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Cole G.H.A., Woolfson M.M. — Planetary science. The science of planets around stars
Cole G.H.A., Woolfson M.M. — Planetary science. The science of planets around stars

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Название: Planetary science. The science of planets around stars

Авторы: Cole G.H.A., Woolfson M.M.

Аннотация:

I admit it. I like comprehensive textbooks that cover a subject convincingly. If I had to teach a class in Planetary Science, Id probably pick the book by de Pater and Lissauer. Thats a really good comprehensive text. But this one is good too. And I certainly would enjoy teaching planetary science from either book. lt;br /gt; lt;br /gt;What this book does is cover descriptive planetary science in twelve chapters, covering about 190 pages. These chapters require very little prior knowledge of mathematics, physics, or astronomy. lt;br /gt; lt;br /gt;After that come 42 chapters on very specific topics. These take another 280 pages or so, and they require a little more knowledge of mathematics, physics and astronomy. They also teach some fundamentals of physics and astronomy that prospective planetary scientists need to know. Look at the table of contents to see the topics in this section. lt;br /gt; lt;br /gt;The benefits of this approach are twofold. First, the book can be used to teach a course at a rather elementary level, using mostly the first part of the text. Second, the book avoids the trap of glossing over a large number of topics without explaining any of them really well: the 42 well-chosen topics are presented wonderfully. lt;br /gt; lt;br /gt;The negative side of all this is that some topics are omitted. Id never think of writing a book like this one. But Im sure glad Cole and Woolfson did!


