889834stron500Data publikacji18/12/2008100 b/w illus. 25 tablesHardback247 x 170 mm

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Star-Disk Interaction in Young Stars (IAU S243) - 2138985915

549,95 zł

Star-Disk Interaction in Young Stars (IAU S243) Cambridge Univeristy Press

Księgarnia / Cambridge University Press / Astrofizyka

Star-Disk Interaction in Young Stars (IAU S243) Autor: Edited by Jerome Bouvier, Immo AppenzellerStars form surrounded by a circumstellar disk which is thought to be the cradle of planets. IAU Symposium 243 highlights the latest developments in understanding the structure and evolution of the star-disk interaction region in young stars, a critical component of our knowledge of star and planetary system formation processes. Discussions review the physical processes thought to be at work at the star-disk interface, confront the predictions of the latest numerical and analytical magnetohydrodynamic models of star-disk-jet systems with observations, and explore the consequences of these processes for stellar angular momentum evolution and inner disk structure. The most recent observational results, computer simulations and theoretical developments in this active field of research are included to provide a unique vision into this central aspect of the star and planet formation problem. Spis treści: Preface Part I. Setting the stage Part 2. Magnetic fields Part 3. Magnetospheric accretion and inner disk truncation Part 4. Magnetospheric ejection Part 5. Star-disk magnetospheric coupling Part 6. Companions, planets and effects of stellar mass Part 7. Conclusion Author index subject index Object Index.dla: academic researchers, graduate students isbn9780521874656stron390Data publikacji28/02/2008231 b/w illus. 6 tablesHardback247 x 174 mm

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Stellar Evolution Physics 2 Volume Hardback Set - 2138986526

477,80 zł

Stellar Evolution Physics 2 Volume Hardback Set Cambridge Univeristy Press

Księgarnia / Cambridge University Press / Astrofizyka

Stellar Evolution Physics 2 Volume Hardback Set Autor: Icko IbenIn Stellar Evolution Physics, Icko Iben describes the microscopic physics operating in stars and how stars respond macroscopically, showing the intricate interplay between these processes. Volume 1, intended for graduate students with a solid background in physics, covers the processes up to the onset of helium burning. Volume 2 builds on these principles, covering models of low and intermediate mass stars, the AGB phase, the final cooling white dwarf phase and a model for a massive star. Particular attention is given to the gravothermal responses to nuclear reaction-induced transformations in the interior and energy loss from the surface, responses at the heart of stellar evolution. The volumes include over 600 illustrations and many numerical solutions in order to prepare the reader to program and calculate evolutionary models for themselves. Taken together, the two volumes will prepare a graduate student for professional-level research in this key area of astrophysics. Spis tre?ci: Volume 1: Part I. Introduction and Overview: 1. Qualitative description of single and binary star evolution 2. Quantitative foundations of stellar evolution theory Part II. Basic Physical Processes in Stellar Interiors: 3. Properties of and physical processes in the interiors of main sequence stars â?? order of magnitude estimates 4. Statistical physics, thermodynamics, and equations of state 5. Polytropes and single zone models: elementary tools for understanding some aspects of stellar structure and evolution 6. Hydrogen-burning nuclear reactions and energy-generation rates 7. Photon-matter interactions and opacity 8. Equations of stellar evolution and methods of solution Part III. Pre-Main Sequence, Main Sequence, and Shell Hydrogen Burning Evolution of Single Stars: 9. Star formation and evolution to the main-sequence 10. Solar structure and neutrino physics 11. Evolution during core hydrogen-burning phases up to the onset of helium burning Volume 2: Part IV. Transport Processes, Weak Interaction Processes and Helium-Burning Reactions: 12. Diffusion and gravitational settling 13. Heat conduction by electrons 14. Beta decay and electron capture at high densities in stars 15. The current-current weak interaction and the production of neutrino-antineutrino pairs 16. Helium-burning nuclear reactions and energy-generation rates Part V. Evolution during Helium-Burning Phases: 17. Evolution of a low mass model burning helium and hydrogen 18. Evolution of an intermediate mass model burning helium and hydrogen 19. Neutron production and neutron capture in a thermally pulsing asymptotic giant branch star of intermediate mass 20. Evolution of a massive population I model during helium- and carbon-burning stages Part VI. Terminal Evolution of Low and Intermediate Mass Stars: 21. Wind mass loss on the AGB and formation of a circumstellar envelope, evolution of the remnant as the central star of a planetary nebula, and white dwarf evolution Index.dla: academic researchers, graduate students isbn9781107602533stron1528Data publikacji13/12/2012625 b/w illus. 85 tables2 Hardback books246 x 189 mm

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Giants of Eclipse: The zeta Aurigae Stars and Other Binary Systems - 2826750878

521,21 zł

Giants of Eclipse: The zeta Aurigae Stars and Other Binary Systems Springer, Berlin

