Compact objects provide unique cosmic laboratories for testing physics and astrophysics under extreme conditions.
Compact objects provide unique cosmic laboratories for testing physics and astrophysics under extreme conditions. They interact via all four of the fundamental forces of nature: electromagnetism, strong and weak nuclear forces, and gravitation. As a result, the book brings together topics from such diverse areas as solid state physics, nuclear and particle physics, relativity and hydrodynamics. In the text, the authors first analyze the physical properties of compact objects in their simplest states.
I am not going to talk about the subject of the book. If it has been around for those many years (in spite of the so many observational advances in the subject) is because the quality. After one month the pages are starting to falling apart.
Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read
Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Problems of space and time.
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This self-contained work is a rigorous, yet understandable, references on the latest theoretical and observational developments. Categories: Physics\Astronomy: Astrophysics.
The physical properties of the astronomical compact objects are explored on a theoretical and observational basis in a textbook designed for a one-semester evel astrophysics course. Overlapping topics from solid-state, nuclear, and particle physics, relativity theory, and hydrodynamics are considered.
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