Galactic and Extragalactic Radio Astronomy is a fundamental text for graduate students and professional astronomers and covers all aspects of radio astronomy beyond the solar system. Each chapter is written by a renowned expert in the field and contains a review of a particular area of radio astronomy and presents the latest observations and interpretations as well as an extensive view of the literature (as of 1988). Topics covered include: galactic continuum emission, HII regions, the diffuse interstellar medium, interstellar molecules, astronomical masers, neutral hydrogen, the galactic center, radio stars, supernova remnants, pulsars, extragalactic hydrogen, radio galaxies and quasars, the microwave background, and cosmological radio sources.J. 83:1026. Roberts, M.S., R.L. Brown, W.D. Brundage, A.H. Rots, M.P. Haynes, and A.M. Wolfe. 1976. Astron. J. 81:293. Rots, A.H., and W.W. Shane. 1975. Astron. Astrophys. 45:25. Rubin, V.C., D. Burstein, W.K. Ford, Jr., and N. Thonnard.
|Title||:||Galactic and Extragalactic Radio Astronomy|
|Author||:||Gerrit L. Verschuur, Kenneth Kellermann|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|