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Violent phenomena in the universe

Autor: Jayant Vishnu Narlikar
Editorial: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1982.
Serie: OPUS.
Edición/Formato:   Print book : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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The serenity of a clear night sky belies the evidence - gathered by balloons, rockets, satellites, and telescopes - that the universe contains centers of furious activity that pour out vast amounts of energy, some in regular cycles and some in gigantic bursts. This reader-friendly book, acclaimed by Nature as "excellent and uncompromising," traces the development of modern astrophysics and its explanations of these  Leer más
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Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Jayant Vishnu Narlikar
ISBN: 0192191608 9780192191601
Número OCLC: 8603849
Notas: "OPUS."
Descripción: vii, 218 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contenido: 1 The Violent Universe --
2 Gravity According to Newton --
3 Gravity According to Einstein --
4 The Physics of Black Holes --
5 Star Explosions and their Aftermaths --
6 Powerful X-Ray Sources in our Galaxy --
7 Active Galaxies and Quasars --
8 The Big Bang --
9 The Big Bang Revisited.
Título de la serie: OPUS.
Responsabilidad: Jayant Narlikar.

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The serenity of a clear night sky belies the evidence - gathered by balloons, rockets, satellites, and telescopes - that the universe contains centers of furious activity that pour out vast amounts of energy, some in regular cycles and some in gigantic bursts. This reader-friendly book, acclaimed by Nature as "excellent and uncompromising," traces the development of modern astrophysics and its explanations of these startling celestial fireworks. This lively narrative ranges from the gravitational theories of Newton and Einstein to recent exciting discoveries of such violent phenomena as supernovae, pulsars, X-ray sources, active galaxies, radio sources, and quasars. An in-depth exploration of the Big Bang covers both conventional theory and subsequent issues that cast doubt upon its explanation of the birth of the universe. Several appendixes offer supplements to the text's main topics, and a helpful glossary and tables of references appear at the end.

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