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The Impact of Space Experiments on Our Knowledge of the Physics of the Universe

Author: Franco Giovannelli; Lola Sabau-Graziati
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2004.
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Space experiments have opened practically all electromagnetic windows on the Universe. A discussion of the most important results obtained with multi-frequency photonic astrophysics experiments will provide new input to advance our knowledge of physics, very often in its more extreme conditions. A multitude of high quality data across the whole electromagnetic spectrum came at the scientific community's disposal a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
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All Authors / Contributors: Franco Giovannelli; Lola Sabau-Graziati
ISBN: 9789401733588 9401733589
OCLC Number: 851386622
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 444 pages)
Contents: F. Giovannelli and L. Sabau-Graziati / The Impact of Space Experiments on Our Knowledge of the Physics of the Universe
Responsibility: by Franco Giovannelli, Lola Sabau-Graziati.

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Space experiments have opened practically all electromagnetic windows on the Universe. This book aims to provide a useful tool for the reader who is not specialized in space astrophysics and for  Read more...

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