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The Cooling of Neutron Stars By Ronny Kjelsberg
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Neutron stars are the densest objects known in our universe that have not collapsed in on themselves to form a singularity (a black hole). Like black holes they are formed when stars run out of... More > nuclear fuel and radiation pressure can no longer withstand the pull of gravitational forces. This book gives you an in-depth look at how the Direct Urca process is a central element in the cooling of neutron stars after their forming, however it also provides brief introductions to neutron star physics in general, the history of neutron star physics, and pulsars - the pulsating stars that form the observational basis for neutron stars. The book also introduces the different relevant models for an equations of state for neutron stars and a chapter on hyperon matter, before it finally goes on to describe the cooling processes of neutron stars, all with the necessary mathemathical framework for an in-depth analysis.< Less
Logonic Stars By Daniel Deleanu
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An incursion into the strange world of logonic stars based on the most recent discoveries of logosophistic astrophysics and astronomy.
Stars, Supernovae, and their Aftermath By Bryan Penprase
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This work provides a set of essays from the Pomona College "Advanced Introduction to Astronomy" class of Spring 2009, and covers the topic of the endpoints of stellar evolution -... More > supernovae, neutron stars, black holes, and other exotic phenomena. The essays are written by students, and provide a good overview of the subject.< Less
Stars, Supernovae, and their Aftermath By Bryan Penprase
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This work provides a set of essays from the Pomona College "Advanced Introduction to Astronomy" class of Spring 2009, and covers the topic of the endpoints of stellar evolution -... More > supernovae, neutron stars, black holes, and other exotic phenomena. The essays are written by students, and provide a good overview of the subject.< Less
Burster By Steven R. Schoner
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Description: In the year 2230 astrophysicist Brent Meyers makes a startling discovery; a distant object that poses a supreme threat to all life on Earth and the Solar System at large. It is the end... More > of the world as he knows it. This is a story of Mankind's quest for survival. It details the 23rd Century world, and those striving to conquer seemingly impossible odds. And in this quest, Professor Brent Meyers meets Chemois DeMiter, High Priestess of the Church of Divine Science; keepers of Mankind's salvation...< Less
A NEW COSMIC CONCEPT INVOLVING NATURE By PSJ (Peet) Schutte
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When reading this information you will learn how nature applies science and not how Newton thought science applies. I discovered 4 cosmic principles and apply this to the entire Universe and by... More > discarding Newton in favour of nature all aspects such as Black Holes, Neutron stars and Galaxies become as clear as daylight. For the first time in human history we can see why a star becomes a supernova and why only some stars destruct while others remain successful. Read this and see how nature works without Newton telling nature what it must be. Science knows about and knows the four phenomena but choose to ignore the phenomena because Newtonian science can’t explain the 4 phenomena. Read this to understand for the very first time how the cosmos works by the code of the 4 phenomena, but it diverts completely from how science see the cosmos work. The downloading of the extensive content takes a while but is worth the while to be one of the first humans ever to experience the Cosmic Code.< Less
Reinventing the Universe: A New Astronomy for the New Millennium By Jerrold Thacker
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This book looks at various assumptions which have been made by astronomers over the years and finds many wrong. We find that the Universe is probably not expanding, as most astronomers believe, and... More > there was not a Big Bang. We also find that many, or even most, of the star and galaxy images are mirages - optical illusions due to bending of light by gravity. We also find that quasars are nearby< Less
BURSTER By Steven R. Schoner
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In the year 2230 astrophysicist Brent Meyers makes a startling discovery. He finds a distant object 821 light years away that poses a supreme threat to all life on Earth and the Solar System at... More > large. It is the end of the world as he knows it. This is a story of Mankind's quest for survival. It details the 23rd Century world, and those striving to conquer seemingly impossible odds. And in this quest, Professor Brent Meyers meets Chemois DeMiter, High Priestess of the Church of Divine Science; keepers of Mankind's salvation...< Less
Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics: An intermediate level course By Richard Fitzpatrick
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A complete set of lecture notes for an upper-division thermodynamics and statistical mechanics course. Topics covered include elementary probability theory, classical thermodynamics, the... More > thermodynamics of the atmosphere, heat engines, specific heat capacities of gases and solids, the Maxwell velocity distribution, paramagnetism, black-body radiation and the Stephan-Bolzmann law, conduction electrons in metals, and degeneracy pressure in white-dwarfs and neutron stars.< Less
Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics: An intermediate level course By Richard Fitzpatrick
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A complete set of lecture notes for an upper-division thermodynamics and statistical mechanics course. Topics covered include elementary probability theory, classical thermodynamics, the... More > thermodynamics of the atmosphere, heat engines, specific heat capacities of gases and solids, the Maxwell velocity distribution, paramagnetism, black-body radiation and the Stephan-Bolzmann law, conduction electrons in metals, and degeneracy pressure in white-dwarfs and neutron stars.< Less