An Introduction to Observational Astrophysics

An Introduction to Observational Astrophysics

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Observational Astrophysics follows the general outline of an astrophysics undergraduate curriculum targeting practical observing information to what will be covered at the university level. This includes the basics of optics and coordinate systems to the technical details of CCD imaging, photometry, spectography and radio astronomy. General enough to be used by students at a variety of institutions and advanced enough to be far more useful than observing guides targeted at amateurs, the author provides a comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of observational astrophysics at undergraduate level to be used with a universitya€™s teaching telescope. The practical approach takes the reader from basic first year techniques to those required for a final year project. Using this textbook as a resource, students can easily become conversant in the practical aspects of astrophysics in the field as opposed to the classroom.... 16 forward gain, 173 Free Electrons, 10 Free-bound Emission, 10 Frequency, 8 Fringes, 77 Full Width Half Maximum ... 171 Johnson-Cousin, 15 Johnson- Morgan UVB, 15 Julian Calender, 35 Julian Date, 39 Jupiter, 181 K Kappa Sigma anbsp;...

Title:An Introduction to Observational Astrophysics
Author: Mark Gallaway
Publisher:Springer - 2015-12-11

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