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1. Astrophysics for young people in a hurry [2019]
 Tyson, Neil deGrasse, author.
 First edition.  New York, N.Y. : Norton Young Readers, an imprint of W.W. Norton & Company, [2019]
 Description
 Book — 176 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
 Summary

 Prologue
 The greatest story ever told
 How to communicate with aliens
 Let there be light
 Between the galaxies
 Dark matter
 Dark energy
 My favorite elements
 Why the world is round
 The invisible universe
 Around our solar neighborhood
 What Earth would look like to an alien
 Looking up, thinking big
 Glossary.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781324003281 20190318
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QB461 .T9725 2019  Unavailable In process Request 
 Hunger, Hermann, 1942 author.
 London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019.
 Description
 Book — vi, 245 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 Preface
 List of abbreviations
 Introduction
 Edition
 Table of sources
 Description of sources
 Concordance of museum numbers
 Concordance of previously published tablets
 Tablet I
 Table II
 Colophons
 Philological Notes
 Composite Text and Translation
 Commentary
 Plates
 Bibliography
 Indices
 Index of words and names
 Subject index.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781138050471 20190121
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QB19 .H8625 2019  Unknown 
3. The cosmic mystery tour [2019]
 Mee, Nicholas, author.
 First edition.  Oxford ; New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2019.
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 Book — 1 online resource.
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 Part 1: The Laws of The Cosmos1: The Path to Immortality2: The Rosetta Stone and Quantum Waves3: We're Having a Field Day!4: Cosmic Ripples5: Lovely LISA6: Animated Atom Boy7: Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star8: Forces of the World Unite!9: Most of the Universe is Missing!Part II: The History, Geography and Architecture of the Cosmos10: From Genesis to Revelation!11: The Battle for the Cosmos12: Alchemical Furnaces of the Cosmos13: Diamonds in the Sky14: From the Leviathan to the Behemoth15: The Crab and the Jellyfish16: The Ultimate Heavy Metal Space Rock17: Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster18: Cosmic Spacequakes19: Doctor Atomic and the Black Hole20: Supermassive Black HolesPart III: The Biology of the Cosmos21: The Gorgon's Head!22: Raise Your Glasses to the Skies!23: Life, But Not as We Know It!24: To Boldly Go...25: Somewhere Over the Rainbow26: Where is Everybody?
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780198831860 20190211
 Carpathian Summer School of Physics (28th : 2018 : Sinaia, Romania), author.
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing LLC, 2019.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file.
5. Exploring planetary climate : a history of scientific discovery on Earth, Mars, Venus, and Titan [2019]
 Lorenz, Ralph, 1969 author.
 Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2019.
 Description
 Book — xii, 320 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
 Summary

 Foreword by Ellen Stofan Preface
 1. The age of wonder: learning the Earth, oceans and sky
 2. Planets and greenhouses
 3. Age of calculation
 4. Feeling the heat
 5. First contact
 6. The ice returns
 7. Mars attracts
 8. A new millennium
 9. Dune worlds
 10. Looking ahead
 11. Worlds beyond
 12. Conclusions Glossary Further reading Bibliography Index.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781108471541 20190311
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 Belgiorno, Francesco, author.
 Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., [2019]
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource.
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 A short scrapbook on classical black holes
 The seminal paper
 Thermality of Hawking radiation: from HartleHawking to Israel and Unruh
 The tunneling approach
 The anomaly route to Hawking radiation
 The Euclidean section and Hawking temperature
 Rigorous aspects of Hawking radiation
 The roots of analogue gravity
 Hawking radiation in a nondispersive nonlinear Kerr dielectric
 Hawking radiation in a dispersive Kerr dielectric
 Hawking radiation in the lab.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9789814508537 20181015
 Cham : Springer, 2019.
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 Book — 1 online resource (825 p.).
