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 Sanders, Ella Frances, author.
 New York, New York : Penguin Books, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, [2019]
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 Book — viii, 149 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 20 cm
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"An illustrated exploration of the principles, laws, and wonders that rule our universe, our solar system, our world, and our daily lives from the bestselling creator of Lost in Translation" Provided by publisher.
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QB46 .S2375 2019  Unavailable In process Request 
 Pinzari, Gabriella, 1966 author.
 Providence, RI : American Mathematical Society, 2018.
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 Book — v, 92 pages ; 24 cm.
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 Background and results Kepler maps and the Perihelia reduction The Pmap and the planetary problem Global Kolmogorov tori in the planetary problem Proofs Appendix A. Computing the domain of holomorphy Appendix B. Proof of Lemma 3.2 Appendix C. Checking the nondegeneracy condition Appendix D. Some results from perturbation theory Appendix E. More on the geometrical structure of the Pcoordinates, compared to Deprit's coordinates Bibliography.
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 Planetenjagers. English
 Ellerbroek, Lucas, author.
 London, UK : Reaktion Books, 2017.
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 Book — 267 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Astronomers are on the verge of answering one of the most profound questions ever asked: are we alone in the universe? The ability to detect life in remote solar systems is at last within sight. Its discovery, even if only in microbial form, would revolutionize our selfimage. Planet Hunters tells a delightful tale of smartalec nerds, the search for extraterrestrial life and the history of an academic discipline. Professional astronomer Lucas Ellerbroek takes readers on a fantastic voyage through space, time, history and the future. He describes the field of exoplanet research in its proper historical perspective, from the early ideas of sixteenthcentury heretic Giordano Bruno and the rise of science fiction to the discovery of the first exoplanet in 1995 and the invention of the Kepler space telescope. He travels the world to talk to leading scientists in the field, including first exoplanet discoverer Michel Mayor, NASA Kepler mission scientist Bill Borucki and MIT astrophysicist Sara Seager. Presenting cuttingedge research in a dynamic, fun and accessible way, this book will appeal to everyone with an interest in astronomy and space.
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QB54 .E5513 2017  Unknown 
 Cham, Jorge, author.
 International edition.  New York : Riverhead Books, 2017.
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 Book — 354 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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QB982 .C43 2017  Unknown 
 Daudé, Thierry, 1977 author.
 Providence, Rhode Island : American Mathematical Society, 2017.
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 Book — v, 113 pages ; 26 cm.
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 * Introduction* KerrNewmandeSitter black holes* The massless charged Dirac equation* The direct scattering problem* Uniqueness results in the inverse scattering problem at fixed energy* The angular equation and partial inverse result* The radial equation: complexification of the angular momentum* Large $z$ asymptotics of the scattering data* The inverse scattering problem* Appendix A. Growth estimate of the eigenvalues $\mu_{kl}(\lambda)$* Appendix B. Limiting Absorption principles and scattering theory for $H_0$ and $H$* Bibliography.
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Shelved by Series title NO.1170  Unknown 
6. The geometry of celestial mechanics [2016]
 Geiges, Hansjörg, 1966
 Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2016.
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 Book — xv, 223 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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 Preface
 1. The central force problem
 2. Conic sections
 3. The Kepler problem
 4. The dynamics of the Kepler problem
 5. The twobody problem
 6. The nbody problem
 7. The threebody problem
 8. The differential geometry of the Kepler problem
 9. Hamiltonian mechanics
 10. The topology of the Kepler problem Bibliography Index.
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QB355.3 .G45 2016  Unknown 
 Naylor, E. (Ernest), 1931
 First edition.  Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2015.
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 Book — xx, 229 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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 Preface
 1. Moon Myths and Legends
 2. The Big Splash
 3. The Moon, The Unicorn and Tidal Memories
 4. Aristotle's Urchins and Dancing Worms
 5. Strangers on the Shore
 6. Lunar biorhythms with and without tides
 7. Moon Avoidance and Moon Counting
 8. Homing by the Moon
 9. Plants and the Moon
 10. The Moon and the Human Condition
 End Notes
 Glossary
 Index
 Bibliography.
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QB588 .N39 2015  Unknown 
 Diacu, Florin, 19592018 author.
 Providence, Rhode Island : American Mathematical Society, 2014.
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 Book — v, 80 pages ; 26 cm.
