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  • Наталья Сердцева. 99 секретов астрономии
    99 секретов астрономии
    Наталья Сердцева
    В этой книге спрятано 99 секретов астрономии. Откройте ее и узнайте о том, как устроена Вселенная, из чего состоит космическая пыль и откуда берутся черные дыры. Забавные и простые тексты расскажут о самых интересных астрономических явлениях и законах. Да здравствует наука БЕЗ занудства и непонятных терминов!
  • Alessandro  Boselli. A Panchromatic View of Galaxies
    A Panchromatic View of Galaxies
    Alessandro Boselli
    Describing how to investigate all kinds of galaxies through a multifrequency analysis, this text is divided into three different sections. The first describes the data currently available at different frequencies, from X-rays to UV, optical, infrared and radio millimetric and centimetric, while explaining their physical meaning. In the second section, the author explains how these data can be used to determine physical parameters and quantities, such as mass and temperature. The final section is devoted to describing how the derived quantities can be used in a multifrequency analysis to study such physical processes as the star formation cycle and constrain models of galaxy evolution. As a result, observers will be able to interpret galaxies and their structure.
  • Volker  Beckmann. Active Galactic Nuclei
    Active Galactic Nuclei
    Volker Beckmann
    This AGN textbook includes phenomena based on new results in the X-Ray domain from new telescopes such as Chandra and XMM Newton not mentioned in any other book. Furthermore, it considers also the Fermi Gamma Ray Space Telescope with its revolutionary advances of unprecedented sensitivity, field of view and all-sky monitoring. Those and other new developments as well as simulations of AGN merging events and formations, enabled through latest super-computing capabilities. The book gives an overview on the current knowledge of the Active Galacitc Nuclei phenomenon. The spectral energy distribution will be discussed, pointing out what can be observed in different wavebands and with different physical models. Furthermore, the authors discuss the AGN with respect to its environment, host galaxy, feedback in galaxy clusters, etc. and finally the cosmological evolution of the AGN phenomenon.
  • Jerzy A. Ejsmont. Amunicja i jej elaboracja. Praktyczny poradnik
    Amunicja i jej elaboracja. Praktyczny poradnik
    Jerzy A. Ejsmont

  • Richard Grijs de. An Introduction to Distance Measurement in Astronomy
    An Introduction to Distance Measurement in Astronomy
    Richard Grijs de
    Distance determination is an essential technique in astronomy, and is briefly covered in most textbooks on astrophysics and cosmology. It is rarely covered as a coherent topic in its own right. When it is discussed the approach is frequently very dry, splitting the teaching into, for example, stars, galaxies and cosmologies, and as a consequence, books lack depth and are rarely comprehensive. Adopting a unique and engaging approach to the subject An Introduction to distance Measurement in Astronomy will take the reader on a journey from the solar neighbourhood to the edge of the Universe, discussing the range of distance measurements methods on the way. The book will focus on the physical processes discussing properties that underlie each method, rather than just presenting a collection of techniques. As well as providing the most compressive account of distance measurements to date, the book will use the common theme of distance measurement to impart basic concepts relevant to a wide variety of areas in astronomy/astrophysics. The book will provide an updated account of the progress made in a large number of subfields in astrophysics, leading to improved distance estimates particularly focusing on the underlying physics. Additionally it will illustrate the pitfalls in these areas and discuss the impact of the remaining uncertainties in the complete understanding of the Universes at large. As a result the book will not only provide a comprehensive study of distance measurement, but also include many recent advances in astrophysics.
  • Plaxco Kevin W.. Astrobiologie für Einsteiger
    Astrobiologie für Einsteiger
    Plaxco Kevin W.
    Nach einem einführenden Kapitel über die Definition von Leben beginnt die Erkundung des Themas »Leben im Universum« mit der Geschichte des Universums, unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Umstände, die die Entwicklung von Leben ermöglicht haben. Es fokussiert dann in ähnlicher Weise auf die Geschichte unseres Sonnensystems und der Erde. Im mittleren Teil des Buchs geht es um das Leben auf der Erde: wie konnte es entstehen, sich ausbreiten, und mehr als drei Milliarden Jahre lang überleben? Welche seiner Eigenschaften sind Zufall, und welche Notwendigkeit? Im letzten Drittel des Buchs werden die Erkenntnisse aus der irdischen Biologie angewandt auf die Suche nach Leben im übrigen Sonnensystem (Mars, Monde des Jupiter und Saturn) und nach lebensfreundlichen Planeten im Rest des Universums.