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The zeta Aurigae stars are the rare but illustrious sub-group of binary stars that undergo the dramatic phenomenon of "chromospheric eclipse". This book provides detailed descriptions of the ten known systems, illustrates them richly with examples of new spectra, and places them in the context of stellar structure and evolution.§§Comprised of a large cool giant plus a small hot dwarf, these key eclipsing binaries reveal fascinating changes in their spectra very close to total eclipse, when the hot star shines through differing heights of the "chromosphere", or outer atmosphere, of the giant star. The phenomenon provides astrophysics with the means of analyzing the outer atmosphere of a giant star and how that material is shed into space. The physics of these critical events can be explained qualitatively, but it is more challenging to extract hard facts from the observations, and tough to model the chromosphere in any detail.§§The book offers current thinking on mechanisms for heating a star's chromosphere and on how a star loses mass, and relates this science synergistically to studies of other stars and binaries, and to the increasing relevance of contributions from new techniques in interferometry and asteroseismology. It also includes a detailed discussion of the enigmatic star epsilon Aurigae, which had recently undergone one of its very infrequent and very baffling eclipses. Though not a zeta Aurigae system, epsilon Aurigae is a true "Giant" among eclipsing stars.§§The 7 chapters of this book, written by a group of experts, have been carefully edited to form a coherent volume that offers a thorough overview of the subject to both professional and student.§

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Mass-Losing Pulsating Stars and Their Circumstellar Matter - 2835873943

1229,27 zł

Mass-Losing Pulsating Stars and Their Circumstellar Matter Springer Netherlands

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The rapid progress in research on mass-losing pulsating stars has now taken us far from its early photographic light variation study to the world of massive photometry and interferometic observations. Still some fundamental problems such as the pulsational mode and the mass-loss mechanism remain a mystery. §In this volume the modern theoretical works are confronted with the latest observations and the active discussions indicate the directions of future research. §Among the subjects presented in this workshop are: recent results of massive photometry; pulsation and properties of mass-losing stars; optical and infrared observations of circumstellar matter; radio and mm observations of circumstellar matter; distribution of maser sources in the Galaxy; VERA and other future projects. §Thorough and up-to-date information on mass-losing stars provides invaluable references for all researchers and students who are interested in the AGB evolution, pulsation models, circumstellar matter, precision astrometry, and the Galactic structure.

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Stellar Evolution Physics - 2138986501

251,48 zł

Stellar Evolution Physics Cambridge Univeristy Press

Księgarnia / Cambridge University Press / Astrofizyka

Stellar Evolution Physics: Volume 1, Physical Processes in Stellar Interiors Autor: Icko IbenThis 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. Spis tre?ci: Part I. Introduction and Overview: 1. Qualitative description of single and binary star evolution 2. Quantitative foundations of stellar evolution theory Part II. Basic Physical Processes in Stellar Interiors: 3. Properties of and physical processes in the interiors of main sequence stars â?? order of magnitude estimates 4. Statistical physics, thermodynamics, and equations of state 5. Polytropes and single zone models: elementary tools for understanding some aspects of stellar structure and evolution 6. Hydrogen-burning nuclear reactions and energy-generation rates 7. Photon-matter interactions and opacity 8. Equations of stellar evolution and methods of solution Part III. Pre-Main Sequence, Main Sequence, and Shell Hydrogen Burning Evolution of Single Stars: 9. Star formation and evolution to the main-sequence 10. Solar structure and neutrino physics 11. Evolution during core hydrogen-burning phases up to the onset of helium burning Index.dla: graduate students, academic researchers isbn9781107016569stron906Data publikacji29/11/2012313 b/w illus. 54 tablesHardback246 x 189 mm

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The Physics Of Stars - 2842826945

249,99 zł

The Physics Of Stars

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Mathematics & science>Astronomy, space & time>Galaxies & starsKsiążki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Mathem...

The Physics Of Stars, Second Edition, Is A Concise Introduction To The Properties Of Stellar Interiors And Consequently The Structure And Evolution Of Stars. Strongly Emphasising The Basic Physics, Simple And Uncomplicated Theoretical Models Are Used To Illustrate Clearly The Connections Between Fundamental Physics And Stellar Properties.

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Stars and their Spectra - 2138985664

224,95 zł

Stars and their Spectra Cambridge Univeristy Press

Księgarnia / Cambridge University Press / Techniki obserwacyjne, instrumen

Stars and their Spectra An Introduction to the Spectral Sequence Autor: James B. KalerThe study of stars and their spectra is central to an understanding of classical and modern astronomy. The principal tool for investigating the nature of stars is to observe and interpret their spectra. In this lucid book, James Kaler clearly explains the alphabet of stellar astronomy - from the cool M stars to hot O stars - and tells the story of the evolution of stars and their place in the Universe. Before embarking on a fascinating voyage of cosmic discovery, we are introduced to the fundamental properties of stars, and how they can be categorised. Next, the structure of atoms and the formation of spectra is discussed, as a prelude to a full description of the spectral classification itself. The heart of the book examines each star type in turn and explores their spectra in detail. Notable discoveries and features related to each class sustain the story. There is also a review of unusual stars that cannot easily be classified. Finally, the book closes with a skilful integration of all the data - tracing the paths of birth, life and death of stars on the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. This book is based on a widely acclaimed series of articles on stellar astronomy which appeared in the magazine Sky and Telescope. It provides an invaluable introduction for observers and students. Spis treści: List of illustrations List of tables and displays Acknowledgements 1. Stars 2. Atoms and spectra 3. The spectral sequence 4. The M stars: red supergiants to dwarfs 5. The K stars: orange giants and brighter dwarfs 6. Our sun and its cousins: the G stars 7. Class F: stars in transition 8. The white stars of class A 9. The B stars: beacons of light 10. Class O: the head of the spectral sequence 11. Extraordinary classes 12. Journeys on the HR diagram Star index Subject index.dla: general readers, undergraduate students isbn9780521585705stron320Data publikacji27/03/1997120 b/w illus. 14 tablesPaperback247 x 174 mm

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