Astronomical observatories; History

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An Introduction to Radiative Transfer: Methods and Applications in Astrophysics

An Introduction to Radiative Transfer

Methods and Applications in Astrophysics

US$95.50

This 2001 book presents the methodologies used by astrophysicists for solving the radiative transfer...

Gravitational Radiation, Luminous Black Holes and Gamma-Ray Burst Supernovae

A comprehensive overview for graduates of the theories of this contemporary development in physics.

Setting-Up a Small Observatory: From Concept to Construction
US$34.99

This is a superb book for intermediate-level astronomers. It tells you everything you need to know...

Stellar Rotation
US$45.99

This authoritative volume, first published in 2000, provides the definitive reference on stellar...

Building a Roll-Off Roof Observatory: A Complete Guide for Design and Construction

Building a Roll-Off Roof Observatory

A Complete Guide for Design and Construction

US$54.99

This unique volume covers all aspects of designing a roll-off roof observatory: planning the site,...

Stellar Populations: A User Guide from Low to High Redshift

Stellar Populations

A User Guide from Low to High Redshift

Wiley (2011)
US$148.50

This up-to-date reference on stellar populations and development models includes coverage of distant...

Pulsating Stars
Wiley (2014)
US$176.40

This book surveys our understanding of stars which change in brightness because they pulsate....

Physics, Formation and Evolution of Rotating Stars
US$169.00

In this book, the author thoroughly examines the basic mechanical and thermal effects of rotation....

Linear Isentropic Oscillations of Stars: Theoretical Foundations
US$189.00

This book surveys the theory of free, linear, isentropic oscillations in spherically symmetric,...

Stellar Pulsations: Impact of New Instrumentation and New Insights

Stellar Pulsations

Impact of New Instrumentation and New Insights

J.C. Suárez, R. Garrido and 2 more...
US$169.00

Analyses of photometric time series obtained from the MOST , CoRoT and Kepler space missions...