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Publisher's Summary

This book describes how physics and chemistry are used in process of determining the nature of various astronomical objects. Celestial mechanics describes how physics is applied in order to determine the positions and motions of astronomical objects. Studies related to large scale structures of the universe are described in physical cosmology. However, they are not a part of astrophysics. In astrophysics it is discussed how chemistry and physics are applied to figure out the nature of certain astronomical objects. Astrophysics is a branch of astronomy. Various principles from physics and chemistry are described in astrophysics. These principles are useful in ascertaining the nature of heavenly bodies, instead of their positions or motion behavior.
©2016 Can Akdeniz (P)2016 Can Akdeniz
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1 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 07-06-18

Too Little, too hard

this book seem to be written by a person for whom English as a second language, and they have not grasp the grammar, or use of articles in English. It was narrated by a woman with a very thick accent, and these two elements made it difficult to understand.
Worse than that, it was a very brief and not detailed description of the field, without any new information.

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