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

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Год издания: 2002

Количество страниц: 508

Добавлена в каталог: 18.12.2005

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Предметный указатель
Absolute magnitude      225
Absorption coefficient      382
Abundance of chemical elements      2
Accretion cross section      440—441
Accretional heating      411—415
Achondrites      148 151—153
Adams — Williamson method      331—332
Adams, John Couch      20
Adiabatic lapse rate      302—304
Adrastea      113
Advection      320
Akna Montes      34
Alba Patera      58
Albedo      37 380—382
Albite      192
Allochemical limestone      198
Aluminium      26 131 161 188
Amalthea      113
Amethyst      192
Anaximenes      265
Andalusite      199
Angular momentum, distribution in the Solar System      169—170
Angular momentum, transfer from star to disk      173
Angular momentum, transfer within disk      173 430—431
Anorthite      192
Anticyclone      306
Antineutrino      204
Aphelion      18
Aphrodite Terra      34
Apollo      126
Apollo missions      92 452—453
Apsis distance      459
Aragonite      193
Archaea      443
Argon-argon dating      213
Argument of perihelion      19
Ariel      118
Aristarchus of Samos      265
Arsia Mons      58
Ascending node      18
Ascending node, longitude of      19
Ascraeus Mons      58
Asteroids      124—131
Asteroids, melting      131
Asteroids, orbit determination      126
Asteroids, origin      181
Asthenosphere      44
Astrobiology      264 450
Ataxites      156
Aten asteroids      126
Atmosphere, Earth      52
Atmosphere, Jupiter      70—72
Atmosphere, lifetime      300—301
Atmosphere, Mars      65—66
Atmosphere, Neptune      81
Atmosphere, Saturn      75
Atmosphere, shield against radiation      447
Atmosphere, Uranus      78—79
Atmosphere, warming      456—458
Atomic mass      202
Atomic number      202
Aubrites      152
Aurora      371 375 376
Aurora australis      26 365
Aurora borealis      26 365
Autumnal equinox      18
bacteria      443
Barringer Crater      145
Bateman equations      205
Becquerel, Henri      202
Belts      68
Benz, W.      183
Beta, Regio      34
Bhattal, A.S.      11
Biermann, Ludwig      367 419
Bifurcated decay      206
Black hole      12 249 255
Bode, Johann      19
Bode’s law      19 124
Boffin, H.      176
Boltwood, B.B.      206
Bond albedo      69 380 381
Bow shock      371 377
Brahe, Tycho      18 268
Breccias      95 152
Brightness of planets      380—381
Bronzite      313—314
Brown dwarf      12 235
Brown, T.M.      259
Brownlee particles      165—166
Bruno, Giordano      275
Buckingham Pi theorem      321
bulk modulus      324—326
Calcite      193
Callisto      111
Caloris Basin      28 30
Cameron, A.G.W.      183
Candor Chasma      60—61
Capture theory      175—178
Capture theory, planet formation      176
Capture theory, satellite formation      176
Carbon isotopic anomaly      163
Carbonaceous chondrites      129 137 149 150
Carbonates      193
Cassen, P.      107
Cassini division      120
Cassini mission      375 454
Centre of figure      339
CERES      124
CF gases      456
Chandrasekhar limit      250 251—254
Chaotic terrain      60
Chapman, S.J.      11
Characteristic cooling time      323
Charbonneau, D.      259
Charon      83 120 185
Chiron      127
Chondrites      148
Chondrules      148 181
Chryse Planitia      60 62
Clay minerals      197
Clinopyroxene      193
Closure temperature      206 207
CNO cycle      241—242
CODAG shuttle experiment      174
Coesite      199
Cole, G.H.A.      307
Colette      34
Column mass      295
COM-COF offset      339
Comet Bradfield      137
Comet Giacobini — Zinner      139 454
Comet Halley      132—133 454
Comet Mkros      137
Comet Shoemaker — Levy      70 134
Comet Wirtanen      139
Comet, coma      135
Comet, hydrogen cloud      135
Comet, Jupiter family      133
Comet, nucleus      135
Comet, origin      181
Comet, short and long period      133
Comet, tails      135
Commensurabilities      21 112—113
Commensurate orbits, Jupiter-Saturn      288—290
Commensurate orbits, Saturn-Uranus      291
Commensurate orbits, Uranus-Neptune      290—291
Concordant diagram      211—212
Conic sections      277—278
Convection      320—321
Cooling processes      10
Copernicus, Nicolaus      18 268
Cordierite      199
Core      316
Coronal hole      368—369
Cosmic ray heating      10
Covalent bonds      313
Crab Nebula      249
Cremin, A.W.      11
Cross-section factor      239
Crushing strength      313
Crust      315
Crystal systems      191
Cumulates      196
Dana Montes      34
Darwin, George H.      181 393—394 395
de Broglie wavelength      238
Decametric radiation      375
Decimetric radiation      375
Deferent      267—268
Deflection in a hyperbolic orbit      459—461
Deimos      106—107 128
Dense cool clouds      6
Descending node      18
Deuterium      187 235
diamond      194 199
Diogenites      152
Diopside      193
Dipole potential      352
Discordant points      213
Disks around stars      172
Disney, M.J.      11
Diurnal magnetic field variation      364
Diurnal tides      88—89 385
DNA      443 445
Doldrums      304
Dolomite      193 198
Donn, B.      437
Doppler shift      13 257
Dormand, J.R.      97 176 179 184
Drake equation      448—449
Earliest life forms      443
Earth      38—54
Earth, atmosphere      293—306
Earth, core      52
Earth, Crust      51
Earth, estimation of radius      265—266
Earth, origin      179
Earth, winds      304—306
Earthquake, epicentre      329
Earthquake, focus      329
Earthquake, waves, reflection and refraction      329—330
Eccentricity      270
Eclipses      90—91
Ecliptic      18
Eddington accretion mechanism      437—438 440—441
Electron capture      204
Electron degeneracy pressure (energy)      243—245 252 308 311
Electrostatic energy      308
ellipse      17 270
Ellipsoid      22
Embedded clusters      175 464
Emissivity      382
Enceladus      115—117 128
Energy generation function      231
Enstatite      193
Enstatite chondrite      149 150
Epicycle      267—268
Epsomite      150
Equilibrium temperature of planets      381—382
Eratosthenes      265
EROS      127
Eucarya (eukaryotes)      443
Eucrites      152
Europa      109—110
Everhart, E.      139—140
Evolution of high-mass stars      248—250
Evolution of the Solar System      178—189
Exoplanets      12 256—264 449
Exoplanets, atmospheres      263
Exoplanets, constitution      263
Exoplanets, eccentricity distribution      262
Exoplanets, mass distribution      260—261
Exoplanets, semi-major axis distribution      262
Exosphere      297—301
Explorer spacecraft      365 373 379 452
Extra-terrestrial life      442
Extrusive rock      195
Fayalite      192
Feldspar      190 192
Fermi paradox      450
fermions      251
Fireball      166
First point of Aries      18 24
Fission track dating      214
Flattening      23 333
Foliation      200
Fosterite      192
Fourier’s law      318
Francis, N.      178
Free-fall collapse      7 222—224
Free-floating planets      175
Freeman, F.W.      433
Frozen magnetic fields      370
FU-Orionis      227
Full-body oscillations      327
Gabbro      195
Gagarin, Yuri      452
Galactic (open) cluster      8
Galactic (open) cluster, formation      10
Galilean satellites      107—113
Galileo spacecraft      70—71 454
Galileo, Galilei      273—275
Gamma      347
Gamow peak      239
Ganymede      110—111
Garnet      199
Gas pressure      231 243 432
Gaspra      128 454
Gauss      347
Gauss, Johann      126 351 356
Gegenschein      166
Geographical axis      345
Geological column      40—41
Geomagnetic poles      353
Geometrical moment of inertia      216
Giant molecular cloud (GMC)      419
Gilbert, William      347
Giotto spacecraft      137 139 454
Gneiss      200
Goethite      198
Gold      194
Goldreich, P.      174 436
Gondwanaland      41
Granite      190 195
graphite      194
Grashof number      322
Gravitational coefficients      23 452
Gravitational constant      18
Gravitational evasion      21
Gravitational instability      171 428—429
Gravitational moments      339
Gravitational potential      23 309
Great Dark Spot      80
Great Red Spot      69 71
Greenhouse effect      36—37 456
Greywacke      198
Hadley cells      304
Haematite      194
Hailey, Edmund      132 277 347
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