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The new cosmos.

Albrecht Unsöld

The new cosmos.

by Albrecht Unsöld

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Published by Springer-Verlag in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Astronomy.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [345]-353.

    StatementTranslated by William H. McCrea.
    SeriesHeidelberg science library,, v. 5/6
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB43 .U513
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 373 p.
    Number of Pages373
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5601672M
    LC Control Number68008301

    This second edition of The New Cosmos, considerably revised and enlarged, tries to share this development with its readers. Let us mention a few key words: from mo on landings, planetary probes, aild continental drift through pulsars, X-ray and y-ray sources, interstellar molecules, quasars, and the structure and evolution of stars and stellar systems right up to cosmological models. This book is a delight to read, and it succeeds in making science lively and engaging. The book was first published in , as a tie-in to the TV documentary series Carl Sagan's Cosmos [DVD] []. Both book and series follow the same general structure - and both are concerned with illuminating the nature of the cosmos/5(K).

      “Cosmos,” the science-minded TV show pioneered by Carl Sagan, is returning to Fox and National Geographic for a new season in 'The New Cosmos by David Eicher is a wonderful read! This wonderfully written, accessible, authoritative new book spans the breadth of major topics in early twenty-first-century astronomy, engaging the reader in every chapter. I haven't seen a better book surveying modern astronomy in a decade.

    The new season of Cosmos, which premieres tonight, demonstrates the remarkable stickiness of a great —years before there was Cosmos the book and Cosmos the original television series. About this book. Introduction. This new edition of the classic textbook The New Cosmos presents a comprehensive introductory survey of the whole field of astronomy and astrophysics. Among the topics covered are: Classical astronomy and the Solar System - Instruments and observational methods.


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I haven't seen a better book surveying modern astronomy in a Cited by: 1. This new edition of the classic textbook The New Cosmos presents a comprehensive introductory survey of the whole field of astronomy and astrophysics.

Among the topics covered are: Classical astronomy and the Solar System - Instruments and observational methods - The Sun and the stars - The Milky Way and other galaxies - Cosmology/5(15). The New Cosmos book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

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Her book “Cosmos: Possible Worlds” was recently published as a companion to the series. Science can be used as a way for all citizens to be. ‘The New Cosmos by David Eicher is a wonderful read.

This wonderfully written, accessible, authoritative new book spans the breadth of major topics in early twenty-first-century astronomy, engaging the reader in every by: 1. The New Cosmos Answering Astronomy’s Big Questions Over the past decade, astronomers, planetary scientists, and cosmologists have answered – or are closing in on the answers to – some of the biggest questions about the universe.

David J. Eicher presents a spectacular exploration of the cosmos thatFile Size: KB. An exciting introduction to astronomy, the fourth edition of this book uses recent discoveries and stunning photography to inspire non-science majors about the Universe.

Written by two highly experienced and engaging instructors, each chapter has been fully updated, with more than new Brand: Cambridge University Press.

Druyan will also publish a companion book – "Cosmos: Possible Worlds" (Feb. 25,National Geographic) to both tie in with the current "Cosmos" series and to follow on from the bestselling.

The Fifth Edition of The Cosmos: Astronomy in the New Millennium provides you with the fundamentals of astronomical knowledge that have been built up over decades, with an expanded discussion of the incredible advances that are now taking place in this fast-paced field, such as New Horizons’ flyby of Pluto, exoplanets, “dark matter,” and the direct detection of gravitational waves by LIGO.

The New Cosmos would’ve benefitted from a more textbook-like approach by using inset text boxes to allow for highlighting important facts or including the digressions Eicher makes, or by underscoring the words that can be found in the glossary.

Also, it would have been useful to include a teacher’s guide of some sort with this book so it. National Geographic will bring viewers on a journey through time and space in the long-awaited “Cosmos: Possible Worlds,” which will debut March 9, Author: Tyler Hersko.

RETURNING TO TELEVISION AS AN ALL-NEW MINISERIES ON FOX Cosmos is one of the bestselling science books of all time. In clear-eyed prose, Sagan reveals a jewel-like blue world inhabited by a life form that is just beginning to discover its /5(60).

The success of the book also jumpstarted Sagan's literary career. The sequel to Cosmos is Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space ().

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Written by two highly experienced and engaging instructors, each chapter has been fully updated, with more than new images throughout, including recent images from space missions and the world's best observatories.

The New Cosmos. by A. Unsöld, William H. McCrea. Published by Springer. to the Second Edition The development of astronomy in the last ten years has been nothing short of explosive. This second edition of The New Cosmos, considerably revised and enlarged, tries to share this development with its readers.

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This book will be an eye-opener by enhancing your worldview regarding our true Cosmology and the things that are intentionally hidden from us today.

We will rebuild the Cosmos as described from all Biblical references describing the Creation of the Universe, and reveal a new understanding of how it all comes to an end.

And she has written the new book Cosmos: Possible Worlds, a companion to the current TV series. Druyan shares much of Sagan's vision, but she has a viewpoint and a voice that is distinctly here own. I was curious to hear her thoughts about the current state of science, about where our society is headed in the far future — and, of course, how.

Such a cosmos can be mapped in minute detail. Huntington’s book is a lucid study of the cosmograms that South Asian cosmographers, architects, ritualists, and artists produced over many centuries, with particular emphasis on the colorful visions of Mahayana Buddhists in the eastern Himalayas, including Tibet.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Unsöld, Albrecht, New cosmos.

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