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 Introduction Background and equations of motion Isometries and relative equilibria Criteria and qualitative behaviour Examples Conclusions Bibliography.
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Shelved by Series title NO.1071  Unknown 
 New York : Springer, c2013.
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 Book — xxiii, 559 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
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 Part 1. Statistics in Cosmology
 LikelihoodFree Inference in Cosmology: Potential for the Estimation of Luminosity Functions / Chad M. Schafer and Peter E. Freeman
 Commentary: LikelihoodFree Inference in Cosmology: Potential for the Estimation of Luminosity Functions / Martin A. Hendry
 Robust, DataDriven Inference in Nonlinear Cosmostatistics / Benjamin D. Wandelt, Jens Jasche and Guilhem Lavaux
 SimulationAided Inference in Cosmology / David Higdon, Earl Lawrence, Katrin Heitmann and Salman Habib
 Commentary: SimulationAided Inference in Cosmology / Carlo Graziani
 The Matter Spectral Density from Lensed Cosmic Microwave Background Observations / Ethan Anderes and Alexander van Engelen
 Commentary: 'The Matter Spectral Density from Lensed Cosmic Microwave Background Observations' / Alan Heavens
 Needlets Estimation in Cosmology and Astrophysics / Domenico Marinucci. Part 2. Bayesian Analysis Across Astronomy
 Parameter Estimation and Model Selection in Extragalactic Astronomy / Martin D. Weinberg
 Commentary: Bayesian Model Selection and Parameter Estimation / Philip C. Gregory
 Cosmological Bayesian Model Selection: Recent Advances and Open Challenges / Roberto Trotta
 Commentary: Cosmological Bayesian Model Selection / David A. van Dyk
 Measurement Error Models in Astronomy / Brandon C. Kelly
 Commentary: "Measurement Error Models in Astronomy" by Brandon C. Kelly / David Ruppert
 Asteroseismology: Bayesian Analysis of SolarLike Oscillators / Othman Benomar
 Semiparametric Robust Event Detection for Massive TimeDomain Databases / Alexander W. Blocker and Pavlos Protopapas
 Bayesian Analysis of Reverberation Mapping Data / Brendon J. Brewer
 Bayesian Mixture Models for Poisson Astronomical Images / Fabrizia Guglielmetti, Rainer Fischer and Volker Dose
 Systematic Errors in HighEnergy Astrophysics / Vinay Kashyap
 Hierarchical Bayesian Models for Type Ia Supernova Inference / Kaisey S. Mandel
 Bayesian Flux Reconstruction in One and Two Bands / Eric R. Switzer, Thomas M. Crawford and Christian L. Reichardt
 Commentary: Bayesian Analysis Across Astronomy / Thomas J. Loredo.
 Part 3. Data Mining and Astroinformatics
 Sparse Astronomical Data Analysis / JeanLuc Starck
 Exploiting Nonlinear Structure in Astronomical Data for Improved Statistical Inference / Ann B. Lee and Peter E. Freeman
 Commentary: Exploiting Nonlinear Structure in Astronomical Data for Improved Statistical Inference / Didier FraixBurnet
 Surprise Detection in Multivariate Astronomical Data / Kirk D. Borne and Arun Vedachalam
 On Statistical CrossIdentification in Astronomy / Tamás Budavári
 Commentary: On Statistical CrossIdentification in Astronomy / Thomas J. Loredo
 Data Compression Methods in Astrophysics / Raul Jimenez
 Commentary: Data Compression Methods in Astrophysics / Ann B. Lee. Part 4. Image and Time Series Analysis
 Morphological Image Analysis and Sunspot Classification / David Stenning, Vinay Kashyap, Thomas C. M. Lee, David A. van Dyk and C. Alex Young
 Commentary: Morphological Image Analysis and Sunspot Classification / Ricardo Vilalta
 Learning About the Sky Through Simulations / Andrew Connolly, John Peterson, Garret Jernigan, D. Bard and the LSST Image Simulation Group
 Commentary: Learning About the Sky Through Simulations / Michael J. Way
 Statistical Analyses of Data Cubes / Erik Rosolowsky
 Astronomical Transient Detection Controlling the False Discovery Rate / Nicolle Clements, Sanat K. Sarkar and Wenge Guo
 Commentary: Astronomical Transient Detection Controlling the False Discovery Rate / Peter E. Freeman
 Slepian Wavelet Variances for Regularly and Irregularly Sampled Time Series / Debashis Mondal and Donald B. Percival
 Commentary: Slepian Wavelet Variances for Regularly and Irregularly Samples Time Series / Jeffrey D. Scargle.
