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The scientific legacy of Fred Hoyle

Author: Douglas Gough
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2005.
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This book looks at the influence Fred Hoyle's research has had on advances in astronomy and cosmology.


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Named Person: Fred Hoyle
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Gough
ISBN: 0521824486 9780521824484
OCLC Number: 469333987
Notes: Notes bibliogr.
Description: 1 vol. (200 p.) : ill. ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction M. Rees; 1. Fred Hoyle's major work in the context of astronomy and astrophysics today W. L. W. Sargent; 2. Sir Fred Hoyle and the theory of the synthesis of the elements D. Arnett; 3. Fred Hoyle: contributions to the theory of galaxy formation G. Efstathiou; 4. Highlights of Fred Hoyle's work on interstellar matter and star formation P. M. Solomon; 5. Accretion H. Bondi; 6. From dust to life C. Wickramasinghe; 7. Worlds without end or beginning J. D. Barrow; 8. Evolutionary cosmologies - then and now M. S. Longair; 9. Alternative ideas in cosmology J. N. Narlikar; 10. Red Giants - then and now J. Faulkner; 11. Modern alchemy: Fred Hoyle and element building by neutron capture E. M. Burbidge; 12. Concluding remarks G. Burbidge.
Responsibility: edited by Douglas Gough.
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