Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Astrophysics
Global Vision Publishing House, Jan 1, 2007 - Astrophysicists - 418 pages
Main Objective Of This Volume Is To Present A Subjective Information About Physical Properties, Chemical Composition Of Celestial Objects. Biographical Outline And Theoretical Contributions Of Eminent Astro-Physicists Are Also Included. Approximately 101 Entries Are Included In A-Z Format Which Covers Stellar Dynamics And Evolution; Galaxy Formation, Large-Scale Structure Of Matter In The Universe; Origin Of Cosmic Rays, General Relativity And Physical Cosmology, String Cosmology And Astroparticle Physics.Deliberately All Entries Are Put In Unambiguous Words. An Attempt Is Made To Find Out Certain Correlations Which Are Not Yet Explored.
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