  • Alfred  Weigert. Astronomie und Astrophysik. Ein Grundkurs
    Astronomie und Astrophysik. Ein Grundkurs
    Alfred Weigert
    Dieses Lehrbuch ist ein Grundkurs im besten Sinne: Beginnend mit den physikalischen und technischen Grundlagen, die fur das Verstandnis der weiteren astrophysikalischen Ausfuhrungen benotigt werden, vermittelt es solides Wissen fur die moderne Astrophysik, ist klar geschrieben, reich bebildert und auch in den mathematischen Teilen jederzeit verstandlich. Nun liegt das Buch in der 5. Aufl age vor – vollstandig aktualisiert und um das Kapitel Extrasolare Planetensysteme erweitert von Lutz Wisotzki, der bereits die letzte Aufl age mit verantwortete. Studenten der Physik und Astronomie im Grundstudium wie auch Fachleute und Amateure schatzen dieses Buch fur Schule, Studium und Freizeit.
  • Christopher  Wanjek. Bad Medicine. Misconceptions and Misuses Revealed, from Distance Healing to Vitamin O
    Bad Medicine. Misconceptions and Misuses Revealed, from Distance Healing to Vitamin O
    Christopher Wanjek
    "Christopher Wanjek uses a take-no-prisoners approach in debunking the outrageous nonsense being heaped on a gullible public in the name of science and medicine. Wanjek writes with clarity, humor, and humanity, and simultaneously informs and entertains." -Dr. Michael Shermer, Publisher, Skeptic magazine; monthly columnist, Scientific American; author of Why People Believe Weird Things Prehistoric humans believed cedar ashes and incantations could cure a head injury. Ancient Egyptians believed the heart was the center of thought, the liver produced blood, and the brain cooled the body. The ancient Greek physician Hippocrates was a big fan of bloodletting. Today, we are still plagued by countless medical myths and misconceptions. Bad Medicine sets the record straight by debunking widely held yet incorrect notions of how the body works, from cold cures to vaccination fears. Clear, accessible, and highly entertaining, Bad Medicine dispels such medical convictions as: * You only use 10% of your brain: CAT, PET, and MRI scans all prove that there are no inactive regions of the brain . . . not even during sleep. * Sitting too close to the TV causes nearsightedness: Your mother was wrong. Most likely, an already nearsighted child sits close to see better. * Eating junk food will make your face break out: Acne is caused by dead skin cells, hormones, and bacteria, not from a pizza with everything on it. * If you don't dress warmly, you'll catch a cold: Cold viruses are the true and only cause of colds. Protect yourself and the ones you love from bad medicine-the brain you save may be your own.
  • Piotr Jeleń. Biofizyka. 500 pytań testowych
    Biofizyka. 500 pytań testowych
    Piotr Jeleń

  • Rudolf  Dvorak. Celestial Dynamics. Chaoticity and Dynamics of Celestial Systems
    Celestial Dynamics. Chaoticity and Dynamics of Celestial Systems
    Rudolf Dvorak
    Written by an internationally renowned expert author and researcher, this monograph fills the need for a book conveying the sophisticated tools needed to calculate exo-planet motion and interplanetary space flight. It is unique in considering the critical problems of dynamics and stability, making use of the software Mathematica, including supplements for practical use of the formulae. A must-have for astronomers and applied mathematicians alike.
  • Uwe  Meierhenrich. Comets And Their Origin. The Tools To Decipher A Comet
    Comets And Their Origin. The Tools To Decipher A Comet
    Uwe Meierhenrich
    Divided into two parts, the first four chapters of Comets and their Origin refer to comets and their formation in general, describing cometary missions, comet remote observations, astrochemistry, artificial comets, and the chirality phenomenon. The second part covers the cometary ROSETTA mission, its launch, journey, scientific objectives, and instrumentations, as well as the landing scenario on a cometary nucleus. Along the way, the author presents general questions concerning the origin of terrestrial water and the molecular beginnings of life on Earth, as well as how the instruments used on a space mission like ROSETTA can help answer them. The text concludes with a chapter on what scientists expect from the ROSETTA mission and how its data will influence our life on Earth. As a result, the author elucidates highly topical and fascinating knowledge to scientists and students of various scientific backgrounds, allowing them to work with ROSETTA's data.
  • Yang  Gao. Contemporary Planetary Robotics. An Approach Toward Autonomous Systems
    Contemporary Planetary Robotics. An Approach Toward Autonomous Systems
    Yang Gao
    For readers from both academia and industry wishing to pursue their studies and /or careers in planetary robotics, this book represents a one-stop tour of the history, evolution, key systems, and technologies of this emerging field. The book provides a comprehensive introduction to the key techniques and technologies that help to achieve autonomous space systems for cost-effective, high performing planetary robotic missions. Main topics covered include robotic vision, surface navigation, manipulation, mission operations and autonomy, being explained in both theoretical principles and practical use cases. The book recognizes the importance of system design hence discusses practices and tools that help take mission concepts to baseline design solutions, making it a practical piece of scientific reference suited to a variety of practitioners in planetary robotics.
