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ISO"s view on stellar evolution

proceedings of an international conference in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, July 1-4, 1997
  • 530 Pages
  • 1.51 MB
  • English

Kluwer Academic , Boston
Infrared Space Observatory -- Congresses, Stars -- Evolution -- Congr
Other titlesAstrophysics and space science
Statementedited by L.B.F.M. Waters ... [et al.].
ContributionsWaters, L. B. F. M.
LC ClassificationsQB806 .I78 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 530 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL366163M
ISBN 100792351525
LC Control Number98026532

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(CUP ). Useful references: Phillips, A.C. A complete and comprehensive treatment of the physics of the stellar interior and the underlying fundamental processes and parameters. The text presents an overview of the models developed to explain the stability, dynamics and evolution of the stars, and great care is taken to detail the various stages in a star's life.

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On an introductory level, this book presents in a didactical way the basic concepts of stellar structure and evolution in "track 1" chapters. The other more specialized chapters form an advanced course on the graduate level and will further serve as a valuable reference work for professional astrophysicists.

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