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 1. Neutron stars formation and Core Collapse Supernovae
 P. Cerda'Duran (ES), TBD
 2. Strongly magnetized pulsars: explosive events and evolution
 Gourgouliatos (UK), P. Esposito (NL)
 3. Radio pulsars: testing gravity and detecting GWs
 D. Perrodin (IT), A. Sesana (UK) (TBC)
 4. Accreting pulsars: mixingup accretion phases in transitional systems
 Di Salvo (IT), S. Campana (IT)
 5. Testing the EOS with electromagnetic observations
 N. Degenaar (UK), Juri Poutanen (FI)
 6. Nuclear EOS for Compact Stars & Supernovae
 A. Fantina (FR), F. Burgio (I)
 7. Lowenergy QCD & Superdense matter
 D. Blaschke (PL), C. Pethick (DK)
 8. Superfluidity & Superconductivity in Compact Stars
 B. Haskell (PL), A. Sedrakian (D)
 9. Transport phenomena & reactions rates for Compact Stars & Supernovae
 P. Shternin (RU), A. Schmitt (UK)
 10. GW emission from merging BNSs
 T. Hinderer (D), L. Rezzolla (D)
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 11. EM emission and nucleosynthesis from BNSs
 A. Arcones (D) B. Giacomazzo (I)
 12. GW emission from single neutron stars
 L. Gualtieri (I), K. Glampedakis (ES)
 13. Universal relations and Alternative Gravity Theories
 D. Doneva (BG), G. Pappas (PT).
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9783319976150 20190311
8. The shape and size of the Earth : a historical journey from Homer to artificial satellites [2019]
 Boccaletti, D. (Dino), author.
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource.
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 1 The GraecoRoman World. 1.1 Homer and Hesiod. 1.2 The Ionic School. 1.3 Pythagoras and the Pythagorean School succeeding Schools, the Atomists, Plato. 1.4 Aristotle. 1.5 Pytheas' travel and the early Greek geography. 1.6 Eratosthenes' measurement of the Earth. 1.7 The GraecoRoman Civilization and the Decline of Science. 1.7.1 Strabo of Amasia (Pontus). 1.7.2 Ptolemy's Geography. 1.7.3 Pomponius Mela and the Roman's Cosmography.
 2 The Roman world from the end of the republic to the end of the empire. 2.1 The Caesar's Age. 2.2 From the August's age to Diocletian's age. 2.3 The Late Antiquity
 The Decline of the Roman Empire. 2.3.1 Lactance. 2.3.2 St. Ambrose. 2.3.3 St. Augustine. 2.3.4The last Latin Encyclopedists of the Roman Empire.
 3 The Middle Ages. 3.1 Boethius
 The end of the Latin world and the beginning of the Middle Ages. 3.2 The Christians Encyclopedists of the Early Middle Ages. 3.2.1 Isidore of Seville. 3.2.2 Bede the Venerable. 3.3 The early Scholastics. 3.4 The problem of the overcelestial waters in the Scholastics of the XII century. 3.4.1 Abelard. 3.4.2 The School of Chartres. 3.4.3 Alexander of Neckam. 3.5 On the shoulders of giants
 the XIII century and the Aristotelian cosmos. 3.5.1 Iohannes of Sacrobosco (or in English, John of Holywood). 3.5.2 Robert Grosseteste. 3.5.3 Bartholomew the Englishman (Bartholomaeus Anglicus). 3.5.4 Albertus Magnus and Roger Bacon. 3.5.5 Dante and the Questio de Aqua et Terra. 3.6 The XIV century and the new interpretations of the Aristotles's theory of the natural world. 3.6.1 Jean Buridan.
 4 From the age of the great transoceanic discoveries to the new measurements of the Earth .90. 4.5 The translation of Ptolemy's Geography and the books that Columbus annotated. 4.2 Jean Fernel and the new measure of the degree of the terrestrial meridian. 4.3 Nicholas Copernicus and Christoph Clavius. 4.4 Willebrord Snell and the first triangulation. 4.5 Jean Picard and the beginning of the French triangulations.
 5 The Figure and the size of the Earth in the XVIII Century. 5.1 The Observations of Richer at Cayenne and their consequences. 5.2 Newton's and Huygens' theories of the Earth' shape. 5.3 The Peru and Lapland Expeditions. 5.4 Clairaut's Figure de la Terre. 5.5 The Metre.