 Part 5. The Future of Astrostatistics
 Astrostatistics in the International Arena / Joseph M. Hilbe
 The R Statistical Computing Environment / Luke Tierney
 Panel Discussion: The Future of Astrostatistics / G. Jogesh Babu. Part 6. Contributed Papers
 Bayesian Estimation of log N  log S / Paul D. Baines, Irina S. Udaltsova, Andreas Zezas and Vinay L. Kashyap
 Techniques for MassiveData Machine Learning in Astronomy / Nicholas M. Ball
 A Bayesian Approach to Gravitational Lens Model Selection / Irene Balmès
 Identification of Outliers Through Clustering and Semisupervised Learning for All Sky Surveys / Sharmodeep Bhattacharyya, Joseph W. Richards, John Rice, Dan L. Starr and Nathaniel R. Butler, et al.
 Estimation of Moments on the Sphere by Means of Fast Convolution / P. Bielewicz, B. D. Wandelt and A. J. Banday
 Variability Detection by ChangePoint Analysis / SeoWon Chang, YongIk Byun and Jaegyoon Hahm
 Evolution as a Confounding Parameter in Scaling Relations for Galaxies / Didier FraixBurnet
 Detecting Galaxy Mergers at High Redshift / P. E. Freeman, R. Izbicki, Ann B. Lee, C. Schafer and D. Slepčev, et al.
 Multicomponent Analysis of a Sample of Bright XRay Selected Active Galactic Nuclei / Dirk Grupe
 Applying the BackgroundSource Separation Algorithm to Chandra Deep Field South Data / F. Guglielmetti, H. Böhringer, R. Fischer, P. Rosati and P. Tozzi
 NonGaussian Physics of the Cosmological Genus Statistic / J. Berian James
 Modeling Undetectable Flares / Vinay Kashyap, Steve Saar, Jeremy Drake, Kathy Reeves and Jennifer PossonBrown, et al.
 An FStatistic Based Multidetector Veto for Detector Artifacts in Gravitational Wave Data / D. Keitel, R. Prix, M. A. Papa and M. Siddiqi
 Constrained Probability Distributions of Correlation Functions / D. Keitel and P. Schneider
 Improving Weak Lensing Reconstructions in 3D Using Sparsity / Adrienne Leonard, FrançoisXavier Dupé and JeanLuc Starck
 Bayesian Predictions from the Semianalytic Models of Galaxy Formation / Yu Lu, H. J. Mo, Martin D. Weinberg and Neal Katz
 Statistical Issues in Galaxy Cluster Cosmology / Adam Mantz, Steven W. Allen and David Rapetti
 Statistical Analyses to Understand the Relationship Between the Properties of Exoplanets and Their Host Stars / Elizabeth MartínezGómez
 Identifying Highz GammaRay Burst Candidates Using Random Forest Classification / Adam N. Morgan, James Long, Tamara Broderick, Joseph W. Richards and Joshua S. Bloom
 Fitting Distributions of Points Using [tau]2 / Tim Naylor
 Theoretical Power Spectrum Estimation from Cosmic Microwave Background Data / Paniez Paykari, JeanLuc Starck and M. Jalal Fadili
 Guilt by Association: Finding Cosmic Ray Sources Using Hierarchical Bayesian Clustering / Kunlaya Soiaporn, David Chernoff, Thomas Loredo, David Ruppert and Ira Wasserman
 Statistical Differences Between Swift GammaRay Burst Classes Based on [gamma] and Xray Observations / Dorottya Szécsi, Lajos G. Balázs, Zsolt Bagoly, István Horváth and Attila Mészáros, et al.
 A QuasiGaussian Approximation for the Probability Distribution of Correlation Functions / Philipp Wilking and Peter Schneider
 New Insights into Galaxy Structure from GALPHAT / Ilsang Yoon, Martin Weinberg and Neal Katz.
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10. KAM stability and celestial mechanics [2007]
 Celletti, A. (Alessandra)
 Providence, R.I. : American Mathematical Society, 2007.
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 Book — vii, 134 p. ; 25 cm.
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 Introduction Isoenergetic KAM theory The restricted, circular, planar threebody problem KAM stability of the SunJupiterVictoria problem Appendix A. The ellipse Appendix B. Diophantine estimates Appendix C. Interval arithmetic Appendix D. A guide to the computer programs Bibliography.
