Hundert Milliarden Sonnen Geburt Leben und Tod der Sterne

10 thoughts on “Hundert Milliarden Sonnen Geburt Leben und Tod der Sterne

  1. says:

    We were all born in stars really so it only seems natural for us to want to know how stars themselves are born 100 Billion Suns is an good lay description of how that happens It does get a bit physics y at times but it is easily accessible to anyone who is willing to put a little effort into it He talks about how stars die but for a complete and recent discussion of that topic I recommend Kip Thorne's Black Holes and Time Warps

  2. says:

    Un libro sobre astrofísica estelar ue cuenta todo sobre la vida de las estrellas formación evolución y muerte dependiendo de su masa Nos hablan de uásares y púlsares del diagrama H R de todos os conceptos básicos Está muy bien explicado y es muy completo Muy bueno

  3. says:

    It was written 40 years ago yet it is compelling Written from the perspective of someone on the front lines of discovery this is a fun and educational read Many of the unknowns from the time of this book have been solved but damn it it was not a rip roaring good read The best explanation of H R diagrams I have come across I want a 2020 version of this book Stellar astrophysics is amazing

  4. says:

    See Jeff and James' reviewsWritten in 1983 A very good translation and sometimes funny clever of the birth life death of stars suns Not much on planets black holes only a few color photos; many charts A good intro to astronomy but dated Only 259pp

  5. says:

    After my perusal with Kip Thorne's Black Holes and Time Warps which dealt about the stellar graveyard and the fate of stars i picked this book to learn about what happens in the stellar nursery during ie the birth of stars in nebulae i would also recommend the book by Kip Thorne about Stellar death Black Holes and Time Warps to completely know about the birth and death of stars from the beginning till the end both the books can be understood with little effort

  6. says:

    Although somewhat dated this book is a good introduction the the stellar astronomy and evolution

  7. says:

    A monographic book on starsthe diferent classes of stars their diferent evolution and coresthe HR diagramde two diferent clases of novas and the formation of stars exaustive and easy reading

  8. says:

    a library book info a little out of date

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Hundert Milliarden Sonnen Geburt Leben und Tod der Sterne How are the nuclear power plants we call stars formed Where do they get their energy and how do they die and what does this suggest about the future of the universe One of the most popular books written on astrophysics 100 Billion Suns provides an exhilarating and authoritative life history of the stars Nature

  • Paperback
  • 280 pages
  • Hundert Milliarden Sonnen Geburt Leben und Tod der Sterne
  • Rudolf Kippenhahn
  • English
  • 17 November 2016
  • 9780691087818