 6 From the French Revolution to the artificial Satellites
 Epilogue. The concept of Geoid. The mathematical Model. The satellitar Geodesy.
 International Symposium on Origin of Matter and Evolution of Galaxies (14th : 2017 : Daejeon, Korea), author.
 [Melville, New York] : AIP Publishing LLC, 2018.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file.PDF.
10. Accretion flows in astrophysics [2018]
 Cham : Springer, 2018.
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 Book — 1 online resource (XX, 419 pages) : 81 illustrations, 19 illustrations in color Digital: text file; PDF.
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 Preface. The Standard Model of Disc Accretion. The Properties of Spherical Geodesics in the Kerr Metric. Relativistic Standard Accretion Disc. Relativistic Twisted Accretion Disc. Structure of Accretion Discs in Lensed QSOs. Transient Dynamics of Perturbations in Astrophysical Discs. Quasispherical Subsonic Accretion onto Magnetized Neutron Stars. On the Properties of VelikhovChandrasekhar MRI in Ideal and Nonideal Plasmas.
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 $a Intro; Preface; References; Acknowledgements; Contents; 1 The Standard Model of Disc Accretion; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Disc Equations; 1.2.1 Important Note; 1.2.2 Continuity Equation; 1.2.3 Equations of Motion; 1.2.4 Energy Conservation Equation; 1.2.5 Energy Dissipation; 1.2.6 Energy Source in the Disc; 1.3 Viscosity in Accretion Discs; 1.3.1 The Reynolds Equations and the Reynolds Tensor; 1.3.1.1 Compressible Fluids; 1.3.2 The Closure Problem; 1.3.3 Coefficient of Turbulent Viscosity; 1.3.4 Mixing Length; 1.3.5 Turbulent Viscosity Parameter α; 1.4 Thin Discs
 $a 1.4.1 Equations of Radial Structure1.4.1.1 Mass Conservation Equation; 1.4.1.2 The rComponent of the Equation of Motion; 1.4.1.3 The φComponent of the Equation of Motion; 1.4.2 Solution for a Constant Accretion Rate; 1.4.3 Radial Velocity of Matter in the Disc; 1.4.4 Accretion Onto a Black Hole; 1.4.5 Energy Release in Geometrically Thin Discs; 1.4.6 Disc Radiation; 1.5 Stationary αDiscs; 1.5.1 Equations of Vertical Structure; 1.5.1.1 Equation of Hydrostatic Balance; 1.5.1.2 Energy Generation; 1.5.1.3 Radiative Transfer in the Disc; 1.5.1.4 Dependence of the Surface Density on z
 $a 1.5.2 Solution for the Vertical Structure1.5.2.1 Kramers Opacity; 1.5.2.2 Thomson Scattering; 1.5.3 Radial Dependence of Physical Parameters in Stationary αDiscs; 1.5.3.1 Zone B; 1.5.3.2 Zone C; 1.5.3.3 Thickness of the Disc; 1.5.3.4 ̀Dead' Discs; 1.6 Nonstationary Disc Accretion; 1.6.1 Basic Equation of Nonstationary Accretion; 1.6.2 Solutions to the Linear Equation of Viscous Evolution in the Disc; 1.6.3 Evolution of an Infinite Viscous Disc; 1.6.4 Solution for a Disc with a Fixed Outer Radius; 1.6.5 Solution to the Nonlinear Equation for the Evolution of a Viscous αDisc
 $a 1.6.5.1 The αDiscs1.6.6 Evolution of αDisc from a Ring of Matter; 1.6.6.1 ̀Tounge'Formation Stage; 1.6.6.2 QuasiStationary Stage with Increasing Accretion; 1.6.6.3 Accretion Decay Stage: Spreading of the Disc; 1.6.7 Solution for αDisc in a Binary System; 1.6.7.1 Radial Dependencies for a Nonstationary Disc in a Binary System; 1.7 Numerical Modelling of Nonstationary Disc Accretion; 1.7.1 Solution to the Equations of Viscous Evolution; 1.7.2 Solving the Equations of Vertical Structure; 1.7.2.1 Irradiation of the Accretion Disc
(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9783319930084 20181210
11. An approach to dark matter modelling [2018]
 Basak, Tanushree, author.