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Shelved by Series title NO.878  Unknown 
 New York : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, c2000.
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 Book — xxi, 646 p., [2] pages of plates : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 26 cm.
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 Contributors. Acknowledgements. Preface and Dedication. Part I: Glenn Seaborg and the Quest for Superheavy Elements. Ghiorso Remembers Seaborg A. Ghiorso. Superheavy Elements at Berkeley: The Culmination of Seaborg's Career K.E. Gregorich, V. Ninov. The Discovery of Superheavy Elements 107112 and of the Deformed Shell at N = 162 P. Armbruster. Part II: The Nuclear Reactions that Made our Elements. The Decay of 19N D.W. Anthony, et al. Measuring the Astrophysics Rate of the 21Na(p, )22Mg Reaction J.M. D'Auria for the Dragon Collaboration. Production and bDecay HalfLives of Very NRich Nuclei M. Bernas. The Role of the N =
 28 and N =
 40 Closed Shells in the Production of the NeutronRich CaTiCrFeNi Elements in the Universe O. Sorlin. Experimental Studies Related to sProcess Abundances K. Wisshak, et al. Neutron Capture Cross Section Measurements for the Analysis of the sProcess R.S. Rundberg, et al. About the Reliability of Extrapolation of Nuclear Structure Data for rProcess Calculations G. Lhersonneau, et al. The Astrophysical rProcess K.L. Kratz, et al. Nuclear Aspects of Stellar and Explosive Nucleosynthesis T. Rauscher, et al. Proton Captures in the Atmosphere of Accreting Neutron Stars H. Schatz, et al. Part III: A Cosmological View of Nucleosynthesis. The Origin of the Elements G. Burbidge. Chemical Evolution Tomorrow V. Trimble. LiBeB Nucleosynthesis and Clues to the Chemical Evolution of the Universe V.E. Viola. Measurement of the 44Ti Halflife and its Significance for Supernovae I. Ahmad, et al. On the HalfLife of 44Ti in Young Supernova Remnants E.B. Norman, E. Browne. Abundances in SN 1987A and other Supernovae R.A. Chevalier. The Birth of Planetary Systems Directly from Supernovae W.K. Brown. Bipolar Outflows in Stellar Astrophysics A. Frank. Part IV: Nuclides in the Sun. Miniblackhole at the Solar Centre and Isotopic Abundances in the Primitive Solar Nebula S. Ramadurai. Abundances of the Elements in the Sun N. Grevesse, A.J. Sauval. Isotopic Ratios: The Key to Elemental Abundances and Nuclear Reactions in the Sun O. Manuel. Critical Evaluation of CI Chondrites as the Solar System Standard of Elemental Abundances M. Ebihara, et al. Sensitivity of Solar Oscillation Frequencies to Element Abundances J.A. Guzik, C. Neuforge. Inverse and Forward Helioseismology: Understanding the Interior Composition and Structure of the Present Sun C.A. Rouse. Heterogeneous Accretion of the Sun and the Inner Planets G. Hwaung. Interstellar Matter, Sun, and the Solar System M.N. Vahia, D. Lal. Part V: Nuclides in the Sun's Planetary System. Isotope Anomalies in Tellurium in Interstellar Diamonds R. Maas, et al. Isotope Abundance Anomalies in Meteorites: Clues to Yields of Individual Nucleosynthesis Processes U. Ott. Variation of Molybdenum Isotopic Composition in Iron Meteorites Q. Lu, A. Masuda. Iron Meteorites and Paradigm Shifts E.C. Alexander, Jr. Chronology of Early Sonar System Events: Dating with Shortlived Nuclides J.N. Goswami. Xenology, FUN Anomalies and the Plutonium244 Story P.K. Kuroda, W.A. Myers. Extinct 244Pu: Chronology of Early Solar System Formation M.W. Rowe. A Search for Natural Pu244 in DeepSea Sediment: Progress Report K. Sakamoto, et al. Strange Xenon Isotope Ratios in Jupiter K. Windler. Abundances of Hydrogen and Helium Isotopes in Jupiter A. Nolte, C. Lietz. The Possible Role of PeP Weak Interactions in the Early History of the Earth T.E. Ward. CeNdSr Isotope Systematics of Eucrites and Lunar Rocks M. Tanimizu, T. Tanaka. Part VI: The Origin of the Solar System. Abundance of 182Hf and the Supernova Model of the Solar System S. Ramadurai. Binary Origin of Solar System M.N. Vahia. Origin of Elements in the Solar System O. Manuel. Author Index. Index.
