Solution Manual for An Introduction to Modern Astrophysics 2nd Edition by Carroll
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|Table of Contents||Table of ContentsI. The Tools of Astronomy1. The Celestial Sphere2. Celestial Mechanics3. The Continuous Spectrum of Light4. The Theory of Special Relativity5. The Interaction of Light and Matter6. TelescopesII. The Nature of Stars7. Binary Systems and Stellar Parameters8. The Classification of Stellar Spectra9. Stellar Atmospheres10. The Interiors of Stars11. The Sun12. The Process of Star Formation13. Post-Main-Sequence Stellar Evolution14. Stellar Pulsation15. Supernovae16. The Degenerate Remnants of Stars17. Black Holes18. Close Binary Star SystemsIII. Planetary Systems19. Physical Processes in the Solar System20. The Terrestrial Planets21. The Jovian Worlds22. Minor Bodies of the Solar System23. The Formation of Planetary SystemsIV. Galaxies and the Universe24. The Milky Way Galaxy25. The Nature of Galaxies26. Galactic Evolution27. The Structure of the Universe28. Active Galaxies29. Cosmology30. The Early Universe|