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Stellar Structure and Evolution

Kippenhahn, Rudolf, Weigert, Alfred, Weiss, Achim

2nd ed. 2012, XVIII, 606 p.

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From the reviews of the second edition:

“‘Stellar Structure and Evolution’ is a mathematical and theoretical look at stellar physics. … As a textbook I found this clear and concise, containing all the important topics … and as such is an essential learning material for students of astrophysics, but also a good reference-work to fall back upon if something needs to be reminded. Because of it’s structure and the way the concepts are presented it also makes for a good textbook for independent study … .” (Kadri Tinn, AstroMadness.com, March, 2014)

“There is an enormous amount of physics and astronomy in this second edition, more … than a typical first-year-graduate class, or instructor, can master in a semester. Some of the material cannot easily be found in other books … . Certainly, anyone planning to teach the subject should have the book … .” (Virginia Trimble, The Observatory, Vol. 133 (1233), April, 2013)

 

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