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12. A brief history of time [1998]
 Hawking, Stephen, 19422018
 Updated and expanded tenth anniversary ed.  New York : Bantam Books, 1998.
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 Book — ix, 212 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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QB981 .H377 1998  Unknown 
 McCord, Christopher Keil.
 Providence, R.I. : American Mathematical Society, 1998.
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 Book — viii, 91 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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 Introduction The decomposition of the spaces The cohomology The analysis of ${\mathfrak K}(c, h)$for equal masses The analysis of ${\mathfrak K}(c, h)$ for general masses Bibliography.
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Shelved by Series title NO.628  Unknown 
14. The Chemistry of life's origins [1993]
 Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic, 1993.
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 Book — 423 p.
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 Interstellar dust evolution: a reservoir of prebiotic molecules, J.M. Greenberg, C.X. MendozaGomez. Laboratory simulations of grain icy mantles processing by cosmic rays, V. Pirronello. Physics and chemistry of protoplanetary accretion disks, W.J. Duschl. Chemistry of the solar nebula, B. Fegley, Jr. Early evolution of the atmosphere and ocean, J.F. Kasting. Origin and evolution of Martian atmosphere and climate and possible exobiological experiments, L.M. Mukhin. The possible pathways of the synthesis of precursors on the early earth, L.M. Mukhin, M.V. Gerasimov. Physical and chemical composition of comets  from interstellar space to the earth, J.M. Greenberg. Organic matter in meteorites  molecular and isotopic analyses of the Murchison meteorite, J.R. Cronin, S. Chang. Prebiotic synthesis in planetary environments, S. Chang. Prebiotic synthesis on minerals  RNA oligomer formation, J.P. Ferris. Biology and theory  RNA and the origin of life, A.W. Schwartz. Chirality and the origins of life, A. Brack. Early proteins, A. Brack. The beginnings of life on earth  evidence from the geological record, M. Schidlowski.
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QB450 .C546 1993  Unknown 
 Guillemin, Victor, 1937
 Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1988.
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 Book — v, 288 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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The subject matter of this work is an area of Lorentzian geometry which has not been heretofore much investigated: Do there exist Lorentzian manifolds all of whose lightlike geodesics are periodic? A surprising fact is that such manifolds exist in abundance in (2 + 1)dimensions (though in higher dimensions they are quite rare). This book is concerned with the deformation theory of M2,1 (which furnishes almost all the known examples of these objects). It also has a section describing conformal invariants of these objects, the most interesting being the determinant of a two dimensional "Floquet operator, " invented by Paneitz and Segal.
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Shelved by Series title NO.121  Unknown 
 Dordrecht ; Boston : D. Reidel Pub. Co. ; Hingham, MA : sold and distributed in the U.S.A. and Canada by Kluwer Academic Publishers, c1987.
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 Book — xv, 402 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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QB790 .P65 1986  Unknown 
 Leighton, Philip Albert, 1897
 Solvang, Calif. [s. n., 1978?]
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 Book — v, 314 p. : graphs ; 28 cm.
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18. Stable and random motions in dynamical systems: with special emphasis on celestial mechanics [1973]
 Moser, Jürgen, 1928
 Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1973.
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 Book — viii, 198 p. illus. 24 cm.
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Shelved by Series title NO.77  Unknown 
 Wintner, Aurel, 19031958
 Princeton, N. J., Princeton university press; London, H. Milford, Oxford university press, 1941.
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 Book — xii, 448 p. 24 cm.
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20. Abhandlungen von Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel [1875  1876]
 Bessel, F. W. (Friedrich Wilhelm), 17841846.
 Leipzig, W. Engelmann, 187576.
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 Book — 3 v. in 2 fronts. (ports., bd. 1, 3) plates, facsim., diagrs. 31 cm.
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 1. bd. I. Bewegungen der körper im sonnensystem. II. Sphàrische astronomie. 1875.2. bd. III. Theorie der instrumente. IV. Stellarastronomie. V. Mathematik. 1876.3. bd. VI. Geodaesie. VII. Physik. VIII. Verschiedenes. Literatur. 1876.
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