Cosmic Collisions – The Hubble Atlas of Merging Galaxies
In this book, we will give a brief and up-to-date introduction to the lives of galaxies — how they were born, evolve over time, and collide — using the best pictures taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. Many of these images are from a huge investigation of luminous infrared galaxies called the GOALS project (Great Observatory All-sky LIRG Survey, goals.ipac.caltech.edu). The Hubble observations were led by Aaron S. Evans from Stony Brook University (U.S.).
More information about the book is available on http://www.cosmiccollisions.org/.
- 142 pages
- Publisher: Springer
- More than 80 high-resolution photographs
- Similar in style to the popular Hubble — 15 years of discovery
- Aimed at laypeople
- Size: 251 mm (W) x 300 mm (H)
- In English
This book is not available for sale.Credit:
Written by Lars Lindberg Christensen, Raquel Yumi Shida and Davide De Martin.
About the Book
|Release date:||29 November 2010, 15:39|
|Dimensions:||25.2 cm (W) x 30.7 cm (H)|