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  • Theoryby Michael Soffel; Thibault Damour; Gerhard Schäfer; Sergei Kopeikin; Toshifumi Futamase; Yi Xie; Pavel Korobkov; Sergei M. Kopeikin

    De Gruyter 2014; US$ 196.00

    With a wide range of prominent authors from the field of relativistic celestial mechanics, this first volume of a two-volume series consists of reviews on a multitude of advanced topics in the area, covering both classical as well as modern developments, while focusing on theoretical foundations. On the occasion of his 80-th birthday this... more...

  • William and Caroline Herschelby Michael Hoskin

    Springer 2013; US$ 49.99

    This beautifully structured book presents the essentials of William and Caroline Herschel?s pioneering achievements in late 18th-century astronomy. Michael Hoskin shows that William Herschel was the first observational cosmologist and one of the first observers to attack the sidereal universe beyond the solar system:Herschel built instruments far better... more...

  • From Casual Stargazer to Amateur Astronomerby Dave Eagle

    Springer 2013; US$ 39.99

    The beginning astronomical observer passes through a series of stages. The initial stage is hugely exciting and gives the beginner a real buzz as he discovers some of the faint fuzzy objects, markings on the planets, rings around Saturn and the craters on the Moon. But as the novice observer progresses, he or she wants to know what more there is than... more...

  • Nulling Interferometers for Space-based High-Contrast Visible Imaging and Measurement of Exoplanetary Environmentsby Brian Hicks

    Springer 2013; US$ 129.00

    High-contrast astronomical imaging has progressed significantly in the past decade. Many of these techniques have been laboratory demonstrated to perform at contrast levels adequate for the detection of Solar System-like planets and dust around nearby stars. None of them, however, have been demonstrated in space. The state of the art in high-contrast... more...

  • Ebbe und Flut - Gezeiten des Erosby Sylvia Zwettler-Otte

    Kohlhammer Verlag 2010; US$ 22.50

    Liebe bedeutet, sich an andere Menschen, Ideen oder Dinge zu binden, aber auch, sich notfalls wieder auf sich zurückzuziehen. Beides kann befruchtend oder zerstörend wirken - wie Ebbe und Flut. Ausgehend von Freuds Triebdualismus der beiden Grundtriebe Eros und Todestrieb werden psychoanalytische Konzepte erörtert, die für das Verständnis dieser seelischen... more...

  • Space Has No Frontierby John Bromley-Davenport

    Bene Factum Publishing 2014; US$ 14.99

    An exploration of Lovell's life and achievements in the scientific and political context of the time   The extraordinary life of Bernard Lovell began before World War I and his story encompasses many of the great events of the last 100 years: World War II, the invention of radio astronomy, the space race, the Moon landings, the exploration of... more...

  • Thirty Years of Astronomical Discovery with UKIRTby Andy Adamson; John Davies; Ian Robson

    Springer 2013; US$ 259.00

    These are the proceedings of an international meeting hosted by the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the dedication of the UKIRT, the United Kingdom InfraRed Telescope. The volume comprises 31 professional level papers. The first part of the book has 10 thorough reviews of the conception, design and build of the... more...

  • A Galileo Forgeryby Horst Bredekamp; Irene Brückle; Paul Needham

    De Gruyter 2014; US$ 0.00

    In this work, historians in various fields revise the results presented in the first two volumes of the series, which analyzed the New York copy of Sidereus Nuncius. While many of their findings remain valid, the subject of analysis proved to be a forgery. Volume III describes how the discovery of forgery was made - a watershed moment... more...

  • Einstein Was Right!by Karl Hess

    Pan Stanford 2014; US$ 34.95

    A Promising Beginning? Einstein?s Trojan Horse, John Bell, and Experimental Realization The Devil Is in the Details Developing a Space-Time?Dependent Model First Publications Teleportation and Quantum Computing Space?Time, Elements of Reality and Probability Revisited New Friends, New Inequalities Bell?s Many Proofs Last Work with Walter Intermission... more...

  • Celestial Revolutionaryby John Freely

    I.B.Tauris 2014; US$ 28.00

    In the spring of 1500, at the apex of the Renaissance, a papal secretary to the Borgia Pope, Alexander VI, wrote that "All the world is in Rome." Though no one knew it at the time, this included a young scholar by the name of Nicolaus Copernicus who would one day change the world. One of the greatest polymaths of his or any age - linguist, lawyer,... more...