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288 x 213 mm. 4to. Pages 433-436. [Entire volume: [iv], 862,  pp.] 3 figs. Full brown buckram, spine lettered in white; rubbed, several leaves torn. Ex library rubber stamps (those on edges obscured). Good. FIRST EDITION. This paper is based on Edwin Salpeter's address on the occasion of his award of the sixth J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Prize for Salpeter's work in nuclear physics and relativistic astrophysics, which has "contributed to the understanding of nucleogenesis in the universe, and to the understanding of energy production in stars, as well as areas apart from stellar evolution." Edwin Salpeter received the Ph.D. from Birmingham University in 1948 and was a professor of physics at Cornell University. First Edition.
Title: Dying stars and reborn dust.
Categories: Solar Physics,
Publisher: In:, Reviews of Modern Physics, Vol. 46, No. 3, July, 1974.: 1974
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Keywords: Solar Physics