 San Rafael [California] (40 Oak Drive, San Rafael, CA, 94903, USA) : Morgan & Claypool Publishers, [2018] Bristol [England] (Temple Circus, Temple Way, Bristol BS1 6HG, UK) : IOP Publishing, [2018]
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (various pagings) : color illustrations.
 Summary

 1. Introduction
 1.1. Why dark matter?
 1.2. Evidence for dark matter
 2. Particle dark matter candidates : constraints from observations
 2.1. Dark matter particle candidates
 2.2. Dark matter searches
 2.3. Constraints on dark matter candidates
 3. WIMP dark matter model : the simplest extension of the Standard Model
 3.1. Why is WIMP a popular choice?
 3.2. Singlet scalar dark matter
 3.3. Singlet fermionic dark matter
 3.4. Inert doublet Higgs model
 3.5. Twocomponent dark matter model
 4. Generation of neutrino mass and dark matter : a unified scenario
 4.1. The seesaw mechanism and dark matter
 4.2. Gauged B ́¿ L extension of the Standard Model
 4.3. Scotogenic dark matter model
 5. Supersymmetric dark matter model : a popular choice
 5.1. The hierarchy problem in the Standard Model
 5.2. Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM)
 5.3. NexttoMinimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (NMSSM)
 5.4. Triplet extensions of the MSSM
 6. FIMP as dark matter
 6.1. Feebly interacting massive particle
 7. Conclusion and outlook.
12. The Ash Wednesday supper [2018]
 Bruno, Giordano, 15481600, author.
 Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, 2018.
 Description
 Book — lxiv, 302 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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 1. Introduction
 2. A Note on the Text
 3. Complete Italian Text: newly edited according to the socalled vulgate version
 4. Translation of the Dedication (+ notes)
 5. Translation of Dialogue
 1 (+ notes)
 6. Translation of Dialogue
 2 (+ notes)
 7. Translation of Dialogue
 3 (+ notes)
 8. Translation of Dialogue
 4 (+ notes)
 9. Translation of Dialogue
 5 (+ notes)
 10. Appendix: Alternative Italian text of folio D
 11. Appendix: Alternative English translation of folio D
 12. Bibliography of Cited Works.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781487501440 20180416
Giordano Bruno's The Ash Wednesday Supper is the first of six philosophical dialogues in Italian that he wrote and published in London between 1584 and 1585. It presents a revolutionary cosmology founded on the new Copernican astronomy that Bruno extends to infinite dimensions, filling it with an endless number of planetary systems. As well as opening up the traditional closed universe and reducing earth to a tiny speck in an overwhelmingly immense cosmos, Bruno offers a lively description of his clash of opinions with the conservative academics and theologians he argued with in Oxford and London. This volume, containing what has recently been claimed as the final version of Bruno's Ash Wednesday Supper, presents a new translation based on a newly edited text, with critical comment that takes account of the most current discussion of the textual, historical, cosmological and philosophical issues raised in this dialogue. It considers Bruno's work as a seminal text of the late European renaissance.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781487521400 20180416
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 Hernández Pérez, Azucena, author.
 Madrid : La Ergástula, 2018.
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 Book — 244 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
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 Saha, P. (Prasenjit), author.
 First edition.  Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018.
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 Book — 1 online resource.
