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Stars and Stellar Processes



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This textbook offers a modern approach to the physics of stars, assuming only undergraduate-level preparation in mathematics and physics, and minimal prior knowledge of astronomy. It starts with a concise review of introductory concepts in astronomy, before covering the nuclear processes and energy transport in stellar interiors, and stellar evolution from star formation to the common stellar endpoints as white dwarfs and neutron stars. In addition to the standard material, the author also discusses more contemporary topics that students will find engaging, such as neutrino oscillations and the MSW resonance, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts, advanced nucleosynthesis, neutron stars, black holes, cosmology, and gravitational waves. With hundreds of worked examples, explanatory boxes, and problems with solutions, this textbook provides a solid foundation for learning either in a classroom setting or through self-study.

Product code: 9781107197886

ISBN 9781107197886
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H253xW198xS28
No. Of Pages 572
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Introduces undergraduate and graduate students to the physics of stars, emphasizing the connection to modern topics such as neutrino oscillations, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts, black holes, and gravitational waves. With hundreds of examples and problems throughout, it is suitable for learning in a classroom setting or through self-study.