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High Energy Astrophysics

An Introduction

Courvoisier, Thierry J.-L.

2013, XVI, 332 p.

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“The aim of this new book is to present the objects revealed by high-energy astrophysical observation, to discuss the physical conditions met by these objects, and to explain the physical processes at work under these conditions. … The text of the present work is intended for readers close to the end of a master’s course or early in a PhD programme in physics or astronomy, but it may also be useful for specialists in astrophysics and astronomy as reference book.” (Claudia-Veronika Meister, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1257, 2013)

 

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