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Satellites Orbits and Missions

This book treats the subject of satelliteorbits, showing how the wide range of availableorbitscan be put to use to satisfy the needs of fields as varied as communications, positioning, remote-sensing, meteorology, and astronomy.     

Author Name :Michel Capderou

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Moon takes a look at Earth's moon from a variety of perspectives-its physical structure, its meaning to humans, and the incredible journeys astronauts have made to its surface.     

Author Name :Jacqueline Mitton

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Eyewitness Mars

Eyewitness Mars explores the planet of Mars from its discovery by the ancients, through its representation in popular culture, and what astronomers thought of the planet before the Space Age     

Author Name :Stuart Murray

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Black Holes, Wormholes and Time Machines

This book is meant for all those peoplewhich is pretty much everyone I knowwho are curious about such exotic sounding concepts as black holes, space warps, the Big Bang, time travel and parallel universes. In writing the book I have asked myself whether complete non-experts can learn a little about some of the ideas of modern physics without feeling the urge to check that their IQ is up to the task before embarking. The subject matter of the book has been covered elsewhere at many different levels. At the very top is the advanced text or monograph for the practitioner in the field. This is the sorcerers spell book, decipherable only by the privileged few. Then comes the textbook aimed at the university physics student.     

Author Name :Jim Al-Khalili

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Substance: Its Nature and Existence

Substance: Its Nature and Existence is one of the first accessible introductions to the history and contemporary debates surrounding the idea of substance. An important and often complex issue, substance is at the heart of Western philosophy. Substances are distinguished from other kinds of entities such as properties, events, times, and places. This book investigates the very nature and existence of individual substances, including both living things and inanimate objects.     

Author Name :Joshua Hoffman and Gary S.Rosenkrantz

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Ted Twietmeyer, author of "What NASA isn't Telling you about Mars" joins us for a fascinating program. Ted is a former defense contractor who has spent over 25 years working with numerous government agencies including almost all of the NASA installations and he has analyzed over 15,000 of NASA's mars photos and he's found some amazing and startling things in these photos.     

Author Name :Ted Twietmeyer

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NASA Mooned America

This is Ralph Rene's explosive book NASA Mooned America (1994) which uses common sense physics and innovative thinking to prove that NASA never put a man on the moon and that the whole Apollo saga was just a Hollywood-like production done with the help of the CIA and other shadowy organizations.     

Author Name :Ralph Rene's

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Sky & Telescopes Pocket Sky Atlas

This 80-chart atlas contains more than 30,000 stars to magnitude 7.6 and approximately 1,500 deep-sky objects (including 675 galaxies to magnitude 11.5). Included are extra close-up charts of the Orion Nebula, Pleiades, Virgo Galaxy Cluster, and Large Magellanic Cloud. The best double stars are named, and three dozen red (carbon) stars are marked. The charts show constellation boundaries and stick figures to help you find your way. In the back are close-up charts of the Orion Nebula region, Pleiades, Virgo Galaxy Cluster, and Large Magellanic Cloud. Available in February 2006. 110 pages, 6 by 9 inches, spiral bound, softcover.     

Author Name :Roger W. Sinnott

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Hubble 15 Years of Discovery

Hubble is a book that formed part of the European Space Agency's 15th anniversary celebration activities for the 1990 launch of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Its main emphasis is on the exquisite Hubble images that have enabled astronomers to gain entirely new insights into the workings of a huge range of different astronomical objects. Hubble has provided the visual overview of the underlying astrophysical processes taking place in these objects, ranging from planets in our Solar System to galaxies in the young Universe. This book shows the close relationship between the results of great scientific value and of eye-catching beauty and artistic potential.     

