Rigorous examination of relationship between loss of energy, mass, and radius of stars in a steady state. Unabridged, corrected republication of original (1939) edition. "The material is throughout presented with enviable crispness and clarity of expression. The work will undoubtedly become an indispensable handbook for future researchers in the field." — Nature....
|Title||:||An Introduction to the Study of Stellar Structure|
|Number of Pages||:||512 Pages|
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An Introduction to the Study of Stellar Structure Reviews
2009-01-23, GT Barnes & Noble. Eh, rather more opaque and obsolete than I like to see from current Dover publications (although this might have gone out of print, in which case, good). A frankly unpleasant read, with no new material for anyone who's read Principles of Stellar Evolution and Nucleosynthesis or other such classics of the field. God bless you, Professor Chandrasekhar, but not your book.
One of the most interesting physics books I have ever read
An introduction to the study of stellar structure by S. Chandrasekhar (1967)