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Fri Mar 21 17:06:43 2014 UTCviaf-1532558450.73The deep universe /0.760.88The Deep universe : Saas-Fee Advanced Course 23, lecture notes 1993, Swiss Society for Astrophysics and Astronomy /153255845Saas-Fee Advanced Course 23 1993lccn-n87872943Kron, Richard G.lccn-n78017954Longair, Malcolm S.lccn-n85811731Binggeli, Brunoedtlccn-n81089296Sandage, Allanlccn-n50054473Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Astrophysik und Astronomieviaf-45023656Sandlage, Allan R.Saas Fee Advanced Course (23, 1993)Conference proceedingsCosmologySchweizerische Gesellschaft für Astrophysik und AstronomieCosmic background radiationStars--PopulationsGalaxies--EvolutionPhysicsQuantum theoryAstronomyPhysical geographyAstrophysics1995922523.1QB98071ocn643352034book19950.73Sandage, AllanThe deep universeConference proceedings+-+486430590821ocn612204263book19950.88Sandage, AllanThe Deep universe : Saas-Fee Advanced Course 23, lecture notes 1993, Swiss Society for Astrophysics and AstronomyConference proceedingsThis book provides a first-hand account of modern cosmology, written by three celebrated astronomers renowned for their excellence in both research and teaching. The central theme of the book, the deep Universe, is approached in three truly complementary ways: as a coherent and smooth theory embracing the evolution of the Universe from its original radiations emerging from the hot Big Bang to the present structures of matter; as a meandering, rough road paved by our observations of stars, galaxies, and clusters; and in terms of how these approaches have been gradually developed and intertwined in the historical process that led to the modern science of cosmology. The book is written for graduate students in astrophysics but is also of interest to professional astronomers and particle physicists+-+4864305908+-+4864305908+-+4864305908Fri Mar 21 16:04:33 EDT 2014batch3135