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Time, space, stars & man : the story of the Big bang / Michael M. Woolfson.

By: Woolfson, Michael Mark.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : Imperial College Press, 2008Description: XI, 422 str. : ilustr. djelomice u bojama, graf. prikazi ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781848162730 (pbk.); 1848162731 (pbk.); 9781848162723 (cased); 9781848162730.Other title: Time, space, stars and man.Subject(s): svemir | postanak svemira | postanak svemira | teorija velikog praska | Sunčev sustav - porijeklo | evolucija | pračovjek
Contents:
Ch. 1. Musing. - The universe. - Ch. 2. Christian Doppler and his effect. - Ch. 3. Measuring distances in the universe. - Ch. 4. Edwin Hubble's expanding universe. - Ch. 5. A weird and wonderful universe. - Matter and the universe. - Ch. 6. The nature of matter. - Ch. 7. The Big Bang hypothesis. - Ch. 8. How matter can clump together. - Ch. 9. The universe develops structure. - Stars, stellar clusters and galaxies. - Ch. 10. The first stars are born, live and die. - Ch. 11. The formation of globular clusters and galaxies. - Ch. 12. Making the sun - and similar stars. - Ch. 13. A crowded environment. - The solar system. - Ch. 14. Understanding the nature of the solar system. - Ch. 15. Introducing the planets. - Ch. 16. Satellites galore. - Ch. 17. "Vermin of the sky" and other small bodies. - Ch. 18. Planets galore. - Forming the solar system. - Ch. 19. Making planets. - Ch. 20. Shrinking orbits and the survival of planetary systems. - Ch. 21. Now satellites form. - Ch. 22. What can be learnt from meteorites?. - Ch. 23. A little-Bang theory and the terrestrial planets. - Ch. 24. The moon - its structure and history. - Ch. 25. The very small planets - Mars and Mercury. - Ch. 26. bits and pieces in the solar system. - Ch. 27. The dwarf planets and Triton. - Life on Earth. - Ch. 28. The Earth settles down -more-or-less. - Ch. 29. What is life?. - Ch. 30. The alphabets of life. - Ch. 31. Life begins on Earth. - Ch. 32. The survival of the fittest. - Ch. 33. The restless Earth. - Ch. 34. Oxygen, ozone and the evolution of life. - Ch. 35. Man and the Earth. - Ch. 36. Musing again
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Ch. 1. Musing. - The universe. - Ch. 2. Christian Doppler and his effect. - Ch. 3. Measuring distances in the universe. - Ch. 4. Edwin Hubble's expanding universe. - Ch. 5. A weird and wonderful universe. - Matter and the universe. - Ch. 6. The nature of matter. - Ch. 7. The Big Bang hypothesis. - Ch. 8. How matter can clump together. - Ch. 9. The universe develops structure. - Stars, stellar clusters and galaxies. - Ch. 10. The first stars are born, live and die. - Ch. 11. The formation of globular clusters and galaxies. - Ch. 12. Making the sun - and similar stars. - Ch. 13. A crowded environment. - The solar system. - Ch. 14. Understanding the nature of the solar system. - Ch. 15. Introducing the planets. - Ch. 16. Satellites galore. - Ch. 17. "Vermin of the sky" and other small bodies. - Ch. 18. Planets galore. - Forming the solar system. - Ch. 19. Making planets. - Ch. 20. Shrinking orbits and the survival of planetary systems. - Ch. 21. Now satellites form. - Ch. 22. What can be learnt from meteorites?. - Ch. 23. A little-Bang theory and the terrestrial planets. - Ch. 24. The moon - its structure and history. - Ch. 25. The very small planets - Mars and Mercury. - Ch. 26. bits and pieces in the solar system. - Ch. 27. The dwarf planets and Triton. - Life on Earth. - Ch. 28. The Earth settles down -more-or-less. - Ch. 29. What is life?. - Ch. 30. The alphabets of life. - Ch. 31. Life begins on Earth. - Ch. 32. The survival of the fittest. - Ch. 33. The restless Earth. - Ch. 34. Oxygen, ozone and the evolution of life. - Ch. 35. Man and the Earth. - Ch. 36. Musing again

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