Author Name :Lars Lindberg Christensen, Robert A. E. Fosbury

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The Feynman Lectures on Physics

This volume includes many exciting concepts of Physics, concentrating on the theory of quantum mechanics and presenting the central ideas in a comprehensible manner. Summary Of The Book The Feynman Lectures on Physics (Volume 3) is a comprehensive physics textbook by Richard P. Feynman, Robert B. Leighton, and Matthew Sands, based upon the lectures given by Feynman to undergraduate students at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) from 1961 to 1963, and also some lectures given to the sophomore class in May of 1964. This volume focuses primarily on quantum mechanics. The Feynman Lectures are considered to be one of the best and most sophisticated college level introductions to physics. The book contains 21 chapters in all. Some of these are Quantum Behavior, The Hamiltonian Matrix, Probability Amplitudes, Angular Momentum, Symmetry and The Conservation Laws, Semiconductors, Operators, and The Schrdinger Equation. A wide array of concepts have been discussed within these chapters, ranging from the relatively simpler ones like principles of quantum mechanics, crystal diffraction, the exclusion principle, and probability amplitudes, to the more complicated topics like superconductivity, the Meissner effect, measuring a nuclear spin, and quantum mechanics of angular momentum. The book is replete with experiments and diagrams to explain the concepts.     

Author Name :Robert B. Leighton

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One Two Three ... Infinity facts and speculations of science

Nuclear physicist George Gamow takes the reader on an expedition through the problems, pleasures and puzzles of modern science. Among the topics scrutinized are the macrocosm and the microcosm, theory of numbers, relativity of space and time, entropy, genes, atomic structure, nuclear fission, and the origin of the solar system. In the pages of this book readers grapple with such crucial matters as whether it is possible to bend space, why a rocket shrinks, the "end of the world problem," excursions in the fourth dimension and a host of other topics.     

Author Name :George Gamow

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Relativity the special and the general theory amazon

2010 Reprint of 1920 First English Edition. First English translation of Einstein's theory of relativity. In this work Einstein intended, as far as possible, to give an exact insight into the theory of Relativity to those readers who, from a general and scientific philosophical point of view, are interested in the theory, but who are not conversant with the mathematical apparatus of theoretical physics. The theory of relativity enriched physics and astronomy during the 20th century. When first published, relativity superseded a 200-year-old theory of mechanics elucidated by Isaac Newton. It changed perceptions. For example, it overturned the concept of motion from Newton's day, into all motion is relative. Time was no longer uniform and absolute, as related to everyday experience. Furthermore, no longer could physics be understood as space by itself, and time by itself. Instead, an added dimension had to be taken into account with curved space-time. Time now depended on velocity, and contraction became a fundamental consequence at appropriate speeds.     

Author Name :Albert Einstein

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This book determines the warp and woof of the whole of Western thinking, even at that place where it, as modern thinking, appears to think at odds with ancient thinking.     

Author Name :Aristotle

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The first aim of this course is therefore to bridge the gap between undergraduate courses in the physical sciences and the applications of the aquired knowledge to a given project, be it either a thesis work or an industrial project. We expect you to have some basic knowledge in the physical sciences, especially within mathematics and physics through e.g., sophomore courses in basic calculus, linear algebraand general physics. Furthermore, having taken an introductory course on programming is something we recommend.     

Author Name :M. Hjorth-Jensen

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Weapons of Mass Destruction Volume I: Chemical and Biological Weapons

The first accessible reference to cover the history, context, current issues, and key concepts surrounding biological, chemical, and nuclear weapons.     

Author Name :Eric A. Croddy and James J. Wirtz, Editors Jeffrey A. Larsen, Managing Editor

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Conceptual Physics

The author adopts a modern approach to understanding physics revolving around the concepts of symmetry and conservation laws. Specific topics include Conservation of Mass and Energy, Conservation of Momentum, Relativity, Electricity and Fields, The Ray Model of Light, and Waves.     

Author Name :Benjamin Crowell

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BoseEinstein Condensation in Dilute Gases

The study of BoseEinstein condensation in dilute gases draws on many different subfields of physics. Atomic physics provides the basic methods for creating and manipulating these systems, and the physical data required to characterize them. Because interactions between atoms play a key role in the behaviour of ultracold atomic clouds, concepts and methods from condensed matter physics are used extensively. Investigations of spatial and temporal correlations of particles provide links to quantum optics, where related studies have been made for photons. Trapped atomic clouds have some similarities to atomic nuclei, and insights from nuclear physics have been helpful in understanding their properties.     