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 Cover; The Astronomers' Magic Envelope: An Introduction to Astrophysics Emphasizing General Principles and Orders of Magnitude; Copyright; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents;
 1 Orbits; 1.1 The Apple and the Earth; 1.2 Some Simple Orbits; 1.3 The Gravitational Constant; 1.4 Kepler's Laws; 1.5 Kepler's Equation and Time Evolution of Bound Orbits; 1.6 Unbound Orbits and Gravitational Focusing; 1.7 Two Massive Bodies; 1.8 Two Bodies from Far Away; 1.9 More than Two Bodies; 1.10 The Virial Theorem; 1.11 Connecting to Observables;
 2 Celestial Mechanics; 2.1 The Restricted ThreeBody Problem
 2.2 Lagrange Points, Roche Lobes and Chaotic Systems2.3 Hamilton's Equations and Interesting Orbits;
 3 Schwarzschild's Spacetime; 3.1 Spacetime and Proper Time; 3.2 Metrics; 3.3 Schwarzschild Orbits, I: General Properties; 3.4 Schwarzschild Orbits, II: Circles; 3.5 Cartesian Variables; 3.6 Gravitational Lensing;
 4 Interlude: Quantum Ideal Gases; 4.1 Planckian Units; 4.2 PhaseSpace Distributions; 4.3 Quantum ManyParticle Distributions; 4.4 The Classical Ideal Gas; 4.5 A Photon Gas; 4.6 A Degenerate Fermi Gas;
 5 Gravity versus Pressure; 5.1 Spherical Hydrostatic Equilibrium
 5.2 Solid Objects: Rock and Ice5.3 The Clayton Model; 5.4 The Virial Theorem (Again); 5.5 FermiGas Remnants I: Virial Approximation; 5.6 FermiGas Remnants II: Numerics;
 6 Nuclear Fusion in Stars; 6.1 The Reactions; 6.2 Quantum Tunnelling and the WKB Approximation; 6.3 The Reaction Rate;
 7 The Main Sequence of Stars; 7.1 Opacity and Radiative Transfer; 7.2 Luminosity and Effective Temperature; 7.3 HighMass Stars; 7.4 Medium and LowMass Stars;
 8 The Expanding Universe; 8.1 On Measuring Distances; 8.2 The Cosmological Principle; 8.3 The Concordance Cosmology; 8.4 Distances and Lookback Times
 8.5 Curvature and its Consequences8.6 Standard Sirens; 8.7 Redshift Drift;
 9 The Cosmic Microwave Background; 9.1 Radiation Density and Matter Density; 9.2 Recombination; 9.3 CMB Fluctuations; Appendix A Rotations in Three Dimensions; Appendix B Hamiltonians; Appendix C Moving from Newtonian to Relativistic Frameworks; Appendix D Working with Planckian Units; References; Index
(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780198816461 20181022
15. Bayesian astrophysics [2018]
 Canary Islands Winter School of Astrophysics (26th : 2014 : La Laguna, Canary Islands)
 Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
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 Book — 1 online resource.
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 1. Bayesian inference and computation: a beginner's guide Brendon J. Brewer
 2. Inverse problems in astronomy JeanLuc Starck
 3. Bayesian inference in extrasolar planet searches Phil Gregory
 4. Bayesian cosmology Roberto Trotta
 5. An introduction to objective Bayesian statistics Jose M. Bernardo.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781316182406 20180730
 Hashimoto, Masaaki, author.
 Singapore : Springer, 2018.
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 Book — 1 online resource (ix, 84 pages) : illustrations (some color). Digital: text file; PDF.
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 1 Introduction
 1.1 Historical Review
 1.2 Motivation
 1.3 Nonstandard Approaches to BBN
 1.4 Structure of This Text
 References
 2 The Standard Model of Cosmology
 2.1 Theory of General Relativity
 2.2 The RobertsonWalker Metric
 2.3 The Friedmann Equation
 2.4 Astronuclear Reactions
 2.4.1 Thermonuclear reaction rates
 2.4.2 Nonresonant reactions
 2.4.3 Resonant reactions
 2.4.4 Inverse reactions
 2.4.5 Rates of electron capture and b decay
 2.4.6 Reaction rates and their uncertainties
 2.5 Standard Big Bang Nucleosynthesis
 2.5.1 Overview of SBBN
 2.5.2 Numerical calculations of SBBN
 2.5.3 Observed abundance of light elements
 2.5.4 Neutron lifetime
 2.6 Another Observational Success of the Standard Model
 References
 3 Theories Beyond The Standard Model
 3.1 Lepton Asymmetry
 3.1.1 Reaction rates between neutrons and protons
 3.1.2 BBN with degenerate neutrinos
 3.1.3 c2 analysis
 3.2 BBN under the Brane Cosmology
 3.2.1 Fivedimensional Einstein tensor
 3.2.2 Friedmannlike equation
 3.2.3 BBN on the brane
 3.3 Phenomenological Variable L Models
 References
 4 Modified BransDicke Theory
 4.1 Dynamics of BDL model
 4.2 Parameters in the BDL model
 4.3 Characteristics of a flat universe
 4.4 Constraints on the BDL Model
 4.4.1 Constraints from BBN
 4.4.2 Constraints from SNe Ia
 References
 5 Appendix A: Einstein Tensor
 6 Appendix B: Thermal History in an Early Universe
 7 Appendix C: Numerical Approach to Calculate Nucleosynthesis
 References
 8 Appendix D: Some Useful Numbers
 Index.