  • Friedel  Weinert. Copernicus, Darwin and Freud. Revolutions in the History and Philosophy of Science
    Copernicus, Darwin and Freud. Revolutions in the History and Philosophy of Science
    Friedel Weinert
    Using Copernicanism, Darwinism, and Freudianism as examples of scientific traditions, Copernicus, Darwin and Freud takes a philosophical look at these three revolutions in thought to illustrate the connections between science and philosophy. Shows how these revolutions in thought lead to philosophical consequences Provides extended case studies of Copernicanism, Darwinism, and Freudianism Integrates the history of science and the philosophy of science like no other text Covers both the philosophy of natural and social science in one volume
  • Alexander  Stepanov. Coronal Seismology. Waves and Oscillations in Stellar Coronae
    Coronal Seismology. Waves and Oscillations in Stellar Coronae
    Alexander Stepanov
    This concise and systematic account of the current state of this new branch of astrophysics presents the theoretical foundations of plasma astrophysics, magneto-hydrodynamics and coronal magnetic structures, taking into account the full range of available observation techniques – from radio to gamma. The book discusses stellar loops during flare energy releases, MHD waves and oscillations, plasma instabilities and heating and charged particle acceleration. Current trends and developments in MHD seismology of solar and stellar coronal plasma systems are also covered, while recent progress is presented in the observational study of quasi-periodic pulsations in solar and stellar flares with radio, optical, X and gamma rays. In addition, the authors investigate the origin of coherent radio emission from stellar loops, paying special attention to their fine structure. For advanced students and specialists in astronomy, as well as theoretical and plasma physics.
  • Yun  Wang. Dark Energy
    Dark Energy
    Yun Wang
    A systematic, carefully authored review of our current observational and theoretical knowledge of dark energy. Providing a brief and concise overview, the book covers theory and experiment in equal detail, directly linking the two. A final section also looks at future developments. Indispensable for researchers entering this rapidly evolving field.
  • Thomas  Posch. Das Ende der Nacht. Lichtsmog: Gefahren - Perspektiven - Lösungen
    Das Ende der Nacht. Lichtsmog: Gefahren - Perspektiven - Lösungen
    Thomas Posch
    Every city dweller is aware that we are seeing fewer stars at night due to the increasing amount of artificial lighting. But that is just the tip of the iceberg, as far as the loss of natural nocturnal darkness is concerned. Humans and animals worldwide are now suffering from the disrupted rhythm of day and night due to extreme lighting at night. In humans this can lead to illness and increased stress. Hitherto only known to experts, this book is the first to comprehensively treat the entire phenomenon of light pollution. Richly illustrated using unusual images taken from the TV documentation «The Dark Side of Light» by Anja Freyhoff and Thomas Uhlmann, this book is for anyone interested in a harmonious coexistence between humans and nature and a healthy work/life rhythm.
  • Wiebke  Salzmann. Der Urknall und andere Katastrophen
    Der Urknall und andere Katastrophen
    Wiebke Salzmann
    Physikalische Kurzgeschichten zur Entstehung unserer Welt – selektiert aus PhiuZ, logisch miteinander verknupft und leicht verdaulich literarisch aufgearbeitet sind sie unterhaltsame, amusante und spannende Lekture fur jeden Interessierten.
  • Valeryй Asadov. Dynamic temporary physics
    Dynamic temporary physics
    Valeryй Asadov
    The Quantum geophysics of Earth which obyesnyat expansion of Earth is created. There is a temporary mass defect of the 1st and 2nd sort which are similar, to a nuclear mass defect, but it is softer (and it isn’t destructive) on the action, and on power is 2—3 orders more powerful. If to create computer model that can be predicted and to precisely count the power and time of eruption of volcanoes and earthquakes.
  • Edward Ozimek. Dźwięk i jego percepcja
    Dźwięk i jego percepcja
    Edward Ozimek

  • Otterstein Sybille. Einführung in die moderne Kosmologie
    Einführung in die moderne Kosmologie
    Otterstein Sybille
    Dank sich stets verbessernder boden- und weltraumgestutzter Teleskope stehen der Kosmologie inzwischen Daten zur Verfugung, die Ruckschlusse auf immer fruhere Phasen des Universums und Vergleiche mit Modellvorstellungen erlauben. Daher gewinnt die Kosmologie in den Astronomiekursen der Universitaten bestandig an Wichtigkeit. Die «Einfuhrung in die Moderne Kosmologie» ist eine anschauliche und leicht verstandliche Darstellung moderner kosmologischer Konzepte, die neben zahlreichen Beispielen und Ubungsaufgaben auch Hinweise und Endergebnisse enthalt, sodass das Erlernte sofort ausprobiert und kontrolliert werden kann. Das Buch ist klar eingeteilt und behandelt in sechs separaten Kapiteln Themen fur Fortgeschrittene, darunter relativistische Kosmologie und Neutrino-Kosmologie. Die vorliegende Ubersetzung der zweiten Auflage wurde wesentlich erganzt und erweitert und umfasst neueste Beobachtungsergebnisse sowie zusatzliches Material zur empirischen Kosmologie und Strukturbildung.

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