Author Name :C. J. Pethick Nordita H. Smith

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Chaos: Classical and Quantum ,Part I: Deterministic Chaos

Rereading classic theoretical physics textbooks leaves a sense that there are holes large enough to steam a Eurostar train through them. Here we learn about harmonic oscillators and Keplerian ellipses .This chapter offers a quick survey of the main topics covered in the book. We start out by making promises - we will right wrongs, no longer shall you suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous Science of Perplexity.     

Author Name :Predrag Cvitanovi Roberto Artuso Ronnie Mainieri Gregor c Tanner G bor Vattay Niall Whel

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Learn the purpose of ley lines and ancient megalithic structures located on the grid. Discover how the grid made the Philadelphia Experiment possible. Explore Coral Castle and other mysteries including acoustic levitation, Tesla shields and Scalar wave weaponry.     

Author Name :David Hatcher Childress

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Conservation Laws

Conservation Laws. Physics textbook. Contains chapter 1 - Conservation of Energy, chapter 2 - Simplifying the Energy Zoo, chapter 3 - Work: The Transfer of Mechanical Energy, chapter 4 - Conservation of Momentum, chapter 5 - Conservation of Angular Momentum, Solutions to Selected Problems, and Glossary.     

Author Name :Benjamin Crowell

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Charged Particle Beams

Addresses the topics vital to understanding high-power accelerators and high-brightness charged particle beams. Presents a unified description of charged particle beams that is detailed enough for use as a text and comprehensive enough to stand as a reference. This treatment of particle beam physics prepares students to read the literature and to use accelerators effectively. Describes the basic ideas behind modern beam applications such as stochastic cooling, high-brightness injectors and the free electron laser. Designed to furnish students with the critical thinking skills necessary for the simplifications and problem-solving insights unique to collective physics problems. Serves as an independent reference or as the companion book to Principles of Charged Particle Acceleration to provide a programmed introduction to the field of particle acceleration.     

Author Name :Stanley Humphries, Jr.

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This book is meant for all those peoplewhich is pretty much everyone I knowwho are curious about such exotic sounding concepts as black holes, space warps, the Big Bang, time travel and parallel universes. In writing the book I have asked myself whether complete non-experts can learn a little about some of the ideas of modern physics without feeling the urge to check that their IQ is up to the task before embarking. The subject matter of the book has been covered elsewhere at many different levels. At the very top is the advanced text or monograph for the practitioner in the field. This is the sorcerers spell book, decipherable only by the privileged few. Then comes the textbook aimed at the university physics student. It too contains some spells, but nothing very powerful. Below that comes the top end of the popular science market. Such books are aimed at the non-scientist in that they contain little or no mathematics. However, they appeal only to those who are either (a) other scientists or (b) fans of such books already, who have invariably read similar books on the subject.     


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Basics of Radio Astronomy for the Goldstone-Apple Valley Radio Telescope

This module is the first in a sequence to prepare volunteers and teachers at the Science and Technology Center to operate the Goldstone-Apple Valley Radio Telescope (GAVRT). It covers the basic science concepts that will not only be used in operating the telescope, but that will make the experience meaningful and provide a foundation for interpreting results.     

Author Name :Diane Fisher Miller

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Astrophysics is Easy! An Introduction for the Amateur Astronomer

Astrophysics is a subject that is often - with some justification - regarded as extremely difficult, requiring at least degree-level mathematics as a prerequisite to its understanding. Consequently, many amateur astronomers just don't bother, and miss out on the fascinating fundamentals of the subject, and often on an understanding of exactly what they are observing. Mike Inglis' quantitative approach to astrophysics cuts through all the incomprehensible mathematics, and explains all aspects of astrophysics in simple terms.     