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 $a Intro; Preface; Contents; Acronyms; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Historical Review; 1.2 Motivation; 1.3 Nonstandard Approaches to BBN; 1.4 Structure of This Text; References; 2 The Standard Model of Cosmology; 2.1 Theory of General Relativity; 2.2 The RobertsonWalker Metric; 2.3 The Friedmann Equation; 2.4 Astronuclear Reactions; 2.4.1 Thermonuclear Reaction Rates; 2.4.2 Nonresonant Reactions; 2.4.3 Resonant Reactions; 2.4.4 Inverse Reactions; 2.4.5 Rates of Electron Capture and βDecay; 2.4.6 Reaction Rates and Their Uncertainties; 2.5 Standard Big Bang Nucleosynthesis; 2.5.1 Overview of SBBN
 $a 2.5.2 Numerical Calculations of SBBN2.5.3 Observed Abundance of Light Elements; 2.5.4 Neutron Lifetime; 2.6 Another Observational Success of the Standard Model; References; 3 Theories Beyond the Standard Model; 3.1 Lepton Asymmetry; 3.1.1 Reaction Rates Between Neutrons and Protons; 3.1.2 BBN with Degenerate Neutrinos; 3.1.3 χ2 Analysis; 3.2 BBN Under the Brane Cosmology; 3.2.1 FiveDimensional Einstein Tensor; 3.2.2 FriedmannLike Equation; 3.2.3 BBN on the Brane; 3.3 Phenomenological Variable Λ Models; References; 4 Modified BransDicke Theory; 4.1 Dynamics of BDΛ Model
 $a 4.2 Parameters in the BDΛ Model4.3 Characteristics of a Flat Universe; 4.4 Constraints on the BDΛ Model; 4.4.1 Constraints from BBN; 4.4.2 Constraints from SNe Ia; References; 5 Appendix A: Einstein Tensor; 6 Appendix B: Thermal History in an Early Universe; 7 Appendix C: Numerical Approach to Calculate Nucleosynthesis; References; 8 Appendix D: Some Useful Numbers; Index
(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9789811329340 20190114
 Lang, Kenneth R., author.
 London : World Scientific Publishing, [2018]
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 Book — 1 online resource.
 Percivaldi, E. (Elena), author.
 Milan, Italy : Whitestar Publishers, [2018]
 Description
 Book — 207 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 32 cm
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 Peter Bienewitz Apian: Astronomicum Caesareum (1540)
 Johann Bayer: Uranometria (1603)
 Julius Schiller: Coelum stellatum Christianum (1627)
 Andreas Cellarius: Harmonia macrocosmica (1660)
 Johannes Hevelius: Prodromus astronomiae (1690)
 John Flamsteed: Atlas coelestis (1729)
 Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr: Atlas coelestis (1742)
 Johann Elert Bode: Uranographia (1801)
 Alexander Jamieson: A celestial atlas, comprising a systematic display of the heavens (1822)
 Urania's mirror (1824)
 Elijah Hinsdale Burritt: Geography of the heavens (1833).
(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9788854413108 20190218
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QB28 .P46 2018 F  Unavailable In process Request 
 Marcacci, Flavia, 1976 author.
 Perugia : Aguaplano, [2018]
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 Book — 257 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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20. Il cielo in terra : storia delle linee meridiane e degli strumenti astronomici di Egnazio Danti [2018]
 Bartolini, Simone, author.
 Firenze : Edizioni Polistampa, [2018]
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 Book — 110 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
 Online