Ultraviolet Optical Space Astronomy Beyond Hst

Author: Jon A. Morse
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Art Beyond West And Art Hst

Author: PH.D., Michael Kampen-O'Riley
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Hst And Beyond

Author: Alan Dressler
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Beyond The Saga Of Rocket Science

Author: Walter Sierra
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ISBN: 1499095252
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In Space to Stay, the third book in the spell–binding The Saga of Rocket Science series, gives a thorough exposé of the U.S. Apollo and Space Shuttle programs. You will be there as Gus Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffee perish and get incinerated inside their locked Apollo 1 capsule; when Jim Lovell, Jack Swigert, and Fred Haise didn’t know if they would make it back alive aboard a freezing lunar module on Apollo 13; as Neil and Buzz experienced the euphoria of being the first humans to land on the Moon, while Mike Collins in lunar orbit and an anxious world looked on. You’ll see the same panoramic vistas of the lunar landscape and the beautiful blue marble we call Earth as the astronauts saw. You are taken inside the Challenger Space Shuttle as it caught fire and disintegrated in flight. What seven brave astronauts felt like as they plunged to their deaths in a basically intact crew cockpit. You’ll understand exactly what failed and how it failed on both the Challenger and the ill–fated Columbia space shuttles, and why another seven astronauts aboard the Columbia felt no pain despite their grisly annihilation during reentry.

Beyond The Hst

Author: John Kinghorn
Editor: Melrose Book Company
ISBN: 9781907040658
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The Inter City 125 High Speed Train (HST) has been a major factor in the success of the British railway network since the 1970s, but it will need replacing soon. Unimpressed by current proposals for a new train design, author John Kinghorn describes a different solution which offers improved speed, comfort, flexibility and accessibility.

Observatories In Earth Orbit And Beyond

Author: Y. Kondo
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401134545
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When I became President of International Astronomical Union Commission 44 for the triennial period 1985-1988, several members of the Organizing Committee and I agreed that it would be a good idea for our Commission to host a conference on observatories in space in view of their increasingly important role in astronomi cal research. IAU Colloquium Number 123 "Observatories in Earth Orbit and Beyond" is the first colloquium sponsored by IAU Com mission 44 on Astronomy from Space, although Commission 44 has co-sponsored numerous colloquia and symposia in the past. The past two decades have seen a flourishing of astronomical observatories in space. Over a dozen orbiting observatories have opened up a new window on the universe, providing hitherto una vailable data in the electromagnetic spectral range from gamma-ray, X-ray, ultraviolet to infrared and radio. This has clearly demon strated the crucial nature of astronomical observations from space. The invited talks of present colloquium consist primarily of reviews of currently operating observatories in space, future observatories that have been approved by sponsoring government or space agencies, the launch systems of U.S.A., E.S.A., U.S.S.R. and Japan, discussions of various orbits and sites (such as the Moon), and alternate approaches in designing space observatories. Several panel discus sions addressed those issues as well as the major unsolved problems of astronomy. Contributed poster papers included descriptions of space observatories that are in planning stage.

Inclusive Radio Communications For 5g And Beyond

Author: Claude Oestges
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128205822
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Inclusive Radio Communication Networks for 5G and Beyond is based on the COST IRACON project that consists of 500 researchers from academia and industry, with 120 institutions from Europe, US and the Far East involved. The book presents state-of-the-art design and analysis methods for 5G (and beyond) radio communication networks, along with key challenges and issues related to the development of 5G networks. Covers the latest research on 5G networks – including propagation, localization, IoT and radio channels Based on the International COST research project, IRACON, with 120 institutions and 500 researchers from Europe, US and the Far East involved Provides coverage of IoT protocols, architectures and applications, along with IoT applications in healthcare Contains a concluding chapter on future trends in mobile communications and networking

The Hubble Deep Field

Author: Space Telescope Science Institute (U.S.). Symposium
Editor: Cambridge University Press
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Clusters Of Galaxies Beyond The Thermal View