Author Name :Mike Inglis

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Energy of Matter

Energy and its relationship to matter started with big banga widely accepted theory in contemporary cosmology, which concerns the origin and evolution of the universe. According to this theory, an incredibly powerful explosion about 13.7 billion years ago started the present universe.Prior to this explosion, matter, energy, space, and time did not exist.All of these physical phenomena emerged from an unimaginably small, infinitely dense object that scientists call the initial singularity. Immediately after the big bang event, the intensely hot universe, which consisted of pure energy, began to expand and cool.As the universe cooled, matter began to form, initially as primeval quark-gluon plasma.Energy of Matter presents the most important intellectual achievements and technical developments that led people to use matter's energy content more efficiently. Supported by full-color illustrations and interesting sidebars, this new book describes the transformation of matter into energy and vice versa and how it continues in the present.     

Author Name :Joseph A. Angelo

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The Plane Wave Spectrum Representation of Electromagnetic Fields

This is a classic text reissued in the joint IEEE/OUP series, with a new Foreword and introduction. It explains and illustrates a powerful technique for use in electromagnetic wave theory. In this technique electromagnetic waves are represented by the superposition of plane waves travelling in diverse directions. There is no other self-contained account of this technique available.     

Author Name :P. C. Clemmow

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The Laws of Thermodynamics

The laws of thermodynamics drive everything that happens in the universe. From the sudden expansion of a cloud of gas to the cooling of hot metal--everything is moved or restrained by four simple laws. Written by Peter Atkins, one of the world's leading authorities on thermodynamics, this powerful and compact introduction explains what these four laws are and how they work, using accessible language and virtually no mathematics. Guiding the reader a step at a time, Atkins begins with Zeroth (so named because the first two laws were well established before scientists realized that a third law, relating to temperature, should precede them--hence the jocular name zeroth), and proceeds through the First, Second, and Third Laws, offering a clear account of concepts such as the availability of work and the conservation of energy. Atkins ranges from the fascinating theory of entropy (revealing how its unstoppable rise constitutes the engine of the universe), through the concept of free energy, and to the brink, and then beyond the brink, of absolute zero.     

Author Name :Peter Atkins

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Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics

The number one text in its field, Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics is respected by professors and students alike for its comprehensive topical coverage, its varied examples and homework problems, its application of the visual component of fluid mechanics, and its strong focus on learning. The authors have designed their presentation to allow for the gradual development of student confidence in problem solving. Each important concept is introduced in simple and easy-to-understand terms before more complicated examples are discussed.     

Author Name :Bruce R. Munson, Donald F. Young, Ted H. Okiishi, Wade W. Huebsch

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Theory of Light Hydrogenic Bound States

The book describes the modern theory of light hydrogen-like systems, and - the discussion is based on quantum electrodynamics. In particular, Green's functions, relativistic bound-state equations and Feynman diagrams are extensively used. New theoretical approaches are described and explained. The book contains derivation of many theoretical results obtained in recent years. A complete set of all theoretical results for the energy levels of hydrogen-like bound states, as well as comparison with experiment, is presented.     

Author Name :Michael I. Eides, Howard Grotch, Valery A. Shelyuto

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Thermal Properties and Temperature-Related Behavior of Rock/Fluid Systems

This book brings together for the first time the results of research on the thermal properties and temperature-related behavior of rocks with their contained fluids, under subsurface environmental conditions. These data are of increasing importance with increased application of underground processes involving high temperature and, in some cases, low temperature environments. Some of the important processes are described in which thermal data are needed. Chapters deal with thermal properties of rocks, including heat capacities, thermal conductivities and thermal diffusivities under conditions simulating subsurface environments. Discussion about the difficulty in measuring thermal properties of rock/fluid systems is included along with newly-developed models for predicting thermal properties from more-easily measured properties. The effects of thermal reactions in rocks, differential thermal expansion, and thermal alterations are discussed in separate chapters. The effects of temperature on rock properties, as distinct from the irreversible effects of heating, are reviewed. Lastly the book deals with wellbore applications of thermal and high-temperature behavior of rocks and methods of deducing thermal properties from geophysical logs run in boreholes. Appendices include thermal units conversion factors and thermal properties of some typical reservoir rocks and fluids.     

Author Name :W.H. Somerton

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