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Essential Astrophysics

Kenneth R. Lang - Science - 2013 - 656 pages
Essential Astrophysics is a book to learn or teach from, as well as a fundamental reference volume for anyone interested in astronomy and astrophysics. It presents astrophysics ...
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A Source book in astronomy and astrophysics, 1900-1975

Kenneth R. Lang, Owen Gingerich - Science - 1979 - 922 pages
In this volume readers can rediscover A.S. Eddington's elegant proof of the virial theorem for star clusters, Walter Baade and Fritz Zwicky's 1932 proposal for the existence of ...
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The Sun from Space, Volume 1

Kenneth R. Lang - Science - 2000 - 357 pages
The Sun from Space is a comprehensive account of solar astrophysics and how our perception and knowledge of this star have gradually evolved as mankind has elucidated ever more ...
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The Cambridge Guide to the Solar System

Kenneth R. Lang - Science - 2011
Richly illustrated with full-color images, this book is a comprehensive, up-to-date description of the planets, their moons, and recent exoplanet discoveries. This second ...
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Sun, Earth, and Sky

Kenneth R. Lang - Astronomy - 1995 - 282 pages
Lavishly illus. book introduces the sun, it's physics & it's impact on life here on earth; illus.
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The Life and Death of Stars

Kenneth R. Lang - Science - 2013 - 332 pages
In an illustrated, accessible text, the author explains the life cycle of stars, from dense molecular clouds to the enigmatic nebulae some stars leave behind in their violent ends.
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Wanderers in Space: Exploration and Discovery in the Solar System

Kenneth R. Lang - Science - 1991 - 316 pages
How were the features on the Moon created?. What is the evidence for past or future life on Mars? What might cause the Earth to become as hot and steamy as Venus? . Why do some ...
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