8 edition of Gamma-ray astronomy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 233-256) and index.
|Statement||Poolla V. Ramana Murthy, Arnold W. Wolfendale.|
|Series||Cambridge astrophysics series ;, 22|
|Contributions||Wolfendale, A. W.|
|LC Classifications||QB471 .R36 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 259 p. :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||92016465|
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Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy is written at the graduate or, perhaps, senior-undergraduate level. It is also a useful text for experimentalists, observers, and theorists. Because it is not heavily imbued with mathematical developments, the text is extremely digestable and accessible to an audience much broader than just high-energy Format: Hardcover.
The recent launch of NASA's Gamma-Ray Observatory is a sign of the increasing interest in the subject of gamma-ray astronomy. This book, which is a fully up-dated new edition of the authors' earlier volume published inwill prove invaluable in providing the background science to this important by: Gamma Ray Astronomy (Oxford Studies in Physics) First Edition Edition.
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About this book. Introduction. Observation of discrete energy electromagnetic emissions from celestial objects in the radio, IR, optical, lN, and X-ray spectral regions has dramatically advanced our know ledge in the field of astrophysics.
Gamma ray Astronomy Book Summary: The recent launch of NASA's Gamma-Ray Observatory will increase interest in gamma-ray astronomy. This is a fully up-dated new edition of the authors' earlier volume published in and covers both the background science and the current state-of.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hillier, Rodney. Gamma ray astronomy. Oxford [Oxfordshire]: Clarendon Press ; New York: Oxford University Press, Summary: This book provides an invaluable introduction to the field of gamma-ray astronomy.
In assessing the current state-of-the-art, the book also indicates the exciting basis from which new discoveries will be made. Title: Gamma-ray astronomy: Authors: Ramana Murthy, Poolla V.; Wolfendale, Arnold W. Publication: Cambridge Astrophysics Series, Cambridge: University Press, The recent launch of NASA's Gamma Ray Observatory will increase interest in gamma-ray astronomy.
This book, which is a fully updated and new edition of the author's earlier volume published in (see Abstr. ), will Gamma-ray astronomy book invaluable in Cited by: In gamma-ray astronomy the exciting and often controversial nature of the results underlines the importance of the forthcoming launch of SAS-B, the first orbiting y-ray observatory.
As Bruno Rossi reminds us (p. I), the Symposium occurred almost exactly ten years after the first detection of the X-ray star Sco : Springer Netherlands. Gamma-ray astronomy is the astronomical observation of gamma rays, the most energetic form of electromagnetic radiation, with photon energies above keV.
Radiation below keV is classified as X-rays and is the subject of X-ray astronomy. In most known cases, gamma rays from solar flares. Abstract This monograph reviews the major theoretical and experimental efforts made during the past 12 years in gamma-ray astronomy over the energy range from 10 keV to about MeV, where nuclear-transition lines are expected.
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In gamma-ray astronomy the exciting and often controversial nature of the results underlines the importance of the forthcoming launch of SAS-B, the first orbiting y-ray observatory. As Bruno Rossi reminds us (p. I), the Symposium occurred almost exactly. Summarizes the status of gamma-ray astronomy at energies between 30MeV and 50TeV.
This book presents an overview of the astrophysics of the bodies that generate high energy gamma rays. It is suitable for experimentalists and theoreticians in detecting gamma rays of the highest energies.
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Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy summarizes the status of gamma-ray astronomy at energies between 30MeV and 50TeV at a critical point in the development of the discipline: the hiatus between the demise of the EGRET telescope and the launch of the next generation of space telescopes.
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Find more information about: ISBN: Gamma-ray astronomy presents unique opportunities to explore these exotic objects. By exploring the universe at these high energies, scientists can search for new physics, testing theories and performing experiments which are not possible in earth-bound laboratories.
Andrew Levan is a professor of astronomy and astrophysics at The University of Warwick. He has spent most of his career focussing on the origins of gamma-ray bursts and their use as cosmic probes, utilising a wide range of ground- and space-based telescopes across the electromagnetic spectrum.
Figure Compton Detects Gamma-Ray Bursts. (a) Inthe Compton Gamma-Ray Observatory was deployed by the Space Shuttle Atlantis. Weighing more than 16 tons, it was one of the largest scientific payloads ever launched into space.
Astronomy lecture notes. This book covers the following topics: cosmological Observations, Cosmological Principle, Geometry, Linearized General Relativity, Dynamics: a(t), Flatness-Oldness, Distant Objects, General formula for angular sizes, Number Counts, Gamma Ray Bursts, Evolution of Diffuse Backgrounds, Effects from Electron Scattering, Big Bang Nucleosynthesis, Last Scattering.
The field of gamma-ray astronomy has experienced impressive progress over the last decade. Thanks to the advent of a new generation of imaging air Cherenkov telescopes (H.E.S.S., MAGIC, VERITAS) and thanks to the launch of the Fermi-LAT satellite, several thousand gamma-ray sources are known today, revealing an unexpected ubiquity of particle acceleration processes in the by: This monograph reviews the major theoretical and experimental efforts made during the past 12 years in gamma-ray astronomy over the energy range from 10 keV to about MeV, where nuclear-transition lines are expected.
Early attempts to detect celestial gamma rays are recounted, mechanisms of gamma-ray line and continuum production are examined, and formulas giving the various possible. Colleen Wilson-Hodge has 28 years of experience working in gamma-ray astronomy at NASA.
She is currently Principal Investigator of the Fermi Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM). Her early work focused on timing and spectral properties of accreting pulsars and X-ray transients with BATSE, Chandra, INTEGRAL, Suzaku, RXTE, and continues with Fermi. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Very High Energy Gamma Ray Astronomy, Durham, U.K., August"--Title page verso.
Numerous recent reviews of TeV gamma-ray astronomy have been written (e.g.,), but the field is rapidly evolving. For example, since the extensive review by Hinton and Hofmann , the number of sources has grown from around 80 to more thanand Cited by: Not Available adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86ACited by: Considered to be another 'classic' X-ray astronomy text book.
Includes discussion of X-ray and gamma-ray astronomy history and detectors (see Chapter 1) at a level intended for the undergraduate science major, or above. "X-Ray Astronomy", Giacconi, R. & Gursky, H.D.; Reidel Publishing Company. Known as a 'classic' X-ray astronomy text book.
The origin of the extragalactic gamma‐ray background (EGRB) is an important open issue in the gamma‐ray astronomy. There are many theories about the origin of EGRB: (1) some truly diffuse processes, such as dark matter (DM) annihilation or decay, which can produce gamma rays; (2) gamma rays produced by energetic particles accelerated through induced shock waves during structure Author: Houdun Zeng, Li Zhang.
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Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Gamma-ray astronomers are planning to build the CTA to measure very energetic gamma rays. Astronomers are building the LSST to observe with an unprecedented field of view and a new generation of visible-light/infrared telescopes with apertures of to 39 meters in diameter.Gamma-ray astronomy has also proved to be a powerful tool for cosmology imposing constraints to the background photon fields that can absorb the gamma-ray flux from dis tant sources.
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