Author: Jelle Kaastra
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
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The existence of soft excess emission originating from clusters of galaxies, de ned as em- sion detected below 1 keV in excess over the usual thermal emission from hot intracluster gas (hereafter the ICM) has been claimed since 1996. Soft excesses are particularly - portant to detect because they may (at least partly) be due to thermal emission from the Warm-Hot Intergalactic Medium, where as much as half of the baryons of the Universe could be. They are therefore of fundamental cosmological importance. Soft excess emission has been observed (and has also given rise to controversy) in a number of clusters, mainly raising the following questions: (1) Do clusters really show a soft excess? (2) If so, from what spatial region(s) of the cluster does the soft excess or- inate? (3) Is this excess emission thermal, originating from warm-hot intergalactic gas (at 6 temperatures of?10 K), or non-thermal, in which case several emission mechanisms have been proposed. Interestingly, some of the non-thermal mechanisms suggested to account for soft excess emission can also explain the hard X-ray emission detected in some clusters, for example by RXTE and BeppoSAX (also see Petrosian et al. 2008—Chap. 10, this issue; Rephaeli et al. 2008—Chap. 5, this issue).

Mankind Beyond Earth

Author: Claude Piantadosi
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231162421
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Seeking to reenergize Americans' passion for the space program, the value of further exploration of the Moon, and the importance of human beings on the final frontier, Claude A. Piantadosi presents a rich history of American space exploration and its major achievements. He emphasizes the importance of reclaiming national command of our manned program and continuing our unmanned space missions, and he stresses the many adventures that still await us in the unfolding universe. Acknowledging space exploration's practical and financial obstacles, Piantadosi challenges us to revitalize American leadership in space exploration in order to reap its scientific bounty. Piantadosi explains why space exploration, a captivating story of ambition, invention, and discovery, is also increasingly difficult and why space experts always seem to disagree. He argues that the future of the space program requires merging the practicalities of exploration with the constraints of human biology. Space science deals with the unknown, and the margin (and budget) for error is small. Lethal near-vacuum conditions, deadly cosmic radiation, microgravity, vast distances, and highly scattered resources remain immense physical problems. To forge ahead, America needs to develop affordable space transportation and flexible exploration strategies based in sound science. Piantadosi closes with suggestions for accomplishing these goals, combining his healthy skepticism as a scientist with an unshakable belief in space's untapped -- and wholly worthwhile -- potential.

Life Beyond Earth

Author: Timothy Ferris
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684849372
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A pictorial celebration of the search for life on other worlds is based on a PBS documentary and includes more than two hundred illustrations, including such images as Hubble Space Telescope photography and pulp science fiction cover art, complemented with observations by noted scientists. By the author of Galaxies. 35,000 first printing.

Physics Beyond The Standard Models Of Particles Cosmology And Astrophysics

Author: Hans Volker Klapdor-Kleingrothaus
Editor: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814340863
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This book contains the proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Physics Beyond the Standard Models of Particle Physics, Cosmology and Astrophysics. It presents a brilliant overview of the status and future potential and trends in experimental

Jaypee S Video Atlas Of Minimally Invasive Vitreoretinal Surgery Basics To Beyond

Author: Subhendu Kumar Boral
Editor: JP Medical Ltd
ISBN: 9350902001
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This new video atlas is a step by step guide to vitreoretinal surgery for ophthalmologists, with an emphasis on minimally invasive procedures. Beginning with an introduction to modern surgical techniques, procedures covered include retinal detachment, vitreous haemorrhage, post-cataract surgery disorders and ocular trauma. Key points Step by step video atlas guide to vitreoretinal surgery Emphasis on minimally invasive techniques Covers basics and different disorders and procedures encountered by ophthalmologists

Beyond The Blur

Author: Shriharsh P. Tendulkar
Editor: Universal-Publishers
ISBN: 1612334245
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Adaptive optics (AO) corrects distortions created by atmospheric turbulence and delivers diffraction-limited images on ground-based telescopes. The vastly improved spatial resolution and sensitivity has been utilized for studying everything from the magnetic fields of sunspots upto the internal dynamics of high-redshift galaxies. This thesis about AO science from small and large telescopes is divided into two parts: Robo-AO and magnetar kinematics. In the first part, I discuss the construction and performance of the world's first fully autonomous visible light AO system, Robo-AO, at the Palomar 60-inch telescope. Robo-AO operates extremely efficiently with an overhead

