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Submillimetre Studies of Prestellar and Starless Cores in the Ophiuchus, Taurus and Cepheus Molecular Clouds

Submillimetre Studies of Prestellar and Starless Cores in the Ophiuchus, Taurus and Cepheus Molecular Clouds (Springer Theses) by Katherine Miranda Pattle
English | 25 May 2017 | ISBN: 3319565192 | 254 Pages | PDF | 13.79 MB

This thesis presents studies of the starless core populations of three nearby molecular clouds made as part of the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope Gould Belt Survey. These studies combine observations made using the SCUBA-2 submillimetre camera with data from several other instruments, including the Herschel Space Observatory, to identify
Physics of Ultra-Cold Matter: Atomic Clouds, Bose-Einstein Condensates and Rydberg Plasmas (repost)

Physics of Ultra-Cold Matter: Atomic Clouds, Bose-Einstein Condensates and Rydberg Plasmas (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics) by J. T. Mendon a.
English | 17 Nov. 2012 | ISBN: 1461454123 | 422 Pages | PDF | 4.3 MB

The advent of laser cooling of atoms led to the discovery of ultra-cold matter, with temperatures below liquid Helium, which displays a variety of new physical phenomena. Physics of Ultra-Cold Matter gives an overview of this recent area of science, with a discussion of its main results and a description of its theoretical concepts and methods.
The Pillars of Creation: Giant Molecular Clouds, Star Formation, and Cosmic Recycling (Springer Praxis Books) [Repost]

The Pillars of Creation: Giant Molecular Clouds, Star Formation, and Cosmic Recycling (Springer Praxis Books) by Martin Beech
English | 6 Jan. 2017 | ISBN: 3319487744 | 284 Pages | PDF | 17.21 MB

This book explores the mechanics of star formation, the process by which matter pulls together and creates new structures. Written for science enthusiasts, the author presents an accessible explanation of how stars are born from the interstellar medium and giant molecular clouds. Stars produce the chemicals that lead to life,
The Pillars of Creation: Giant Molecular Clouds, Star Formation, and Cosmic Recycling (Springer Praxis Books) [Repost]

The Pillars of Creation: Giant Molecular Clouds, Star Formation, and Cosmic Recycling (Springer Praxis Books) by Martin Beech
English | 6 Jan. 2017 | ISBN: 3319487744 | 284 Pages | PDF | 17.21 MB

This book explores the mechanics of star formation, the process by which matter pulls together and creates new structures. Written for science enthusiasts, the author presents an accessible explanation of how stars are born from the interstellar medium and giant molecular clouds. Stars produce the chemicals that lead to life, and it is they that have enabled the conditions for planets to form and life to emerge.
The Pillars of Creation: Giant Molecular Clouds, Star Formation, and Cosmic Recycling (Springer Praxis Books) [Repost]

The Pillars of Creation: Giant Molecular Clouds, Star Formation, and Cosmic Recycling (Springer Praxis Books) by Martin Beech
English | 6 Jan. 2017 | ISBN: 3319487744 | 284 Pages | PDF | 15.81 MB

This book explores the mechanics of star formation, the process by which matter pulls together and creates new structures. Written for science enthusiasts, the author presents an accessible explanation of how stars are born from the interstellar medium and giant molecular clouds. Stars produce the chemicals that lead to life, and it is they that have enabled the conditions for planets to form and life to emerge.
Physics of Ultra-Cold Matter: Atomic Clouds, Bose-Einstein Condensates and Rydberg Plasmas (repost)

Physics of Ultra-Cold Matter: Atomic Clouds, Bose-Einstein Condensates and Rydberg Plasmas (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics) by J. T. Mendon a.
English | 17 Nov. 2012 | ISBN: 1461454123 | 422 Pages | PDF (True) | 4.2 MB

The advent of laser cooling of atoms led to the discovery of ultra-cold matter, with temperatures below liquid Helium, which displays a variety of new physical phenomena. Physics of Ultra-Cold Matter gives an overview of this recent area of science, with a discussion of its main results and a description of its theoretical concepts and methods.
The Pillars of Creation: Giant Molecular Clouds, Star Formation, and Cosmic Recycling

The Pillars of Creation: Giant Molecular Clouds, Star Formation, and Cosmic Recycling (Springer Praxis Books) by Martin Beech
English | 6 Jan. 2017 | ISBN: 3319487744 | 284 Pages | PDF | 17.21 MB

This book explores the mechanics of star formation, the process by which matter pulls together and creates new structures. Written for science enthusiasts, the author presents an accessible explanation of how stars are born from the interstellar medium and giant molecular clouds. Stars produce the chemicals that lead to life, and it is they that have enabled the conditions for planets to form and life to emerge.
The Pillars of Creation: Giant Molecular Clouds, Star Formation, and Cosmic Recycling

The Pillars of Creation: Giant Molecular Clouds, Star Formation, and Cosmic Recycling (Springer Praxis Books) by Martin Beech
English | 25 Jan. 2017 | ISBN: 3319487744 | 272 Pages | PDF | 17.21 MB

This book explores the mechanics of star formation, the process by which matter pulls together and creates new structures. Written for science enthusiasts, the author presents an accessible explanation of how stars are born from the interstellar medium and giant molecular clouds. Stars produce the chemicals that lead to life, and it is they that have enabled the conditions for planets to form and life to emerge.
Atmospheric Aerosols: Properties and Climate Impacts (Springer Atmospheric Sciences) (Repost)

Atmospheric Aerosols: Properties and Climate Impacts (Springer Atmospheric Sciences) By Olivier Boucher
2015 | 332 Pages | ISBN: 9401796483 | PDF | 16 MB

The Structure and Content of Molecular Clouds  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Underaglassmoon at Jan. 29, 2015
The Structure and Content of Molecular Clouds

The Structure and Content of Molecular Clouds
Springer | Astrophysics | Dec 13 1994 | ISBN-10: 3540586210 | 308 pages | Djvu | 2.5 mb

This book contains the proceedings of a workshop held in SchloƟ Ringberg to assess developments in molecular cloud research over the last 25 years, and to discuss trends for future research in the field of molecular line astronomy.