Vascular Dysfunction Beyond Pathological Pregnancies An International Effort Addressed To Fill The Gaps In Latin America

Author: Carlos Alonso Escudero
Editor: Frontiers Media SA
ISBN: 2889632016
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Pregnancy is a physiologically stressful condition that generates a series of functional adaptations in the cardiovascular system. The impact of pregnancy on this system persists from conception beyond birth. Recent evidence suggests that vascular changes associated with pregnancy complications, such as preeclampsia; gestational diabetes; growth restriction; autoimmune diseases; among others, affect the function of the maternal and offspring vascular systems, after delivery and may be extended until adult life. Since the vascular system contributes to systemic homeostasis, defective development or function of blood vessels predisposes both mother and infant to future risk for chronic disease. In Latin American countries, like other low (LIC) and middle-income countries (MIC) worldwide, the rate of morbi-mortality due to both pregnancy complications and cardiovascular diseases have a higher incidence than in high-income countries (HIC). But, investigation in LIC and MIC, in particular in Latin America, still fall short of what would be expected considering the magnitude of those diseases. Although there are obvious deficiencies in terms of economies and scientific infrastructure between HIC and MIC or LIC, Latin American strength in terms of scientific productivity in this filed could be underestimated due to language limitation and publication in journals not indexed in major citation databases, resulting in low impact publications. As a result, we could speculate that potentially unique features of vascular disease associated to pregnancies complications can be unnoted in the global scientific community. Then, we would like to encourage researchers in vascular biology, in which, many groups in Latin America have contributed to both better understand vascular dysfunction associated to pregnancy diseases and show the gaps in the literature, to overcome this hidden effect of our scientific production. This effort also will homogenize clinical concepts and knowledge that may strength the scientific effort in Latin America.

Beyond The Stars

Author: Paolo Saraceno
Editor: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814295531
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"The first part discusses the origins of everything, from the Big Bang to humankind. It follows the long course of evolution - from original matter to the formation of more complex structures, from the furthest galaxies to the nearest stars, from planets to organic molecules, from the first and most elementary forms of life through to the reptiles, the dinosaurs and the advent of man. The second part traces the history of the Earth and evaluates the risks of extinction in the future as predicted by scientists. Is the Earth the only habitable planet in the Universe? This question initiates the discussion on the importance of the Earth's position in the solar system and the significance of our geologically alive planet. The final part is dedicated to the search for extraterrestrial beings with identifiable life forms. It also describes attempts for searching, from the past to the near future." --Publisher's website.

To The Milky Way And Beyond Exploration Outside The Solar System

Author: Charlie Light
Editor: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP
ISBN: 1538258854
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The first artificial satellite launched on October 5, 1957, forever changing humanity's relationship with the mysterious galaxy we call home. Since then, we have ventured farther into the Milky Way, making incredible scientific discoveries. This fascinating, interdisciplinary volume takes readers through the history of space exploration and into the final frontier of human travel. They'll learn key scientific concepts about the universe, such as the different types of galaxies and how we measure space travel. Vivid photographs and graphic organizers provide captivating visuals. Fun fact boxes and informative sidebars provide smaller, understandable chunks of amazing data.

Irregularity In Morphology And Beyond

Author: Thomas Stolz
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3050059583
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Irregularity is a philological concept which is not adequately defined. The present volume aims to improve the understanding of irregularity within the domain of morphology, relating to inflectional, derivation, and compounding. Studies aim to discover the potential regularity behind irregularities, the fact or hypothesis that regular (sound) change produces irregularity (Sturtevant's Paradox), the nature of paradigms (esp. suppletion and overabundance), and the interplay of irregular morphology with syntax and pragmatics. Perspectives are synchronic and diachronic. A few studies approach irregularity from the psycholinguistic point of view (issues of memory and acquisition). Languages studied include Latin and its daughter languages French, Catalan and Italian, but also English, German, Greek, Russian, Turkish, Thompson Salish, and the Iroquoian languages. Theories discussed include Canonical Typology, Distributed Morphology, Whole Word Morphology, Minimalism, and the Procedural/Declarative Model.